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  • it takes less muscles to have a happy face than a sad one
  • That's what others want to see, but if it's not genuine, you can tell. Everyone's allowed to be sad occasionally.
  • I put on a happy face. No one is interested in your problems or why you are sad, so why make them uncomfortable by showing your real feelings? Better to keep it to yourself and just put on the mask.
  • There is no need to put on a sad face. In the last two months I have had a stroke, lost most of my vision causing me to be unable to work so I lost my employment as a school bus driver forcing me into retirement. Why be sad, there is nothing I can do about it today so just as well be happy and go on with my life. No, I can't see very well and I cannot drive at night but I can still praise the Lord Jesus Christ and enjoy life.
    • Linda Joy
      Very admirable attitude! Especially after a stroke which usually causes bouts of depression. I'm praying for you and hopeful that what you lost through your stroke will be restored by God
  • probably put on a happy face
  • I put on a happy face... I keep it in a jar by the bed. I also have the body of a 24 year old. That, however, is in the deep freezer.
  • Its better to find out why you're sad and fix it. If you can't do that, think of happier times in the past and make plans to do something that will make you happier in the future. Choose to not think about the things that make you sad, and when those thoughts creep in - and they will - immediately think of happier things and don't allow the sad thoughts to stay. You can't help what thoughts pop into your mind, but you can choose which ones you allow to stay.
  • I,m prone to sadness, and cannot put on what I do not feel. Sometimes think I,m bipolar, but no one else sees it,, so. I guess I have a plethora of masks I choose from.. mask being the key word..
    • Linda Joy
      If you have bipolar disorder you don't have to suffer through it. There are medications that can help you. Please see a mental health professional.
  • to put on a happy face

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