An objection to moral hedonism is that pleasure and pain are not always objective experiences, meaning what is pleasurable to one person may actually be painful for another. Additionally, the level of pain and pleasure that result from any particular action also varies from person to person. If hedonism is true and pleasure and pain dictate the morality of an action, then morality would seem to be objective. Morality is not an objective matter, so Hedonism is not true. A simpler and probably more solid objection is the existence of self-destructive people. The fact that people make choices and act despite knowing that it results in their own pain is reason to challenge moral Hedonism. If moral hedonism claims all people make choices based on pain and pleasure, then there would not be actions that cause pain for the sake of pain, like self-destructive behavior.