Society can fool us into thinking that things need to be big to reach our goals. They don’t. There is a more powerful way for us to get to our happiness.
We're all guilty of spending too much time on our phones. It's a common struggle. You can't go more than a few minutes without looking at your phone. You're addicted to checking it, and it doesn't matter how many times you tell yourself not to look at it, you still do. You may not even realize how much time you spend checking your phone--but if we're being honest with ourselves here (and we are), this is one of those things that we all do more than we should. We are unconsciously attached to our phones. We don't know how often we check them or how much time we spend on them, but it is a lot. In today’s episode, we are going to continue our conversation about the relationship we have with our devices and how to lessen the time we spend on them.
Often, our minds can trick us into believing that we need to have significant extraordinary experiences to be happy. In today’s podcast, I will explain why this is not the case.
How do we cope when something happens in our lives that give rise to big emotions? We must find a balance so that we don’t suppress or indulge in whatever is going on.