Positive Vibes Only: 3 Ways to Feel Happier

Are you happy? It’s a question that can be hard to answer, and that’s completely normal. 

Your sense of happiness can change from day to day, and it’s easy to get caught up in the negative things that happen in life. But it’s important to remember that you can take steps to help yourself get into a happy and positive mindset.

Why? Because feeling good isn’t just a pleasant experience –  it’s also beneficial for your health and well-being. And you tend to be more successful and content when you experience happiness. 

Here are 3 simple strategies that can help you to cultivate more positive emotions in your everyday life. 

Do What Makes Your Soul Happy

We often forget to take time for ourselves and our own well-being. But, it’s important to remember that taking time to do what makes your soul happy is essential for your mental and physical well-being. 

Taking time for yourself doesn’t have to be a big event. 

It can be as simple as relaxing with a warm cup of tea, reading a good book, spending time in nature, or taking a bath. 

Practice the Attitude of Gratitude

Gratitude is the practice of being thankful for what we have rather than focusing on what we don’t have. It’s about recognizing the good in your life and appreciating it. 

It can help you experience more positive emotions, appreciate good experiences, improve your health, cope with difficult situations, and build strong relationships.  

Being grateful is one of the highest vibrational frequencies that you can be at. And gratitude can help you experience joy and contentment in the midst of the chaos.

Invest in Experiences and Relationships

Instead of buying more items, why not invest in hobbies, sports, cultural events, or travel? These experiences can bring you more lasting pleasure than material items.

You can also invest in quality time with others. Whether it’s with a partner, family member, or close friend, having people in your life who you can trust and rely on can make a huge difference in your self-esteem and overall happiness. It can provide a sense of protection from stress, depression, and anxiety. 

Nurturing new experiences and maintaining your relationships can help to bring you more joy.

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How To Survive a Family Members Suicide

Losing a friend or family member to suicide can be extremely painful. It can bring on guilt, shame, anger, depression or anxiety.

We all deal with loss in our own way, and there is no right or wrong way to grieve. Losing someone you love is never easy. However, losing someone you love to suicide can be a little more challenging.

It may take you some time, but you will get through the pain. Here are some tips that can help you cope with your loss. 

Find A Support System:

Losing someone you love is extremely painful. But you don’t need to experience the pain alone.

Opening up to a friend, family member or mental health professional can be very therapeutic. Talking about our feelings can help us better understand them and feel less alone.

You can also do some research and see if there any support groups in your area. Even though you may feel alone, you are not!

Be Patient:

Some days may be harder than others, and that’s okay. Be patient with yourself and allow yourself to feel. 

It’s Okay to Laugh And Cry:

You know what they say – laughter is the best medicine. Participating in fun activities with friends and family can act as a healthy distraction and help take your mind off the pain. 

Every day is a new day. And every day will get a little bit easier.

If you or someone you love are struggling with thoughts about harming themselves or others, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

You can also text the Crisis Text Line at: 741741

Text Line is free and available 24/7 to support those in crisis anywhere in the U.S.

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Does Your Busyness Make You Feel Productive or Burned Out

Does Your Busyness Make You Feel Productive or Burned Out?

“Creating change in the area of busyness can offer us improved physical health, greater peace and joy, and better, more connected, relationships. Having time for others and ourselves can offer us that sense of safety, value, and connection we were once looking for by being so busy.” Learn more about How the Glorification of Busyness Impacts Our Well-Being.

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Feeling overwhelmed

Feeling overwhelmed? Consider finding relief by letting go of the things in your life that are weighing you down.

It’s no secret that the spaces we live in–our homes, offices and vehicles–need regular maintenance and attention. It should come as no surprise, then, that the non-physical spaces we occupy–our minds, our obligations, our relationships–also need tending to. Learn more about the benefits of lightening up by reading on: Lighten Your Load

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