People with happy dispositions may have periods of low moods, disappointments and problems, in the same way people who have unhappy dispositions may. The only difference is that happy people should adapt more easily, and their disappointments and low moods should be dealt with more swiftly.
Happy people have a relaxed and calm demeanour about them, regardless of what they deal with. They are more content in themselves and know to take the rough with the smooth. They’re ready for what comes their way.
They are aware of how they feel. They take things in their stride and accept the inevitable. They tend not to panic and know that as their low moods come, they will go. They are more accepting of their feelings and aren’t particularly fazed by what they deal with. They get on to put their world right.
But we need to be content and happy within ourselves. We can work at being happy. Our experiences are etched on our souls, so if our souls are tormented, we may never be happy.
We may work on change. Our beliefs and experiences shape our ability to stay focused and calm. Our experiences in turn shape our personality and our ability to deal with issues with some ease.
It is important not to fight our feelings and accept we have them. Feelings are there for a reason. It is important to acknowledge they are there and learn to go with the flow, because that helps us become calm and at ease.