This pisses me off

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If only happiness was that simple. Oh yes I forgot to be happy today damn it. Yeah right! I saw this on fb posted in a bipolar group and was like wtf. That’s not supportive at all. It really agitated me. Grrrr lol

On a side note if you’ve found happiness please share how I’d really like to know. 🙂

10 thoughts on “This pisses me off

  1. I try not to get caught up in the happy craze. Happiness is just another emotion, it will come and go. I aim for a little peace and contentment.

  2. I’m happy right now. I just saw my psychiatrist, he says I’m manic. I’m not sure whether I should put a smiley or a frown after that. It sure beets the suicidal depression I had last week.

    Well, that’s one way to be happy, unfortunately you can’t do it at will and, at least for me it usually leads to disaster…

  3. I’m not sure I ever really happiness to lose, or whether I’d recognise it if I found some. I think I’ve become adept at recognising good things though. But that meme? Kill it with fire.

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