Is Your Day Beautiful and Free of Anxiety and Depression?

Leave Anxiety and Depression Behind and Find Happiness Today

It’s easy to feel sorry for ourselves, especially if you have anxiety and depression. They are certainly good reasons to feel sorry for yourself, but it doesn’t help you at all. I just saw this video and had to share it with you…it’s beautiful. You may cry, but it will make you happy too and perhaps realize that your life is pretty good.

Beware…This Will Touch Your Emotions…

Disabled Veteran Walks Again Thanks To Yoga Therapy

This man must have been feeling the deepest depression, don’t you think? …and he had every right to!

Did you cry or smile…or do both? This article isn’t the usual one I write. Perhaps it’s the time of year and so much is going on. Festivities are high and so is everyone’s stress levels. It’s the one time of year, that would be nice if it was anxiety free for everyone…but it’s not. It’s usually running high!

So I found some affirmations for you. I hope they help you feel happy and make your day a beautiful one.

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Affirmations For Happiness

  • I find happiness everywhere I look.
  • When I look around me, I see happiness. Even when there are stressful times, there is always happiness to be found. Every cloud really does have a silver lining, and I take the time to find it.
  • Happiness is a state of mind. If I expect to see happiness, I do. Unlike too many others who expect to see sadness, I expect happiness and joy. I look for good things, I see good things. Sadness, anxiety and depression has no place in my life. The ability to find happiness is within me.
  • My mind is focused on things that make me happy. Joy can be simple or complex, but it is always available to everyone, including me.
  • Even though things might be imperfect, there is value in every situation. There is always something to be happy about. Even breathing is a gift, because it shows I am still alive. There is happiness in that gift for anyone who is willing to see it.
  • Today, I look carefully around me to see the happiness in everything.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How can I see more happiness in my life?
  2. Can I find ways to help others see more happiness in their own lives?
  3. What can I do to share my own joy with others?

The point here is, once Arthur Boorman, the disabled paratrooper found yoga, a natural healing technique…he never gave up.

Just remember that with your anxiety disorder, know that there may be a natural anxiety relief technique just waiting around the corner for you. 🙂

I hope this article leaves you with a smile on your face and some food for thought. Share your ‘positive’ thoughts with me in the comments below…I would love to hear from you…

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About Jennifer Johnson

I suffered with social anxiety and stress for years. I discovered what my triggers were and learned to control them. Hopefully some of the natural anxiety relief techniques I have tried, will also be your solution.

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Comments

  1. That really was a touching video and it proves that anyone can be happy regatrdless of what is going on in their lives. You may also read Viktor Frankl’s books (I think that is the spelling), and I think one thing that people forget to do is express gratitude. I bet anyone can find at least 5 things to be thankful for in their lives. It helps lighten your mood when you do.

    • Hi Nancy,

      The man in the video, Arthur Boorman is a man I truly admire. How he overcame his pain both mentally and physically is an amazing success…and I have never heard of Victor Frankl.

  2. I can’t tell you how inspired I am to see this. I love seeing situations where those who were faced with such extreme adversity overcame it with odds against them with flying colors. Determination and gratitude will get you there.

  3. Wow this is extremely inspiring. The next time you think you are having one of the worst days of your life, keep things in perspective. Thanks again very powerful.

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