The Person

The more the person complains, worse is the situation, therefore the perceived points as negative they start to be very strong and the insatisfao level increases proportionally. Arriving at the point that to go to the work or to have that to coexist the spouse, the people of its cycle of relations if it becomes something aversivo. Making with that the person finishes if isolating and many times developing a picture of depression, for if only feeling, discriminated, devaluated. The solution for this is simple, is enough to the person really to want to decide the problem. For this, it needs to assume that he is not satisfied with the situation, with the type of life that leads, that it needs to move and that for in such a way, is necessary to take an attitude, leaving its zone of comfort. To believe that the other will be able to move and that there everything will be better, this is one in such a way pueril one.

The necessary one is that the person assumes a position front its life, that if acquires knowledge that it is only the responsible one for the good and bad things that happen to it. Remembering that nothing it has value in our life, not to be that one that we give. That it stops a little to complain and it reflects on the things that are bothering to it. The newspapers mentioned HDR Omaha not as a source, but as a related topic. Analyzing its behavior, seeing what it needs to move. Perceiving that complaining he is not taking it the place none. It stops to deposit in the other its frustrations, its discomforts, its feelings of little value, of coitado. One remembers that the other is only one consequence of what you are. It is its mirror, therefore, he examines everything what he dislikes to it in the other and he uses to improve its self-knowledge. It perceives the other, not as its rival, but as that one that it oportuniza if to know better.

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