Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Throwback Tuesday - Putting on the Grace Face - Martin Wiles

Putting on the Grace Face

Supposedly it takes more muscles to frown than it does to smile. While the saying has been around for quite some time, the numbers used to prove the conclusion vary with each story. In spite of the discrepancies, the basic premise is certainly true: it’s more relaxing and pleasant to smile than frown. 

Yet life’s dilemmas, downturns, and tragedies make it difficult to keep a smile on my face continuously. A restless night of sleep, a berating by the boss, or a child not satisfied with my parenting methods can prevent a smile from appearing on my face. Nor do I want my smile to be manufactured as the ones plastered on model’s faces often are. When I smile, I want it to reflect that I have an honest reason to smile. Read more...

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