The Bitch and Moan Club

Most every group has at least  few of them. They always find something to complain about. No matter how good a situation appears to be, somebody will find fault and bring everyone else down.

Ignore them. If you can, distance yourself from them. They are entitled to their view, but they don’t have to damage others whose outlook is more positive and more optimistic.

The bitchers and moaners are often people who have been disappointed in some area of life. Their cynicism arises from hurt, usually hurt that they have not faced up to and processed. They are generally not bad people, but that doesn’t mean you should let them influence you. There is also no point in arguing with them. Their view of what’s wrong comes not from what they’re complaining about in the moment but from their own inner sadness.

If you care about them, treat them with love while refusing to get caught up in their negativity. Share some kindness. Stay positive despite their gloom. Move on quickly.

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