Detoxing the People Around you
Posted by Mohamed Z.
As humans, we are affected by everything around us either positively or negatively. A good cup of coffee can lead to a great start for the day, whereas a stale cup can add misery instead. A nice walk along the shore can uplift our spirits, whereas walking through a crowded street can feel chaotic.
The people around us also affect us in many ways. Meeting good friends puts a smile on our faces once we approach them. Speaking to a confidant helps relieve stress and the burden of holding in all our worries and troubles. Meeting an acquaintance who seems to be pleasant also helps make our lives more interesting and pleasant.
And, of course, the people in our lives can also have negative impacts on us, our moods, and our outlook. The drama setters can throw you into a tempest of rumors, backstabs, and gossip. The self-interest seekers will suck out your energy and good will for their own gains.
And sometimes even friends and family can cause drama and turmoil for you. You may find yourself absolutely loyal to an acquaintance who shows practically no true loyalty or friendliness in return. Family members may pull you from each of your limbs to help them out with their own problems and their issues they can handle themselves.
Detoxify your list; clear out those non-friends from your life and only befriend those who have shown true companionship in your struggles through life.
You’ll start noticing your life feeling ever purer and clearer.
About Mohamed Z.Mohamed Zeineldine is an Egyptian American content writer with several years of experience. He has written content of various forms for organizations around the world.
Posted on June 27, 2016, in People and tagged acquaintances, Challenges, colleagues, conflicts, detox, detoxifying, drama, family, friends, issues, life, non-friends, People, Problems, struggle. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.