8 Things We Must Ignore To Stay Happy

1. Gossip
Gossiping about others won’t do you any good and will only make you feel jealous and bitter. I feel that for us to be happy and content me must avoid this pitfall and focus on our own life instead.

2. Negative thinking
Thinking negatively is bound to affect your happiness since you are focusing on the gray areas of life, instead of positive emotions. Negative things keep us worried and mentally disturbed all the time.
3. What others think about you
One factor on which you have absolutely no control – so try and avoid it to stay happy. Don’t ponder over what others might be thinking about you. You can never alter somebody’s opinion. But if you spend too much time on that and try to please all, you will eventually forget who you truly are. So just listen to your heart and do what your intuition is telling you.

4. Remembering troubles from the past
We must forget what happened in the past and how it impacted our life. Do not think too much about it as you cannot change what has already happened. Infact, our past mistakes can act as a guide and teach us valuable lessons. So learn from them and let your past go.

5. Holding onto resentment
We all do it and then feel too stressed to lead a happy life. Holding on to resentment will simply intensify our hard feelings and negative emotions, making you feel sad deep down. We must stop thinking of our past. We will have a new sense of freedom and satisfaction when we get the better of our pent-up anger and frustration.

6. Arguing to prove you are right

All of us cling to our opinions, whether we are right or wrong. There is nothing wrong in presenting our point of view. But we must be rational and listen carefully to what others have to say. A different perspective always helps. After all, we always have the choice to agree or disagree at the end of it.

7. Nurturing huge expectations
Let go of undue expectations – they can undermine our happiness as we keep looking for life’s little rewards where there is none. Learn to accept people for who they really are and forget what they can do for you. William Shakespeare quoted “Expectation is the root of all heartache.”

8. Ignoring problems
We must not avoid problems. It is always better to solve those issues in the very beginning. Otherwise, the stress and anxiety of knowing that something is brewing and you are consciously avoiding it will make you worried and miserable.

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  1. vyshakhi says:

    Reblogged this on Vyshakhi.

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    1. Nice 🙂 I am happy 😊

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