My Self Help Book:

This book is only 1 sentence!   Why should you be happy?  

The constitution says you have the right to peruse happiness. It does not say you have a right to happiness!     The current generation has been brought up due mainly to advertising campaigns to believe they have the right to happiness. They do not expect suffering or failure to be normal human affairs, except for poor or ethnic people.  

My parents’ generation didn’t expect to be happy so they worked hard to make a better life for their children.  Their children expect to be happy so they take medications and drugs to be happy instead of expecting to work hard to better their circumstances. Sometimes this is caused by, they don’t need to work as hard as their parents because their parents provided them much of what they were working hard for.  But mostly unhappiness or discontent is caused by a skill deficit and expectations.  What are you doing to deserve to be happy? 

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One Response to My Self Help Book:

  1. CB writes:
    Really good observation and true. But, what now? Does it sort it self out in the process of elimination of time or is there a solution?

    Dr. Brilliant comments:

    That’s another book! INTENT, and the behaviors one chooses that lead to it.

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