17 Ways We Sabotage Our Own Happiness

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Having an unbalanced diet

What you eat can have a major impact on your overall health and well-being. Most of us forget that our bodies, as well as our brains, need to receive proper vitamins and nutrients to perform their functions properly.  The right foods can boost our mood and make us feel happier. “Vitamins B12, B6, and B3 facilitate the communication between neurons and the transport of neurotransmitters,” Bruno explains. “A healthy brain means better chemical balance, and ultimately a better mood.”

Speaking of which, discover 7 awesome foods that will uplift your mood in no time!

 

Having extra high expectations

Having high standards can sometimes be a good thing. It can lead to better businesses, better relationships. On the other hand, setting your goals too high and having unrealistic expectations will only make you feel deflated and disappointed when things don’t go the way you expected them to.

If you’re always searching for perfection and won’t accept anything less, your creativity and creation process will take the biggest hit, says G. Brian Benson, life coach and author of Habits for Success: Inspired Ideas to Help You Soar. For some, the pressure of having something be perfect keeps them from even starting. And for others, it never allows them to finish because it will never be ‘perfect.'”

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