Self-reflection is good but to what extent is it too much? At every point of our lives, we ask ourselves: Am I happy?
This question haunts us as we live our everyday lives, but psychology says that what people really desire for is finding meaning in life.
In a study conducted by the Harris Poll Survey of American Happiness, only ⅓ of Americans report feelings of happiness. The others? Well, not so.
In an age when we are encouraged to consistently evaluate our position in the world, and therefore, how we feel about being in it, the search for happiness not only becomes tedious but discouraging.
Self-reflection becomes a forced part of our culture, telling us to reevaluate our otherwise perfect jobs, relationships, homes, and lives. And the results aren’t very flattering.
This article by @Lachlan for his site Hack Spirit. Check it out for the full article: