Pursuing Happiness is a Trap

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Pursuing happiness is marketed by our society as something that we can obtain. And that’s where our mental health started to screw up.

If you are feeling anxious or depressed and have met me years ago, I can make what you feel worse by saying happiness comes from within you, or you just lack gratitude that’s why you’re not happy. Looking back, how I wish time machine exist, so that I can go back in time and punch…

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Adfectus and ML Lingo on the App Store | Self-help Author | Coder | Traveler | Living in Japan

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