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We’ve all had days, weeks, months and — for some — even years of dark days and depression. Whether we fall into ruts of self-sabotage, loneliness or insecurity, leading a happy, joyful life can sometimes feel like a chore.
I always tell my students and clients they’re doing so much better than they give themselves credit for.
Most of us are so busy trying to dodge life bullets, we forget to stop and appreciate the little victories.
Consider a moment that you’re doing a wonderful job in your life. The living isn’t an easy thing to do, but it can be enjoyable when we start to see the good instead of focusing on the bad.
You can check with these below things to living a good life:
- Your relationships are less dramatic than they use to be.
- You may not have as much money as you want but you live a rich life.
- You’re not afraid to ask for help and support.
- Where you live feels like home
- You’ve raised your standards.
- . You let go of things that don’t make you feel good.
- You have moments where you appreciate who you see in the mirror.
- You’re working on limiting your inner critic and consciously choosing more positive thoughts.
- You’ve learned that setbacks and failure are part of self-growth
- You have a support system that includes people who would do anything for you.
- . You hear “I love you” often, from friends, family or a partner.
- You’ve accepted what you can’t change, but change what you can’t accept.
- You don’t complain much, but instead, focus on solutions.
- You don’t blame your parents and accept them for who they are
- . You stopped caring about what others think of you.
- You’re happy for your exes when they move on.
- You can celebrate others’ successes.
- You allow yourself to feel your feelings and are comfortable sharing them.
- You have passions that you pursue.
- You have goals that have come true.
- You have empathy for others.
- You feel connected to your work.
- You love deeply and open yourself up to be loved by others.