There are behaviors or situations that make it more unfortunate.
The foodWhat if the junk food made him unhappy? Researchers observed 8,964 participants eating habits and revealed results showed that people who consumed regular fast food were 51% more likely to develop depression than those who ate little or no. Say goodbye to hamburgers and pizzas, and you will feel better!
Money"Money does not make happiness," a saying that has a share of truth, even if it has the gift of aggravating those who do not roll on gold. However, a WHO survey of 89,037 people in 18 countries found that depression affects those living in high-income countries rather than the poorest. The legend of Midas, the king who demanded the power to change everything he touched into gold, is charged with teachings: his immense wealth is not enough to make him happy, quite the contrary.
Relationship between brothers and sistersYour big sister did not want to lend you her rope to jump? Did you spend your time arguing with your little brother? What if your poor relationships with the siblings experienced during your childhood could influence your morale as an adult? American researchers have found that people who have poor relationships with their siblings during childhood are more likely to develop depression in adulthood.
Spending time analyzing everything"What if I knew?" "I would have done better...", "If I could do again..." are thoughts that undermine your morale. Stop thinking too much and wanting to analyze everything! Once a decision is made or a choice made, do not think about it for hours: it's done, it's done!
Having too many choicesToo many choices kill the choice! Just see the size of the supermarket shelves and the broad range of products to understand why one spends too much time shopping." Milk, I take it organic or not? Brick or bottle? Skim or whole?"
We would spend hours there. American researchers at Standford University have found that too many choices made it unfortunate, paralyzing decision-making related to the uncertainty of making the right thing.