Don't give misery any company

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Don’t Give Misery Any Company

 

     The worst thing that you could do is to be around someone who feels miserable about everything.  You know you are around a miserable person, if all they do is complain, and play on your sympathy in order to make you feel sorry for them. Don’t be fooled, this is misery at its best, trying to get you to join in to be its company as well.

 

     I know you’ve heard the saying, ‘misery loves company,” well it’s very easy to fall prey to misery’s distress.  If you hang around a miserable person to long, you will find yourself feeling miserable as well.  Misery longs for someone to feel what it feels, misery is looking for someone to throw a pity party, and then invite others to attend.  When you meet a person that has made friends with misery, don’t look down and mistreat the person, it’s just that misery has found some company. 

 

     Stay far away from misery, it don’t need no company, only thing it needs is to be isolated.  Don’t give up happiness for sadness, don’t give up joy for sorrow, don’t give in to depression, and don’t be negative, don’t give misery the satisfaction, but all together just reject it.  Misery has many friends, many who holds its company, and I guarantee you if you cross paths with misery, it will try to pull you as well.

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Aya Katz 6 years ago from The Ozarks

Zmdoss, good point well made. Sometimes misery is something we must give in to, but if it's genuine, it needs no company, and after giving in to it and isolating it, we can move on. What is not necessary is to throw it a party. This is one of my concerns about support groups.


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creativeone59 6 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

Thank you for a true hub on misery, thank you for a very informative on misery. Thanks for sharing. Godspeed. creativeone59

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