The Difficulties of Pursuing Happiness – A Scientific Approach

We can all be happy. However, finding and achieving happiness can be hard. The day-to-day challenges of our lives such as our jobs, family, friends, children, health, and relationships can all be barriers and contribute to making our lives unhappy. Our lives can become stagnant and our happiness plateaus. Pursuing happiness is made more difficult when we consider that the possibility of change may actually cause more discomfort; even if only for a short time. People are more likely to stick with what is familiar and comfortable rather than face change. You may be miserable and unhappy, but the fear of change and the pursuit of the unknown is usually enough to prohibit one’s self from moving forward. In order for change to happen, we must first determine the actual problems so the pursuit towards happiness can begin… Click to open up the rest of the article in .PDF


About Russell O'Neill

Life Coach. Teacher. Musician. Founder of Be Free Today. My passion is to help others excel in life by focusing on their 'true' priorities. Be careful what you wish for around me, you'll find yourself making it happen. Australian born, Australian by nature. When I write, it is usually about all matters that will help individuals better themselves. Strum the odd guitar chord in my free time. Everyone has a story to tell, and I love to hear them! If you're living with passion or trying to find yours, drop me an email friend.