One of the most notable signs of a person's emotional and vital poverty is the fact that they devote their time and effort to criticizing others.
There is nothing worse than seeing a person criticize and rage against anything and everything around them. Life surrounded by such negativity makes us feel very bad: the words and attitudes of a relentless critic are like viruses that penetrate our minds, devastating it.
It is better to get away from people who criticize too much, because they intoxicate us and suffocate us in a way that can put us out of balance. Living in peace is invaluable, so don't allow anyone to violate your physical and psychological space.
How much time do you spend each day listening to criticism? Much? Not that much ? It's time to get away from it, to get away from this kind of people and situations, as they are endangering your well-being and emotional balance.
Spend your time improving yourself and your environment. Doing so will be useful for two reasons: you will maintain a healthy attitude towards life and you will teach others by your example.
If instead of pointing the finger at others we dealt with correcting our mistakes, we would reach a very high level of well-being. We have to surpass ourselves personally so that we would earn a lot in terms of respect, humility, generosity and honor.
We are not perfect and we do not have to pretend to be perfect, but it is important to maintain an attitude aimed at constant improvement; in this way, we will be able to live our life without being subjected to the emotional states of others.
The most unhappy people in the world are those who worry too much about others' judgments.
There are people who say their opinion about us, about our life, about our decisions or about anything that concerns us. They do it despite no one asking them for their opinion. Usually, they are negative opinions or totally without a criterion; their only purpose is to hurt, despise and feed on the suffering of others.
In general, these are people with low self-esteem, who do not even accept themselves, therefore they are unlikely and unable to accept others. They attribute to other people labels that reflect the way they feel, externalizing their emotional difficulties in this way.
Pay no attention to the things that others do or don't do, pay attention to what you do or don't do.
- Buddha -
Begin to heal your emotional wounds, remembering that each of you is unique and exceptional. You don't need anyone's approval to live. You are adult who can safely make decisions on their own, you have full authority.
Give value to your emotions and feelings, do not be afraid to listen to the thoughts of others, think about yourself. Having to constantly hear criticism and gossip is suffocating for everyone, the important thing is that it is not you who does it.
Remember that groundless criticism symbolizes a great emotional poverty of the person who uses it. If this individual chooses not to improve themselves mentally, and decides to live isolated in his grudge and does not accept any kind of help, then it is better to be emotionally selfish: get away, think about your happiness and protect your interior.
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