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World Smile Day, a small gesture that gives well-being

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World Smile Day falls on the first Friday of October and wants to celebrate this gesture that brings well-being to those who give it and those who receive it

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Since 1999, the World Smile Day, wanted by the Word Smile Foundation, wants to celebrate the smile and all the positive and beneficial effects it has

World Smile Day of 2 October 2020

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There world smile day it falls on the first Friday of October and is celebrated all over the world. This year is a very sad year, the year of mourning for many families, the year of sacrifices and restrictions that take away the smile, the year of social distancing.

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In this 2020 the world smile day takes on a new meaning: the smile is there hope and it is the positivity, what helps us to face difficult times like the one we are experiencing.

Give a smile or receive it in a particular moment of one’s life it can change the way we face things, it can make us feel less alone or it can be a way to share emotions, to establish a relationship of trust or to transmit kindness.

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Smiling in everyday life would help you be more productive at work, relate better to others and be more positive in life in general. A laugh or a smile then have beneficial effects both emotionally and physically, they help relieve anxiety, stress, pain, insomnia, anger, but they would even bring benefits for asthma and heart functioning.

THE children in this they set a good example, theirs spontaneous smile even in the most difficult situations it is contagious and is capable of completely changing the mood and situation.

It is no coincidence that the icon of the Smile, the smiley face used as a logo for the foundation of the smile, was conceived and created by Harvey Ball in 1963 with the aim of spread the smile among the people. That iconic image is now always present in our lives, from cell phone emoticons to those of social media and it seems that it is recognized by man as an image of a face that smiles in all respects.

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So, at least on this day dedicated to smiles, let’s allow ourselves smiles and all the beneficial effects they bring, but let’s also learn to do it every day to improve our lives and that of the people around us.

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Dear unimamme, make a big smile for this world day!

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