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Everyone’s inner child is different. The simple happiness, no stress, and peaceful calm that children tend to easily find seems to dwindle as we grow older and enter adulthood. Finding your inner child again can help you get through tough times and persevere towards your goals. If you find yourself in a rut, try to find that child. Here are a few tips to get you started. 


What Do You Enjoy?


What are some activities that you genuinely enjoy doing? What are the activities that you get excited about, that you constantly want to do, and cause you to light up? As adults, we generally think about the tasks that need to be done, the people we need to take care of, and all of our responsibilities. Remember to take a break from all of that and do what makes you happy. 


Who Makes You Happy?


Who makes you happy? Spend time with those people! Do what you love with those you love. That will spark a joy that often gets forgotten about in the day-to-day life of an adult. We have many responsibilities in life, and we can find ourselves surrounded by people we do not enjoy that much. Think about the people you enjoy spending time with, and whenever possible, focus on spending time with them. 


Live in the Moment


Try to live in the moment. Children rarely find themselves worrying about the future or contemplating the past. When you have the opportunity to do something you enjoy, stay in the moment and acknowledge how you feel.


Let Go of What Is Out of Your Control


If something is beyond your control, try to let it go. This practice will help you in many areas of life. Whenever you can, let go of the stressful situations in your life and enjoy the moments that you can control. 


Finding your inner child can be challenging. As adults, we get caught up in the day-to-day responsibilities of adulthood. Often we do activities that we do not enjoy that much. If you struggle with mental health issues or addiction, finding true happiness and peace is very important. Try to find the activities you enjoy doing. Focus on the present and try to let stress go. Here at The Guest House, we know how hard it can be to analyze your mental health issues and find your happiness. We are here to help. Call us today to learn more about how we can support you at (855) 483-7800.