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Holidays are supposed to be a happy time, but many people feel sadness due to heightened expectations, family rifts and comparison with others.
Our cause of sadness is often related to the fact that we compare our lives with the lives o the people we follow and that seem to be having loads of fun on social media
Try to avoid social media during holidays and during mandatory social gatherings. Also, avoid gatherings that drain your energy.
Negative emotions can sap us from the inside. Create your happiness by observing and learning from your negativity by using self-awareness
Brighten your day by being generous, providing funds to the needy, holiday gifting to the poor, or doing some volunteer work.
While holidays are supposed to be the happiest time of the year, many people experience deep sadness, anxiety, and stress during this time.
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Staying in isolation and hibernating at home can make you sad.
Try to get out and meet people, as socializing can be a remedy to sadness.
While your mind may cook up excuses, it is a fact that any kind of exercise, even walking for a short while will make you feel better, and will increase your heart rate. It is even better with friends, at the gym, with music on.
Happiness is dependent on outside circumstances to align with your expectations so that the end result is your happiness. It’s based on internal and external circumstances, thus unstable, wi...
Happiness lies on transitory things, so simplify your life and possessions to get a clearer path to a better internal life. When stuff, people, and the problems they bring fall away, the resulting stillness allows you to find the self-sufficient joy that resides inside.
Joy comes when you make peace with who you are, where you are and why you are. When you need nothing but your truth to bring peace, then you have settled into unshakable abiding joy.