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Why is it hard to accept happiness?


I've always had the problem of not accepting the happiness I receive in life. Why is that? Why can't I just shut up and be happy?

 

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    A.E. Williams (CrazedNovelist) 4 years ago

    Oh my, Amy. This is a very well written answer to a very difficult question. I appreciate your time to answer this, very good reasons are brought to light.


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H C Palting (Express10) says

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    A.E. Williams (CrazedNovelist) 4 years ago

    Wow. That's a great answer, Express. I can definitely see some of those reason being part of my predicament. Thanks for providing your answer!!

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    A.E. Williams (CrazedNovelist) 4 years ago

    Very good answer. I can definitely understand what you mean. It could be an insecurity thing. I have definitely not ruled that out as a reason. Though it's hard to tell where and when the insecurity begins. It's just there...

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    A.E. Williams (CrazedNovelist) 4 years ago

    I appreciate the "tough love" lupine... I try my best to think that way as well.

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    A.E. Williams (CrazedNovelist) 4 years ago

    Interesting prospective...

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    A.E. Williams (CrazedNovelist) 4 years ago

    That's an awesome statement.. though I'm unsure if I feel that way or not.

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    A.E. Williams (CrazedNovelist) 4 years ago

    Thanks a lot for this answer, Johnny. I appreciate it!

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    A.E. Williams (CrazedNovelist) 4 years ago

    Very optimistic, Ed. Thanks for your answer!

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    A.E. Williams (CrazedNovelist) 4 years ago

    Great advice Leah!! I can totally relate to an answer like this!! I do worry once I've found happiness... it's strange, really.

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    A.E. Williams (CrazedNovelist) 4 years ago

    So you don't believe that one can reach a state of perpetual happiness? That is, in any aspect of their life?


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