Some around here complain about 'too much' content, some complain about 'too little'. Now kathyp complains there 'is none' or its under cover.
(I think some folks just like to complain…)
Psychologists often refer to a disorder whereby clients suffer with overwhelming frustrations while seeking irrational perfections in the world as the 'Goldilocks Syndrome"
It describes those obsessing over their 'lack of control' of the world, their lives and their relationships.
Destructive behavoirs minimally include lashing out at those who they perceive as obstructions to their world at any given time.
CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy) is especially suited for the disorder due to its desensitizing nature, or repeatedly presenting the client with situations that challenge the irrational thoughts until it is 'finally' recognized (by the client) that 'they have no control over anything other than how they react' to the world, regardless of the circumstance.
Please Allow me to repeat that; The cure manifests when the client finally recognizes "THEY HAVE NO CONTROL OTHER THAN HOW THEY REACT"
"Everybody's looking for something. Some of them want to abuse you. Some of them want to be abused." Eurythmics