We found six women who discovered their joy gene and learned to live happily ever after. Now they're sharing their stories.
Published in Best Health in March 2015
Many of us go to great lengths in search of joy, but the reality is, it lies close to home - usually deep within. So, are you ready to find your bliss? Relax, it's really not as intimidating as it sounds - nor does it involve years of expensive therapy.
In fact, the key to your happiness could be as simple as embracing who you are. As the late comedienne Lucille Ball once said: "Love yourself first and everything else falls into line."
Not comfortable putting yourself first? Then perhaps you'll find joy in giving back to society. According to Gandhi: "The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."
The bottom line is, there are many routes to happiness, you just need to find the right one. To start you on your journey, we found six women who discovered their joy gene and learned to live happily ever after. Now they're sharing their stories.