Unfortunately, we refuse to grasp life's sad realities and grow a more practical mentality accordingly. Despite our recurring disappointments and sufferings, we do not realize the pressure we are putting on one another with our naive views about life, mostly about an elusive happiness. We do not feel or admit that only by helping one another less selfishly, we might bear life's hardships together a bit easier. No one can elude, or do any-thing about, life's severe limitations in our wicked society, but only grasp and accept them with grace. Hence, it seems too idiotic and pathetic when we blame others, e.g., our spouses, for our stress and life's limited capacity to offer happiness to anybody. We are too naïve and stubborn to admit even these basic principles of social coexistence, yet try to discover the elaborate mysteries of life, love, and happiness. That is why our social structure and values are all falling apart too.