It is a known fact that everyone complains, but it shouldn’t be recurring each and every moment of your life.
As there’s a motto that complaining today won’t make it any easier on tomorrow; but yes, everyone complains at some point in his or her life.
Based on that, there are different types of complainers –
- VENTER. This is a type of person who is a person who is dissatisfied with everything. But there are many brilliant solutions for that and yet, he doesn’t want to hear about those. These kinds of people are soul-draining, and they are a headache – not only for the person but also for the people around him.
- SYMPATHY SEEKERS. This is one type of people who only knows how to seek sympathy from others in the tone of ‘I know this since I have also been in the same situation’.
- CHRONIC COMPLAINERS. This is one type of complainers who lives in a constant of complaining. They find the time to complain about the same thing over and over again. However, his type of complainers brings anxiety and worry to themselves as they are promoted by constant complaining and this only makes the situation worse.
So, see, there are even classes of complainers. Granted, they complain, but it shouldn’t be repetitive as the brain learns to trigger the same neurons each time due to repetitive thinking. So, don’t focus your mind to do the same repetitive complaining every time as nothing will work in that type of situation and will only aid you in thinking the same thoughts over and over again; this only turns to shape the mind into becoming more vulnerable to anxiety.
Instead of complaining, we should hold ourselves and ask what the next best step is instead of complaining. We should try to catch ourselves in a complaint and not rouse it.
Instead of complaining, be grateful for the small things that you can try to notice, no matter how small it is.
Don’t just complain, try to let it go. You will see that there will be no negative thoughts plaguing your mind, and you can much focus your energy on something better.
It is best that we should allow our minds to focus on something better instead of trying to find fault in others and complaining it to the world at large.