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Who Controls YOUR Happiness?

Where does happiness fit on a scale of 1 to 10 in your life?

Is that a silly question? Who's in control of your happiness??

Well, if you want to maintain continued happiness in light of difficult moments then start by identifying your thinking. Often this means that some of the way you think about certain things may need to change.

Change is difficult for many people, especially when it involves changing a behavior that you have practiced over and over again (such as drinking, smoking, overeating, etc.) And with the change often comes strong emotion.


Living with Loneliness

Loneliness can make one feel sad, anxious, and depressed. Most people feel lonely at some point in there life. You don't have to feel lonely if you decide to take control of your loneliness and do something about it.


Stress, Anxiety and Depression - What is the difference?

Looking after your feelings and emotions is as important as taking care of your body. Most of us take care of our physical health far better than our feelings.

Stress is a normal reaction to what is happening in your life, and it can be caused by good, as well as bad events. A little bit of stress isn't always a bad thing; but being over-stressed may cause a range of health problems including headaches, upset stomach, high blood pressure - even strokes and heart disease.


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