- August 23, 2019
Which of these quotes inspire you to greater happiness in life?
The pursuit of happiness in life is one of the goals the founding fathers had for each American. Things have really changed a lot since the 1770s, but one thing hasn’t. We each still search for happiness.
The following quotes about finding happiness in life are all from famous American’s – from the founding fathers to media moguls. You’ll probably see some similarities in the sentiments, but you’ll also hear the individual path each of these people took to first define and then find their own version of happiness.
1. Maya Angelou “My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some humor, and some style.
2. Dale Carnegie “Success is getting what you want. Happiness is wanting what you get.”
3. George Washington “Happiness depends more upon the internal frame of a person’s own mind than on the externals in the world.
4. Ralph Waldo Emerson “Every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness.”
5. Lady Gaga “At the end of the day, you won’t be happy until you love yourself.”
Read more: 18 Quotes From Famous Americans About Finding Happiness In Life
- July 4, 2019
Impossible is only one perspective.
Divorce impacts every facet of your life – how you live, who you are, what you do, when you get to see your kids, and maybe even where you live. So, of course, it’s natural that with all this change you’d feel sad, angry, resentful and uncertain about how to start over after divorce.
Yet, you also know that some people find a gift in all this chaos. They find a way to create an amazing life for themselves after divorce.
Even though, at this exact moment, it seems impossible that you’ll ever feel any better, deep down you know that if other people can figure out how to start over after divorce, you can too.
And you can. You’re not consigned to living with this pain, uncertainty, depression, frustration, anxiety and fear forever. Things can get better.
By following a process, the same process that everyone who’s ever healed and moved on from divorce has followed, you can make things better for you too.
- Work through your grief.
This is the most difficult part of the process. It will require you to come face-to-face with painful memories and emotions. It is also unpredictable. No one can tell you how…
Read more: How To Start Over After Divorce Even If It Seems Impossible