Doesn’t each of us want to feel happy and have a positive affect on other people? Whether this happiness means feeling good about our parenting life, social life, love life etc. we crave the endorphins that come with the feeling of basking in our wellbeing. And then life gets in the way. Something or someone doesn’t turn out or behave the way we were hoping, and we allow ourselves to feel bad and maybe even really mad. In other words, we are being reactive to what is happening around us and our attitude suffers.
Have you ever been aware of how your attitude affects those around you? You may feel like your poor attitude is your own business and has no affect on other people, but this is not the case. Even when you don’t speak a word the energy that . . .
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