Nobody wants to be around someone who complains all the time.
Not too long ago, I wrote a blog post about how to use your talent to make money.
I talked about how people are dissatisfied with their lives and believe that there must be something else better than what they do daily. They complain, walk around with a lot of negativity and a constant woe is me attitude. They don’t take action to change their situation. They just complain. They whine.
This is a whine free zone and I don’t want to hear “I need a change but I can’t. My job is too hectic….I hate my job…This person did this to me…Even if I make a change, who will hear me?…Blah, blah, blah.”
Here, you start, walk, run and finish with victory.
Until you start saying: “I can do it…I will do it…I’m a winner..I will make it…” and take steps to achieve what you want, change will not come.
Here’s a piece of advice:
Stop focusing on the limitations, appreciate and operate the gift in you. Get a move on and do something about it and quit complaining. It’s not every person who really wants to hear your issues. They really don’t. They have their own problems to tackle, pretending and won’t tell it to your face.
Question: How do you deal with someone who never has anything positive to say but always complaining?
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Thank you Jan.
We need to understand the psychology of people we are dealing with or else …
You have to look at the person mental state and what is motivating him/her to whine/negative. Something must have happened in this person past that causes this sort of behavior. I know it is hard to listen at times, but we just have to love that individual and keep encouraging him/her to make positive changes…with God’s grace.