Beware of commercial preparations, expensive luxuries, evangelical tautologies, meretricious platitudes and printed hyperbole. Anything that promises fast results or painfree acquisition should be avoided. Real happiness is, as I’ve said, incredibly hard to attain, requiring years of struggle, hurt, anguish, self-doubt, paranoia and lengthy periods of agonising melancholy. Anyone who tells you different is either fooling you or themselves.
Personally speaking, I have overcome these many obstacles. And you can too, if you’re willing to work at it; but to be brutally honest, it’s not worth it.