AttemptedLiving is here to
- Improve mental health as a means to reducing wealth inequality.
- Provide Education for Life that empowers people to be honest with themselves and with others, so they can ultimately make the healthy and genuine relationships and introspective improvements that result in upward mobility.
I believe mental health is achieved by having empathy for yourself, empathy for others, and acquiring the communication skills to develop relationships with relationship skills. Furthermore, I believe subsets of depression and suicide can be solved by defusing bad logic and inaccurate conceptions about reality. All of this will be addressed on AttemptedLiving.
I believe the habits picked up from a childhood in poverty prevent success, and the habits picked up from a childhood in wealth promote success. In my Rich vs. Poor Series (part of the Life Education Curriculum), I explore both childhoods so you can understand how to improve your life.
Many people have no-one to help them, no-one who gives love, compassion, kindness, charity, to them. Therefore, this site is my attempt to package and distribute what I can to as many strangers as possible who want it.