I’ve been unhappy for quite sometime now, and that’s okay. It’s okay to not be okay all the time. What’s not okay is to continue on this path and not do anything to change your emotional direction. I won’t go into specifics of what I’m not happy about, but let’s discuss why I should be happy.
- My son is healthy, thriving and hitting every milestone.
- I’m almost at my one year mark of breastfeeding.
- My Budget is finally working for me.
- Debt is dwindling.
- My tax refund is going to help me out a lot.
- My meal planner is coming out tomorrow! Wooohooo!
- I’m finally coming out with a cookbook sometime in March.
- My students are progressing significantly in writing.
- I’m not living paycheck to paycheck.
- I went to the doctor on January 21, and all of my results came back negative and/or normal. I have an absolute clean bill of health.
- I can afford to pay all of my bills.
- For once in my life, I have no bills that are late and I have nothing in collections.
- My son and I wake up every morning: alive and kicking,
- I’m finally going to start therapy.
- I’ve been able to let go of a lot of toxic people, and I’ve been able to recognize my own toxicity.
- I’ve been consistently practicing yoga.
- Drinking a falling of water a day has become increasingly attainable.
- My skin is clear and my bowels are regular.
- I’ve been cooking more and eating out less.
- I still have money in the bank from last check.
- There’s food in my pantry and fridge.
The list could go on, but with all of these positive things, I’m still unhappy. I’m excited to be starting therapy soon to be able to better understand this emotional turmoil I’m experiencing.
Have you ever felt unhappy despite everything in your life going perfectly well and it’s all positive? How did you cope with it? Did you ever get to the root of your unhappiness?