Which kind of makes sense. Who doesn’t want to be happier?
Here’s some of what we’ve figured out so far. Happiness isn’t getting everything you want all the time. It’s not even having all your needs met, or never feeling sad.
Instead, happiness has more to do with peace of mind. [i]
Which also makes sense. It’s not possible to be giddy every second of every day. (Besides, how annoying are the people who act like they are?)
Happiness can’t be THAT.
Peace of mind, on the other hand, is possible. Even on a rough day, peace of mind will keep you calm, anchored, and feeling secure.
Think about how epic that would be in your relationship. If you’re happy in your relationship, it means you are at peace in the relationship and you feel content.
You can have a fight…and relax afterward because you know it doesn’t mean he stopped loving you. You don’t have to get everything right all the time to keep him committed. It takes a ton of pressure off, and that makes it easier to actually connect.
And in just 120 seconds, you can be happier.
So, what is this two-minute trick that boosts happiness, and how can you use it to make your relationship better?