Disappointment results from thoughts and expectations being out of line with reality. Your expectations and hopes for others may be too high for the situation at hand. Even if you think your expectations are appropriate and realistic, they may not be realistic at all. Disappointment is an emotion that stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system. A chemical response is triggered which results in melancholy, inertia, and a feeling of hopelessness.
The fear of disappointing others is very normal, but it doesn't mean that it's not a trait in ourselves that has been created because of our childhood, a trauma, or past relationships. But it can also be influenced in later life by our adult relationships, seeing a psychologist or suffering trauma.”Don't Beat Yourself Up. When you find out that you've disappointed someone, don't immediately do what I did in the scenario above and start berating yourself.
So to start off comforting someone, simply describe what you're seeing/sensing. Say something like, “I know you're having such a hard time with this,” or “I'm sorry you're hurting so much.” Also affirm that you hear what they're saying by saying it back to them in your own words. Step back & Consider their perspective, graciously admit when you are wrong. Determine Your Personal Priorities and stop liing your life to please other people.
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