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Needing something to make you happy, postponing happiness to some day in the future, or focusing on problems can present barriers to your happiness.  They put a condition on your happiness and keep you from believing that you can be happy in the midst of your situation.
~Krystal Lynn Kuehn
HOME>>  Are You Happy?
Do you need something to make you happy?   
      I’ll be happy if………. {fill in the blank}


   If I get my big break & become famous, then I will be happy.
   If I was better looking, then I would be happy.
   If I didn't have this disability, then I would be happy.
Are you waiting to be happy? 
      I’ll be happy when…….. {fill in the blank}


   I’ll be happy when I finish college.
   I'll be happy when I get a new job.
   I'll be happy when I get married.

Are you focusing on problems that prevent you from being happy?
      {fill in the blank}........ is preventing me from being happy and
      enjoying life.


   Financial struggles, Relational conflicts, Lack of confidence, Fear,
What does it take for you to be happy?

Do you waken to each new day with an inner joy to be alive?  Are you simply happy to have another opportunity to make the most of a new day?  If you answered no to these question, consider the following:
At, we believe that happiness is a lifestyle, and happiness must be practiced every day.  With practice attitudes change, barriers are overcome, and life is experienced with gratitude and satisfaction.   That is why we have developed The 9 Habits of Happy People Workshop. It is a comprehensive program filled with activities, insights, and inspiration to help you practice happiness every day.  If you want to be happy for life, every day, one day at a time click here to begin.  

*Note: If you are experiencing depression, you might want to go through the Hope for Depression Class before beginning the The 9 Habits of Happy People Workshop.
A happy person is not a person in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes.    ~Hugh Downs
Happiness is not something you postpone for the future;
it is something you design for the present. 
~Jim Rohn
One important source of happiness is the habit of putting off living to some fictional future date.  Men and women are constantly making themselves unhappy because in deferring their lives to the future they lose sight of the present and its golden opportunities for rich living.
~W. Beran Wolfe
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