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How to Handle Negative People

posted by skirk

Negative PeopleOne of my mom’s best pieces of advice: “Hang with the winners.” This holds true in support groups (stick with the people who have the most sobriety), in college (find the peeps with good study habits), and in your workplace (stay away from the drama queen at the water cooler). Why? Because we actually become like the people we surround ourselves with. We take on their qualities, even as we see they are destructive. Negative people, in particular, prevent us from making positive changes in our life. Here, then, are some suggestions on dealing with a negative friend or relative in order to preserve your sanity.

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  • http://www.thementalhealthgym.com/ Troy Evans

    I have found some great posts on the blog of The Mental Health Gym which talks about similar social and psychological issues we experience in our daily life!
    http://www.thementalhealthgym.com/

  • http://fmmtyt@gmail.com A.R. Wilson

    Hi there,

    I found your blog very intriguing and has given me a few ideas on how to combat the feelings im having at the moment.

    I have recently started my own blog regarding depression amongst other issues I have faced throughout my life.

    I’d appreciate it if you could have a look :)

    Hi there,

    Read a few of your posts and I found some of your posts very humorous. I’ve recently started a blog about my own experiences in life including depression, anxiety, death, drugs and gay culture.

    I’d appreciate it if you could have a look and let me know your thoughts :)

    A.R. Wilson

    http://frommymindtoyourthoughts.blogspot.co.uk/

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