Your personal approach to making choices and dealing with consequences is something we share, I was obviously referring and placing my post in "overdramatized" perception of choice.Well, if one is wishy-washy then that's one's problem. Typically once I make a choice, and I do mean choices that actually matter in my life, I don't look back from that moment forward.
Though, that said, IF I choose a path that doesn't pan out and one of the original alternative choices is still available then I reevaluate and make another choice. Otherwise I just move forward. One of the absolutely great things about time is that we cannot control the past; frees up a lot of mental energy.
And, on the subject of "make us more happy": Happiness is a choice, which usually requires and attitude adjustment on one's part and is NOT something that can be "attained" from any source outside ourselves.
I'm sorry, what does vrbo have to do with it, oh, that was an ad. Apologies.
Getting back to your point with the link: So a simple fact of life is that having "it all" is technically impossible as it implies that you can have things that are completely opposite, like having and not having your morning coffee.
And then also, not everyone wants "it all" because we all want something different.
Sorry again, but love, like most emotional responses, is not a choice. It either exists or doesn't.
Apologies for the short response, as I'd love to argue this further, but my employer "actually" expects me to be present at the workplace, and I'm already late.
OK, then plain text. I have over 10K in-game hours tand have already spent around 500 euros on the game. It is just my right to criticize this bad work. But that doesn't mean that I don't work constructively to improve it. My opinion at the moment is clear: It's screwed up.If it doth offend thine eye so, why dost thou continue to torture thineself?
Your truth is certainly your own, without doubt... I just find it extremely amusing that folk need to berate the game as terrible, yet continue to play and insist on telling everone else how much they detest it... (or of course, not play, but voice their opinion regardless)
To each their own, I suppose
Your personal approach to making choices and dealing with consequences is something we share, I was obviously referring and placing my post in "overdramatized" perception of choice.
And generalizing for the sake of pimping the drama even more
The only think I DON'T fully agree is "Happiness is a choice".
It's not entirely true.
How we feel and experience reality is mostly determined by the balance of neurotransmitters.
Control over emotions is limited -you can ignore or supress some states of mind/emotions/impulses/urges etc, but you can't force your brain to release the chemistry that sets your mind in some specific, extraordinary state like : happiness, extasy, love etc.
You can naturally "tune" response of your brain to given circumstances to avoid focusing on some fears/concerns/problems and overreacting in negative direction,
but when some of your deep unsatisfied needs are limiting your neurotransmitters level, the highest state you can achieve by self-control is being
"forcibly content with your life".
It's very, very far from the real happiness, although you only know the difference if you know both the "original" state and the one you are able to "set yourself to".
Of course! I was offered one by email by a nice Nigerian bloke... just wanted my bank details and a few other inconsequential details....
lol - i mean IV - doh. I might have sold it can i have a new one cos me sad now. I know its not important.
Well, I haven't reported this direct attack, which shows I have compassion, surely?What do you have to show, except stupid sayings?
Well, nowadays getting credits is ridiculously easy, so a couple hundred thousand Cr is practically free.Thanks - Ohhh I wanted a free one. But if they still for sale to lifetime passes then that’s great. I wonder if they do them in black.