1.To have your needs met.
No matter how legitimate you feel they are, or how obligated you feel other party is to you, it isnít a requirement, and sometimes isnít even possible. Learn to meet your own needs!
2.To feel good about everything all time.
You can survive negative emotions (they donít last long), and taking your emotional temperature all time is counter-productive.
3.To be center of universe.
There are always other people, and other wills to consider. Be willing to be trailer sometimes, not main attraction. It isnít always about you.
4.To have your expectations met.
The lower your expectations, in fact, better youíre likely to feel, because then you can only be happily surprised. Deal with intention, not expectations. How you intend to be, and act; not how you expect things to be, or others to act. You can experience great joy planning a trip. When it doesnít live up to your expectations, be glad you had planning process! As Eisenhauer (US president) said, planning is useless, but necessary.
5.To dish out what you donít want to get back.
Self-fulfilling prophecies are all too often true. If youíre bitter and cynical and expect worst, thatís likely what youíre going to get. If you expect best from others, thatís also what youíre likely to get.
Yes, itís supposedly one of your inalienable rights, but thatís not always what youíll get in real life. Bad things do happen to good people. However, quite often if you look back on events, you will see they worked out for best in long run. While life is not always fair, there is a sort of rough justice out there. It takes perspective, however Ö