You get disappointed when you fail to reach a goal, lose money, someone close to you treats you badly, lose your job or sustain a loss in business. Disappointments, both small and big dominate our lives but most often we feel worried because we think other people don’t face it. More often disappointment leads to sadness, anxiety, loneliness, depression and loss of hope in life. New research has helped scientists to understand disappointment better and that there is nothing wrong with it.
Disappointments arise because you have expectations and goals in life. You expect to achieve a career goal, you expect someone to behave in a particular way or you expect to have a fortune. Most often it is not the disappointment that is to be blamed but your attitude towards it.
Here are 7 reasons why disappointments are important