How To Put Happiness Back In Your Holidays

How To Put Happiness Back In Your Holidays

How To Put Happiness Back In Your Holidays

The Holiday Season is intended to give us a break from life’s pressures, a chance to get together with family, friends and loved ones, to reflect on the past year and look forward to a bright new year. However for many, the Holiday season is anything but a holiday often bringing out our darkest issues: loneliness, depression, loss, grief, stress and arguments at home and the work place.

“For some the pressure of being able to afford to buy gifts for loved ones or having to face family members with unresolved issues is just too taxing”, says Patrick Wanis, Life Coach, Human Behavior and Relationship Expert, Author of of  “How to Find Happiness” and “Finding GOD –Spiritual Strategies to Help YOU Find Happiness, Fulfillment and Inner Peace.”

So what is the answer? How can we put the “happy” back into the holidays?

Wanis, who has coached various celebrities, reveals the 5 keys to putting happiness back into Happy Holidays:

  1. Forgive yourself and others for the mistakes you made this year
  2. Stop seeking other people’s approval
  3. When people are mad, angry or just plain rude, remember it is about them, not about you
  4. Seek closure where possible and reach out to people who you have wronged or who have wronged you
  5. Take down time to find your purpose

Wanis can also demonstrate to your host and audience how to diffuse stressful situations, arguments, stress, depression, how to relax, have fun and be Happy this Holiday season. With simple clear and concise techniques, Wanis will teach your audience how to take charge of how they think, feel and respond.

Wanis is available to offer powerful tips, techniques and strategies and answer questions on:

  • How to handle the in-laws, spouse and other family members
  • The best gift to give to your spouse or partner
  • Loneliness
  • What to tell your children when you can’t afford to buy what they want
  • The key to feeling better during times of depression
  • How to diffuse or prevent arguments

Other articles and audio interviews by Patrick Wanis on The Holidays and The Holiday Season

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