4 Birth Months Who Are Always Unsatisfied With Life
Megan Ruth / Thought Catalog Agency

4 Birth Months Who Are Always Unsatisfied With Life

It’s hard to be happy all the time. Although some people are naturally optimistic, others aren’t that lucky. They struggle to find the beauty in this world and in themselves. Here are the birth months who are always unsatisfied with life:


No matter how much you accomplish, you wish you’d done more. You are incredibly hard on yourself because you have huge dreams. While your ambition is inspiring, you don’t want to end up hurting yourself along your journey toward success. You don’t want to spend every waking day miserable because you haven’t reached a certain milestone yet. You always feel unsatisfied with life because you’re always craving more, more, more. Even when you accomplish something beautiful, you never take the time to celebrate. You simply move onto the next thing. But you need to dwell on your successes more than your failures. Take some time to enjoy the moment when you’ve done a great job. Give yourself a pat on the back instead of rushing to do the next thing on your list.


You aren’t the most optimistic person in the world. Even when everything is going right, you find something to worry about in your career or relationships. You believe that when things are too good to be true, when your life is going to well, something bad is bound to happen to you soon. But that doesn’t have to be the case. No, things might not be this great forever, but you need to enjoy them while they last. If you keep worrying about the worst case scenarios, you’ll miss out on the moment. You need to be more present. You need to let yourself get excited about things. Let yourself hope. Let yourself dream. You’re not foolish for thinking positively. It’s actually really brave.


You’re always unsatisfied with life because you never meet your own expectations. You want to be the best at everything, even if it’s your first try and you’ve never done this before, which is impossible. There’s always going to be someone you believe is smarter than you, prettier than you, more talented than you. You need to stop making comparisons because there’s enough happiness and success to go around. You can’t keep treating everyone else like the competition when they can be inspiration instead. Or a friend. A mentor. Please, stop pushing yourself too hard and expecting yourself to be the best because the best is relative. What matters more than being the best is having fun. Enjoying the ride.


You are always feeling unsatisfied because you’re convinced that the rest of the world is judging you as harshly as you judge yourself. You’re convinced that everyone is out to get you and that everyone you meet is cold and selfish. But that’s not true at all. You can’t allow the people who have hurt you in the past convince you that no one can be trusted. There are good people out there, so you don’t want to push them away once you find them. You don’t want to be searching for every little flaw. Yes, it’s important to keep your eyes open for red flags, but if you find tiny faults in everyone who loves you, then you’re going to remain unsatisfied. You need to open yourself up to the possibility of love. You need to let yourself be vulnerable around the right people.