Happiness Can Be ‘Destructive’ (1 min read)

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Happiness! The desired output of our hard work. People wants happiness more than they desire money or success. Happiness gives us a feeling which we never want to end. But now lets face the Truth.

Studies show that there is a darker side to feeling good and that the pursuit of happiness can sometimes make you … well, less happy. Too much cheerfulness can make you gullible, selfish, less successful – and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

You can compare happiness to food,  although necessary and beneficial, too much food can cause problems; likewise, happiness can lead to bad outcomes. Happiness indicates that things are going well, which leads to a global, top-down style of information processing. Sadness indicates that something is missing, triggering our hard working drive and analytical thinking, evaluation of goals, audit of your work but happiness always leads to optimal outcomes. It distracts you from your right path sometimes. So in short, too happiness can destroy your future happiness.

So, both sorrow and happiness are necessary to lead a balanced life, A proper stability of these two makes your life perfect. So, a word of caution, Never desire too much Happiness.

 

 

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