Never Satisfied

@OneOfMany (9169)
United States
November 30, 2015 8:47pm CST
At day's end I'm rarely satisfied with my accomplishments because I always want to do more and don't move to do it. With so many things on the list it's easy to get burned out by the small things along the way. Then there are many other thoughts that weigh the mind. It's hard to decide what to focus on.
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@NooraC (15)
1 Dec 15
Hi Morgan, It may be wise to take some time out to relax. Do you have any free days during the week? Perhaps spend a day treating yourself... Here are some ideas: Read a good book, go for a walk, watch a movie, write a diary, paint something or create something, visit some place you may find interesting like a museum or your place of worship if you're religious, take a nap, take a warm bath, visit someone special, Skype call with someone special to you - perhaps you could confide in them? Hope you're soon feeling more content. Take care of yourself!
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@OneOfMany (9169)
• United States
1 Dec 15
I did some of those, apparently it wasn't enough to make me feel better. So I cut my hair. I can't confide in anyone because I'm lacking the friends that would listen.
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• Canada
1 Dec 15
@OneOfMany You have friends here that read what yoiu write, don't you?
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@OneOfMany (9169)
• United States
1 Dec 15
@totobasso I do, but it's not the same as people you can have a long conversation about topics that would be forbidden on this site.
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@Jessicalynnt (48199)
• Centralia, Missouri
1 Dec 15
I always intend to get alot more done than I actually do
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@OneOfMany (9169)
• United States
1 Dec 15
I'm starting to understand why super villians are created. It's not that they are bad people, it's because life never improves no matter what they do so they decide to take it out on the world. It doesn't make them feel much better, but it's something to do. :P
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@scheng1 (24970)
• Singapore
8 Dec 15
It is best to review our results, and find out what we do right, and what we do wrong. In this way, we can duplicate our success and avoid failure.
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@OneOfMany (9169)
• United States
8 Dec 15
It's true. Lately I've been making satisfactory choices this past week. I'm not satisfied in the long run, but I'm better than unsatisfied.
@LadyDuck (109406)
• Switzerland
1 Dec 15
I am like you Morgan, at the end of the day I count the things that I have not done and I am not so happy.
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@OneOfMany (9169)
• United States
1 Dec 15
After I wrote this I jumped onto the dating platforms and messaged many people one after another, and eventually two of them replied. I am certain I will never hear from any of the others, but at least 2 were willing to chat. I felt more accomplished afterward.
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@allknowing (54673)
• India
2 Dec 15
I do not look at what I have done and what I have not. I look forward to the next day and life goes on.
@OneOfMany (9169)
• United States
2 Dec 15
Yes, but if the next day comes and nothing new happens, I would be even more depressed. I can't just look at it that way. Some people need goals, objectives, and missions to move through life.
@allknowing (54673)
• India
2 Dec 15
@OneOfMany It is left to us to change the scene.
@OneOfMany (9169)
• United States
2 Dec 15
@allknowing It is, and I need some direction to do so. At least the physical world. My mental world is constantly changing.
@DaddyEvil (20905)
• United States
3 Dec 15
I don't set goals like that. You are setting yourself up for disappointment when you set goals.