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Old 11.04.2011, 17:09
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Re: general question about life and growing up

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yes,

this is slowly turning into a EF version of 20 questions....
well, you know what these self-taught psychotherapists on here are like..

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Truth is it don`t come to find you, you gotta go find it. Easily said I know, but its so true. Noone can tell you to "go to this place or check that thing out" cos thats theirs. You need to search out yours. Look on the bright side, if your feeling a bit drab, you aint ever really hit skid row so thats good. Onwards and upwards.
As a child, your parents "bring you" the excitement, by taking you to the sächsilüüt umzug, or other exciting things to do for kids.

As a grown-up, you have to find your own way, but also have the responsibility of paying bills etc.



The "lulls" in life are usually a sign that you want try and find some more stress.. when your job is easy, your girlfriend is happy, your house is comfortable, people seem less happy- no stress -so they go and find it by asking their girlfriend to marry them, buying a new house, finding a new job.


One of my favourite books of all time:

Being Happy, by Andrew Matthews

About the book.


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11. Knowing deep down that you gave your dreams a fair chance. – Most of the time the only difference between a dream that came true and one that didn’t, is a person who wouldn’t give up and one who did.
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