having the feeling of achievement and worth if you have the right expectation and having the feeling of disappointment if you have the wrong one.

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"Expectations" are a part of life.. "Aspirations" are more goal-oriented,.like dreams we may have for the future.. We 'expect' to be treated fairly for example.<br />
We 'aspire' to lead more exciting or comfortable lives ,for example.<br />
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When expectations are not met,.then we might feel disappointed or short-changed.<br />
However we should expect the best in some regards so that standards are maintained etc..<br />
Expecting too much can be as bad as expecting too little,.So as LocoSquito mentioned,.its a matter of balance.,Which includes a balanced response to whatever the outcomes may be.,regardless of expectations..It has been said "Expect the worst so as to avoid disappointment."<br />
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Without expectations , there is a lack of direction and standards.<br />
Where expectations surpass actual results,.then its either a case of improving how things are done ,or lowering expectations. If expectations are lowered ,we can still aspire to raise them given the requisite future improvements.."Postponed Expectations"..<br />
We can find other ways to get to our dreams..So it is that "expectations" are an integral part of existence and progress..They come in positive and negative forms.<br />
Unrealistic and unsustainable expectations are counter-productive and likely to result in a great let-down experience.."False positivity" can lead to an increase in negative results.<br />
Well tempered expectations come from a healthy mix of informed calculation and the desirability of best overall results under the known circumstances. ecpc (miuaiwa)

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to make ourselves miserable. we'd be a lot better without them. but then without them we will get stomped on. its a bittersweet thing.

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