Feeling Unhappy or Unloved? Here’s How To Feel Love Every Day

You’re not alone. 110.6 million single adults (45%) may miss out on the Valentine’s holiday, but we can easily add more love to our days, whether in a romantic relationship or not.

Psychologist Barbara Fredrickson’s innovative definition of “making love” means choosing to create big and small pleasures through in-person connections every day. This means we “make love” when hugging our best friend, savoring a meal with friends, or smiling at someone’s baby. So, let’s make every day special by “making love” all day.

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Kendeyl Johansen

Kendeyl Johansen is a tech geek creating inspirational multimedia content to increase happiness and health for individuals and organizations.

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