This blog post is about self-talk, recovery, and positive attitude, and how this may affect the solution of almost any personal problem, including relationship problems, money problems, or health problems, etc.
This blog post is about our propensity to always compare ourselves with others. In general, I am arguing that we must stop this comparison, and instead be focusing more on our own abilities and happiness.
This blog post is about my Happy-Max argument, which promotes the idea that we must maximize our happiness in order to optimize our life.
This blog post is about the controversial idea that a serious law of attraction student must basically avoid engaging in empathy and sympathy, in order to be able to pave the way for positive momentum.
In today’s Dear Chris column, the question is asked: Although I am very proud of the accomplishments of my daughter, what should I do about my son who is disappointing me? Continue reading “Dear Chris: I’m Proud of My Daughter, But My Son Is Disappointing Me”
In today’s Dear Chris column, the question is asked: Where is my new boyfriend? Why has he not yet manifested? Continue reading “Dear Chris: Where Is My New Boyfriend?”
This blog post is focused on how we rather easily can detect or identify a problem with our beliefs and behavior. If we listen to the bell — the “cognitive dissonance” — we may get clues on how we can proceed, adjusting our beliefs and behavior to increase our happiness and well-being.
This blog post talks about happiness and satisfaction and how these are more or less entirely dependent on our own inner state of being. Only when we are in control of our inner thoughts, beliefs, and emotions do we have a chance to be truly happy and satisfied, in a deeper and more continuous manner.