It’s easy to forget what you’re doing when it comes to your life. You wake up, go to work, come home and do household chores, watch TV or go online for a bit before going to bed. Sometimes without giving much thought about it at all, you stare into the distance on the subway ride home, thinking about what and where you’ll eat for dinner that night or how boring your current job is. 

Sissy lifestyle is so comfortable, so easy and so simple that it can become a habit. Several years later, you think you’ve forgotten why you spend so much time in front of the TV or working at a job that’s not that fulfilling. Yet, you still live in the same place, eat the same bland food and dislike your overly-smiling coworkers that don’t understand you.

Seven Questions About Lifestyle You Should Answer Truthfully :

1. What do you want to do?

This is probably the only question that means anything to you right now. The others may seem foolish, but they all lead back to this one. The answer you give will depend on what you dream of doing with your life, who you want to become and how far are you willing to go in order to get there. 

For example, a career driven woman who wants a husband and 3 kids by 21 may start out as an investment banker who hates her job and eats stress-promoting junk food in order to cope with the stress of her work environment.

2. Why are you miserable?

What is making you unhappy? Is it a specific relationship or job that’s stressing you out? Or is it something else altogether like a legal problem, a financial problem or just being sad about what the future might hold for you and your life. 

The point is that whatever it is, if it’s not causing any physical harm to yourself then there shouldn’t be anything wrong with trying to solve that problem. If it’s too much of a hassle to deal with then don’t feel bad about ignoring the problem at all. There are no rules here other than not hurting yourself in any way.

3. What are you doing today that could help you?

You know what is stressful to you. You know what it is making you miserable, but you notice that the problem hasn’t been solved yet. You can’t stop thinking about what it is or how to fix it. This means there’s at least one thing that you could be doing today that would help solve the problem. 

It’s not always easy to think of something useful, so the way around this is to figure out exactly why this problem is stressing you out and then find a solution for that specific issue. A quick way to do this is to write your problem down.

4. When you think about your future, how bad does it look?

This question is a bit more personal and should be answered according to what you want in your life. For example, a financially struggling male who wants a nice car and a comfortable home that he can afford with his job and income may start off by thinking of buying things just because they are expensive, but as he gets into that mindset then he may find himself biting off more than he can chew – especially if his spending gets out of control. The point is that he shouldn’t get into that mindset in the first place by thinking in a practical way about what he wants and how much it’s worth to him.

5. What are you going to do about your problem?

You know what the problem is, but you haven’t solved it yet or you’ve tried but the problem still exists. If you just think about it or dwell on it too much then there’s a good chance that you’ll never solve anything because of this. 

You should take action as soon as possible instead of making excuses or letting yourself believe that there’s no point in doing anything about it because the result will be the same anyway. If you don’t believe that it’s worth your time to do anything about it then there’s no reason to think about it at all. Just forget about it.

6. Will you ever be happy?

This is where most people give up on their dreams and aspirations and just live out a mediocre existence. If you feel unhappy about something in your life, whether it’s the way someone looks at you or the fact that your life seems dull and boring or whatever else may be making you unhappy, try not to think of this negatively because as long as you didn’t hurt yourself then there is no reason why you shouldn’t go after what makes you happy. 

Just don’t get cocky and think that you’re a genius for figuring out why it’s so difficult. This is where people make mistakes. They think they have figured out the solution, but without actually going through with it then they get discouraged and give up too early on.

7. How are things going at home?

Are you happy at home? Are you getting along with your family and friends? Do they respect you and treat you well, or do they make fun of your lifestyle? Or are there other problems that are keeping you away from them like being too lazy or not having enough money for them to live comfortably in their own circumstances.


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