The World War III – Happy V/s Unhappy
Everyone experiences an unhappy mood or an unhappy occasion, but there is a big difference between people experiencing a short time of unhappiness and people who live with it throughout.
Yes! You heard it right; there are people like this around you.
And, they are called Chronically Unhappy People.
These people are often afraid to admit it; most of their unhappiness stems from their own beliefs and behaviors which they often blame it on others esp., the very next individual available. Be it their best friend, a road side vendor, a watchman, a beggar, anyone for the matter. They have negative beliefs and behaviors on each and everything available on earth.
I really, cannot handle these breed of People, for the reason that they always beg others for love, respect and attention. And, these are the things which you should earn by yourself rather than begging.
And notice that these CUP’s avoid solitude to the core. Being alone, means dealing with your own true feelings: fear, anxiety, happiness, anger, joy, resentment, disappointment, anticipation, sadness, excitement, despair, and so on. They can’t survive being alone, not because they feel cynical, but they miss out people, whom they can blame on for their feelings. GET IT!
They constantly feel that the grass is always greener on the other side. They alone want to experience all the happiness in the World. If someone else is happy, they start cribbing about their life, not because they are not happy; but because the other person is happy. They never ever notice that the grass is greener under their own feet too.
Nobody is happy all of the time. And that’s a well known fact. So, stop cribbing about others being happy. They also do experience unhappy feelings; which they wrap up and toss it out, unlike you.
So just GROW UP and Move On!
Love yourself, and for god’s sake, stop comparing yourself with others.
Others may hold your happiness temporarily, but only you can do it permanently.
Hopefully that gives you something for a better change.
Spot-on!! Dealing with chronically unhappy people is emotionally exhausting.