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Smile Sunshine

Michelle Ekwall

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Remember that old saying, “It takes more muscles to frown than it does to smile?”

People should start remembering this and make an effort to smile at someone else at least once a day.

The facial expression and ways others look at a person can impact how someone feels tremendously.

A mean stare can happen unknowingly.  Even when in a hurry, this has stopped people in their tracks causing them to wonder what they did to deserve a mean look.

[media-credit id=1 align=”alignright” width=”224″]smile[/media-credit]People do not understand the impact a look can have on the outlook of a person’s day. Mean or cruel looks could cause a person to fret over insecurities about their outfit or even themselves and ruin the day for them.

It is with great hope that in today’s chaotic world that people would not be quick to pass judgment on a person that they have seen for three seconds. A simple smile means much more than a person knows.

Think about this next time you are out and pay attention to others facial expressions. Do your best to share a friendly smile because it helps to make the day a little less stressful.

 

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