I was a relatively cheerful person until I read the results of the extensive survey of American men in the October issue of Esquire magazine. Drawing the line between 20-year-olds and 50-year-olds among all ethnicities, in the happiness category, the group with the highest all-around unhappiness are Asian-American men who are 50 or older, 33% of whom consider themselves unhappy. I don’t know if being recently retired has anything to do with it, but this is the first issue of Esquire in years which I’ve actually read cover-to-cover, joyfully, only to be told that I’m really an unhappy person.
Category: OUT ON A LIMBy Paul2 Comments
On the bright side, you’re in the 67% of the happiness group, right?
Yes, I’m so happy I could cry.