Psychologist says to stop focusing on perceived “problems” and what is “wrong” with you in order to be happy

Shift the focus from “fixing” yourself to creating the life you desire, says co-author of Advanced Pragmatic Psychology, Susanna Mittermaier

 

Susanna Mittermaier Über Mich

There is nothing “wrong” with you that needs to be fixed in order to find happiness, says author of Advanced Pragmatic Psychology, Susanna Mittermaier.

With a recent, alarming study from the University of Chicago finding that just 14% of Americans consider themselves to be “very happy”, it is clear that happiness feels out of reach for many.

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