Lynnie 's journey
As my posts and website are all about positivity, I thought I would let you know how I deal with the people we come across in our daily lives who are less positive than I try to be. Some are even very miserable. Sometimes people can get miserable for a good reason and before assuming they are just a miserable person it is always good to check if there is some reason they are this way - maybe a death in the family, or a business failure.
Before deciding how to deal with them, see if they need some help in some way. Maybe they just need a few words of kindness. But then, we all know some people who are just naturally miserable - always seeing the worst in any situation, always worrying about the slightest thing.
The first and most important thing is to not let them make you miserable. Stay positive and try to show them the positive sides of their situation. Sympathise with them, but don't let yourself be dragged down to their level. You can only help them if you stay positive -don't join their 'pity party'. This way you may be able to help them become more positive.
If you have friends who are always negative and miserable, it's best not to spend too much time with them. Some people just cannot be changed. The skill is to be able to see who can be helped and who cannot.
Please share your story to inspired people to be positive in every way. :)
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Lynnie supported her elderly parents her working life – she still does. She’s the breadwinner of her family in the Philippines, Hard times and troubles have made her strong and determined and given her a really positive attitude. Now a fulltime housewife and a Mother, she still has time for her hobby, photography, and loves to share. She believes that being a positive thinker helps with stress management and can improve health. She is also member of the Rotary Inner Wheel Charity Organization in United Kingdom.