Our minds create many thoughts that can lead to our being unhappy. But, the key phrase here is, “our minds create.” The thoughts
When asked where I see myself in ten years, I will say point blankly I don't know; but, what I do know is that I want to be happy. I think a lot of young adults would say this. However, sometimes achieving happiness is harder than you may think.
Dr. Lori Stevic-Rust joins Dena to weigh in on how we perceive the process of aging.
"Laughter and peace of mind." - Liza Minnelli "A verdant landscape filled with beautiful animals of all kinds, harp music
Yes, we all need a roof over our head and food to eat. We all need love and some form of a relationship we can rely on. We all need the basics to sustain life, but YOUR happiness doesn't lie in attaining those basic needs. It lies in the details of who you are as a person.
In order to define what makes us happy we need to learn who we are, what our needs are, what we desire in life, what makes us grow, and what strengths and limitations we have.