For those seeking to fill the void in their lives, credit cards prove an all too tempting means of buying a happiness.
If the only way to be happy is to be young and thin, why is it I see so many young and thin people at The Center who are anything but happy?
For the narcissist, it’s irrelevant that a focus on self-seeking behaviors causes social and relational damage. Reality is irrelevant; intent is everything.
The danger of working for a cause comes when you measure your happiness according to how much progress the cause is making.
When asked to share a memory that makes her happy, one mother responded with this touching tale of a Christmas miracle times two.
If you bundle your happiness too tightly around your children, bumps along the road may leave you feel frustrated, empty and anything but “happy.”
Careers promise a lot, and when they don’t deliver, the results can be anything but happy. Do you associate work with happiness? If so, how has it delivered and how has it fallen short?
What if you take all that time and spend all that money, only to learn the direction your education is taking you isn’t a direction you want to go after all?
Answer the questions I pose over the next 30 days, and I’ll send you a free copy of my book, Happy for the Rest of Your Life.