When you complain…December 3rd, 2018
When you complain, you make yourself a victim.
You have 3 choices,
- Leave the situation,
- change the situation,
- or accept it.
All else is madness. It leads you to stress and anxiety.
I help people to stop being victims by changing the way that they feel so that the situation changes and so do the other people in it because the relationships change and so does the power within the relationships.
They build an emotional shield around themselves so that other people’s dramas don’t matter.
And they have the strength to get rid of toxic people.
People are able to dramatically change, so long as they want to and don’t have a secondary benefit from being a victim.
People are able to object and fight to change the situation… this takes strength and the first step is to stop being a victim.
If you know people who complain a lot as well as those who have given up and are being bullied please let them know that I can help them.
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It’s about identifying clutter and this can be complicated because clutter is not just physical stuff. Its also old ideas, toxic relationships and bad habits.
Some clutter becomes fairly obvious and can be sorted but then there is the rest…
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