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If you think about it, why do we complain? I think it’s possibly for the following reasons: 1.) To release the pent-up feelings so they don’t build up or stay bottled up and tight inside us; it gives a feeling … Continue reading
Why Criticism About Others Feels Bad: Why does it feel bad when someone tells you negative things about someone else?
Abraham Hicks say: “Anytime you feel negative emotion, stop and say: Something is important here; otherwise, I would not be feeling this negative emotion.” So when someone is saying negative stuff about someone else (it doesn’t matter they’re talking about … Continue reading