People always dissatisfied do not enjoy the present
Unsatisfied people are constantly in search of something, but not for their desire for growth and the will to make new dreams, but for feeling that they are not complete. they look for what they do not have in a compulsive way, sometimes they just want something different from what they already have, only to be able to escape from what bothers them: the present moment and the reality they are living.
One should not confuse a person proactive, dreamy, who fights for her own growth, entrepreneurship and who wants the best for herself and the people around her with whom she is dissatisfied. They are different styles of people, though, both look for change. People who are considered to be unsatisfied are those who feel the need for something new by frustration of what they have in the present moment and not by the desire to achieve their goals.
There are people who are always looking for something that they do not yet have, and they end up always changing their minds and sometimes getting lost in what they want. This happens, because their focus is not on understanding the present and life itself, but on trying at all costs to have something different, outside of this reality, with that, they do everything at any price to be able to change. The focus is not on the object to be realized but on the suffering of the present and all the difficulty of enjoying life as it is now.
This dissatisfaction and the constant search for something new can be motivated by:
problems in the present
- difficult to focus on the good things of the moment
- learning with parents or by those who created them that life should be lived that way
- dreaming of the ideal future, without condition of living the real present
- This kind of attitude disrupts the day to day and even the relationships of a person who is with all the energy aimed at dreaming the future instead of living the present and getting pleasure in what is here and now. Whoever is dissatisfied tends to dream life instead of living it. It idealizes actions and behaviors instead of living in peace and happiness.
When it is perceived that dissatisfaction can be a problem in itself, because it disrupts one's personal, professional life and those around him, the ideal is the search for guidance and specialized care. Psychotherapy sessions, neurolinguistic programming (NLP), coaching, hypnosis, among others, can be excellent for healing some traumas and suffering, as well as helping to enjoy what you have to live in peace. sessions, it is also possible to teach and help people to create new goals and life goals without the present dissatisfaction. To change is good and necessary, but it should not be linked only to suffering and malaise. Living in the comfort zone is not ideal for anyone. But acting, changing, and growing must have more compelling reasons than complaining about what you have all along.
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