A common problem that most people have, is that they confuse their wants for needs.
Most of us have more than we can ever use, but we’re trained to keep wanting more.
It gets painful when we think these wants are actually needs and that we don’t have all that we “need.”
Perhaps its best to take inventory of what we have, what we think we’re missing, and then see if the latter is truly a need or merely a want.
Making that distinction more clear just might be the key to alleviating some unnecessary misery.