After making the first essential decision to be happy, to love and accept yourself as you are, there are two more essential decisions you need to make.
Is happiness something outside you, like entertainment, or is it something you cultivate from within? Keeping listening to learn more.
Catholic Therapist Allison Ricciardi reminds us that we have more control over happiness than we realize.
Catholic Therapist Allison Ricciardi explains there are things we can do to invest in our happiness, both now and in the future…and beyond into eternity.
So what’s the secret to finding true peace and happiness? That’s what I talk about in today’s video so you don’t want to miss it!
Does our Catholic faith help us to be happy? Of course it does, but how? Does being in a state of grace affect our mental health? The short answer is yes.
The essence of mental health is being in touch with and having a right judgment of reality. A state of grace gets you there…and when we’re not in a state of grace, it affects us in serious ways so listen up!
When it comes to cultivating virtues, I could make a strong case that nearly every virtue will contribute to your happiness. Humility, the foundational virtue is indispensable…and yet so hard to maintain and cultivate.
The secular world in which we live is soaked in negativity. We are continually assaulted by negative messages that are discouraging and they condition us to see our glass perpetually empty and never full.
Allison Ricciardi, LMHC discusses how to avoid the mistake of dwelling on your woes and troubles when you could be focusing on finding possible solutions.
Allison Ricciaridi, LMHC challenges you to rethink how you’ve been approaching happiness and to seek out ways to find and claim happiness for yourself.
I am going to give you the key to personal happiness.
Lent is in full swing, a time for penance, almsgiving and fasting, but it occurs to me in this fast paced and chaotic world we’re living in that a more appropriate “fast” could be to go “slow”.
There is one requirement that trumps all others when it comes to happiness and without this, it is unlikely you’ll ever be truly happy.
One principle to finding happiness is opening our heart, making our requests known to God, to pray constantly, and believe we’ve already received it.