The grass is greener somewhere else
Things are better not here, but somewhere else; not mine, but somebody else’s.
Things seems better not in my life, where I am but in somebody else's life, somewhere else.
Being not content is evolutionarily adaptive. If you are content you aren’t gonna work, built, seek etc.
The opposite of appreciating things.
Counteracting this bias: practicing gratefulnes, flexing the muscle of appreciation, what I have and I don’t even notice
Other is better bias, d
Can cause a person to enter unfulfilled state and a need of always changing, switching, chasing the ideal. And render unable to recognize the states that are the most optimal in relation to their ability to produce value.