I have often seen people complaining about one thing or the other.Complains about the traffic or the long queue at the departmental store, Fussing over weight gain or about the deadlines at work; almost all people complain about something.
Complaining is not bad, but when When most of us indulge in a bit of a moan, it is damaging to health, relationships and careers.
Lately, a colleague was discussing, with me, something about her personal problems and she said ,”I wish, I could live the life you do“.
No matter what I said or did, it never seemed to cheer her up. There is no arguing that she was going through a tough time, but her negative attitude certainly made matters worse.
So what happens if you are the one stuck in the negative attitude? We’ve all been there. I know I sure have. There are days when everything seems to go wrong and complaining is the easiest thing to do.But I find that when you put your mind toward a more positive outlook and force yourself to end complaining, it is possible!
I try not to complain about my life because someone somewhere is fighting to survive.
I do go through difficult times, but I don’t lament about it.If I can’t change a thing, I try to accept and adapt to the situation and try to find out happiness in itself.This does not mean that I give in easily. I try my best to find solutions to my problems on my own and sometimes I seek advice from those, whom I trust.
What will happen if I keep complaining about a problem? Not only shall I affect others and their mood but at the same time, it stops me from noticing simple pleasures in life.
What are the complaints you tend to hear, or make, the most???