disappointment

The "Fresh Off The Boat" star fired off a series of tweets that seemingly expressed disappointment over the sitcom's renewal.
Fun parenting activities, like kids coughing in your face and poster boards of disappointment.
Author Agapi Stassinopoulous walks us through a meditation from her book "Wake Up to the Joy of You" to help overcome disappointment.
…and how it totally changed me for the better.
How can you do that? Recognizing the importance of uncertainty for spicing up life is a good start. We all know, at some
And in those moments... when we let go of our stubborn hold on our plan, the unexpected turn of events became another part
When you feel disappointed, you are feeling deprived of something you thought was already in motion. If you're feeling like you have an "appointment" with a promotion or a successful presentation or a new love, having that thing not work out is especially crushing because it was kind of a done deal inside your mind.
Disappointments are part of our daily life.  For many reasons things don’t always turn out as we plan or would like.  It
Where once, we as dad's were idolized and could do no wrong, we inherently become pond scum when our children realize we are profoundly human and subject on occasion to fail without notice. The aha moment when Superman is not so super after all.
Knowing you're in the driver's seat doesn't mean life doesn't suck sometimes. It does. But sucky moments don't have to define us.
Instead of fearing what might happen in the unknown, instead of imagining and trying to pre-control worst-case scenarios, we can plan as best we can... and then move forward with a sense of curiosity. We can let things progress, and then respond as needed.
We all know there will be times in our lives where you have to face and deal with public failure. The kind that literally knocks the wind out of our sail. The key is knowing it's okay to be disappointed, you just can't stay there.
I'm not going to get into an explanation of why such masochism is enjoyed let alone pursued. There is none beyond "the madness of art and artists." But I've collected more than my fair share of rejections so far this week, so listen up.
When I think about past friends who mocked my expectations over the years, I noticed a common thread between them, their lives remain stagnant. There's no growth because they don't push themselves or others around them, and they're not happy.
Accepting this different perspective on your disappointment--"I know it feels bad right now, but how can it fuel me?"--gives you the power to minimize the harm that your disappointment does to you in the future.
What about showing gratitude and thankfulness for the things in our lives that may be challenges, disappointments and let downs? How do we handle those?
Let's talk about managing disappointment. I don't mean disappointment in a movie or new restaurant. I mean bone crushing, can't get out of bed disappointment in achieving a big dream. When you try everything to conquer a big goal and it falls flat.
Teenage girls are sensitive to the way people in authority talk to them, especially their mothers. They are easily wounded, feel criticized, and vulnerable when they sense or get outright disapproval. However, mothers are only trying to shape them up to be young women and don't understand their sensitive narcissism.