Imagine waking up each morning excited to start the day because you know it will be filled with joy, fun, and happiness.
You can absolutely have this kind of life. It’s not a pipe dream, but it will require change.
Think about it; you can change three things:
Victor Frankl, a Holocaust survivor, wrote about this in his book, Man’s Search for Meaning, which the Library of Congress lists among the Ten Most Influential Books. Victor, a psychiatrist, spent three years at the Auchwitz Concentration Camp. He knew he could not change his circumstances, but he was completely free to determine what thoughts he would dwell on, what attitude he could choose to have, and what actions and responses he could put forth.