2 thoughts on “It’s Not What You Have But How You See it: How to Live With Contentment

  • May 9, 2012 at 6:30 pm

    Thanks for the blog! Not only in my therapy practice but in my personal life do I see people forgot the importance of contentment/happiness. We often forget what we have and focus on what we don’t have. I like how you provide a list of ways to assist us in understanding how to find happiness and appreciate what we do have. Thanks for a great blog. I truly enjoyed it!

  • May 10, 2012 at 10:36 pm

    Add Hobbies to Living with Contentment.
    Hobbies provide self-accomplishment and obtainable goals.
    Skills are developed; perfected and perhaps new friendships are formed with the realms of the hobby.
    A sense ownership of a task completed is milestone that otherwise in a circular constant reactionary world is never met. Connected 24/7/365, nothing gets completed accept answering voice calls/emails/text, and then those tasks become the hobby with no end.


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