“What we have to discover is that there’s no safety, that seeking is painful, and that when we imagine that we have found it, we don’t like it.”
I remember reading a book called “The happiness trap” It’s centered around a premise that happiness is an elusive state. Highly valued, relentlessly perused, rarely experienced. Ironically, the harder we try to buy, seize, or closet happiness, the less likely we are to be happy. Indeed, even talking about “how we can be happy” often leaves us with a sense of dissatisfaction – the happiness trap. Dr Russ Harris shared techniques that focus on increasing an ability to accept things outside of our control, will help you develop the courage to change the things that can be changed, and will further develop the wisdom to know the difference. What are your thoughts on happiness?