A lot of Filipinos are complaining about the poverty that the country experiences, and the blame is usually put on the government. Likewise, people point to corruption as the culprit of unemployment, hunger, and insufficiency in the quality of life of the people. As a result, Filipinos of today feel so helpless to the point that they cast hatred towards corrupt politicians and sadly, even to fellow citizens and the country as a whole.
Are you unhappy with your job? Does going to work feels so much of a drag to you that you can’t wait until your shift ends? Do you seem to have a lot of complaints about your job and your employer?
The first step to self-improvement is recognizing harmful behaviors. It could be your coping mechanisms to unlikely circumstances, a result of the way people treated you, or the effects of bad experiences you’ve had.
No matter how much it is ingrained on you, you will reach a point that you will get tired of being negative. More than weighing you down, negativity also affects your quality of life and that of your loved ones. This post will shed light on the destructive behaviors that you probably have and why you need to let them out of your system.
It all started when I watched the movie, “The Secret”.
It has been almost 10 years since I saw that movie and got introduced to one of my friends. I got hooked with the “law of attraction”, and I hoped that it would give me the comfortable life I wanted. Just by staying positive, I felt like I could be in full control of everything that will happen in my life, and that the people I will come across with would be favorable to me. However, it seemed like the exact opposite happened. During that time, I felt depressed and I was constantly haunted by huge bouts of anxiety. I couldn’t understand why unlikely things are happening, but I still continued on applying the lessons I learned in that movie, hoping that everything will work out someday.