She Decides To Cut Out Negative People From Her Life - Here's Why.
Sasha Alonzo 5/9/2016
Negative people somehow manage to put a damper on the mood of everyone around them. Their remarks can be toxic and somehow lead to new problems or ignite a spark in a not so positive manner. Rather than keeping these negative people in your every day life, remove them and surround yourself by positive people that will motivate and challenge you in a beneficial manner.
Chances are you know people who are negative. These are the types of people you should exclude from your life because when it comes down to it, who wouldn't choose happiness.
Those who are jealous.
When you accomplish something great those who are closest to you should be insanely happy for you. Instead, we sometimes are surrounded by people who show jealousy over our personal triumphs. These types of people will never truly be happy for your accomplishments because they'll always be jealous of the fact that your accomplishment didn't happen to them.
The debbie downers.
If someone is constantly complaining about their problems and how much their life sucks we tend to feel sorry for them, but when that person makes those remarks all the time you start to feel annoyed. Their "debbie downer" attitude is now more of a black hole that's inevitable sucking you in. It's okay to feel bad for someone but when that person does nothing but complain it's tough to feel the same way.
People who play the victim card.
Some people love attention and their prime way of getting it is by constantly making themselves out to be a victim to gain pity and what they want from others. These people will make excuses for themselves and put the blame on others but never on themselves. If this sounds familiar, don't let them drag you down with them. Get out while you can.
Those who are judgmental.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but when someone's opinion is overshadowed by someone else's, it's safe to say that person doesn't really care about what you have to say. If all you get when you tell someone how you're feeling is negativity and judgment then that person doesn't really have your best interest in mind.
People who lie.
Liars will always deny, deny, deny. Friendships require trust, patience and understanding. If you find yourself questioning whether or not you can even believe what someone is saying, that's a huge red flag.
People who love to gossip.
Sure we all have an urge to socialize amongst friends and family, but when someone gets too much enjoyment from talking about others, especially in a negative manner, well - that's the moment when the line is crossed. It's okay to converse with others but it's an entirely different thing when all someone does is say negative remarks about others.
If someone is unreliable.
Being able to count on others is important. If you invite someone to an event and they say they'll join, you're expecting them to be there. But when it's one excuse after the other about why they all of a sudden had to bail, you're hurt.
Those who have too much arrogance.
It's one thing to be confident. Confidence is a very important thing to have in life but when that confidence is amplified it turns into arrogance and that's where things get messy. If you know someone who always has to have the last say and always has to be right, arrogance is to blame. Try talking to someone like that on a daily basis and I'm sure you'll immediately feel the urge to distance yourself from them.
Those who cheat.
Cheaters put themselves before others in any situation. The reason why cheaters decide to cheat in work, in love or in life is out of their own self-interest or sometimes because of their own lack of confidence. Cheating shows a person's true colors and as a self-interested individual it's best to part yourself from them.
It may seem tough but avoiding these people can bring about a sense of peace in your life. Who wants the stress of dealing with all of these negatives anyway? You've got your own life to live and ain't nobody got time for that.