The Case of the Blahs…


I think there’s an anxiety in life where we automatically tend to look to the next thing or we’re complaining about the past. Worrying is not going to make it happen or not happen.
Sherilyn Fenn

 
 
We’ve all experienced it with work, family, friends, relationships. You get stuck in a rut not seeing a way out and you wonder how the hell you got into this situation in the 1st place.
 
What’s the cure?
Well, you can address the issue find out what is causing you to be in such a blase state of mind.  Set goals to fix them and keep moving forward.
 
Complaining about a life situation will get you know where. Sure it’s always good to vent (healthy even) but when you find yourself in a vicious cycle you can’t seem to get out of who do you blame?
 
Others????
 
Or yourself?
 
There’s so much “credit” we can give to other people when it comes to our problems…but in the end it IS our life and it IS up to us to fix what’s wrong or simply to improve on what’s already there.
 
What I cannot stand are chronic complainers. We all know them, hell maybe even some of you are…how does it make you feel though when the shoe is on the other foot and you have a friend or family member or even spouse/life partner who seems to make it a “hobby” to constantly nag/complain???? Doesn’t feel great does it? So why put someone else through the same?
 
There’s so much that bitching can do for us before all it becomes is hot air…you stagnant, not moving forward and whose fault does it end up being? Certainly not your friends and family…not your partner if you are not taking responsibility for your own actions. 
 
I cannot ever stress enough how important it is to take charge of your own life. If you don’t like what’s going on c.h.a.n.g.e. it…for the better….get rid of all that damn negativity and find something positive, something worthwhile to fill in that dead space.
Trust me..it works!
🙂
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