I mean just summarize the last few years. Have you left a bad place to find a better place or worse place? Is there one major lesson you've learned? Are you Happy, Sad or just Meh about your life?
In example: I'm kinda Meh about my life right now. I'm used to the routine of it but I'm not a fan of it. I didn't land here out of design but rather accidentally. I've learned that Happiness comes at a cost. The more you have of it the greater the fall from it. I've lost someone and it will never be fair to me. So I'm stuck in the mud for now after the fall. I'm on my feet and moving again just a lot slower. I hope everyone else is doing better.
Most Helpful Girl
I'm sorta on the same boat, kind of blah at the moment. I know what you mean, happiness is over estimated... I finally achieved all that I needed and want but I'm empty and feeling disconnected with what I'm doing. More importantly, I'm horrifically alone and feel like I'm having an identity crisis...
However on the plus side, these past few years have taught me to give compassionately, love endlessly, forgive, self awareness and mindfulness increased (think that's also a reason of my misery)
I'm feeling much more of myself and everyone around me that it's overwhelmimg. This includes the bullshit , I'm just fed up
Now I'm just in the phase of remapping and reinventing my life to align my values and beliefs..
On a day to day level I'm happily numb1
Most Helpful Guy
I believe I am about to enter a new area of my life, I suggest this because I have now been working a career with the Department of Veterans Affairs, recently I accepted a job with the Veterans Benefits Administration, which will allow me to move ahead with my career. Additionally I have completed my second Masters degree, an MBA of Project Management. It is my hope to be promoted into a position which will allow some growth, and will also allow me to help address some of the student debt I have accrued through pursuing my education. Additionally I have changed some of my views on my career and have shifted from being a victim and being more proactive with my career. Some of my ideas might work, some may not, either way I won't quit until I reach my goals.2