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50 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Happiness

Best Life Logo By Ari Notis of Best Life | Slide 1 of 51: Everyone wants to be happier. Sure, such a statement might sound obvious—happiness is a basic human desire, after all—but it's a bit more complex than it seems. In fact, when it comes to happiness, many people (yes, you included) sabotage their own success without even realizing it. They repeatedly pursue incompatible romantic partners, or set the bar for success at unreasonable heights, or even just spend hours inside and out of sunlight (and, as a result, away from sweet, sweet Vitamin D).Put another way: When it comes to the never-ending pursuit of happiness, you're probably your own worst enemy. Here are 50 ways how, straight from psychologists, life coaches, and other experts. To maximize your mood, cut this behavior out—stat. And if you're hunting for an instant mood boost, Toss These 25 Things from Your House for Instant Happiness.

50 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Happiness

Everyone wants to be happier. Sure, such a statement might sound obvious—happiness is a basic human desire, after all—but it's a bit more complex than it seems. In fact, when it comes to happiness, many people (yes, you included) sabotage their own success without even realizing it. They repeatedly pursue incompatible romantic partners, or set the bar for success at unreasonable heights, or even just spend hours inside and out of sunlight (and, as a result, away from sweet, sweet Vitamin D).

Put another way: When it comes to the never-ending pursuit of happiness, you're probably your own worst enemy. Here are 50 ways how, straight from psychologists, life coaches, and other experts. To maximize your mood, cut this behavior out—stat. And if you're hunting for an instant mood boost, Toss These 25 Things from Your House for Instant Happiness.

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