“Fear is a habit; so is self-pity, defeat, anxiety, despair, hopelessness and resignation. You can eliminate all of these negative habits with two simple resolves: I can!! …And I will!!” ~Anonymous From what I remember, I was a negative person … Continue reading →
“There is little difference in people, but that little difference makes a big difference. The little difference is attitude. The big difference is whether it is positive or negative.” ~W. Clement Stone
Approach the situation in a calm manner. Calm yourself by doing breathing exercises or whatever technique that may work for you.
Sometimes remaining silent is the best way to deal with a negative person. Saying something back only stirs up more negative and has you fall into their trap.
Sometimes the best thing to do is avoid the negative person, if it comes down to it, exit the negative person out of your life. For all they are is poison and toxins. They will only bring you down with them.
Laugh. Find something you find funny and keep laughing and remain your positive self. Note: Laughing is known to be the best cure for all of life’s given situations.
If in an argument don’t explain how you feel, for they might use that against you to fall into their negative black hole that will just suck you right in and you may be left feeling down and all worked up.
Never try and debate with a negative person. They just won’t understand.
If you have no other choice but to be surrounded by negative people, try to keep it short and simple. Ignore any negative comments and revert the conversation with a positive statement.
Always remain with a positive attitude when dealing with any type of negative situations. It will most likely work out to your advantage.
“Believe in yourself and you can Create What You Want.” -Dianne Furphy
Tomorrow my son and I will be participating in a walk called the Dash for Organ & Tissue Donor Awareness taking place in my hometown: Philadelphia. We are participating in the walk with a good friend of mine who I basically grew up with since we were in diapers—and her family. The reason we are walking is in memory of a loved one my friend and her family lost—her brother; Jackie McCarron who was only 30 years old at the time of his death. Their eldest sister stated, “This Sunday, April 17th is the Dash for Organ & Tissue Awareness walk/run beginning @ the Art Museum of Philadelphia. My brother Jack donated his organs on April 13th, 2009. He saved 5 lives with his choice to Give the gift of Life. Come out for Our Knight In shining Armor. Our team name is Jack’s Knights.” I am more than happy to be a part of this walk to help keep his memory alive; for he was a tender-hearted, optimistic, loving, caring, amazing person. I am also doing this to help support this family who has been holding up so strong and courageous. Although their hearts ache every single day knowing that he is not here on earth anymore, I am sure his spirit and energy is surrounding them every single day, protecting them; for he is their Angel up above…. In Loving Memory of Jackie McCarron <3
To learn more and also be involved with this walk/run please click on the link provided below.
“Stress is the trash of modern life—we all generate it but if you don’t dispose of it properly, it will pile up and overtake your life.” ~Danzae Pace Breathing exercises. Wherever you are or whatever you may be doing, stop … Continue reading →