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I was recently looking at a website by Gabriel Bernstein and noticed something interesting.  She posed a question that made me stop and think.

“Are you the happiest person you know?”

Interesting question, right?

Are you?  Am I?  Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our own negative stories that we forget to be happy in spite of them. 

Don’t get me wrong, many of our stories are really tough, whether it be financial, health or mental issues or relationship problems, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still be happy.

Find out how to be happy and well without perfect health here.

Sound crazy?

Maybe a little but it’s true.  Of course we all need a little time to grieve and process a new situation that is bringing us to our knees, but, after we are done working though our issue, it is possible to return back to a place of joy.

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How hard is it to think that way when you are in the middle of a crisis?

Seriously hard.

I totally get that because after four cancers and two autoimmune diseases, I’ve had to pull myself up by my bootstraps more times than I care to remember.  It’s easy to start thinking that luck isn’t on our side or that we are a product of our situations and give up on the idea that something better will ever happen to us.

Those thoughts are a lie!  Don’t believe the negative voices in your head.

Through all my disease hell, I’ve come up with a simple process I want to share to get you back to ‘happy’ (click here and find out how).

It’s a really easy technique that changes our perception of how we see our situations.  It pulls us out of our issues so they don’t attach to us like cement boots (it’s hard to move forward in life when you’re walking in cement boots).

I feel so strongly about the importance of this, I’m offering tips on how to become well and the happiest version of yourself in a short seminar on February 3rd for FREE!

Here’s what you are going to learn in this 45 minute tele-seminar:

  1. We are not a victim to our situation, EVER
  2. How to disconnect from your negative story so it doesn’t drag you down
  3. No matter how bad things may seem, there is always a positive lesson in them for us
  4. Small shifts make a huge impact in our lives
  5. It is possible to be well without perfect health or financial status, or family issues, or mental problems, or whatever is destroying your ability to be happy.  We control the steering wheel down the road of life

Sound like a lot to get done in 45 minutes?  Maybe, but  I think we can make it happen.

Please join me:

When:   Wednesday February 3rd at 2:00 – 2:45pm Pacific Standard Time

Where:  In the comfort of your own home or where ever you want to be

How:   By phone.  You don’t even need a computer

Why:  Because you deserve to be the happiest version of yourself!

All you need to do is click this link and you are one step closer to wellness in mind, body, and soul!

I hope we talk soon.  Remember, you have nothing to lose!

About the Author
LisaDouthit.comLisa Douthit is the author of Amazon’s #1 bestselling book, Wellness Warrior – Fighting for Life in Fabulous Shoes and an Integrative Health Consultant who is passionate about healing from all perspectives.  After struggling with multiple bouts of cancer and autoimmune disease, no one understands the physical, spiritual, and emotional rollercoaster better than she does. As one of the 40 million American women currently suffering with an autoimmune disease, she made it her mission to have a voice for all those with an invisible illness, and prove you can be well without perfect health. She has a private Facebook Group called Wellness Warrior Tribe for all those with chronic illness looking for support and encouragement.  For more out of the box thinking that is guaranteed to bring you joy, Like her FaceBook Page Here or join the tribe Here.

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  • Kathleen Fessenden

    Where is the link?

    • Lisa Douthit

      It is hyperlinked which means if you click the pink headings in the text it will go to the sign-up page.

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