Can you stay with the person always complain?

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  1. emimemo profile image79
    emimemoposted 6 years ago

    Can you stay with the person always complain?

    If you can stay with the person, what is the tip to make yourself not to upset?

  2. profile image0
    stessilyposted 6 years ago

    An always complaining person is as annoying as a leaky faucet. If you feel that you have to spend any amount of time with a complainer, my tip is to turn down the complainer's voice with an imaginary volume dial. Sounds funny? It works. If you decide that you have to put up with the complaining, then focus on your choice to remain, which returns power to you. If you feel that you can allow them to have their say --- just not over and over and over again ---, then change the subject when they've reasonably given their complaint.
    It all depends on the relationship; if it's a supervisor or manager, you might want to try to find ways to keep busy so there isn't much down time for them to complain.
    Just remember: life is short, so value how you spend those all too precious moments.

  3. jaswinder64 profile image59
    jaswinder64posted 6 years ago

    Yes, if it is my close relative and I have no choice, I can stay. It is a habit of some people that they always complain, no matter what opportunity they have. First of all if you are confident , you can change your this close person, who is always complaining  about everything. It takes some time, but I believe with love you can change this person too. You have to help him to change his or her habit pattern of mind. When you love someone, you can change and stay with that person.

  4. GDiBiase profile image76
    GDiBiaseposted 6 years ago

    Having worked with a person like this it is a draining experience. Nothing was ever done the was she would have done it. She was not a supervisor but she was famous for being asked to do something and she would always whisper about it saying it was not her job. I totally agree with Stessily, I got very use to just ignoring her antics. But it wasn't always easy!

  5. emimemo profile image79
    emimemoposted 6 years ago

    GDiBiase, stessily, jaswinder64,
    Thank you for the answers.
    Yes...I know.... you can't be mean to the person, but it is not easy to be nice always. If I could stay away, I would. But if not, patient is the only key to stay with the person I guess. can't be mean, you can't be selfish, but you should think about yourself.

    Thank you again and vote up for everyone.


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