Think Your Way To Happiness: Part 1

According to a new study released by Gallup, only 1 in 3 to 1 in Happy Brain4 American adults are emotionally healthy. The results indicated that adults over 60 are the happiest, with those ages 70-79 topping the charts at 36%. The unhappiest among the age groups were the 40-44 year-olds who are at 24%. . In comparison, this is in line with 25-50 year olds where the number was only between 1 and 2% higher.

Our society today is entrenched in desire, entitlement, pride, ego, and fear, and despite the increasing technology, ingenuity, medical advancements and wealth,  people are more and more unhappy today, from unhappiness with work and life, to unhappiness with the world and themselves.

That’s why I created the video below that addresses intrinsic, permanent steps to achieve happiness, rather than extrinsic, surface-level remedies which only deliver temporary results (such as listening to music, going shopping, exercising, social companionship, making money, etc.).

If you want to discover the things that you may be inadvertently doing that may be causing you to be unhappy, or not as happy as you could be, and learn 6 new coping strategies to become a happier person every day, then click on the link below to catapult yourself to the Feel Good Wall now!

If you got value from this video and found it helpful, I’d appreciate it if you Share it, click Like or leave me a Comment. Thank you!

I am in charge of how I feel, and today I am choosing happiness!

“For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Folks are usually about as happy as they make their minds up to be.” ~ Abraham Lincoln

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