Here are our Sunday articles on how to not only cope with your heartache but also find happiness in your life.
Syd presents Helping Others Can Improve Our Brain, Make Us More Positive posted at Living Powerfully, saying, “Helping others and giving to others can be helpful for our self esteem, confidence, positive attitude and long term mental skills. Research proves the benefit of altruism to our own brain.”
Ion Diaconu presents Active Mindset vs Passive Mindset posted at Crystal Clear Sky .com, saying, “This post is about a change in mindset from accepting bad things that happen to seeing the bright side or trying to change things for the better.”
David B. Bohl presents
The Gratitude Project: Little Known Ways to Experience Gratitude posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, “The science of gratitude is certainly a viable process for finding happiness, fulfillment, and peace of mind.
But I often have to keep things much simpler than making an emotion into a science. So I continue to ask myself one question in order to maintain that simplicity: “What are we grateful for and when should we be grateful?””
Steve Nguyen presents
Using Trauma and Challenges as Positive Catalysts to a Happier Life posted at BeyondBehaviors.Com.
Ralph Jean-Paul presents Hunter,Scavenger or Prey:Which Life Are You Living posted at Potential 2 Success, saying, “Are you actively pursuing your goals or passively waiting around for them to come to you? Learn to how passionately achieve your goals with the skills of an efficient hunter”
Shirley presents Why Optimism is So Good For You. « Brighter Days for you and me! posted at Brighter Days for you and me!, saying, “Optimism is the belief that even if things look bleak, they will get better. Optimists aren’t the rosy-eyed fools some think. They are energetic, action-oriented people who use positive actions like exercise, meditation, and goal-setting to get ahead in life.”
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