When I was in my mid-20s, I was extremely depressed and I decided to take care of this aspect of my life once and for all. I eventually discovered the high level of happiness I was searching for, wrote my book, and created a popular happiness course.
This blog is partially a result of that self-discovery, as I needed a place to put together all of my happiness-related ideas.
I also discovered today that scientists believe that negativity feels:
- Ongoing – without a stop;
- Permanent – without an end;
- Persistent – we can’t do anything about it.
So when people feel negative and hear “Optimal Happiness,” they may think that this blog is not for them. They might assume it is meant for people who are already happy and who want to feel even happier.
Nothing could be further from the truth!
This blog is written for people like myself in the past, who feel negative, hurt, and depressed, and are searching for more positive emotions. These are the people who need this blog the most!
So I apologize for the positive slogans and uplifting messages. I know that when people are feeling negative, the last thing they want to hear is to “cheer up” and “look at the bright side of things.”
These slogans may sound lacking in compassion. Not surprisingly, positive people are often accused of being distant, unsympathetic, and narcissistic, as if they don’t care about anyone’s happiness but their own (ps: they are not, but that’s a different story).
But happiness is possible. Yes, you can feel happy no matter how unhappy and depressed you may feel. You can still experience happiness, no matter who you are, where you come from, or what your life circumstances are.
So if you aren’t feeling 100% happy and you want to do something about it, here are some tools you can try:
- Take optimal happiness coarse – this is the fastest way to become happy;
- Book a free call with us – speak with our happiness specialist;
- Read our book – available on Amazon;
- Continue reading our blog – We already covered many topics you may be interested in;
- Stay connected – Keep in touch with us on our social media.