“Happiness isn’t being cheerful all the time,” says John Sharp, a psychiatrist at Harvard Medical School. “It’s being interested in things - finding out more about something, learning how to appreciate something better, incorporating something new that fits with what you already have.”
What are you interested in? What do you want to learn more about? What do you consider happiness?
… happy that is. Really, it is a choice. Now you’re thinking that I am full of crap and that everyone would be happy if it was this simple. But I didn’t say it was easy or simple. All I said was that it was a choice. A choice to …
or not. A choice to throw yourself a pity party or not. A choice to wish for things to come or to go out there and get them.
I personally am going through a hard time, and I hope I can stick to my own lesson here. Its all about perspective, and its never too late to change yours.