Having goals is integral to happiness
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I unfortunately have to concede.
While serotonin and dopamine can be increased through goal-oriented behavior, which was going to be my main argument, I learned that oxytocin can easily be increased simply by cuddling with someone, hugging, or nursing your baby.
Sorry for the super short debate and wasting con's time.
waive this round of course
I win lel
Just wanted to say one thing that I learned about goals and happiness. It is smarter to break large goals down into smaller, even tiny ones, so you get multiple "shots" of those feel-good chemicals like serotonin and dopamine. This might be helpful for depressed people.
What are you saying, getting my pet goat thumper saved my life, It's obvious a life without a goat is one not worth living.
here is his portrait
Stop the 'lel' and attitude and it won't be rude.
How was that dude lol I always say that when someone concedes/forfeits
goals do help those without them become mass shooters or serial killers depending on local gun laws
I thought it said goats for a second there.
Interesting topic idea.