4 Ways to Make a Happy Life Surrounded by Negatives

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Have you heard of a famous quote, "Are we happy to create, not someone else,"? Indeed, you alone can control your emotions. However, not everyone is able to regulate the ups and downs of emotions. Sometimes, influences from the environment and people around contribute to your mood up to 180 degrees. Now, which has always been a question to date, there really isn't a way to live happily even though it is present in the midst of negative people?

How to live happily in even negative situations

Before blaming others because of the mood was destroyed instantly, it turned out that your own brain was involved as one of the triggers. Yes, the brain is a body organ that is very sensitive to all things, from negative to positive smells.

The signals captured by the brain will be transmitted to nerve cells in the body to give a certain response. Whether it's angry, disappointed, sad, and happy. Therefore, the real key to living happily is controlling your emotions and responses to negative things.

However, where do you start? Here are the steps!

1. Find out the triggers of negative emotions

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Everything that happens must have a cause, including why you feel surrounded by negative air from the people around. As a first step, identify the root of the problem from the discomfort.

Maybe you feel uncomfortable because you hear a friend who talks about the ugliness of other people behind, made a month by a partner who is being lit up by emotion, or an office friend who likes it. [19659004] Trying to find out one by one, slowly but surely will help you to realize what factors create a negative aura around you.

2. Focus on things that can be controlled

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There are many things that you cannot control in this world, such as road conditions when you go to school, campus or office. Trying to control things beyond your control will make you difficult to be happy. So, the key is to focus on things you can control.

For example, traffic jams are severe, what you can control is your own reaction. Realize that congestion is out of your control. All you can do is focus on finding alternative paths or shortcuts or looking for busyness in the midst of traffic jams such as replying to chat or e-mail so that time is not wasted. In addition to distracting you from negative emotions, you can also be more productive.

3. Awaken positive suggestions

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<p> When you think of negative things over and over, it might actually happen. This is because your own mind greatly influences your actions. In other words like this, for example you are enveloped in nervousness on the first date. </p>
<p> The reality? Sure enough, you are nervous half dead when you first meet up to the point where you often make embarrassing trivial mistakes. It is all the influence of suggestion. When you believe bad things will come, then without taking a long time the thought seems to be present in the real world. Similarly, when you focus on thinking something positive. </p>
<p> In the psychological side, this condition is known as "[perception] is projection" </em>. Or easy, what is in your perception can easily be realized in real life. </p>
<p> So as much as possible stay away from bad thoughts and create good thoughts even though they are trapped in an uncomfortable environment. </p>
<h3> 4. Fertilize yourself with good emotions.</p>
<p> Happiness is difficult to achieve without being accompanied by maximum effort. It's useless that you continue to curse yourself for being annoyed with the attitude of the people around, but not trying to get rid of the feeling of "blocking" it. other activities that can make you happy. Reading a favorite book, dancing while listening to music in a room, watching a movie, or doing yoga can be a number of positive activity choices. </p>
<p> After completing all of these steps, try to feel a change in your emotions. Have you felt better than before? </p>
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