Happiness is overrated. Instead, try allowing yourself to be totally miserable. It might make you happier than you have ever been. Let us explain.
We are sad because we compare ourselves with the whole world. We feel that the world outside is just happier than myself. Social media makes it more complicated. Happiness on social media is more deceptive.  Some one getting dream job or a creating perfect families. While you lying on our couch watching television sops and eating fries. Happyho also provide best Meditation classes and yoga classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
But constant happiness is overrated. Not only is it overrated, but it’s totally unachievable.
In fact, says Gina Clarke, a psychotherapist at Click for Therapy, expecting to be constantly happy is harmful. “Everybody’s mood fluctuates, we all have ups and downs and a widen range of emotions,” she says, pointing towards the kids movie Inside Out as an analogy.
“If we expect to be constantly happy, then we judge that to feel any other emotion is wrong and therefore we internalize that we are bad if we feel sad, angry, frustrated, and so on, when in actual fact in order to feel happy, to process the difficult stuff that happens, we need to accept other emotions.”
And if, as studies suggest, half of workers in any country today would rather be in a different job; some 60 per cent of people report being in an unhappy relationship; and social media is making us unsatisfied, it’s unlikely that everyone around you is as happy as they seem. And you might hope that we’re not all doomed to endure these feelings for the rest of our lives.
The world’s happiest man says one thing is making him unhappy
That’s why experiencing sadness or discomfort can be useful.
Acceptance of ourselves, acceptance of what’s happening in our lives, acceptance of those around us, has much to help our unhappy state of mind. If we feel unhappy in the moment we should ask ourselves why, what’s going on, and assess our emotions over time. Some people write it down, journal, some talk with others, some just note then feelings.”
If we ask ourself why I feel unhappy, and why is that, and why is that really. Keep going until I get to the root cause of your unhappiness.”
In the long term, then unhappiness might just be the key to happiness.