Hi guys, hope you have been well. Long time no post, I wont lie I have been busy, i”ve just been hanging around and chilling; but now am back like I never left.
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With all that said, lets go straight to today’s topic about letting it go. With every cliché that has been said about happiness, it is clearly one of the things people yearn for and go great lengths to achieve. Some take one day at a time, while others take on full-blown transformations synonymous to their definition of happiness. I believe sticking up for something that doesn’t make you happy only prolongs your agony.
The phrase “let it go” used to really irritate me because I didn’t know what it meant or exactly how to do it. And there are times when I still struggle with it a lot.
Sometimes, before we get to the first step of our quest for bliss, we are confronted with major building blocks that we can mistake for happiness. For instance, having a job may make you feel content, but if it’s a job that you don’t exactly like doing, is it really worth calling a source of happiness? The harder part is that it’s difficult to call futile things as they are, much less let go of them completely especially if they have become an integral part of your comfort zone. But hey, don’t they also say that life begins right outside it?
Here are a few reasons that motivates me why I should let go of the things that don’t make me happy now, because guess what? They probably won’t make me happy in the future either.
Life is short.
Not everyone gets a chance, let alone a second one, at things, such as literally and figuratively having a life. If you want to be truly happy, you need to let go of the good things to make room for the better ones. Just think—if you don’t see yourself doing something in the next five years, why do it at all?
A thriving career.
One of the most common but downplayed symptoms of unhappiness at work is mentally holding on to the weekend for dear life and wishing you could delay Monday’s arrival. I believe a Career is about being happy in the job you do, every day. Ask yourself, are doing a job you love? Are you making the best of your talents? If not, let it go.
A healthier me.
If you think that your unhappiness doesn’t have an impact on your well-being, think again. Stress caused by negative emotions can affect bodily functions and aggravate diseases that a person already has, even a common cold.
More often than not, it is those who are close to us that can sense if we are upset or if we are in a good mood. Instead of figuring out the solution by yourself, consider reaching out to a loved one or a trusted friend. You don’t necessarily have to ask for advice; if it’s only a sympathetic ear you need, the people who truly know you and care about you will respect your choice. However, if you find your relationship going through the adverse effects of negative emotions, you can always talk about it with your partner.
Irritation or frustration with other people
When people don’t behave in the way that we’d like them to, we typically react by feeling irritated or frustrated with them.
At its core, this reaction is about control. We want someone to behave a certain way, but we can’t force them to behave in that way, and our lack of control over them and over the situation leaves us feeling impotent and annoyed.
Happiness is synthetic—you either create it, or you don’t. Happiness that lasts is earned through your habits. Supremely happy people have honed habits that maintain their happiness day in, day out.