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Going for happiness

By Maria Gregoriou

Do you feel that something is missing from your life but you just can’t put your finger on it? Or maybe you think you have all you need to make you happy but you just have that sinking feeling that it could be better?

We all have these thoughts and feelings from time to time and the main question that often follows is what can be done to turn things around.

One way could be to attend the inspirational talk on Thursday at the Soloneion book centre in Nicosia entitled I Want to Change My Life.

The hour-long talk will be presented by Myroulla Mallouppa and Andreas Mesarites. The two will join forces to show us how influential our own perception of ourselves can be on how we feel and our overall happiness. They will also explain how this positive or negative perception influences the situations we find ourselves in.

The two inspirational talkers will also touch on how our perception of ourselves affects our stress levels and our health. They will also answer questions and inform on how we can change our perception to positively influence our situations, our way of living, the way we look at things and to give us a much healthier look at changing our lives

Mallouppa has been studying the human psyche for over 25 years. For the last ten she has been involved in helping individuals to correctly handle situations in both their personal and professional lives.

Andreas Mesarites has had a long career as a communications consultant and a brand strategist, with an active focus on emotional empowerment.

Together these two professionals created the business concept Smart Responses Strategies. This concept aims to help individuals and groups of people to overcome boundaries that hinder them from being successful.
Participation in this event is free, but do call the book centre to tell them of your presence.

I Want to Change My Life
Inspirational talk about how you can change your life for the better. February 11. Soloneion Book Centre, Nicosia. 6.30pm. Free. In Greek. Tel: 22-666799

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