Can You Be TOO Happy? 🤨


Can you be TOO happy?
Can you be TOO healthy?

The media bombards us with the belief that you have to drink and eat certain things to celebrate and commiserate. We’ve just got through the festive period where this conditioning is at its strongest, but there is also chocolate on Valentines and at Easter, coupled with hot cross buns, cake, takeaway food etc etc etc

When one begins to see through the clever marketing and then steps away from what the masses are doing, they often get ridiculed and even outcast. For they have become a threat, mirroring what an individual is not ready to face themselves whether that be food, alcohol, or general lifestyle.

Can you be TOO happy?
Can you be TOO healthy?

Dominic and I have heard people say that we are
‘Too happy’ and
‘Too healthy’
‘Why can’t we chill out and eat a bit of crappy party food?’

And actually we do sometimes
But not very often and not very much
I mean why would we when it makes us feel groggy and have less energy?
When we hear someone say something like this we know that it’s actually absolutely not about us, and all about them; that they have not experienced the kind of energy and wellbeing that we enjoy everyday, for if they did then they wouldn’t need to say something like that.

If we feel like eating rubbish then perhaps we will do
But there will be a hangover after
A consequence
And eventually it’s simply not worth it


NO, you cannot be too happy!
NO, you cannot be too healthy!

Member Quote Of The Day.

Read here something that has been said by one of the Quantum Sobriety Online Programme members over in our lively private forum:

I have not had a drink since August (of course)
and amazingly haven’t missed it!
Residential Retreat and Online Member

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