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Do you also search for happiness in people? That person may be your boyfriend, husband, parents, friends or strangers. I think most of us do it.

A lot of times we become so much dependent on a single person of our life that our entire lives become vicious of what they do, what they don’t do, what they like and what they dislike and the result is when they leave you it leaves a footprint of sadness and depression.

So is it correct to look for happiness from that someone else? Is the dependency on someone to this extent correct?

Firstly, the definition of happiness varies from person to person; for a small kid getting their favourite kid is happiness, while for a school going student not getting homework is happiness. For an office going youth having a day off is happiness, however, if you are trying to chasing the happiness you are never going to get hold of it.

Also, when you are entirely dependent on a particular person for happiness it is certain that your happiness is not going to last for long. That happiness is basically like a bubble, it can burst at any moment. So it is important that even if you are searching happiness in people never be so dependent on anyone.

Thus instead of chasing happiness; it’s important to enjoy those little moments of life as happiness is there in little actions of life and when you do that you will automatically find the happy version of yourself.

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Author- Neha Wadhwa

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