About Being Happy: Start Living Again
Throughout the programme, you have taken incremental but significant steps towards building adaptability, resilience and purpose. Today, we’re going to incorporate everything you’ve learnt and look at what new life after a diagnosis means for you.
You have had the courage to implement positive change into your life in doing this programme. You are using new tools to cope with the health difficulties you face and adding value to others’ lives as well.
You are braver and more resilient today than ever before.
I’m going to show you how we often approach happiness in the wrong way, why imperfections are an important part of your happiness, that true happiness does not mean forgetting your other emotions, and finally, how the last 6 guides have prepared you perfectly for this final step.This guide is part 7 of the "7 Days to Happiness" programme. If you have not enrolled in the programme you can do so here: simply click here to enrol now.
In this lesson, we're going to debunk some of the common misconceptions about happiness and get to the core of what it really means to be happy.
In this lesson, you're going to face yourself head on and learn to be realistic about who you are today so that you can set the right life goals for yourself going forward.
In this lesson, we're going to look at toxic positivity and learn how to connect the other emotions you feel with the needs that aren't being met in your life.
In this final lesson, we're going to look at what it means to create your own happiness and not look for it from external sources.
About the Teacher
Marina Wildt is an experienced health and wellness writer, chronic illness warrior and founder of The Discerning You. In the last 12 years, she has gone from being paralysed in a wheelchair to living a full life alongside her conditions and now she wants to share all the practical advice that she has learnt with you.