Tell Me How To Be Happy

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In my experience, it is almost always after we feel some degree of empathy that intense emotions can find their way to a more manageable state, for example, that of feeling more in control and more balanced.

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This is often not what we need. Feeling understood, connected, validated, and empathized with is the first step, almost always.

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Sometimes an honest, caring gaze or a sign of kindness can go a long way to make us feel we are not alone. I believe it is mainly through making space for all our feelings both the pleasant and the unpleasant ones, or at least the unpleasant ones that seem to not be going away that we may gradually move gracefully through our emotions, learn to be compassionate with ourselves, and eventually feel more grounded, more in control, and more at peace. My most influential teacher taught me much through his words, but nothing close to his caring gaze to teach me what healing is all about.

If you feel you can benefit from support navigating strong, difficult emotions, such as loneliness, anxiety, sadness, or grief, I am here to help. You can start by scheduling a free minute consultation at the end of this page to see if we are a good fit. I truly look forward to speaking with you. Click here to learn more about what therapy with Dr. Claudia Perolini, Licensed Psychologist, looks like. She specializes in helping adults and adolescents who are struggling with anxiety, depression, or the effects of trauma live fuller and more rewarding lives.

1. Be sympathetic (because envy is human nature).

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Of course that would make anyone feel unhappy. Treating your partner as inferior is a recipe for discontentment. Stonewalling is when one person shuts down, ignores, or otherwise stops responding to their partner. But it typically occurs when an individual is physiologically distressed and inadvertently trying to shut down overwhelming emotions. As a couple, your lives should be interwoven—at least, in certain ways. Staying stuck in the past because your partner did something to hurt you and you will not forgive them continuously sabotages you in the now," she says.

Blame is a type of defensiveness that prevents someone from being able to listen or change. Picking fights is a way to create space and avoid interactions, says psychotherapist Joanne Ketch. The change in attitude could be due to a bad day at work, but that can't always be the excuse. And that means respect in all aspects. And that makes for a very unhealthy and unhappy relationship environment. For more stories like this, sign up for our newsletter. Thanks so much for sharing.

I totally agree. Thanks for this. This is the way I live my life. When others ask me questions, I share what I can. The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself. I loved this, thank you. When I see this in other people and perhaps myself once! I wonder if the desire to share comes from an aspect of ego — a bit of pride, superiority, that kind of a thing?

So easy to fall into the trap! I kayak. I kayak a LOT!!! This happened to me on Saturday of this week. Well, my best friend and I were talking about religion and I was having a panic attack that day due to a new job situation. I called her, asked her to calm me down, and she did. She saved my life.

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Of course, then when I calmed down, she tried to tell me the reason why I was having a panic attack. I had another more severe panic attack the next day, and I went crazy.

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What a great, simple insight. But I have felt that not everyone is so receptive of them, even the simplest ones. Thanks for reminding me to lead by example and action, not by words. You can be unreasonably happy. People will notice we had changed. When we are happy we shine and empower those around us. When I have that moment of clarity or grasped a hard-earned lesson, I want to share it in order to save others the painful trial and error of getting there.

The student has to be ready.

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I never understood this lack of generosity nor their lack of desire to spare others the pain. For those of us eager to learn, please continue to share in your wisdom.

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Brilliant, and frighteningly timely. As in, nearly to the minute — whoa. Cyndi: hear, hear!

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  • Kayaking is bliss. This post make me think of a evangelist guy we met named William during our trip to Uluru in Australia. He was a nice guy but on every occasion during the trip he was talking about how Jesus saved his life and how we should repent from our sins and such. The bus was full of young tourist backpackers, some barely speaking English and many from different country and different religion.

    Some way, I was happy for him that he found himself but he was so annoying! Was she threatened by his happiness? Was it annoying to her and she wanted it to stop? Or was it simply a free-spirited and well-meaning comment? Thanks for the post!

    I feel so connected to everyone. Happiness is infectious. You know, I completely agree with this article, but I have found over the past year, as I have changed my lifestyle to suit me, I have often had to offer up an explanation to people for why I am not as available as I used to be. Any thoughts on this? Well… I agree. Thnx for reminding.

    When or in which way is it nice and non-ego? That would be the best way! For example… When I read real stories about Nike, from Nike, and the lessons are inspiring… I am welcome to here them… So therfor my thought of this post: where to share and where to stop? Really loved reading this today! If I sing when I garden the right people will notice. Reading your post today made me realize how this is.

    Thank you for your writings, Chris. Nice thought. Feeling happy is indeed a personal experience. No doubt. If you go that way, do consider visiting it. But there may be some who will profit.