Creating Insanity: A How-To GuideWritten by Steve Gillman
Somebody once said that insanity is doing same thing over and over while expecting a different result. Optimal mental health, then, may include adapting your approach if you don't get result you want. (NOTE: Seek help if you need it - this is just a general discussion of how to stay mentally healthy.)
There is a problem solving technique that involves finding all ways to cause a problem in oreder to solve it. Here then is a list of ways to become insane, so we can see what we can learn about mental health.
To Become Insane...
Leave a hundred decisions unmade, hanging there in your mind.
Try to fit way too much into your days.
Take on too many unnecessary responsibilities.
Live Happily Ever After!Written by Kenia Morales
So many people overwork themselves literary in quest for happiness. Many claim that they will truly be happy when they become famous, earn a degree, become rich etc… However, what happens when desire goal is attain? Nothing! They get excited for a second or two and go back to living miserably until, something good happens again and who knows how long that will take.
I do not know about you but, to me it is ridiculous. Have you seen headline news of rich and famous that dwell their sorrows on drugs? Not too long ago I heard that a musician tried to commit suicide. I was shocked to hear news and could not help but wonder: What in world possessed him to do such a thing? Apparently he seem to have everything health, money, fame. But, only he knows what drove him to take such an extreme measure. However, there is something I do know; we are living in a world where financial/ material possessions are most important factors. People are valued by their role in life /social status. Parents often say I want my child to become a doctor, lawyer etc. But, you hardly ever hear I just want my child to be a happy adult, even when that is their true intention. In turn children are learning that one must strive for success. But, what about being happy? It is not taught in a household where parents are struggling to be happy one day.