Complaining

You do not get to complain about the choices that you make. That’s not quite how that works free time means your time if it doesn’t fit into what you want then don’t do it, but you do not get to complain about the choices that you make.

We’re at work and want to complain I mean fine it’s a bit annoying, but it happens. No one is holding us hostage wait our responsibilities are scratch that it’s almost worse than having a gun to your head. Still you know we’re here making the best of it. So we can complain.

You do not get to complain about the choices that you make. Oh having a miserable time, can’t seem to understand why you just won’t go, can’t truly stand the person that you’re with but yet here we are complaining about the choices that you make.

I had to seriously learn that lesson either I was going to leave or I was going to continue complaining, but after awhile I got tired of hearing my mouth. My daughter said to me she was upset because she chose to go to a party instead of hanging out with my aunt. She told me she missed her and wanted to see her.

I said well listen you made your choice and maybe it was the wrong one, but you made it, you dont get to sit here and be mad and have an attitude with everyone around you. In that moment I had to internalize that message for myself because how dare I choose misery and sit in it then complain about it.

How many times can we really make a decision that doesn’t suit our best needs? How many times can we actually sit in a choice of unhappiness and expect anyone to want to hear it?

So honestly I ask you to think before you complain because chances are someone’s day may not be that great.

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