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Nearly anyone can go to their doctor and get prescribed an antidepressant. These are useful for some people.
But they have significant downsides, including potentially severe withdrawal symptoms as well as major sexual side effects for many people.
So, before you go on an antidepressant – or if you want to get off them – it’s a good idea to take a look at the happiness factors that your doctor will RARELY tell you about.
For many people, happiness is about spending time with people we love. That means making deliberate choices about how we live our lives.
Before I get into that though, I’m going to start with the good news.
If you’re over 50, then you are likely to be happier now than at just about any other time in your life.
Older adults are happier.
One of the great myths in life is that we are happy when we are young but as we get older we are “crotchety old men and women.”
Thankfully, that’s not true at all.
“Older adults tend to report better well-being than younger adults.”
As we age, we have a reduction in incidences of depression, anxiety, and stress than younger people.
We’re also happier and more satisfied with our lives.
“People in their 20s and 30s reported having the highest levels of depression, anxiety, and stress, plus the lowest levels of happiness, satisfaction, and wellbeing. Older people, surprisingly, were the happiest.”
This is all great news. But there are some proven ways to amp up that happiness effect.
Because, surprisingly to many people, happiness is something that you can and should develop through a bit of planning and conscious effort.
Real connection is key to life satisfaction.
One of the biggest indicators of real happiness across age groups is the number of close friends that you have.
Close friends bring social satisfaction and boost well-being.
This is true if you are 20 or if you are 75… Friends are important to happiness for almost everyone.
“Only the reported number of close friends was associated with social satisfaction and well-being across the adult life span.”
And you don’t have to have a TON of friends to get this effect… You only need to have several GOOD friends whom you really enjoy.
Feeling good about your friends is an important component of happiness. So choose your friends wisely.
“Loneliness has less to do with the number of friends you have, and more to do with how you feel about your friends.”
Sometimes people make the mistake that spending a ton of time on social media (Facebook, Instagram, and others) is the key to feeling less lonely.
But this can be a trap.
Large social networks don’t mean more close friends.
It turns out that large social networks don’t influence the number of close friends you have.
These networks can be either offline or online, but in the modern world the online stuff tends to masquerade as real friendship – even if it isn’t.
“Researchers found older adults had smaller social networks than younger adults, but the number of close friends was unrelated to age.”
Close friendships don’t correlate at all to whether you have a ton of “friends” on Facebook or none at all.
And it’s the CLOSE friendships that make people happy.
Casual relationships don’t lead to more happiness.
That’s because casual relationships don’t bring additional happiness.
I’m not saying they are miserable or make you sad.
But if they replace close friendships they can make you very, very sad.
“The relationship between the number of close friends and well-being held, even after accounting for the number of family members, neighbors, and peripheral others, which was not additionally associated with well-being.”
The bottom line on friendships and loneliness…
If you want to be happy, it’s much better to cultivate close friendships than it is to build giant online social networks.
Have a dinner party and ditch Facebook for a while. You’ll be glad you did.
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