Negative mind thoughts dating
I once had a coworker whose negative energy would wash over me on a daily basis.
In our conversations, she would complain endlessly about everything – work tasks, family, friends, health, and anything else she could think of.
For example, one of my friends turns into a very toxic self-victimizer whenever we talk about her job.
No matter what I say, she’ll complain about everything related to her job, and when I try to interject with positive comments, she just rolls right over them with more negativity.
They want people to join their 24/7 pity party so they can feel better about themselves.
Maintaining a level of emotional detachment is vital for keeping stress at a distance.
She was also extremely cynical about others, often doubting their intentions and judging them harshly.
Talking to her wasn’t a pleasant experience, to say the least.
A reaction is a hot, thoughtless, in-the-moment eruption of emotion that’s usually driven by your ego (as human beings, we’re more likely to react when we’re disconnected from our logical mind).
It might last just a split second before your intuition kicks in and offers some perspective, or it might take over to the point that you act on it.