Author: Linda Esposito

Relationship Detox: Letting Go of Unhealthy People

  Nobody is going to take care of your emotional health. Ever. You can get someone to pay your bills, watch your kids, run your company, but nadie is going to stand guard over that precious real estate inside your head. And that’s a good thing. When on your death bed you need clarity. Or […]

Decluttering: Why There is No Magic to Tidying Up

  I got an email recently asking for advice about boundaries. The recipient related how he was feeling depressed and fighting regret after “cleaning house.” The paradox was not lost on me. We’re often reluctant to let go. Yet being weighed down by possessions and people hinders our emotional well-being. Whether it’s a living room […]

Spring Cleaning Your Soul — Motivation

This article is the first in a series for the month of April. We’re spring cleaning at Team Happy, and each Monday will bring a new theme helping you to clear the clutter from your mind, your body, and your physical space. For some, spring cleaning has excitedly begun, while others need a gentle psychological […]

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: A Fun Guide to Getting Better

    Several months ago I wrote an article called The #1 Reason Angry Couples Stay Together that got a lot of people’s attention. It became quite successful and resulted in a lot of big websites copying, pasting and quoting its content. Mostly because pairing two volatile topics like strong emotions and high-conflict couples means […]

Mindfulness for Beginners: Video

  In this short video, we’ll talk about the basics of mindfulness so you can get started. The essentials are covered in a simplified, brief overview. It’s perfect for creating the habits of mindfulness and mediation. In this video we learn: 1. The concept of mindfulness 2. Paying attention on purpose 3. Being immersed in […]

Video: Meditation for Beginners

  “Smile, breathe and go slowly.”~Thích Nhất Hạnh   Perhaps you’ve wanted to mediate to calm your mind but don’t know much about it, or how it helps. If so, you’re not alone. Meditating is deceptively simple, or excruciatingly difficult, depending on who you ask. Common questions include: Do I need training? How do I […]

Anxiety is a Mindfulness Problem

We all get nervous, unfocused and stressed, and for the most part, we all know the common solutions to ease our anxiety. For example, I avoided writing this article in a timely manner by doing a bunch of mindless tasks. Zoning out was meaningless and I knew it, but watching videos of Siberian Husky pups […]

You Can’t Hack Your Inner Self, But You Can Still Be Happy

  Lunchtime conversation last week: Friend: Have you seen this new online program on happiness? I saw it on Good Morning America. It’s pretty cool, and quite similar to your membership site, but there’s no interaction with a therapist or a coach. It’s all digital. Oh, and the design is really tight… Me: Digital happy-making, […]

The 10 Best Things You’re Not Doing for Your Happiness

Despite the best of intentions, most of us go about the business of being happy the wrong way. It’s easy to talk about what changes you’re going to make to increase positive emotions and have healthier relationships, but talking rarely translates into swift actions in the right direction.   There’s two common problems here: 1. […]

The Painful Truth About Happiness

  By the time you finish this article, you will be 240 seconds closer to death.   In fact, with every second that passes, you are nearer to Meeting Your Maker. The thing about life is nobody get’s out of life alive. Dying is inevitable but living is not. The irony is how we avoid […]

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