Good point in here. We all know someone who seems to ” have it all” but is absolutely miserable…I don’t think naming names is the answer, but ( Leona Helmsly ) but its not difficult to make a U-turn in our perspective, and reset our brains each morning.
We all have experienced a depressing first thought upon awaking…. probably related to something bad or sad having recently happened. In part this is due to our human nature and our being hyper-focused on what is wrongin our lives, which sets us up for failure every time. Try starting each day by naming 5 things you are very gratefulfor. Do your children have a terminal disease? If not, be very grateful because no amount of success or money can fix that..
Instead of wanting to bury our heads in our pillows and forget it all, open your day by reminding yourself of how very good you have it. If you live in America for example, you have it better then 90% of the world. Not too shabby , huh? No matter our situation, it can always be worse.
Focusing our thoughts on the good things in our lives helps. It puts things in perspective…
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