That girl that got smashed in the face with the watermelon on The Amazing Race ..... was one tough chick. I remember watching that episode and was awe struck that she was able to finish the challenge. That was fricking insane!
That girl that got smashed in the face with the watermelon on The Amazing Race ..... was amazing. I remember watching that episode and was awe struck that she was able to finisht the challenge. That was fricking insane!
I know the importance of being grateful for what you have, certainly. But I never associated complaining with ungratefulness. Everything in life that is unpleasant is worthy of expression. The entire music industry is mostly one huge b*tch session. I think what the guy in the OP was doing was complaining about people who complain. I think he misses the point about what open complaining truly is; which is merely an opportunity for humans to express their emotions; to relate and to seek understanding and perhaps empathy (not to be mistaken for sympathy) from others. Who the heck likes to sit through 16 stop lights in traffic on their 45 minute drive home from work every day? You'd have to be crazy for keeping that steam bottled up inside 5 days a week/50 weeks/year. It's true, you have to check your attitude and your thinking and realize all 16 of those stop lights were designed for your safety and the safety of those you love and the rest of our society and their loved ones as well.
What is the true cause of the complaint?
Can the cause be changed?
If so, make the change.
If not, accept and change the mind.
Otherwise, b*tch out loud, saying...