Being happy is easier than you may think!

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Being happy can be a foreigner or being happy can be your friend.

If you’re like 99% of the population you’re probably looking for happiness in all the wrong places.

And when you do find happiness, it only hangs around momentarily.

What I’ve noticed since working as a Relationship Therapist and helping people develop their relationship with self so they can be happy is that most people search outside of themselves for Mr or Mrs Happy.

They think that car, that relationship or that business deal will make them happy.

And does it?

For all of five minutes, perhaps.

Then they return to this struggle cycle of needing to achieve things and get things in order to be happy.

Happiness remaining the stranger, never the travelling companion.

People let external events, people and things dictate whether they are happy or not.

Yet this isn’t going to help you find happiness.


Because you don’t need anything to be happy.

Simple as that.

Being happy is about tapping into your internal source of happiness.

It’s in here, not out there.

I promise you, it is.

Everyone has internal happiness at his or her disposal, it’s just that you may have disconnected from it.

That’s all.

Being happy is as simple as making the decision to be happy.

I know, I know, you’re probably saying: ‘No. It’s not that simple’.

Yes being happy is that simple.

When you make a commitment to yourself to be happy no matter what, you connect in with that part of yourself that knows that happiness is a state of being, not a thing you need to go out and find.

Happiness is inside.

And when you connect with yourself, really take the time to be with yourself, you’ll find the happiness you’ve been craving.

Allowing yourself to be happy, and deciding that you are deserving of happiness is where it starts.

For most people, being happy is something they are taught is of secondary importance to paying the bills and putting food on the table.

While those things are certainly important, being happy is what makes life worth living.

If you’re not happy, what’s the point?

Why put yourself through pain and conflict when you can choose to be happy?

Not convinced?

Then sign up for the FREE Self-Love Starter’s Kit at the top of the page, where I teach you what stops people from being happy.

Once you know the secret to being happy, then happiness becomes your way of life.

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