Who could blame those that complain so much about all of the challenges and disruptions over the past year? I will blame some and move on without them, it’s well past time to have moved on. A little complaining can go a very long way. As my father has said many times, “build a bridge and get over it.”
If you spend so much of your time worried solely on what is wrong, that is what you talk about most. You then quickly become an overwhelming drain on people rather than a resource for them to relate with.
A fixed and negative mindset of complaint closes off any opportunity to improve your circumstances. Others eventually walk away from the complaining to avoid being pulled into these destructive cycles.
An open and positive mindset, beginning with a gratitude for the many blessings we still have, promotes our opportunity for continual growth and draws in the support and resources of others.
Solve together rather than complain until you are miserably alone.
“Be grateful for what you have and stop complaining – it bores everybody else, does you no good, and doesn’t solve any problems.” — Zig Ziglar —