Are Women Really Unhappier Because We Have Too Many Choices? (Sept. 22, 2009)

A recent column from The New York Times talks about all the choices that available to us causing stress. As women, we’re distracted by our choices and it is making us unhappy.  More so than men.

What career path to follow; to have kids and when; where to live; what to eat; how to spend our leisure time, etc.

Do we feel so overwhelmed but all that’s available to us that we’re living in a state of indecision?  Is this indecision fueling our unhappiness?  Are we really even that unhappy?

What do you think? Check out the column…would love to hear your feedback!

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/20/opinion/20dowd.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=blue%20is%20the%20new%20black&st=cse

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