Do you take responsibility for your own happiness?

Author: Yaji Category: Love, Radio & Blog Published: July 5, 2016
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Is happiness something we seek or something we choose?

What do you choose?

Happiness is a decision. We often seek happiness in other people or in situations when in reality only we can make ourselves happy.

If we aren’t happy with our current situation how can we expect to be happy in another situation?

If we want to be happy, we have to be happy on purpose.

Do we speak life into situations or focus on the negative?

All sunshine makes a desert. Being happy is about seeing the beauty in life. Looking beyond the imperfections.

What is life teaching you now? What are you choosing to focus on?

We often lose ourselves in the past and then compare our journey to others. This will only steal from our happiness. You are the only you there is, that is your power.

Don’t you deserve to be happy.

Yes! You deserve to be happy. You are worthy of this choice.

What do you choose?

Happiness will not come to you. Happiness can only come from you.

As you focus on your own happiness. You will radiate and share that happiness with others. Choose you. Choose love. Choose happiness.

About Love Therapy Center: Founded by Yaji Tramontini in 2008, the Love Therapy Center was created with the purpose of promoting healthy relationships for couples and individuals. Located in San Francisco, San Diego and San Jose, therapists at the Love Therapy Center are trained in both traditional and nontraditional/spiritual modalities which allows them to fit each person with individualized treatment. To learn more about Love Therapy Center visit its website www.lovetherapycenter.org.
About the Author: Yagi Tramontini is a graduate of Boston University ('94) with a double major in Psychology & Philosophy, and Sophia University ('03) with a Master's degree in Transpersonal / Spiritual Counseling Psychology. She holds a CA state license as a Marriage & Family Therapist, MFC45878, to practice Psychotherapy and has over 10,000 hours helping couples and individuals release trauma and create great relationships