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In 2008 France's president, Nicolas Sarkozy, asked two Nobel-prize-winning economists, Amartya Sen and Joseph Stiglitz, to come up with a broader measure of national contentedness than GDP.Then last month, in a touchy-feely gesture not typical of Britain, David Cameron announced that the British government would start collecting figures on well-being.ASK people how they feel about getting older, and they will probably reply in the same vein as Maurice Chevalier: “Old age isn't so bad when you consider the alternative.” Stiffening joints, weakening muscles, fading eyesight and the clouding of memory, coupled with the modern world's careless contempt for the old, seem a fearful prospect—better than death, perhaps, but not much. Life is not a long slow decline from sunlit uplands towards the valley of death. When people start out on adult life, they are, on average, pretty cheerful. Although as people move towards old age they lose things they treasure—vitality, mental sharpness and looks—they also gain what people spend their lives pursuing: happiness.Things go downhill from youth to middle age until they reach a nadir commonly known as the mid-life crisis. This curious finding has emerged from a new branch of economics that seeks a more satisfactory measure than money of human well-being.But none of them wanted to go out, so I too stayed in our dorm room all the time.Now it is sophmore year, one of those girls transferred, and the other two are in singles. Shes really nice and we get along great but we have virtually nothing in common with each other. I think, "why would anyone want to be friends with someone who has none." People come up to me all the time in the elevator of my dorm or in my classes and I feel like I have nothing to say, and make the simplest situation awkward.As a result of this social anxiety you avoid situations in which you can be with people.
All new policies have to have a GNH assessment, similar to the environmental-impact assessment common in other countries.The trouble is that roommates in dorms are rarely satisfying and I hear lots of complaints from myriad numbers of student.Your hope was to have dorm mates with whom you could go out and socialize but none of them were able to do that. I am fairly certain that you have a health center on campus that includes a counseling center, a psychiatrist to administer medications and counselors with whom you could talk.I want to urge you to take advantage of the service.I want to strongly recommend anti depressant medication that will also help reduce your anxiety. In addition, you really need to start talking to a professional who can begin training you in behavioral strategies to help you learn how to interact in social situations.