Finding Happiness and Satisfaction

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For most of my life, I've been an introverted, self-conscious mess of a person. Now that I'm in college, I'm an introverted, self-conscious mess, but I've increased my self-confidence and self-esteem, and I have several good friends that I work with, eat with, go out with, and suffer with in nursing school. However, having never been in a committed relationship, I feel as though there is a void in my life that should be filled happiness, hard work, and dedication. There have been (relatively speaking) dark times where I've thought I would never fall in love, I would never have someone to go home to, and I would be single to my dying breath. Silly, right? At the end of such spells, I resign myself to let things happen as they may while taking opportunities to try new things and experience life as I see fit. To find happiness and satisfaction in my life, I need something to change the way I think about myself, my circumstances, and my life ahead: I'm turning to Dr. David Burns' Feeling Good cognitive-behavioral therapy book for this. Wish me luck!
Blog Community Quality of Life Commitments 10/02/2019 8:26pm CDT

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