Among other things, can feeling entitled to things (then not working hard or feeling demotivated and hence not getting results) also cause depression ?
- Fitbit / Cust. Srv.FitbitSTAYmoreYou should watch Jordan Peterson, shows you how men grew up needing and taught we need this more than women. If your a women, it might still help since is lectures can be applied to anyone
- Verizon / DesignSnoopDogeI don’t agree with Peterson when it comes to politics. His “intellectual” commentary on politics comes off as cold and over the top.
But his stance on metaphysics, and philosophical understanding of purpose and meaning is commendable. He speaks of many things that is essential for human living. Concepts suchs as owning up and taking responsibility are basic and sound borderline uninventive. But great swaths of people who are struggling day in and day out have to be reminded of these core ideals. He has helped many people navigate tough times in their lives.
Not a JP fanboy but I’m being non-biased and giving credit where it’s due.Dec 52
- Salesforce BhootmoreHe's a great example of how any intelligent person can justify even the most wrong views. State facts, state opions- if you are smart enough you should be able to draw a curve between them somehow!
After carefully listening to him, could spot so many holes in reasoning, most of them coming from conservative priors or bias.
- Microsoft / EngHRNj30That's an interesting question. Pretty reflective. I am not a counselor but I would say yes that can happen if a person genuinely thinks that they are going to get something or are entitled to something then they don't get it , I would think that at the very least there is disappointment but I would think that it would depend upon how much said person has had to handle disappointments.
- Word definition matters here, but I’ve always believed unhappiness is when expectations don’t match reality. So, yes.