How to be Happy

When you are alone, do you feel good? Or, do you only feel good when someone tells you something good about you? Do you feel wanted? Or, do you only feel wanted when someone wants you?

What's my point? My point is that the #1 way to be truly happy is for you : to supply you : with self-love. A sustaining, ongoing flow of self-respect and self-worth. And, don't get this twisted. It's not that you don't want or need anyone. It's just that you know the truth.

The truth is that you are responsible for your own happiness. With -- or without -- someone (else). 

If you need anything, just email me. I'm always here to help.

2 Self's to Consider

This post was written for people who (always) help others before they (ever) help themselves. That can feel right — and sometimes it is. But, when you chronically focus your time and attention on others, you cut off love and respect for yourself.

Overtime, this will become a problem. Think about it. It takes self-love and self-respect to grow, to pursue one's dreams, to stand up for what's right. And, the best outcome of self-care, is that the very people you are trying to take care of, now respect you, because you respect yourself.

Simply put, self-care is about self-respect.

Take time for yourself when needed. Say no, when the answer needs to be no. Don't feel guilty for believing in yourself. Stay strong when someone pressures you to go against what you believe in.

In order for you to live your best life, you must believe that you are worthy of the very thing you give to everyone else. And, whether you like it or not, you're the only person that can do that for you.

If you need anything, just email me. I am always here to help. ⚅⚄