Ready, Aim, Smile: Small Act can Defeat Negativity

Ready, Aim, Smile: Small Act can Defeat Negativity

We all have bad days - some more than others. Every person has his or her own stresses and issues he or she has to deal with, but do you ever run across people that seems to complain about everything? This is such a sad way to live life - the complainers who can never "see the light" or be content with what they have. These also are the people who are the quickest to complain about their situation and the last to do anything to change it. It's easier to complain about something that to work at changing it.

Complaining and negativity are contagious. Have you ever noticed while talking to person or a group of people who is being negative it rubs off on you too? This can be literally be exhausting and possibly make you leave the conversation feeling down.
The best thing to do is not get involved in the conversation - this is what the negative person wants - a reaction from you.

There are people who don't realize how negative they really are. They consumed with negativity day in and day out. A person like this may need frequent positive interaction or conversation.

Telling a person he or she is negative may be a wake-up call for that person to try to focus more on the positive.

If you are a person that feel like you need to help a negative person, remember you're not responsible for his or her negativity or unhappiness. The best thing you can do for a negative person is to be energetic and focus on your own positivity and hopefully your energy will start to rub off on others.

Just remember - keep smiling!

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