Unsatisfied people beg to be pleased but never open themselves up to the feeling the pleasure. We all have a right to feel the way we want, but we don’t have a right to do it at someone else’s expense.
- What is “being pleased” to a person that is never satisfied?
- Does it mean anything to them?
- Should they say it if they don’t feel it or mean it?
- Are they pleased and scared to admit it?
How can one beg for satisfaction when he or she has no standard of what’s great quality or pleasing to them?
- Not only does it make it hard for the unsatisfied to be happy, but it makes them a hard person to get along with.
- Labeled ungrateful and selfish
- Strains relationships
- Affects those around them
How fair is it for someone to repeatedly put in time and effort to make someone feel good and he or she is unaccepting?
- Discourages the party or parties making an effort
If you’re not pleased with everything presented to you, take a look in the mirror, you’re the problem. You can’t make yourself happy and you choose to blame everyone else.
Beggars cannot be choosers if they don’t even know what they want.