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Why are some people more happy than others? It looks like they’ve found what they love to do and have a consistent sense of peace and happiness. They see positive opportunities when most people see closed doors. They handle failures and setbacks with grace and confidently continue moving in their desired direction.Don’t worry if you think this doesn’t sound like you. The good news is, you can be one of those people. Those characteristics are largely learned. I know this from personal experience. I’ve seen people go through hardships and depression and yet turn their life around purely through their actions and attitude.
Being happy is possible, no matter how dark your days are. Contrary to popular belief, being happy really doesn’t have much to do with “positive thinking”. It’s about cultivating a realistic attitude that embraces life as it is.
Finding lasting happiness is a lot like physical fitness. You have to work your muscles daily if you want to see results over time. So, if you’re looking for a nudge to get the ball rolling, here are 7 habits of authentically happy people.
How content we feel depends on whether reality meets our expectations. If that gap is too wide, anxieties and resentment creep in
It’s not about whether you see the glass as half full or half empty, Gawdat argued: it’s about what you expected and how you respond. If a person who expects their glass always to be filled to the brim is handed a half-full one, disappointment will only be compounded by rage at the injustice of it all. This person can’t see the water they do have because of their fixation on the extra water they feel should by rights be there. But accept that life brings with it change and loss, and that not everything is within your control, and it should be possible to find something else to be grateful for instead.
“Look on the sunny side of life.”
“Turn your face toward the sun, and the shadows will fall behind you.”
“Every day may not be good, but there is something good in every day.”
“See the glass as half-full, not half-empty.”Researchers are finding that thoughts like these, the hallmarks of people sometimes called “cockeyed optimists,” can do far more than raise one’s spirits. They may actually improve health and extend life.
Actively cultivating positive emotions may boost the immune system and counter depression.
Humans are sensitive creatures. We crave acceptance, affection and most of all, love. We all thrive on these things and seek comfort in them.
But when our world is clouded by stress, negativity, and pain it’s hard to see the good in the world and in those people around us. We may find it difficult to not only find the love and affection we crave, but to accept it as well. Eventually all that stress can build up and not only cause us mental anguish, but physical harm as well.
Here are 4 mindful ways to get rid of the stress in your life and be happy:
1) Don’t Take Rude Comments to Heart.
2) Fill Your Life With Positivity.
3) Learn to Love Yourself.
4) Let Go of the Past.
What do you do when difficult emotions come your way? If you’re like most people, you probably try to avoid or even fight against these negative feelings. This seems like the most logical thing to do.However, many people overlook the idea of accepting emotions. Psychology has found that learning to accept and embrace difficult emotions is a far better strategy in the long run.
The problem is, it can be difficult to know how to go about this in the right way.
So today, we’re going to talk about 3 myths of acceptance and why these myths are thwarting you from practising acceptance properly.
Having a bad day? Feeling stuck? Today just isn’t your day? Marc and Angel share 4 questions you can ask yourself to change your attitude, and your day completely.
Happiness is in the mind, not in outside events and circumstances. Beautiful things happen when you distance yourself from negative thinking. There is an opportunity in every difficult situation to understand yourself more deeply, and also
People draw on memories for happiness. Collecting moments brings a more lasting and fulfilling happiness than collecting objects.
Because the thought is always parent to the deed. Ask Teddy Roosevelt.