Being happy is a choice.
You can decide how your day will go every minute of the day. You can choose to be sad and depressed, or you can choose to get up out of bed and say, "today is going to be a great day!" It's common to wake up in the morning feeling unmotivated, but that doesn't mean anything. Your life isn't as bad as you think; you're in a warm bed. So get up, grab that coffee (or tea) and start your day by making choices that will make you happy!
It's important to remember that you can choose how you feel about anything at any time. So if you're feeling down, it's time to start making positive choices like "I'm going to be happy." Or even better, have something positive to say about someone else or compliment them.
There are many ways to choose happiness every day. For example, you can choose not to let other people's actions affect your mood or behaviour. You can choose things that make you happy instead of just doing what others want. You can focus on the positive instead of the negative. And you can be grateful for what you have instead of dwelling on what you don't have.
Getting angry and wasting energy doesn't do anything but make you unhappy. Anger is a negative emotion that doesn't solve anything and can lead to regret. Instead of getting angry, try to be patient with yourself and others. It's not about what happens in your life that makes you happy, but how you react to it.
Baby steps are a great way to get started on the road to happiness. Keep learning how to be happier every day. You can do it! It
Where do you start?
One way to start becoming happier is to focus on the things you are grateful for. So every day, take a few minutes to think about the things that make you happy or bring you joy. This could be your family, friends, pets, hobbies, or anything else that brings you happiness. By focusing on the positive aspects of your life, you can shift your perspective and start seeing the good in your life.
Another way to start becoming happier is to take care of yourself. This means ensuring you get enough sleep, eat well, exercise, and take time for yourself. When you are well-rested and nourished, you will have more energy and a better mood. Exercise, in particular, has been shown to positively affect mood and can help reduce stress and anxiety. Self-care melts into Self-Love.
Finally, try to surround yourself with positive, supportive people. Spend time with friends and family who lift you up and make you happy. Avoid negative people or situations that bring you down. By focusing on the positive and surrounding yourself with supportive people, you can become happier.
Mona M. Bee
Invisible Triumphs: A Journey Through the Mind
In the corners of the mind, there exists a vast expanse. A terrain of thoughts, emotions, memories, each carving its unique winding path, forming an intricate tapestry of human experience. These elements, woven together, constitute the essence of our being. Yet, there are threads darker than others, heavier, demanding attention, demanding to be felt.
Mental health, a subject often left unspoken, hides within this rich tapestry. A silent struggle, it mirrors the depth of human resilience. This journey is one of peaks and valleys, filled with battles unseen, wounds untended, and victories uncelebrated. It is an inward journey that may appear lonely but far from solitary.
To endure is to be human. To persevere is to defy the odds. Mental health is not a sign of weakness but a testament to strength. A struggle that reveals the raw power of endurance, the courage to continue, and the will to keep fighting. And in this struggle, there is an undeniable beauty.
When faced with darkness, resilience becomes our beacon, guiding us through the turbulent sea of fear, anxiety, depression. Each wave faced, and storm weathered contributes to shaping our existence, an ode to survival, a homage to never giving up.
Despite the hardships, we must remember that there is always a dawn following the darkest night, a calm after the most devastating storm. The world within our minds can be both our greatest enemy and our most powerful ally. The key lies in understanding, accepting, and nurturing it.
This narrative is for the brave, those who refuse to be defined by their struggles. It is a call to embrace the journey, recognize the power within, rise above, persist, and never give up.
Mona is a versatile writer with experience in both fiction and non-fiction. She deeply loves the written word and is always seeking new and exciting ways to explore the human experience through her writing.