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inner peace: how to have it when life feels devastating

By Chris Shea | June 23, 2021

Inner peace can be difficult to have when everything in life seems to be going wrong. If you find yourself in a situation where it feels like everything is going wrong, and you can’t find inner peace, don’t panic. That’s actually a challenge that all of us face once in a while. Instead, try to…

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How to Keep Your Inner Peace and Hope in Today’s World

By Chris Shea | May 26, 2021

Finding hope and inner peace in life is not always an easy task. Still, a hopeless life can be gloomy, depressed, and anxious. In this article, I write about ways to find hope in life, thus happiness and inner peace. It is essential to find and sustain hope in order to lead a happy and…

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Anxious About Reentering Society After The Pandemic? Here’s Your How To Guide

By Chris Shea | May 18, 2021

Anxious feelings are understandable when returning to everyday life after the pandemic. There will be a process of readjustment. There are bound to be thoughts or worries about the changes that are happening in your life. It is natural for people to want to stay in their comfort zone. Entering the unknown is what causes…

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Why Happiness is So Important for Your Health and Wellness

By Chris Shea | May 4, 2021

Happiness has more importance than just feeling good. Happiness is also essential to your health, longevity, success, and relationships. This is all proven by research and science. Happiness is healthy!   We’re seeking something more out of life, and happiness is what we think will solve our issues. Yet happiness comes and goes; it’s a fleeting…

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Happiness: 10 Things You Can Do Each Day to Enhance Your Happiness

By Chris Shea | April 21, 2021

Happiness! Everyone wants to be happy, right? Even animals are instinctively driven toward comfort and away from discomfort. Yet, so many of us feel that becoming happy is too difficult. We look for the “trick” or the quick fix in finding happiness. But what if being happy is simpler than you think? What if I…

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How To Find Inner Peace And Happiness During COVID

By Chris Shea | February 9, 2021

Inner peace and happiness are possible even during a long-lasting pandemic. The “new normal” is a phrase that has entered our everyday speech, along with terms such as “social distancing,” “physical distancing,” or “PPE.” Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our lives have been changed. To think that almost a year ago, we weren’t living under…

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How To Healthily Cope With Grief During Covid-19

By Chris Shea | August 11, 2020

Grief is a typical human experience, but the COVID-19 pandemic has upended many of the ways we usually manage the loss. Here are my tips on coping healthily with your grief.  Grief is one of those emotions that many of us think of only during the loss of a loved one. And while this is…

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Why Aren’t You Happy? How To Change That

By Chris Shea | July 13, 2020

Why aren’t you happy? This is a question we often ask ourselves, answering ourselves with excuses we tell ourselves. Can I be happy? Sure, you can, but are you sure you want to be happy?  I find that today, listening to the news and hearing people bickering about politics is not easy to be happy.…

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Angry At Society – how to feel peaceful not hatred

By Chris Shea | June 29, 2020

Angry at society appears to be the primary emotion of our time. As this angry feeling festers, it can lead to feeling hatred. Yes, there is also kindness found in society, and I do know people who are not angry. What can we do with our angry emotions so that we can turn them into…

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How To Cope And Positively Make A Difference In Society

By Chris Shea | June 15, 2020

I’m re-writing this article to help me process my feelings and mental struggles with all that is happening in my country. I originally wrote this piece back in 2015, yet I feel it remains appropriate for 2020. I, and others, struggle with a response to what we are feeling as there are so many diverse…

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