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  1. Its a nice article. After reading your article i stated thinking that yes Emotion is really “infectious disease “. Many people who talk about the joy of giving advice as simple as repeating positive affirmations, or to accept themselves, but those people had not noticed that peoples feelings are much more complex than this, and good luck to be reached only when combine all the pieces of the puzzle. Part of the puzzle of happiness is to avoid negative people, the rest of the puzzle and you will experience true happiness.

    1. Ruby, Thank you for giving your perspective. Emotions are more complex than we think, aren’t they? I’m not sure I would be able to avoid negative people, as I think we can all be negative sometimes. Some do seem to drown in it more than others. Being near hard stuff without catching it is my life’s work!

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