Stepping on Toes in the Pursuit of Happiness

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  1. Eilene says:

    Yes, and we are essentially stepping on our kids’ toes in the process – whether we like it or not. We just try to step lightly.

  2. Good advice. You are responsible for your own happiness. One should not bring you down though. But I am so tired of hearing men go through some dumb midlife crisis claiming they want to be happy. No, they want to be selfish. The quest for happiness comes from within. Once that’s settled, i think the rest falls into place.
    In the case of your ex, sounds like he was a selfish fool that tried to get away with wreaking havoc on everyone’s lives. In my case, I have a selfish weak fool that doesn’t realize his search for happiness will never be successful without serious therapy.

  3. Liv says:

    Strive not to respond in anger. So important. We say nasty things when we’re angry.

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