Trapped in path to sorrow, emotionally unhealthy. Short bursts of happiness, but generally more down. Can't escape this cycle
Trapped in sorrow, emotionally unhealthy. Brief happiness bursts, generally more down. Can't escape cycle.
High standards, thief of joy. Laser-focused determination, but nothing is ever good enough. Scared to fail, miss out on happiness.
High standards steal joy. Determined but unsatisfied. Fear failure, miss out on happiness. Play it safe, lack excitement
Perfectionists with unrealistic standards. Never truly happy. "No matter what they do, it could always have been better," says Bennet. Lack of joy, no room for messiness or spontaneity.
Perfectionists, never truly happy. Unattainable standards. No joy due to lack of spontaneity and messiness.
Selfless, always putting others first. Constantly giving, never receiving. Exhausting and discouraging. Pressure to be the glue. Retreat into shells when hurt
Stop a dog's jumping by avoiding knee-lifting or pushing methods. Instead, turn away, ignore the dog, and walk away if needed. Don't make eye contact, speak, or touch. Reward calm behavior. Consistency will help your dog understand not to jump up.
Intense, feel intensely, leading to unhappiness. Deep wounds when betrayed. Closed off, desire love. Hold on too long, draw out misery. Absorb others' bad vibes, dense energy brings unhappiness.
Intense, deep wounds. Closed off, desire love. Hold on, prolong misery. Absorb others' bad vibes, dense energy breeds unhappiness.
Always pursuing desires. Unhappiest when they don't get what they want. Focused on end result, ego worsens. Rarely enjoy little pleasures, constant frowning.
Pursue desires, unhappiest if unfulfilled. End result focus, ego worsens. Rarely enjoy pleasures, constant frowning.