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Negative Thoughts

Complaining is Bad for Your Health

Can you get through a whole day without complaining? I don’t mean the justifiable protest at getting shoddy service or goods. Instead, I mean the more day-to-day moaning and whinging about other people or the world in general.

In fact, we all regularly complain about modern life, our boss, the government, the youth of today, and so on. In fact, the list is endless. Sometimes, complaining acts as a kind of social glue – it gives us a common purpose and sometimes identifies a common enemy.

Dealing with Negative Self-Judgements

Do you ever find negative thoughts popping into your mind? Thoughts like, “I am a loser, nothing I do ever works out”, or “No-one takes me seriously”. It is quite normal for people to have these kinds of negative judgemental thoughts – but they can be especially troublesome for people who are anxious or depressed. If we cannot unhook from them they become a mental ‘quicksand’ and we can get bogged down by them.

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