If you can first identify the things about your personality that are true and not "put-on", and then if you can identify small every-day things that you simply enjoy --that make you happy on the most basic level-- - if you can do these things, then you can craft an image of what your life at it's most blissful and contented state would look like.

That gives you a small blueprint, easily followed, that can lead you to a satisfied and honest life that will allow you to be happy with yourself.

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The UnderToad said...

This is the reason I've never told my mother to stop subscribing me to Better Homes and Gardens. If nothing else, a little color therapy (while I'm on a treadmill) can't be a bad thing.