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Why Is Negativity More Popular?

Updated on September 8, 2017
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If we are being honest the ratio of negative shares versus positive shares, I would say the amount would be 12 to 1.


  1. Is it because so many of us have experienced some of the things we witness or share and instead of admitting that it feels good to not feel alone, you would rather laugh and pass it to another to enjoy a laugh at someone's pain?
  2. Is it because you just like to see another In pain regardless?
  3. Have you ever stopped and asked yourselves or others why do we give certain things our attention? Like the actual and honest reason why on a deeper level?

Honest answers Only!

How often do you pass along a fight videotape or a person getting cheated on by their mate?"

See results

Honesty Counts!

How often do you pass along inspirational messages or videos?

See results


" You cannot heal a lifetime of pain overnight, be patient with yourself, it takes just as long as it takes to rebuild yourself."

Do you know what it means?

This quote simply means; if you read between the lines, that if you have become the person that you are from experiencing struggle after struggle or whatever circumstance for years and years then the same amount of years that it took to break you is the same amount of time it will take to heal you and to find your true self!

We can't expect to wake up and be better or less hurt people over night! If you think you can then your not being completely honest with yourselves. Who cares about fooling others into believing that everything is A ok because when the doors close, your left to deal mostly alone!

Which are you?!

"Therefore a victorious army first wins and then seeks battle; a defeated army first battles and then seeks victory."

-Sun Tzu/

Catching on yet?!

Let's look a little deeper! What could this possibly mean?

Could it be that we get so quick to react that our reaction(depending on a positive or negative response) could defeat us in itself, before we've had a chance to justify a situation?

Are we always so quick to physically react or do we take the necessary time out to consider our consequences?

Hard truths that at some point, we all must face!

© 2017 Renee Watson


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