Help me please??

I want to know if it's possible to attract happiness to another person's life.My daughter is fifteen years old and she's recently gotten into some difficulties. She seems to always be in trouble for one thing or another and has very low moods. Just when I think we are reaching a turning point, something else goes wrong. Today for example we have been doing just fine lately but today the opportunity arose for her and two friends to skip school. I caught them out and now my daughter is in trouble as a result.She always seems unhappy and her friends are so negative you wouldn't believe it. I try to guide her by asking whether her friends ever have happy news etc...But my question is this: can I do something to attract good things to my daughter?I praise her when she does well and I talk her through things that she's done wrong like breaking rules but I just really want her to be a happy kid again.What can I do? How can I change myself and my thoughts to bring good things to my daughter. I love her with every single piece of me and I just want her to feel safe, loved and happy.

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  • Abe quote today:

    The best thing you could do for anyone that you love, is be happy! And the very worst thing that you could do for anyone that you love, is be unhappy, and then ask them to to try to change it, when there is nothing that anybody else can do that will make you happy. If it is your dominant intent to hold yourself in vibrational harmony with who you really are, you could never offer any action that would cause anybody else to be unhappy.


    Excerpted from the workshop: Chicago, IL on April 25, 1999

  • Feeling happy is a behaviour based on internal decisions that we make as is feeling safe and she must make these for herself. What you can do is to find these things within yourself and through a process of resonance that will increase those things in her. It's up to her though how much she will allow that at a subconscious level.

    There will be ups and downs of course. Celebrate any up no matter how small and when there is a down take a breath and relax, refocus. If she has trouble hearing compliments do it silently. Acknowledge anything good that she does and anything good you see in her. Telepathically she will get that message and you will get the benefit of that also.



  • If your daughter isn't familiar with the loa I think this is the time to change that. it's best if your daughter starts working on her hapiness herself. You can look if you can find 'the secret to teen power' book, I'm sure this will give her faith!
  • Thank you everyone for the advice
  • Whenever you focus on your daughter, focus on whatever about her brings you joy.  Her smile, her writing style...her cute nose...whatever makes you smile and fills your heart with joy, think of that and when any thoughts about anything "off" come to your mind, distract yourself with anything else you can think about.  That's Abe's advice.  Here's a little more:   Allow teenagers to choose     A challenging teenage daughter

  • I pretty much agree with Liana.  We each give off our own vibrations and we receive based upon that.  Your daughter is sending out her own and no matter what you do, you cannot change her vibrations.  Only by bonding and perhaps helping her to find a different focus will her vibrations change.  She is a free willed spirit.  My youngest son began similarly and after a couple of visits to the police station on minor things, did I say anything of value in that I suggested that if he didn't be more selective of those he chums with, then he will have to pay the consequences of his choices.  I told him that every time something goes wrong in the community, the police will be knocking on our door first until the reputation changes.  It only took one more time for an incident he was not involved in, to wake up.  He changed his friendships...

    Perhaps I was lucky, hopefully you can find a way to help your daughter.


  • My mother never guided me much, but one of the things she said to me that I will never forget is this: "When you are sick and tired of your situation, you will change it!".  Unless your daughter is clinically depressed (which is a different kettle of fish altogether), then the unhappiness is not the problem in itself, but only a symptom caused by something else. She IS a teenager, and these things are very normal for someone her age. She is going through all kinds of changes, physical and otherwise.  My best advice to you would be to "bond" with her. Don't just talk to her when she's done something wrong or right... Take her out to her favorite place to eat and ask her about her hopes and dreams for the future... What does she want to be? Does she want to go to college after she graduates? Travel the world? Start a business? Get her EXCITED and hopeful. (And whatever she says, try your best to support her). Once you have her thinking positive thoughts about her future and working towards that, I think everything else will fall into place by itself.

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