What's grammatically wrong with this sentence? ?

It's good to be ignorant about yourself in some ways because my journey of self-discovery led me to depression.  

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  • 1 month ago
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    The only strictly-grammatical issue I see is the use of the hyphen in "self discovery."  The general rule is that multi-word adjective constructions are hyphenated when they precede the noun being modified.

    For example:  "His was a self-centered action" vs. "His was the action of the self centered."

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  • 1 month ago

    “has led me to”

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  • Andrew
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    1 month ago

    Is leading one's self to depression a good thing?

    • myydcp1 month agoReport

      No. That’s why it said “It's good to be ignorant about yourself in some ways” in the first part of the sentence 

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