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Happiness…. is a choice, not a result… Nothing will make you happy until you choose to be happy..

Happiness is a choice, not a result – why making the decision to be happy is the most important step towards a better life

In life, we all want to be happy. Our lives should be filled with laughter and love, and surrounded by friends and family we can count on when times are tough. But many of us struggle with happiness, wondering where it went and what we need to do to get it back again. While happiness is, indeed, something you can learn how to achieve through various personal development techniques, what most people don’t realize is that happiness is also a choice. Yes, happiness is not always the result of the situations you find yourself in; it’s also a decision you make every day.

Why happiness is a choice

Being happy doesn’t always feel like an option. Life can get in the way of our happiness with its many ups and downs. However, at any point in time we have the power to choose how we want to feel. Happiness doesn’t just happen; it requires commitment and work. We must first decide that we want to be happy and then put in the work required for that goal.

The benefits of choosing happiness

It’s easy to get caught up in all the negativity of today’s world. The news tells us about things that are wrong. Social media makes it seem like everyone but you has an amazing life. It’s hard not to feel left out or alone sometimes. But what if I told you that happiness is a choice? That nothing will make you happy until you choose to be happy?
Choosing happiness doesn’t mean ignoring bad things or being naive. Choosing happiness means making the decision to find joy in every moment. Even on your worst days when everything feels hard and no one understands what you’re going through, it’s still possible to make space for joy if you choose it.

How to make the choice to be happy

You are in control of your own happiness. Happiness should be seen as a choice and can’t happen by accident. You have to work at it every day. Identify what makes you unhappy and replace it with something that will make you happier. For example, if you’re unhappy because you don’t have enough money, then get a part-time job or find ways to make more money.

Dr. Sajeev Dev
Dr. Sajeev Dev
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