Do you feel sad when someone you know remarks on your behavior – the way you walk, talk or do a particular thing?
If you answered – YES then I have the solution for you.
You don’t have to live this way. Wherever you go, you are bound to find 2 types of people – one who mingles and helps you and one who don’t miss any opportunity to make you feel less.
Being human we tend to remember the negatives much longer than all the positives. It is saddening. The simple way to not let this bother you is – to avoid those people.
People who are unfriendly, cruel or rude. You don’t need to hang out with them. Your time is precious – don’t waste it listening to people who get fun in poking you.
Avoid them and spend your time with people who understands you, loves to be funny with you and uplifts you.
The biggest mistake we do – is tolerate them.
It seems easy. We don’t want to appear uncool by avoiding them. We let them sit on our mind and hurt us even when they had gone. It is bad.
You are doing the right thing when you accept some people and avoid others.
3 Harmful Effects When You Hang Out with Wrong People
- Initially you don’t see the impact people they have on you. 5 years down the line you become one of them. We absorbed their qualities. It would be a big blunder when you spend time with people who are losers, unfriendly and nasty. On the flip side, when you surround yourself with best minds, you outgrow yourself and experience awesomeness.
- Bad habits and traits are easy to pass on. Chances are you might adopt the bad habits, rude behavior and negative mindset from them. You won’t understand it now, gradually you will change.
- You start to limit your creativity. There comes an invisible net which hinders in all the great thinking and ventures you could have started. You limit yourself and start a race to the bottom. You start to degrade, not something you want, right?
Stay with Awesome People
You are surrounded by people who are awesome, helpful and healthy critic. When you start something – for example a new passion. It may be singing, dancing or coding websites. You need to casually pick up people with whom you share your growth.
Some people might be okay with it, others will demean you and stop you from exploring. But on the other side, there will be some people who will understand you and your passion.
They will stood by you, help you and critic you. But those critics would be logical and constructive. When you stay in a group where everyone is making you feel less then you will not grow. On the other hand when you choose to stay with amazing people who pushes you, challenges you and guides you then your growth takes an exceptional curve.
You should aim for that. Your support people matters a lot. Choose them wisely.