The following commentary comes from an independent investor or market observer as part of TheStreet's guest contributor program, which is separate from the company's news coverage.NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Q: I'm finding myself entirely crazed these days; either my work has me all tied-up questioning myself, or my personal life has me feeling completely dissatisfied, wondering if I will ever find my 'way' in life. This dissatisfaction I feel lately impedes everything and has a way of leaking out over all else. Please help me to look at all that I have and feel good about my present and my future. A: I do not know anyone who is completely satisfied with his or her life. I suspect that those who say they are are fooling themselves to some extent. That said, some of the happiest people I know are fools. Here are some common-sense tips on how you can begin to feel better in the here and now!
Faced with life's hardships and disappointments, we cannot help butsometimes feel depressed, helpless, anxious and irrelevant -- unfulfilled and unsatisfied. You may never achieve all you've ever dreamed of achieving. In fact, giving up on a dream can actually be totally liberating. Instead of panicking about a state you have not yet achieved, I urge you to live in the magic of the moment. Do not let thoughts about where you could have been, should have been, or need to be dominate your psyche. Every second is a chance to be more satisfied than the last. Thank you for your question and I wish you the very best in your quest. I love these questions, so keep them coming! Send to "ASK NOAH" at firstname.lastname@example.org. Watch my appearance this week on the Dylan Ratigan Show. Have a profitable and peaceful week, Noah