How to Stop Feeling Responsible for Other People’s Happiness.

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I’m excited to share this post on feeling responsible for other people’s happiness, because I know this topic will resonate with so many of you.

Recently, a friend was telling me about her marriage that is falling apart and what a rough time she is having. I remember feeling the urge and almost need to make things better for her.

As a life coach and someone who naturally wants to help, I automatically go into “fix” mode when someone isn’t happy. I want everyone to feel good.

Logically, I know that I am not responsible for other people’s happiness. None of us are. But this can be a really hard pill to swallow, especially if you’re a nurturing person. You want to help them find the answers that will ultimately lead them back to happiness and joy.

But trying to fix their problems is actually doing them a huge disservice. (I explain why in the video!)

Check it out!

What will you do moving forward to support your family or friends that are in need?
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Here’s to getting shift done and creating a rich, fulfilling and delicious life you love!

Carly Cooper

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