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'''Dissatisfaction''' is an [[emotional state]], a feeling of being [[Happiness|unhappy]] and discontented - not [[satisfaction|satisfied]]. It is engendered when our [[psychological needs]] remain unmet over time and is often associated with [[disappointment]] and [[frustration]].
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'''Dissatisfaction''' is an [[emotional state]], a feeling of being [[Happiness|unhappy]] and discontented - not [[satisfaction|satisfied]]. It is engendered when our [[psychological needs]] remain unmet over time and is often associated with [[disappointment]] and [[frustration]]. [[Contentment]] is the opposite emotion
 
 
   
   
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==See also==
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*[[Relative deprivation]]
   
 
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Dissatisfaction is an emotional state, a feeling of being unhappy and discontented - not satisfied. It is engendered when our psychological needs remain unmet over time and is often associated with disappointment and frustration. Contentment is the opposite emotion


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