Depends on what negative emotions I'm feeling. I normally catch myself and focus on the positive. Others call it giving stupid reasons. For example when I'm waiting for my order at a fast-food restaurant. There was a long line that I waited in and they brought out the wrong order. I've been waiting for fifteen minutes until I finally get to eat. Instead of getting upset, attempt to make sense of everything. Why were they late? It is lunch time and they are very busy. Also, you don't know if the worker has been here for seven hours or just for one. Cut them some slack. They didn't ruin their day so you shouldn't ruin theirs.
Through my writing. I don't see a point of taking my anger/negativity out on other people. In my case, my words speak louder than my actions as is evident in my hubs.
by Robin Layne 8 years ago
Wesleycox has inspired me to share some of my poetry on the forums, not to mention create more Hubs that continue my series on personal experience love stories with poems. On one of his threads he expressed some strong negative emotions in a good poem, and someone thought it was about his...
by flacoinohio 4 years ago
Do you contact a fast food restaurant when they do not correctly fill your drive-thru order?With the price of fast food increasing do you contact the restaurant to notify them of their error or just let it go? Today I ordered a Parmesan chicken sandwich from Burger King and was...
by manatita44 2 years ago
Do you see fear, insecurity and intolerance as a huge problem and if so, why?
by Poethepoet 5 years ago
What's your favorite fast food restaurant?
by Here to Help 13 months ago
What is reality? That is, what makes something real?For example: Is sound real to a deaf man? Are colors real to a blind man? Is the imaginary friend of a child any less real than God to a Catholic?
by Beata Stasak 7 years ago
Do you believe that we need to stay positive to feel good?In the growing field of self-awareness today, we are told that we need to stay positive to feel good. We have a drive to constantly stay happy. We continually put pressure on ourselves to stay in a constant state of joy and happiness, if we...
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