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Being happy gives us a sense of joy, well-being, contentment and gratitude. Also when we are happy our focus shifts from negative to positive things in life hence reducing our tendency to complain.
“The more we complain the more unhappy we get.” – Dennis Prager
Ever imagined how different would our lives be if we stopped complaining.
Complaining is the expression of dissatisfaction or annoyance about something. It can be for a valid reason or simply out of habit.
Complaining out of habit can be harmful to us as it involves constant ranting about how unfair life has been to us. A person complaining out of habit thinks everyone around takes undue advantage of them and can always blame someone or something for their situation. Habitual complaining can have a negative impact on our lives. It is not good for our physical and mental health.
A person used to habitual complaining tries to gain sympathy by always talking about how bad the world is. It can become a self-defence tool for him as we humans always find it difficult to admit our own faults.
We all know old habits die hard but with persistence and by following some simple techniques we can try to stop complaining and start living a meaningful life :
When we complain our focus and attention is on the problem. Instead, if our focus and energy are on the solution, we will not have any time for the complaint.
So let’s try to live the beautiful gift of life, that God has given us, to the fullest ….. !!!
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Gunjan is a certified Mindfulness Coach. She attempts to help individuals and groups bring mindfulness practice into their daily life. She is a passionate blogger and has also published two books.
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