Happiness in an emotional state characterised by feelings of joy, satisfaction, contentment and fulfillment. Some people are naturally happy but others facing the challenges of life, slip into a state of despondency or unhappiness. Questions on why they didn’t achieve what they wanted to achieve while other did often act as thorns.
No matter what our situation, our state of mind can improve by taking some action. Research shows that being grateful can have a positive effect as also pursuing a passion or a hobby. Staying connected brings the feeling of belonging, contributing to society. Feeling useful can go a long way in improving our state, and in nurturing friendships. Smiling and talking to people, having a good laugh, being with nature can be catalystic. Having a loving relationship with family and friends also contribute to lasting happiness. Suneeta is often seen by her friends as an example of joy and happiness and was nick named “Sunbeam”.
Everyone has setbacks in life, it is not the setback in itself but how you deal with it that impacts you. In her professional life, Suneeta also faced a few setbacks but she could manage the issues and retain her happy state of mind. She would help the client similarly in finding solutions, managing relations and issues and bouncing back to a happy state.