You’re unhappy because things don’t always go your way. You’re an idealist, and a fighter, and you will go great lengths to see your dreams come true. You’re unhappy because you can’t accept that you can only do so much.
You’re unhappy because you want to always be right. You have a hard time accepting flaws in others, needless to say in yourself. You’re unhappy whenever you don’t have the upper hand.
You’re unhappy because you feel misunderstood. Like fellow Aquarius, you dream of an ideal world where people could coexist in loving harmony.
You’re unhappy because you think you’ll never find true love and appreciation. You’re a hopeless romantic and a realist, and you become very jaded and insecure whenever life gives you lemons and jerks to deal with.
You’re unhappy because you’re always afraid you will lose everything you have. Whether it’s about money, health, a relationship or your lifestyle, you cringe at the idea to suddenly become poor, alone or deprived of all the benefits you struggled for so long to achieve.
You’re unhappy because you’re a perfectionist. You need things to be always under your control and you feel terribly affected by sudden changes and random interruptions. You’d like life to be one long, clear path with no bumps in the road.
You’re unhappy because you’re scared people will judge you for your vulnerabilities. You keep your emotions private and always try to look in best shape. You’re miserable because you think you’d look weak if you showed your true colours to the world.
You’re unhappy because you want things to last forever (and they don’t). You put tremendous pressure on relationships, friendships, work, sex, basically every aspect of your life. You’re unhappy when people can’t stand tall to your sky high standards.
You’re unhappy because your idealism and wanderlust burn down as they hit reality at full speed. You wish you had more space for self expression and that you could enjoy the beauty and highs of life, not only the lowest. You suffer because you can’t multiply yourself into enough roles so that you wouldn’t have to work one day in your life.
You’re terribly unhappy when you have to go out of your comfort zone. You’d prefer to be a Peter Pan forever and enjoy whimsical adventures without having to put an actual effort into things.
You’re constantly unhappy because your humanitarian ideas don’t find solace into this reality. You intellectualise your feelings and idealize yourself, your goals and your life, and that often leaves you unhappy and feeling terribly alone. When you’re in your element, the world is your oyster, but otherwise, it feels like a cold, harsh desert.
You’re unhappy because your loneliness cripples and empowers you at the same time. You’re unhappy because you’re not the best at expressing your feelings. You wish you could feel things just a bit less intensely, and then you’d be okay.