10 Great Reasons to Love Your Life ...


Sometimes, you may have days (or even weeks or months) when you're stuck in a funk that leaves you looking for reasons to love your life again, so you can shake the dark cloud over your head.

We all go through tough times when we feel like it's the end of the world and things couldn't possibly get any worse.

When this happens, it's important to remember that you still have so many new experiences ahead to look forward to!

So whether you're having a tough time, or just want a happiness boost, here are 10 great reasons to love your life that you should always remember.

1. You Have People Who Love You

This is one of the most obvious reasons to love your life, but when you are feeling down it can be hard to remember this simple fact.2

Whether it's your parents, your child, your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, best friend, sibling, cousin, or even your pet...

someone, somewhere, loves you.

If you are lucky enough to be in a serious relationship, realize that you already have something that people are searching for desperately.

If you are single, love the fact that you still get to look forward to experiencing a first kiss, a first date, and every other amazing feeling that comes along with a new love.

If both or either of your parents are alive and love you, love the fact that they are still in your life, as some people have never met their parents or have lost one or both already.

If you have a child that loves you, realize that there are people in the world who can't ever have children and realize how lucky you are.

2. You Have a Job

If you are one of the lucky few who has a stable job right now, then that is a huge reason to love your life.2

So many people are desperate for work right now, so even if your job is the source for some of your unhappiness, remind yourself of this fact.

Maybe you have a job that you hate, or a career that isn't what you hoped to have, but at least be happy that you have an income of some kind to feed, clothe, and shelter you.2

If you don't have a job, try to enjoy your free time when you can.

Instead of sitting around being miserable that you're unemployed, do something that doesn't cost money to make yourself happy.

Check out a library book and read it outside on a nice day or take your dog to a dog park and watch all the different kinds of breeds.

You will cherish your free time once you get a job and don't have as much of it.

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