Feel Confident About Becoming Happier With Or Without Other People's Help


Change Your Thinking


You can achieve being happier faster and easier by changing the way you think.

For this achievement, you'll learn how to change your thinking so that you:

  • Stop believing that you can't succeed in becoming happier without the help, support, or approval of other people
  • Start believing that you can succeed in becoming happier with or without the help, support, and approval of others

To do this, learn why the first way of thinking doesn't help you or make sense, while the second one does, and then make choices based on what you've learned.

Stop believing that you can't succeed in becoming happier without the help, support, or approval of other people

Here's why there's no value in this type of negative thinking:

  • You feel less powerful and have a lower sense of self worth due to believing that you can't succeed in becoming happier without the help, support, or approval of other people. As a result you have less happiness and enjoyment, which already makes it more challenging to become happier.
  • You have less peace of mind, less confidence in yourself in your abilities, and more feelings of stress and anxiety, due to believing that you "can't" achieve greater happiness without other people helping, supporting, and approving you. This makes you much more "needy" and dependent on other people... And if other people don't help you, you will not achieve greater happiness.
  • You are not motivated or energized to become happier without the help of other people, due to believing that you "can't" do it. As a result, you do not achieve greater happiness without other people's help, thereby "proving" to yourself that you can't do it. The more this belief is confirmed, the weaker your feel, and the more anxious you feel, as you become more and more dependent on others for becoming happier.

Start believing that you can succeed in becoming happier with or without the help, support, and approval of others

Here's why there's great value in this type of positive thinking:

  • You feel more powerful and have a greater sense of self worth due to believing that you can succeed in becoming happier with or without the help, support, and approval of others. As a result you have greater happiness and enjoyment, which already proves to you that you can do it, and makes it even easier to become happier and happier.
  • You have more peace of mind, more confidence in yourself in your abilities, and a greater liberating sense of independence due to believing that you can achieve greater happiness with or without other people helping, supporting, and approving you. This allows you to become happier without other people's help, or to enjoy becoming happier faster and easier with their help, without being "needy".
  • You are motivated and energized to become happier with or without the help of other people, due to believing that you can do it. As a result, you have more success and achievement becoming happier, even if people don't help you, thereby "proving" to yourself that you can't do it. The more this belief is confirmed, the stronger, more capable, and more confident you feel, making it even easier to be happier.

Enjoy a beneficial change that makes sense

  • There are positive actions you can take -- like getting more sleep, getting sunlight, getting exercise, and changing your thinking -- that will make you happier and that you clearly can do without the help, support, or approval of other people. Also, if you identify instances of when you were happy without other's people help, you have already proved to yourself that you can do it.
  • You might want to get help from somewhere to become happier, like via a therapist or a program such as this one. But it doesn't make sense to believe that you *can't* become happier without this outside help. Instead, it makes sense to believe that you can become happier with or without these resources, and that you simply enjoy the benefit of becoming happier faster and easier with this added help.
  • When you consider what you're capable of doing, it makes complete sense to have the constructive and self-fulfilling belief that you can succeed in becoming happier with or without the help, support, and approval of others. It also makes complete sense to view any additional help that you get from others as help that simply helps you become happier faster and easier, and to profit from help in this way.



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