1. Sleep on it!


It’s usually the over thinking that gets on your nerves. To put a stop to this over enthusiastic brain of yours is not an easy task. The best thing you can do is ‘Sleep on it.’

2. Sweat that feeling out!

It’s the best way to pump yourself up! A good work out not only keeps you fit but also pumps the right amount of endorphins through your body. When you’re done, congratulate yourself for being happier.

3. It’s all okay.


Forgiveness is a short-cut to losing a few pounds off the mind. Hate just piles up, forming a big mountain on your head, making the head heavier than ever. Let go of all that you’ve been holding against someone and move on to be happier.

4. Embrace the goodness of life

Be thankful for all the good things in life. Quite often, we chase what we want and when we fail to get a hold of it, disappointment takes over. Relax. You’ve got all that you ‘need.’ And that’s all that matters.

5.The sun shines for you!

Quite a few books and movies refer sunlight to a symbol of hope and happiness. Well, guess what? It’s actually true. A good sun bath often rejuvenates your body, mind and soul. It’s time you draw the curtains and let the light in!

6. Chug some H2O

Like how the light is good for you, so is water. These natural elements have mysterious ways of keeping you happy! A glass of water is relieving in many circumstances like pressure, stress and yes, sadness. There‘s more to water than meets the eye!

7. Friends carry the weight for you!


Few Relationships In Earth Never Die! Sharing experiences is the most blissful thing one could have. Jokes, stories, emotions and so on;to be understood, to relate, to be cared for or simply to be heard definitely makes you feel like you’re not alone in the game of life.

8. Be inspired!

Yes! As treacherous as it sounds for some of us, it does help! Pick a book or couple of your favourite websites and read. A lot of wise people have been through what you’re going through and hey! They made it to the other side where the grass is greener. Their experiences and the way they resolved conflicts could come in handy while you resolve yours.

9. Pen in down, let it flow!

Confiding in someone, trying to make them understand may not always solve your problems. If no one helps, you are to help yourself! After all, you know yourself the best! Start speaking to yourself;write your thoughts on a sheet of paper. Who knows? As you keep writing rather talking to yourself , you might just find solutions and live to be a happier being.