What you think is good for you is probably something that you’ve never had before. Or something that was prematurely snatched away from you. But then how does one decide what is required and what will be a bad decision?
It’s sort of like looking at your rearview mirror. You see a little cordoned off area of what’s behind you and it looks ok, for the most part. But what you don’t see is all the drama that occurred in the peripheries. So you yearn for that isolated bit of joy and put your life in reverse, hoping to back into a little bit of elation. But it rarely happens what way.