This is a pretty hard question for any person to answer: what would it take to make you 100% happy.
I think some folks out there don’t even believe that a person can be 100% happy…but I guess it all depends on the individual…
Some people want big, grand things in their lives and others want simplicity
Here’s what folks on AskReddit had to say about the matter.
1. Very lonely.
“A friend or, God forbid, a girlfriend.
I’ve been out of college several years now and I’ve been friendless ever since. Hard to be excited about something and have nobody to tell.”
2. All they’ve ever wanted.
“I think finding someone who genuinely loves me for who I am and wants a present and future with me.
That’s all I’ve ever really wanted.”
3. Needing a break.
“Man if I had childcare in this moment I would totally lay down for like 2 hours for a nap!
But I. I am the childcare.”
4. Money issues.
Student loans make up at least 80% of my stress…”
5. A big loss.
“Having my dog. His final vet visit was a couple hours ago.
I’m out of country working so I had to say my goodbyes when I left after Christmas. It’s very difficult by myself.
He was a great pet. He picked our family at 8 weeks. He was well loved and looked after.
His ashes will be joining me when it’s my turn.”
6. Like it used to be.
“My wife to be well again. If she felt better and we could hang out like we used to, I honestly feel like my life would be perfect.”
7. This sounds nice.
“A cabin in the woods, near a river. Solid and beautiful. Lots of windows, and an incredible view. It’ll smell like cedar and pipe tobacco. A simple wood shop, and maybe a small painting studio. A large wood-burning fireplace. A cozy kitchen; nothing fancy.
Really good coffee in mismatched mugs. Plenty of bourbon and wine. Loooots of books, and enough time to actually read them. Walks in the woods with my wife and dog. Fishing, canoeing, and shore lunches. Watching wildlife. Drawing and painting. A nice little town nearby (but just far enough away) with a good bookstore, an old diner, and a lively tavern (need a spot to watch those Packers games).
A well-seasoned and reliable old truck to get us there and back. Long days with my wife, listening to music (on vinyl), laughing, cooking, making love. Never feeling bored, never feeling rushed. Time enough to be able to just be us, and do all those things we never seem to get around to doing.”
8. Three things.
“A cure for writers block, a long attention span, and 3 extra inches in height.”
9. Best wishes to you!
“My daughter being old enough so I can take her home, she was born at 32 weeks, she might be coming home in a week :)!”
10. Need to recapture that.
“To just have energy and enthusiasm again.
It feels like I’ve had very little energy for anything for almost 10 years now. I feel like a passive observer in my life most of the time. Im doing what I’m supposed to, but any enjoyment has long since died.”
11. These are good goals.
“To finish college ( pretty soon), get my optometry degree and become an optometrist in the rural and underserved areas in US.
Also, a significant other who will be there beside me.”
12. Wouldn’t this be nice for everyone?
“Affordable healthcare forreal. I have to wait until I can save up enough to see the ENT again.. last run it went : see specialist, go to imaging center, back to specialist for results (that can be relayed via phone.
Cost $165 just to have him hand me a piece of paper), then to the surgical center. Just to find out what he thought was causing my eustachian tube issues, isn’t the problem. Back to square fucking one with $0.. America, please get your shit together.
I work 50 hours a week, I bust my ass, I haven’t been without a job since I was 15.. I’m in my thirties. At this rate I won’t see 60 because it’ll cost too much to fucking live that long”
13. In a lot of pain.
“No more pain.
I want to be able to check my own mail, take a walk out back, do groceries without using the go cart. Walk without using a cane. Be out of bed for most of the day.
Hell, I’d be 100% happy with 70% less pain.”
14. Here’s the list.
“8-9 hours of sleep every night, at least 4 very good friends and a knowledge of who everyone around me is, being really smart and having a secure job as a marine biologist studying the deep ocean. Also a happy family with kids who I take to get cookies on Fridays.”
15. For my son.
“My son’s doctor to call me and say he is completely cured and will grow up normal and healthy, he can stop any medicine he currently takes (about 16 pills a day for a 2 year old is a lot) and we never have to go back to the doctor.”
16. Go for it!
“Being able to ask out a woman i am attracted to instead of always chickening out.”
17. Another chance.
“Being pregnant again, with the 100% assurance that this time the baby will live.”
18. The good stuff.
“Get hired for a really awesome part time job.
Find a gym buddy I connect with and start exercising again.
Make strides every week in therapy and in managing my addictions.
Meet a great girl who I have tons of chemistry with.
My mom getting really good news about her medical condition and her recovering as close to 100% as possible.
Meeting new friends with healthy habits.”
19. Something to think about.
“Happiness is an inside Job.
I spent many years chasing “the dream.” Dream job, SO, toys, etc. It’s all just stuff. Only when I almost lost everything did I finally wake up and realize what is truly important in this life. Right now.
What are you doing right now to make your life better? No one else is/can make you happy, truly happy. Tomorrow is a wish and yesterday is gone. If you try and live in those two places you are pissing all-over today.”
20. I think a lot of people feel this way.
“Start earning enough money to not be stressed, and to be free of any mental health issues.”
Everyone is different, and that’s one of the things that makes living in the crazy world very interesting!
What about you?
What would make you a completely happy person?
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