Happiness is a choice, even if not many people realize it. Except for extreme cases, when you have lost someone, for example, you are entirely in charge of your emotional response. You can choose to obsess forever over how someone wronged you, or you can think of something else. Here are some tips on how … Read moreHappiness is a choice
Depressed people, as it turns out, see life more clearly than their peers, the optimists, who might be outright delusional. Here is what PsychologyToday has to say about it: While people with depression can suffer from cognitive distortions, the scientific literature suggests that those with only mild-to-moderate depression can also have more accurate judgment about … Read moreLife is bad. It will get worse. In fact, it was never good. Now, get over it and fix it!
Look at the Glass of Evil, figuratively speaking. It’s already full. If you choose to return evil for evil to your offender, you only contribute to it filling even more, with your evil and energies, making your offender more evil in the process… And their responses will not only fail to improve. They will actually … Read moreReturn Evil for Evil and Suffer… Or Return Good and Reap Goodness!