To become satisfied and happy, you need to get rid of your impulsivity.
Making plans means nothing to you. One moment you’ll want to do one thing and in a matter of seconds, you will change your mind.
Try stopping your randomness and stick to one plan til the end. No one likes people who always change things just because they feel like it.
It’s the same as making a promise and then breaking it just because you feel the need to do something else.
Your impatience is the ugliest trait you possess. When it comes to solving problems and offering solutions, you want everything and you want it right now.
This makes you look like a jerk in front of your friends and people you work with.
Find a way to give others a chance to prove themselves. Patience is the key to a happier life. If you find it, you will see.
Just stay true to yourself. If you said that you’re going to do something, then do it. Don’t change your mind at the last minute.
If you like someone, then like them. Don’t break their heart just because you are unsure about everything.
People hate that inconsistency you possess and ultimately, it’s making you miserable, even though you might not notice it yet.
The fact you’re too good will destroy you in the end. You can’t continue living under the impression that you can please everyone around you. It’s physically impossible.
As long as you put that tremendous pressure on yourself, you will never become truly happy.
The failure you’re facing will bug you constantly, depriving you of peace and happiness.
Lower your expectations and realize once and for all that you can’t make everybody’s wishes come true.
You always think you could do things better, so you don’t let them go until they are, by your standards, perfect.
That perfectionism will cost you happiness.
Being constantly dissatisfied with your life and things you have achieved can leave a mark on your psyche.
Take a look at your life and see for yourself – you’ve done so many things you should be proud of and you’re on the road to achieving many more.
Not everything has to be perfect all the time.
Surprisingly, your stubbornness is the only thing keeping you from being happy.
Especially when it comes to owning up to mistakes. Even though you’re bound to make a mistake, you don’t admit it was your fault when things go wrong.
Sadly, you’ll try to blame it on someone else, which is a really ugly trait to possess.
If you want to turn your life around and become truly happy, stop being so stubborn in thinking you’re always right about everything and own up to when you screw up.
You can’t achieve happiness because you’re too gullible. The biggest mistake you’re always making is believing in everything you hear.
People don’t even have to bother that much to persuade you into their theories or own way of thinking, no matter how crazy they are.
The truth is, you cannot be truly happy because you’re not honest with yourself.
You’re not respecting your own opinion and your attitude toward the world.
When you become more confident and respect your opinion before everyone else’s, you’ll become truly happy.
Your biggest problem is the attitude: It’s my way or the highway.
There is a serious possibility that you don’t even know what the word “compromise” means.
The fact is, you can’t always know what’s good for you exactly.
Sometimes things turn out to be so much better if you take someone else’s opinion into account.
If you don’t start changing your attitude in this regard, things will never change for the better.
Your possessiveness will eat you alive. The constant asking for attention and love will get old over time.
The person you’re with probably won’t be able to keep up the tempo you’ve requested.
The thing is, even though you’re probably asking for too much, you’re not giving anything in return.
In fact, demanding attention wouldn’t be a problem if you give some in return.
But no one will stay and try to make you happy if you don’t try at least a little from your side too.
You don’t trust anyone. You think that every person you meet has a backup plan designed precisely to destroy you and gratify themselves.
You simply refuse to think that a person could do something for another person purely as an act of kindness.
Although this thought is not so unusual in this world, it can easily lead you to an unhappy and unfulfilled life.
The moment you totally discard human kindness is the moment you cannot be truly happy.
You have so much potential; you’re intelligent and crafty – the problem is, you don’t take advantage of it all.
Your laziness is the one and only thing standing in the way of true happiness.
On the other hand, it’s your choice. Being lazy is something you choose to be. If you want, you can turn your life around in a matter of seconds.
You have the ability and intellectual capacity to do it. You only have to decide it and make the first step.
Surprisingly, the one thing that stands between you and your happiness is materialism.
The tendency to own nice things leads to becoming greedy. You’re a bit obsessed with having pretty things that often you forget the importance of the spiritual.
The fact that the materialistic world is becoming more and more important to you than the emotional one is alarming.
No one has achieved happiness with money – ask those who have it and won’t lie to you. (Hint: Most of them will.)