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10 Secrets Of Happiness Learnt From A Psychotherapists Patients

Published on 8/20/2017
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"‘No’ is one of the best words in the English language for your mental health.

Learning to use this word in a polite but firm way is one of the greatest tools of ensuring happiness".




Dr Max Pemberton is a UK psychotherapist who has seen hundreds of patients over the years.


He has heard a lot of stories, and while they have all been unique - he has learnt a  few things that if followed would make all the difference to our happiness.


Let me share them with you.


1. Don’t Worry - It Might Never Happen:


Do you ever get anxious about every little thing?


Well so did Lisa, one of Max’s patients.


She worried about every thing, which in the end never ended up happening.


So quit worrying about things that may never happen.


Just live your life!


2. It’s Not The Washing The Dishes That’s Bothering You:


Have you ever had an argument with a spouse or significant


other because they never washed the dishes.


To the point that it became a big issue, or so you thought.


Perhaps that isn’t the issue and you need to step back and


address what’s really bothering you.


Perhaps therein may lies the real issue, and not the dishes.


3. Be Kinder to Yourself:


Dont’ be too hard on yourself.


Lot’s of people judge themselves by higher standards and are far less forgiving than they would be towards someone else.


As a rule If you wouldn’t  say it to someone you love then

don’t say it to yourself.


4. Be Kinder To People


Be kind to people you meet as you never know what they are

going through - even if it everything looks fine for the outside.


Treat people how how you would like to be treated yourself.


5. A Job Can Make You Miserable:


If your job making you depressed?  Here’s quick story.


An attorney was depressed and had tried psychotherapy and

antidepressants but nothing seemed to work.


One day he was hit by a car and couldn't work for 6 weeks.


Guess what, his depression vanished. 


He changed job to something more fulfilling no longer needed treatment.


Moral of the story, don’t let your job keep you depressed.


6. Stop Trying To Change Others:


Trying to change anyone rarely works. If anything it will leave

you more frustrated.


So either accept them for who they are, or decide if it’s worth

keeping their friendship. No use fighting a losing battle.


7. Don’t Say I’m Fine If You’re Not:


When I was younger, whenever anyone asked me how I was,

I would simply say I was fine - even when I was sick.


Until the day my Dad pointed it out.


How can you say your fine when you're sick. You shouldn't give a standard answer.


The same thing if you’re not happy with someone. Tell them exactly how you feel - especially if they ask you.


8. Learn to Say A Polite But Firm No:


Perhaps one of the best words in the English language for your mental health. Learning to use this word is one of the greatest tools for ensuring happiness.


While it’s good to get outside your comfort zone, say NO if you know doing something will make you miserable.


Enough said.


9.Share the Load, It’s Good To Talk:


Talking and sharing your feelings with trusted people can have a calming effect on you.


It’s never good to bottle up stuff inside, and that’s what therapists are there for, and there are great benefits to be had from talking to you.


10. Tell People You Love Them:


Loving people is about them being important to you.


Yet how many people tell people that they love them - until it’s usually too late.


Don’t let this happen to you.


Tell all the people in the world who are important to you

that you love them TODAY!


That’s it folks....


I hope you take these 10 secrets of happiness learnt from the patients of a Psychotherapist.


And in the words of Brendon Burchard Live, Love and Matter.


Peace out.


Brought to you by.


Chika “I’m Happy” Nwoko

P.S Remember that you miss 100% of the shots that you don't take, according to Wayne Gretzky.


P.P.S Each person holds so much power within themselves that needs to be let out. Sometimes they just need a little nudge, a little direction, a little support, a little coaching, and the greatest things can happen.

~ Pete Carroll.


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