Do you ever find yourself thinking, I want to feel happy more often? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Happiness, it turns out, is completely attainable.
To answer the question, “can I be happy,” we have to first lay down a foundational definition of happiness, and then answer an important question.
Ever wondered, why don’t I like myself? Don’t worry. You’re not the only one. The “real” reasons you don’t like yourself go deeper. They’re more fundamental. And they go way back.
If you’ve ever asked, “why can’t I control myself,” here’s your answer.
Why does this happen? Why do people perpetrate cruelty and violence on others or silently root for it as it goes on?
The way you learn to handle your feelings is, first, by learning all the tricks to “manage” them with mindfulness and will power. You can learn and practice those on your own all day, every day.
The reason therapy should involve your body is because you want results. In order to get results that last, you need to feel. In order to feel, you have to involve your body.
If you have ever found yourself wondering why you interact with people the way you do, I have some answers for you. Believe it or not, the pattern of your
You have the car(s), the house(s), the spouse and kids, the money, the vacations, the health, the friends, the social life. You name it, everything you thought you could ever want, you have it. You have succeeded in all the ways you wanted to succeed. And you are not happy.
Guiding Highly Motivated Individuals, Couples, and Groups to Peak Emotional Success
No matter what emotional success means to you – feeling happier more often, gaining greater peace of mind, having better relationships, saving your marriage, getting control of your emotions, overcoming an obstacle, or improving your self-confidence – you’ve come to the right place. Leah Benson will take you through her innovative, effective, and proven method to the results you’re looking for.