Sometimes finding your way to happiness is less about the right answers than the right questions. Below are three questions that can guide you to living your happiest life:

1. What's Right In My Life? Finding ways to be appreciative of the good in your life, instead of focusing on what's wrong, is a major way to boost your happiness. As a matter of fact, if you write everyday about the five things for which you're grateful, at the end of three weeks you'll increase your good feelings by 25%. Give it a try.

2. How Can I Strengthen One Key Relationship? You're hardwired from birth to connect with others. That's why if you have just one person to talk with during hard times, you're 10 times less likely to get depressed. So talk with your mate more, call your sister or have weekly coffee with a friend.

3. How Can I Add More Physical Activity to My Life? Feelings live in your body, so the more you move, the better your mood will be. To get the biggest happiness boost, you only need 10 to 20 minutes of activity a day. You can dance in your living, walk around the block or walk your dog. What will you do?

Author's Bio: 

She’s been called the “Dr. Oz of Emotional Health” because Dr. Darlene Mininni combines practical advice with the latest research to show her audiences how to live happier, stronger lives.

Dr. Mininni is the author of The Emotional Toolkit (St. Martins Press), and former producer and radio host of The Dr. Darlene Mininni Show on KTLK in Los Angeles. She hosts the featured series My Emotional Toolkit on XM-Radio's Pink Channel and is a contributing voice for

Darlene has a PhD in Clinical Psychology and a Masters degree in Public Health. For fifteen years she was an educator at UCLA where she founded a self-help theater company and created the university’s award-winning "happiness class,” a course so popular applications jumped from 30 to 700 in 18 months.

Dr. Mininni has appeared on CNN, FOX, PBS, and NPR and been quoted in SELF, COSMO, Marie Claire, Woman's Day, Ladies Home Journal, WebMD and Prevention. Woman’s World calls her work, “cutting-edge advice that really works.” Dr. Mininni consults privately with individuals and groups looking to create both inner and outer success.

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