unhappiness


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He said, 'One of the contributing factors was my unhappiness at work.
Accept that certain scenarios that require discomfort and unhappiness in the present will result in a happiness payout later on - No Pain, No Gain
And while they simply refuse to pay Liverpool's asking price of pounds 50m, the Spanish giants hope that the player's unhappiness will still force a move.
The fact is, something must have kept you from separating from her, despite all your dark thoughts and unhappiness with her these past 25 years.
So spend some time seeing each of the things you cling to for what it really is, a nightmare that causes you excitement and pleasure on the one hand but also worry, insecurity, tension, anxiety, fear, unhappiness on the other.
Twenge believes this screen time is driving unhappiness rather than the other way around.
Stepfamilies "comprise the most unstable and volatile family form in our society" and "are inherently fraught with bad outcomes for children." To Blankenhorn (who has perhaps been spared much experience with the dark side of the intact family), the unhappiness, for children at least, of one-parent or "blended" families is so great that it outweighs any possible unhappiness that could occur in a two-parent family.
But over the years, chronic dissatisfaction with ourselves and our work can become a source of deep personal unhappiness and illness if we don't learn to accept the fact that the perception of perfection is an ideal, unattainable, and that there can be discrepencies between reality -- what we can achieve -- and what we keep striving to achieve.
They share in feeling the loss of the human side of medicine, and are beginning to exhibit the same disquiet and unhappiness expressed by the production line worker in industry earlier this century.
Which means, in turn, that contemporary American culture is based on unsatisfied want--on unhappiness, really.
And wouldn't it be worth it if he saved the lives of a few suicidal teens who at this very moment are standing in their parents' basements holding a homemade noose and trying to work up the guts to go through with it because they're convinced that being gay will relegate them to marginalized unhappiness for the rest of their lives?
`It was an ordeal just to get up for work each day.' Her parents could not understand the root of her unhappiness. This led to an eventual breakdown in relationships.
They both make cogent use of women's magazines (Mademoiselle, Glamour, Vogue, Redbook, Cosmopolitan) as cultural indicators of widespread female unhappiness, and both are avowed traditionalists, but their prescriptions for how to redress women's woes are quite different.
For some people, obesity breeds unhappiness, and unhappiness breeds bigotry; how, when or where this trait reveals itself is neither here nor there.