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Choose To Be Happy And Live A Normal Life

Health at times may seem overbearing and discouraging. You’re constantly hearing and reading tips on how to eat healthier, look better, and achieve greatness in your daily life. If you’re feeling overwhelmed and feeling down on yourself for not following all of the rules and suggestions, stop looking at everything as a discouragement. It’s time to look at health and happiness as something that’s positive and encouraging to you.

In regards to health, replacement addictions is just one way to help you choose happiness and live a life that’s both positive and healthy, all due to the way you choose to look at it. Life will bring trauma and you will get discouraged from time to time. Instead of being constantly discouraged, keep smiling. Also, take advice from friends and think of ways to become healthier. Join a gym, go to a church group to meet new friends, or get a pet. There are many other ways to choose happiness and live a healthy lifestyle, such as what is listed below: Be Resilient – Happy and healthy people don’t let people or events get them down.

Sure, it’s normal to be upset about major life happenings, but don’t let it get you down for long because it could effect you, both physically and mentally. Look to the future and be upbeat and good things are sure to come your way. Take a day to mourn the loss or get over the hurt and then it’s time to dust off the disappointment and try again. Realize Sadness Won’t Last – If you’re still feeling sad about a recent event or are feeling discouraged about your recent weight gain, for example, realize that there’s something you can do about it.

Sadness or disappointment is only temporary and instead of wallowing in it for whatever reason, it’s time to move forward and make a plan to do something about what is upsetting you. The result is that you will feel more accomplished and happy that you did something about it as opposed to wallowing. Choose to be Happy – This may sound like a simple action, but do you know that many happy and healthy people fake it until they make it? This expression may sound cliché but it is very true. Keep trying until you make it and you’ll live a healthier lifestyle. Plus, you’ll feel more energized to exercise and eat healthy too.

The decision to choose a healthy and happy lifestyle is not something that will take place overnight, but at least you’re giving it your best shot. Choose happiness and the rest will follow.

Sierra is a freelance writer who chooses to be happy, even when the going gets rough.


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  1. Great food for thought. Love your new look. LOVE!

    Besos, Sarah
    Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo

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