Humans are social creatures. Everyone likes to be looked at, talked to, and listened to. They like validation of worth. But not many would go out of their way to make this happen. The ones that do, however, are called attention seekers.
How often do we come across young people going through the motions of their life with a meaningless given-up-all-hope sort of attitude? We all have to engage with the question of meaning, or the lack of it, at some point in time. The feeling of lack of meaning in life is at the root of a large share of psychopathology.
I generally come across reflections that question, 'Why we?'. I would like to systematically understand three of the most irksome questions about the obvious! The first that must have passed every inquisitive mind, who would've played trial and error with rationale to justify its stereotypical existence, is 'Why are women the ones who babysit and cook and clean, and why not men?'
Today's globalised world not only offers us a myriad of options- from fashion to career, it instills in us a need to procure what is best - nothing less than that. Added to this potent mix are cut throat competition and need for achievement. The result? Compulsive indecisiveness.