Blog Post Template: 6 Therapist-Approved Ways to a Happier You

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Use this template as a guide or prompt to help you in writing your own version of the article for your blog, website, email newsletter, or social media platforms.

Blog Post Headlines:

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  • 6 Ways to a Happier You: Therapist Approved
  • 6 Ways to a Happier You: Strategies from Therapy
  • 6 Ways to A Happier You: How Therapy Might Help
  • 6 Happiness Strategies for Busy [Entrepreneurs / Mothers / Group ]

Blog Post Outlines:

Use these as potential outlines for your blog article.

Feel free to edit, add, subtract, or completely rewrite them as you see fit.

Outline Version 1

1. Get enough sleep 
2. Eat healthy foods 
3. Exercise regularly 
4. Spend time with friends and family members you enjoy being around 
5. Find a hobby that is meaningful to you, like painting or reading a book for fun 
6. Try new things – don’t be afraid of what might happen! You never know when something could turn out better than expected 🙂

Outline Version 2

1. Exercise
2. Eat healthy
3. Get enough sleep
4. Meditate
5. Smile more often   
6. Have fun with friends and family

Outline Version 3

1. Connect with friends and family more often 
2. Spend time in nature 
3. Practice self-compassion 
4. Do things that make you laugh out loud every day 
5. Be mindful when thinking about the past or future 
6. Stop comparing yourself to others

Blog Post Intro Paragraph Examples:

Intro Version 1:

You’re probably reading this post because you want to be happier. Who doesn’t? You’ve come to the right place! 

The first step is to stop and think about what you want out of life. 

If your answer isn’t “to be happy,” then it’s time for a change. 

This blog post will give you six different ways to become a happier person. 

Some might seem mundane, but doing them daily can have amazing effects on your mood and outlook on life!

Intro Version 2:

This blog post is about how you can improve your mood and feelings of happiness. We all know that feeling down, or unhappy, can make our day seem miserable and drag on forever. 

This blog post will share six ways to be happier in a variety of circumstances: whether it’s when you’re by yourself, with friends, at work, or even just sitting around the house. 

Whether it’s through practicing gratitude for what we have now or taking time to do something new and exciting, there are many ways we can instantly feel better if only we try them out! 

Do any of these sound familiar? 
Do they describe how you feel sometimes? 
If so then this blog post is for you! Read on to learn more

Intro Version 3:

We’re all human, and we’ve all been there. 

You wake up in the morning with a smile on your face, you’re excited to be alive, and then it happens. 

Life happens. Your alarm goes off before you can even get out of bed for a good stretch, emails are flooding into your inbox with messages that need responses ASAP, and as if that’s not enough – someone calls or texts asking for something else from you. 

Before you know it the day is over and so is your happy mood. 

This blog post contains six ways to help yourself stay happier throughout the day by making small changes in your life:

Blog Post Conclusion Paragraph Examples:

Conclusion Paragraph Version 1:

 If you want more happiness in your life, it may be time to speak with a therapist. 

The benefits of therapy include increased self-compassion and mindfulness, decreased negative thoughts about the past or future, less social comparison (and associated feelings of inadequacy), and improved relationships — all things that lead to greater happiness. 

Speak with one of our therapists today for help finding peace in your life!

Conclusion Paragraph Version 2:

We hope you enjoyed our blog post on how to be happier. If you’re looking for a way to get started, we recommend talking with a therapist about your goals and what would help make them come true. 

It can sometimes take just an hour of therapy to see improvement in happiness levels! 

And who knows? 

You may find that the things that make other people happy are also right up your alley—in which case, why not give it another shot? 

Remember that there is no “right” or “wrong” path when it comes to improving mental health; only different methods of finding happiness through self-care and mindfulness.

Conclusion Paragraph Version 3:

The above six points are just a few of the many strategies that can help increase your happiness levels.

 If you’d like to learn more about how we might be able to use therapy as an intervention for increasing your own happiness, call our office today and schedule time with one of our therapists. 

We guarantee that we will do everything in our power to make sure you feel happy again!

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