Is it true that most intelligent people aren't that happy?
A home, a happy family and good friends are not everything an intelligent person needs to be happy. For him, being happy is as difficult as a flower to grow without water. He knows the socially acceptable behaviors ad can even fake a smile but cannot ever be truly, heartily happy.
It is almost impossible to see through everything and still be happy. Intelligent people over-analyze everything; they weigh the pros and cons of everything around them, every event taking place and judge everything quietly which results in their unhappy nature.
There is really no end-point to the mind walks they take; one thing leads to another and the cycle is not pleasant since the path they walk on is full of negativity and disappointments. They understand better than everyone how bad a place this world is and matters of condemnation touch them more than anyone. To be intelligent means to look for answers and not finding answers can lead to lack of happiness.
The act of over analyzing can be draining; it exhausts you and makes you hopeless especially when the analysis leads to no good answer.
Things Are Not The Way They Want Them To Be:
Intelligent people have a better understanding of everything which helps them assume the optimum solution or condition for a particular matter. When that optimum condition is not achieved by the average people around them, it leaves them disappointed.
Everything around them feels under-worked and nothing meets their high standards. Even if it a person they are supposed to like, they will never truly like them until they meet their high standards of functionality and every other factor that counts. - Continue reading on the next page