Finding Answers to Your Problems
When I look around me, I am shocked at the number of people that are unhappy. There is so much negativity around us that it astounds me. As a result, I have really studied this situation to come with a solution, for myself and for others. After studying this phenomenon for more than a decade, and spending more than $100,000 on learning, my findings on the root causes of unhappiness are as follows:
1. We fail to love our self. We feel bad about who we are by comparing our self to the strengths we see other people exhibit, and we rarely recognize or celebrate our own strengths and abilities. As a result, we hide our faults by criticizing others or my hiding from challenges and exposure. We hide so other people don’t know how desperate we are. When we are challenged, we get angry and defend our self, and then feel bad about how we acted later. We eat, drink, have sex or shop to make us feel better. Over time, this gets worse, we don’t know what to do about it, and we have big concerns about the future. In fact, I don’t think about the future because it is too scary. I don’t really like me.
2. I am on conflict with those closest to me. I am trying to help them and get no thanks. They fight me every step of the way. I try to say or do the right things, but no matter how hard I try, I get taken for granted or they pick a fight with me anyway. I desperately want to solve this but nothing seems to work. Sometimes, the air is so thick, you could cut it with a knife. We are living in chaos and clutter. We keep making the same old mistakes and having the same old problems. Everything seems to be getting worse instead of better. How can I get out of this?
3. The third problem is a bit different. I am doing OK but I don’t feel great. I Get a lot done and am in pretty good health and shape. I’m doing pretty good but I can’t help but think there is more than this. I keep asking myself “Is this all there is”? I play with my toys for a while and lose interest. I’m slowing down a bit and I guess that is what growing older is about. Somehow, I thought I would be a in better position at this time of life. The future may not look quite as bright as I imagined it would. What am I missing? What’s it all about?
If any of these concerns are yours, rest assured that there are answers to them. The solutions will be revealed during the 8 Weeks to Happiness Workshop series beginning Tuesday, February 5, 2013, 7-9PM at 160 Bank St, Ottawa, and running for 8 weeks.
To learn more about what will be offered and what benefits it will get for you, click here now.
Take care, stay well, have fun!
P.S. I look forward to meeting you. Just in case, you can click here to join us on this marvellous journey.