We spend most of our lives trying to find happiness.
We search for a Soulmate who is meant to make us feel complete.
We overgive and sacrifice ourselves hoping to find love and instead we are exhausted, unappreciated, and taken for granted.
We try to find success which leads us to competition, judgment, and never feeling good enough.
We follow rules made by other people for other times but we are reluctant to question them as we want to fit in.
We give our power away when we trust people which leaves us broken and betrayed more often than not.
We drastically change our lives just to do all of this again.
We don’t know how to listen to ourselves, or how to understand ourselves. We don’t know how to love ourselves.
Right now, this is how we chase happiness.
Mel Ryans ‘Six Happiness Myths’ are a fun and insightful way to look at how we chase happiness and why chasing it this way is like trying to find a pot of
gold at the end of a rainbow.
Six happiness myths will empower you with a new perspective.