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Archive for September, 2015

When life gives you a hundred reasons to cry, show life you have a thousand reasons to smile

Life is hard. Why make it more difficult by being ashamed to smile because of crooked teeth? Science has shown that simply the act of smiling can trigger the release of endorphins, serotonin and dopamine, the “feel good” neurotransmitters. That’s powerful. On the contrary, your negative thoughts about your own smile and appearance will depress your mood and suppress positive…

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A smile is happiness you’ll find right under your nose

When you are walking around feeling grumpy and making a frown, remember that a smile is happiness right under your nose. You wouldn’t think that smiling is healthy, but medical research reveals that it is. Each time you smile, endorphins are released that make you feel better mentally and physically. If you are too embarrassed to smile because your teeth…

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A Smile is the Most Beautiful Curve on a Woman

A Smile is the Most Beautiful Curve on a Woman

A smile is indeed the most beautiful curve on a woman’s body. It is the most notable and most powerful. A beautiful smile exudes confidence, can encourage others and holds an undeniable amount of strength. There is no need to hide behind an imperfect smile. It is never too late to improve your smile. There are multiple options for adult…

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Good things happen when you smile.

Feeling good about your smile is a great incentive for smiling more often. Smiling is a simple facial expression that brightens your face at least a few times a day. You may even smile without thinking about it when you have a happy thought or pass a heart-warming scene. Crooked or badly spaced teeth may make you feel self-conscious. Instead…

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