Share your stories

How is the Happy L.I.F.E. Experiment effecting your day-to-day life?  Have you had a positive experience you’d like to share with the LIFE community?  Or maybe you’re having trouble fulfilling the daily requirements and could use some support.  Post your experiences here.  The more we share the more we learn, and the more we learn, the more we grow!  We may even share some of your feedback in our “Community Comments” sidebar to help guide others along their journey.

11 Responses to Share your stories

  1. Maddisen says:

    I took the survey – this sounds like it’s going to be a blast!

  2. Lisa says:

    This morning at church my pastor said that for many many years, as long as he can remember and even still today, his Mother (in her beautiful handwriting) writes him notes of appreciation. He said he finally asked her why she has always done this and her reply was “don’t ever assume someone knows how much you love and appreciate them; make sure to always take the time to let them know it”. What a great lesson!

  3. Palmer Rubin says:

    I called my dad today and told that he’s one of the most eccentric people I’ve ever known.
    Luckily he took this as a compliment, as it was meant to be.

  4. mrsfeltz says:

    I was at a bookstore with my sister-n-law searching for books on meditation and inspiration and shared with her some of the troubles I have been struggling with in my life lately. I was so thankful for her just being there to listen. Just sharing how I have been feeling about the stresses made things seem easier to handle. I was even more surprised when I received a very thoughtful quote via text message later this evening that unknowingly to her I needed to read at that exact moment to pick my spirits up and bring back my positive outlook on life. The universe works in the most amazing ways. Today I am so thankful for my sister-n-law and her open ears and heart!

  5. Shelly Batcher says:

    I was doing some cleaning on Sunday and ran into a box I had tucked away for quite some time. As soon as I opened it inexpressible emotion had hit me pretty hard. The box was filled with memories from family and friends that were given to us right after my son was born with down syndrome 18 years ago. There is not a day that goes by that Jacob is not smiling, laughing or making someone else smile along side him on their worst day. His unconditional love has changed our family and others in so many ways. This HUGE thanks goes out to anyone that has ever taken care of a child with special needs. Your heart and skill bring a special magic in working with a special needs child and I thank you so much for all you do! :)

  6. Will Brooks says:

    In preparing for my upcoming marriage, my fiancé and I have been meeting with our pastor for pre-marital counseling sessions on a bi-weekly basis. During our meetings this past week, we have discussed the importance of showing consistent signs gratitude for each other during our marriage. One thing that seems to be missing from a lot of marriages these days is for couples to show their enjoyment for each other for the routine things that they do to make each of their lives better (i.e. husband making dinner for family, wife balancing the checkbook, et. al) that often go unnoticed and unappreciated. These are actually the things we need to do a better job at showing gratitude for because they can become nuisances to us if we feel that the only reason we are doing it is because it has to be done. I hope that I can remember to consistently say “thanks” to my future wife for all of the things she does so that I can put a smile on her face because she knows that I appreciate the time and commitment she puts forth.

  7. drmerri says:

    As a TNR doc, this is perfect for myself and my team…
    We start today!

  8. chloe says:

    Nice to be visiting your blog again, it has been weeks for me. Well, this is the article that I’ve been waited for so long. Thanks, great share.

  9. Kurt V says:

    Everyday is a new day. Thanks for the stories

  10. stef.warrior says:

    This is such a beautiful and important aspect of true health and wellness. We must train and develop our positive negative and neutral minds. As Doctor’s of the Future it is imperative that we learn how to be masters of our destiny’s so that we may help others see the light and learn to live more well rounded lifestyles.

    I am so very thankful for LIFE University and what it offers to the global community.

    I am proud to be a student and member of Happy Life

  11. asi says:

    Thanks for everyone’s stories.

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