How to deal with negative people.
It’s a fact of life that some people are negative. There is no getting away from their negativity, their criticism and their disdain for everything around. It is human nature, it’s unavoidable and it is equally annoying. The more we work on trying to be of service in the world the more we are going to come up against such negativity. But this negative feedback can be used as a tool so we may learn to improve and expand our unconscious potentials. Look for the hidden value in feedback from your clients and whilst dealing with their criticism but must also ensure that it doesn’t get in the way of serving them well
How to cope with negative people
You know them. You’ve worked with them. You’ve maybe even met them a few times. They are the ones who make you feel less than complete. After talking with them you always feel that you are not quite good enough. They may be your co-worker, your friend, your family member, or the countless others you have dealt with on the road to success (and failure). The problem is: how do we manage these people? They are a part of our lives as much as anyone else and can mean the difference between an otherwise great day at work or a disastrous one.
We all have friends who occasionally behave in a negative manner but it’s not until it becomes habitual that we start to notice it and become concerned about it. It is only when you don’t notice it anymore that you start to worry. Negative people are everywhere. Many of us have had some experience dealing with them in our personal lives – maybe you got frustrated during an argument with a friend or colleague, or maybe we were just insulted by someone’s behaviour.
Then there’s also the occasional situation where they just can’t help themselves and they come out of nowhere. More often than not, though, negative behavior is so habitual that it doesn’t come up at all unless something triggers it. If we look for it behind closed doors we’ll find ourselves somewhat surprised by how much negative behavior goes unnoticed. Is it any wonder then how easy it is for this type of behavior to become habit-forming over time.
The first step to dealing with negative people is understanding their pattern of behavior – versus “patterns” of positive people. Try putting yourself in their shoes for a moment: what would keep them from believing that the world is such a bad place?
And once you have identified what could possibly stop them from doing this then you need to figure out how to deal with what keeps their negative beliefs happening anyway.
Never forget that “negative people” will always shift their focus from whatever topic was being discussed when challenged about their negative views! So instead of focusing on whether something is good or bad try focusing on why something might happen.
How to get positive people around you
Some of us are a lot more sensitive to negativity than others. A friend of mine was once having a conversation with another person and he was describing how someone else had insulted him and the other person responded, “You know what I was gonna say? You’re a negativity person.” He replied, “No I am not!” And that was the end of the conversation.
Some people are more sensitive to negativity than others. Some people become soo sensitive to negativity that they become toxic in relationships with people around them, and that is why some relationships end up being toxic for all parties involved. Negativity can be used as a weapon against you, which is why it is important to learn how to deal with it when you encounter it.
Target Your Own Negativity
We should try to send out positivity because it attracts more positivity. Negative thoughts attract negative people. We shouldn’t think negatively about ourselves because we know we are deserving of positive people in our lives.
The Benefits of Surrounding Yourself with Positivity
Spending your time with positive people will make you happier and healthier. You’ll be surrounded by positive energy. You’ll experience more success and achievements. Your decisions will be made easily. You’ll avoid negative influences. You’ll make better decisions. You’ll have happy memories that will last for eternity. A greater sense of well-being will come over you. You’ll feel hopeful and excited for the future.
At this point, the negative person is just a normal part of life. It’s inescapable. A positive person is one who feels that they are right and that their opinion is the right opinion. A negative person thinks they are right but they do not feel they are being heard. We need to be aware that our perception of a person is a reflection of us. So we must remember to be aware of ourselves and how we think about other people and ourselves. If you take some time this week to think about your own thoughts on other people and yourself, you may find that you think differently than you did before. Perhaps you might even change your behavior or your attitude towards people.
Eamon Mc Grenaghan has been helping people heal from all forms of emotional and physical ailments since late 2015. His unique gift of Spiritual Insight and understanding of ancient healing techniques allows Eamon to heal from a distance through the quantum field.
Formerly an IT freelancer, Eamon now assists the spiritually aware awaken and tap into their own Divine essence. Your innate spiritual gifts and psychic abilities will be reignited for the purpose of lifting humanity to a higher level of consciousness.