Critical Thought #18: Blaming and Complaining

The Chu Effect

Complaining and justifying will get you no where. It will only aggravate the people around you to where they will not want to be
bothered. And it will only deepen your situation.

We should all take the vow, ” I will not attempt to blame, complain, or justify my situation to anybody.” By continuing to complain in negative connotations, we produce results that will allow for more complaining to be done. If we continue to justify why things are the way they are, we will be absolutely correct. If we continue to blame others as the reason why we are in the predicament that we are in, we will never take the steps to change our situation that we are blaming them for. Besides, everyone has issues that they are dealing with. As a result, people are looking for someone that they can vicariously live through until they can change their situation navigate to this site. If you are sending out your negative issues, they will not want to be involved with you unless they are enjoying misery as well. What things have you found yourself complaining about that if you were to just take it for what it is, you could concentrate on the good things in life? Take a day and observe your behavior relative to this theme. How many times a day do you find yourself blaming, complaining, or justifying something?

One Response to Critical Thought #18: Blaming and Complaining
  1. Pablo
    February 22, 2012 | 05:59

    Love the blog

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