Stop Pissing Everyone Off When You’re Pissed Off

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Those types of people who want everyone else pissed off when they’re pissed off, what’s your deal?

In all my relatively young (I’m 27) years, the only thing I feel that can age me tremendously is when I am with people who suck the life and energy out of me by demanding that I take on theirs.

I’m specifically talking about the kind of people who demand we feel however they’re feeling at any given time; in short, the types who think everyone should adjust to them.

You can probably relate: you’re all on a trip or whatever and everyone’s feeling great, but then suddenly this person does a complete 180 and sulks. Gripes, whines, moans, and is generally just being a big bitch.

If they were sick of course it would be another thing, but I’ve been on a trip with a completely wonderful human being who got sick, but didn’t make everyone subject to her whim. In fact, she was embarrassed she got sick during the trip and didn’t want to bother us as much as possible. Since she was super nice and not at all uptight about it, of course we were all the more eager to help her out.

But just being a bitch about something to your friends, Because I didn’t want to be here waaah waah waah and making everyone feel awful about your presence, that’s what we’re here to discuss.

I’ve seen heaps of friendships (some of them my own) fizzle out or end right then and there when the people around them have had enough of their negative, toxic energy.

Which gets you thinking: how would these types of people react if they met their match in the whine-and-ruin-everyone’s-day department? Would they realize the error of their own ways? Would they point the finger at that person whose attitude is worse than theirs? Would they keep at it and hope sympathy would go over to them?

Sigh. While dealing with people inevitably comes with being alive and navigating your way through society, you have to wonder how some people were raised in that they believe people should go out of their way for them, all the time.

Personally, I’ve long moved on from feeling rage. I just feel sorry, then drop them and move on when they don’t believe you when you call them out even just once. Come on guys, we’re all adults here.

 

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