Guest Blog Post: “What is Happiness?” in Catherine Townsend-Lyon’s exact words

I wanted to Share and say a big “Thank You” to Daal for having me as her blog Guest today! A great topic she had asked me to write about and awesome comments… . Thanks Daal Xo Catherine 🙂

Happiness Between Tails by da-AL

Happiness is different for everyone. Blogger Catherine Townsend-Lyon tells how she defines it…

Author/Columnist Catherine Townsend-Lyon Author/Columnist Catherine Townsend-Lyon

A simple question?

What is Happiness?

What does it mean to you?

The meaning listed in the dictionary is – hap·pi·ness: noun, “the state of being happy.”  she struggled to find happiness in her life. “synonyms: pleasure,
contentment, satisfaction, cheerfulness, merriment, gaiety, joy, joyfulness, joviality, jollity, glee, delight, good spirits, lightheartedness, well-being, enjoyment  .  .  .

Cat's cat Miss Princess one of my three cat’s

Everyone’s “Happiness” comes from many places and things. I know my new blog friend Daal receives much happiness from her doggies, just as I get much happiness from my three Cat’s named Simon Peter, Miss Prissy Princess, and Mr. Boots. Having animals love and affection make many people happy. There are many things I do each day in my life that I draw much happiness, as it seems I have become a…

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4 thoughts on “Guest Blog Post: “What is Happiness?” in Catherine Townsend-Lyon’s exact words

    • AMEN Maria!!

      You are so right. Funny though, many people who are not have not been touched by or know much about addiction/recovery NEED to know??

      There are MANY fantastic recovery “artists” that share their creativity in many talented ways. Through books, poetry, paintings, music and more… CaT Xo

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      • Indeed! I’m an optimistic person and do believe that it’s a lie that one can’t recover from their vice. There is a great power inside each of us. We only must use it right.
        I guess ‘recovery’ people comprehend better what is to get out of the hell to the sun. While others only guess…


        • And you my dear are exactly right! I think most of our “Stigma” around those who are in recovery or suffer with mental health and many other important issues like this,
          seems to me comes from those who may not have experienced these topics, know someone who does, or some like a few ofmy own family members don’t bother or want to be informed or educated
          about them. I guess “ignorance is BLISS” … Go figure?


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