We all are disappointed a some point. The cause may be a person, an event, or even the scenario of having nothing happen. It happens. At first glance, it’s the fault of something other than yourself. This or that not happening due to the fault of another. But when you think realistically, it’s quite the opposite. Disappointment is set by an expectation failing to meet it’s standards. Depending on how high your expectations are set, the easier it is to feel disappointed. In this case, you can control your level of disappointment. The lower the expectation, the easier it is to reach. But still. On the contrary, this is true to an extent. There are scenarios where it isn’t your fault that the expectation isn’t met. Some people, depending on character, can disappoint you regardless of what you expect from them. Lies, false actions, the inability to hold up to what they say, etc. After all, there’s a boundary of what you can control and what you cannot. Satisfied or unsatisfied. In the end, it’s a balancing game.
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