5 Tips to reduce mental pain and be happy

Challenges and obstacles are bound to be a part of life. Isn’t it? In this scenario of fluctuating sentiments, you go through all sorts of emotions, joy, pleasure, sorrow, and pain. Here, I want to highlight that pain can be of two types i.e., physical and mental pain, and both of them are related to each other. If you are not physically well, you won’t be able to enjoy even the happiest moment of your life. Similarly, if you are not mentally well or you are going through some emotional turbulence, it will not let you perform to the best of your physical ability.

So, dear friends, here I have got some golden tips for you to manage your well-being or painful living. They will help you come to terms with stress in your life and stay joyful whether you are going through physical or mental pain.

Go to the root cause and find a way out

One most important aspect of our nature is to react to circumstances. I taught myself to maintain calmness and not to overreact, I personal would overreact to the smallest of things and when I took control of my emotions, and allowed them to flow freely, rather than suppressing them. A wonderful thing happened the overactions and the outbursts began to subside and then eventually stopped. That is when I truly began to see a big shift in myself, I became calmer I was at peace and the pain I had significantly reduced. I no longer panicked, no longer did I over analyse and drive myself crazy. I was taking structured action steps.

Make positive thinking your friend

Sometimes, we tend to consider small problems as big complications. So, by trying to maintain a positive state of mind, observing if the problem is as big as it feels, and if it can be broken down into steps to solve. Once you are done, find someone to discuss with. When we speak what is in our heart we allow emotions to flow freely. By following this process we become more relaxed and at ease.

Go online and tap the power of social media

I would recommend you to explore views online to deal with hardships or tough situations. You can also join relevant forums or groups on social media wherein you can discuss your problems. Trust me, people want to help and they can help by coming up with suggestions/feedback you decide whether you want to take it on or not. This is just to help you see another perspective and to decide what feels right to you.

Socialize with people in your local area

Get out of the inner walls and set yourself free. Move out of the house, join meditation, yoga or any other recreational activity that lights you up. Meet people, talk to them, laugh with them. This will allow your mind to be and you will feel refreshed. I am sure you will create a great network of people.

Consult an expert

If you are finding it tough to move forward, you can approach a coach, counsellor or mentor to help you through. They will assist in interpreting/breaking down your situation and help you to come up with suitable steps.

These are some ideas to help you take back control and saying goodbye to a painful life.

If you are suffering from any kind of physical ailments like body pain, back pain, slip disc, headache and so on, it’s important for you to find control over it now, as it can lead to prolonged illness and will ruin your moments of joy and happiness.

I am here for you if you want help, I’m a Pain Transformation Coach who guides you out of pain. I use impactful pain management strategies, one of which is Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). These treatments are all natural non-invasive and are free of painkillers.

Click here if you would like to connect with me. Book an appointment and see if we can move you from pain to comfort and happiness.


Dawn Cady


Dawn Cady is Australia’s premiere transformation & pain management coach and winner of multiple awards for her groundbreaking work. The Neural Alignment Method®  is Dawn’s remarkable brainchild, bringing together the world’s best healing and mindset techniques. With unique expertise and passion, she has helped countless others to achieve real, tangible success, along with a renewed enjoyment and satisfaction in all areas of life.