You have two choices in all of your relationships: you can make other people miserable, or you can make them happy. Making other people miserable will affect your relationships and life negatively. Making other people happy will affect your relationships and your entire life positively. For most people, it’s a no-brainer which one to choose. If you want to make other people happy, you need to think a certain way, and that’s where affirmations come in. They can help you see the importance of making other people happy and then help you behave in a way that makes other people happy.
12 Affirmations That Will Motivate You To Make Other People Happy
1. Seeing Others Happy Makes Me Happy
When we see someone else smile, it triggers activity in the brain’s ‘reward center,’ which is the same region that is activated when we ourselves feel happy. In other words, witnessing someone else’s happiness makes us happy too.
Scientists believe that this phenomenon is due to the fact that humans are social creatures who rely on each other for survival. Throughout our evolution, we have developed a strong sense of empathy, which allows us to understand and share the emotions of others. When we see someone else experiencing positive emotions, it helps to reinforce our own sense of well-being and reinforces our social bonds.
In short, making others happy makes us happy because it is essential for our survival as a species.
2. I Enjoy Making Others Smile And Laugh
Anyone who has ever made someone else smile or laugh knows the feeling of happiness it can create. In fact, the simple act of smiling is contagious and can help to improve our moods and reduce stress.
When we affirm that we enjoy making others smile and laugh, we are setting the intention to spread happiness. We do what we enjoy, so if we enjoy making others happy, we will do it.
3. It Brings Me Great Satisfaction To Know I Made Someone Else’s Day Brighter
When you feel really good about bringing happiness to someone else’s day, you will do it often. It will become addicting to do it because it brings you so much satisfaction.
It’s a satisfying feeling knowing that we’ve made someone’s day brighter. And when we make a habit of bringing happiness to others, it inevitably comes back to us.
4. I Take Pleasure In Seeing Others Happy
When you affirm that you take pleasure in seeing others happy and content, you are essentially affirming that you are a kind and caring person. This affirmation can help to reinforce these qualities within you, which ensures that you are someone who is making other people happy often.
You can boost this affirmation by adding a name to it. For instance, ‘I take pleasure in seeing Bob happy’ or ‘I take pleasure in seeing Corey happy’.
5. I Love Making Others Feel Appreciated
One of the best ways to make others feel happy is to let them know that you appreciate them. Whether it’s a simple “thank you” or a more heartfelt expression of gratitude, affirming that you love making others feel appreciated can help you be someone who makes other people happy.
Appreciation is one of the most fundamental human emotions. When we feel appreciated, it affirms our self-worth and reminds us that we are valued by others. This boost to our self-esteem can lead to increased happiness, a sense of belonging, and improved physical health.
Unfortunately, appreciation is often in short supply. In today’s fast-paced world, it’s all too easy to take our loved ones for granted and to focus on what’s going wrong rather than what’s going right. By making a conscious effort to appreciate the people in our lives, we can make them happier.
6. I Am Grateful For The Opportunity To Make Other People Happy
One of the simplest yet most profound things you can do to make others happy is to be grateful for your ability to do it.
When you say these words, and truly mean them, you are acknowledging that you have something special to offer others. You are affirming your belief that you can make a positive impact on those around you.
This simple act of affirmation can help to change your mindset from one of self-doubt and insecurity to one of confidence and optimism. When you are grateful for the fact that you can make a difference in other people’s lives, you will be more likely to take action and create positive change.
7. It Is My Desire To See Others Happy
When you sincerely want to see others happy and successful, it naturally follows that you will do things that make them happy. You will go out of your way to help them, to make them feel comfortable and accepted, and to encourage them in their endeavors.
8. I Always Look For A Way To Make Other People Happy
By affirming this, you’re setting the intention to be someone who looks for opportunities to make others feel good. This doesn’t mean that you have to be constantly smiling or cracking jokes – although those things can certainly help. Just being present and open to opportunities can go a long way in making other people happy.
9. I Am Committed To Making Other People Feel Good
When you make the commitment to making others feel good about themselves, you are saying that you value their happiness and well-being, and what you value in life you focus on.
10. I Have A Gift For Making Other People Feel Good
When you are able to make others feel good, it is a gift. It’s not always easy to do, but it’s something that can be worked on. When you affirm that you have this gift, it can help you be more aware of opportunities to use it. It can also help you be more confident in your ability to make others happy.
One of the best ways to improve your ability to make other people happy is to learn to be more self-aware. Pay attention to your own emotions and try to be honest with yourself about what makes you happy. When you know what brings joy into your life, it will be easier to share that happiness with others.
In addition, try to be more understanding and patient with people. Everyone has their own unique set of experiences and challenges, so it’s important to give others the benefit of the doubt.
Finally, don’t forget the power of a simple act of kindness. A thoughtful gesture can go a long way in making someone else’s day. By taking these steps, you can become a master of making other people happy.
11. I Treat Others The Way I Want To Be Treated
Affirming the Golden Rule – “I treat others the way I want to be treated” – can help us to be the person we want to be: someone who is kind, respectful, and loving.
When we make a conscious effort to act in accordance with the Golden Rule, we not only make those around us happy, but we also feel better ourselves. When we are kind and considerate towards others, we are more likely to receive the same treatment in return.
12. I Am A Positive Force In Other People’s Lives
We all have the power to make a positive difference in the lives of others. By affirming that we are a positive force in other people’s lives, we can help create a domino effect of happiness.
So how can we be a positive force in other people’s lives?
One way is simply to be friendly and approachable. Smile at strangers, say hello, or offer help when you see someone struggling. Small acts of kindness can go a long way in making someone’s day.
Another way to make others happy is to be a good listener. Really pay attention when someone is talking to you and show that you care about what they’re saying.
Finally, try to be a source of positivity in general. Avoid complaining or gossiping, and instead focus on the good in people and situations.