The Key To Parental Happiness

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Being a parent is amazing and lovable, but it’s also highly demanding and thankless. If you are stressed for being a parent sometimes, don’t feel bad about it. It’s totally normal. So leave that guilt.

Have you played video games? How many times you restarted the game when you thought you were going to lose? Have you paused the game in-between?

Life is also one type of game. But do you have any choice to restart it, pause it or delete it?The key to happiness in life is keeping your mind happy and powerful.

Here we bring the key To Parental Happiness

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1.Mind Your Thinking

Every thought in your mind, has an impact and creates energy. Positive thoughts create positive energy and negative thoughts create negative energy. Even negative thinking in your mind may make you a cruel person. So avoid negative thoughts at anytime.

My Personal Tip: I often do self-analysis and try to find the negative thoughts. I get the help of my family to help me with positive thoughts. Simply spending my time with a friend or a relative who has positive thoughts makes me Happier.

2.Chant Positive Affirmations

Replace negative thoughts with positive affirmations such as I’m Strong, I’m powerful and I’ll Achieve. Repeat often these affirmations and get energized.

My Personal Tip: I participated in “ 7 Days Nature Photo Challenge ” in FB. And I posted “ 16 Buddha Ways To Handle Life Easily ” in our What App groups. I enjoyed changing my Whats App Profile every day with one positive affirmation during February 2016. Though these may seem silly, these little things can have a positive impact on your mind, body and soul.

3. De-clutter Your Mind

Keep only positive memories in your mind. Forget and erase all negative memories. Anger and disappointment will drain your energy. So relieve the burden of pain and let go. Share and rejoice only sweet memories often.

Continue reading my original post 6 Simple steps to a Happier YOU! @ Monsoon Breeze

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10 comments

  1. I think It’s the last one I need to work on more. There’s no much going in my head 🙂
    Wonderful points.

  2. There is so much involved in parenting – I would add, especially for parents of younger children – first, try to enjoy the special moments, knowing they will soon be different as your children grow older. And second, take good care of yourself – this is where decluttering your mind comes in.

  3. Vasantha, I so agree with the Chanting positive affirmations. I was kind of down and not putting up blog posts as I felt, there is not much variety or exciting stuff happening on my blog. In fact, I felt if I am so bored to read my blog, the readers will be equally bored. I had to dig deep in my heart to find the reasons for blogging and it helped. I put up 2 posts in the past two days. 🙂

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