Dr. Michael Eason, who has been working in psychotherapy since 2005, was recently interviewed by the South China Morning Post to discuss how people pursue happiness, and sometimes the unrealistic expectations we set. He states that life’s purpose should not be trying to obtain an ultimate state of happiness at all costs. Part of the problem is that people equate happiness with achieving significant life goals such as getting a promotion or completing a university degree, but often these do not actually result in long-term happiness.

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