How to Become Happy Again
Are you facing troubles in your relationship? Aren’t you happy with your job? Aren’t you getting proper attention from your partner and everything around you is messed up and now you don`t know how to handle the situation?
If you want to become happy again, you have to decide that you want to change things around you and start over.
- Change Your Perspective Towards Life
If the kind of lifestyle you have been living by this time is not giving you the pleasure that you are looking for, then this is the time to change your perspective towards life. You have to change things around you.
- Now you have to choose what you have to do in life. You have no option to choose how you are going to die; you only have the option to choose how you are going to live your life.
- Instead of looking at negative things, start looking at the positive angle of the situation. Start finding a positive thing in everything around you and this will gradually change your attitude.
- When you have no option except to change your perspective, you have to push yourself to think positive. This attitude you have to adopt in your nature.
- Choose to live life happily and with freedom.
- Stop Giving Excuses to Yourself
This would be the main reason why most of us get fail in achieving our goals and introducing happiness in our life is we keep reciting ourself that I can’t wake up early in the morning, ‘I can’t work for 12 hours in a stretch, I can’t do this I can’t do that’. These are just the excuses when you will get rid of these excuses, you will start achieving your targets and goals. And once you start achieving something, happiness will again take a turn to your door.
- You have to understand what excuses you give to yourself. For e.g., if you are facing any issue in your relationship and you think that you can’t proactively talk to your partner and resolve issues, then this is an excuse.
- If you try, you can certainly do this. Similarly, if you don’t love your job and you give an excuse to yourself that you won’t find any other job, even if you start job hunting, then this is an excuse you are giving to yourself. You would certainly find a good job if you try.
- If you think your boss is not good and this is the reason you are not able to focus on your work, then this is again an excuse you are giving to yourself. You can change the situation and bring it in your favor if you try.
- Don’t Avoid Problems
If there is a fire in your room and instead of using the fire extinguisher you close your eyes and start pretending that there is no fire, then this will not work. The fire is there and it will take you in its lap soon after. Similarly, if you are facing any trouble in your relationship and instead of discussing the issue with your partner and trying to resolve it if you keep your eyes closed and try to avoid it, the issue will become a big problem very soon.
- Take the initiative and discuss things with your partner, what issue you are facing and try to resolve it as early as possible. It is easy to resolve the issue at an early stage, then finding the solution when the problem becomes bigger.
- If your partner is not taking the initiative, it is your responsibility to step forward and discuss things.
- You cannot find peace by moving to a peaceful place, therefore, instead of avoiding the situation face it and try to resolve the problem right there. You would have a peaceful time at your home itself and you will have a happy relationship as well.
- Learn from Your Past Experiences
A mature person is the one who learns from past experiences and does not repeat the mistake they have done before. Whatever incidences happened to us, they give us a lesson and we should learn something from them and prepare ourselves for the future.
- If you have lost something, you are facing trouble in your relationship that has been called off, if you have lost some of your family members, and then instead of dwelling in the grief, try to overcome the situation.
- Look at the positive side of this incident as to thank God for giving you this experience. For e.g., If you have ended up your relationship with your partner just a few days before, then instead of lingering around the sadness, forward your thanks to God that your family and it up a relation that was not working. You won’t be able to get into a new and beautiful relation until you will walk away from your past relationships.
- Your experiences are the best teacher and nothing can guide you better than that, so always look at the positive side of every incident happening in your life and instead of feeling sad about it learn something from the incident and prepare yourself for the future.
- Learn from your experiences and you will get lots of new learning and will develop the ability to deal with different challenges.
Keep a positive thought and you will never feel sad about anything.
How do I get my happiness back?
- Recognize if you ask depressing questions, you will get depressing answers!
- Know that feeling means you’re dealing means you’re healing.
- Turn off the tube.
- Step outside yourself.
- Get a ‘mental rental.
- Keep perspective.
- Change your mood with food.
- Let go.
How do you accept unhappiness?
What causes unhappiness?
How can I be miserable in my 20s?
How do you love a miserable person?
- Be present.
- Realize unhappiness can lead to positive change.
- Vent to friends.
- Set boundaries.
- Protect yourself.
- Don’t neglect your own happiness.
What is another word for miserable?
1 forlorn, disconsolate, doleful, distressed. 2 destitute. 3 despicable, mean, low, abject.
How do I stop being so miserable?
How do you speak miserable?
early 15c., “full of misery, causing wretchedness” (of conditions), from Old French miserable (14c.) and directly from Latin miserabilis “pitiable, miserable, deplorable, lamentable,” from miserari “to pity, lament, deplore,” from miser “wretched” (see miser).
How do you read fragile?
Is Unhappy a word?
What is miserably?
What is miserably happy?
feeling or showing unhappiness: “It’s no use – I can’t do it,” she said miserably. While the other kids played, we stared miserably out of the window. in a way that is very unpleasant and makes you unhappy: It’s been miserably wet (= raining a lot) all week.