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5 Types Of People To Eliminate From Your Life

Today’s blog is a guest post from an anonymous education blogger who would like to remain nameless. Enjoy

5 Types Of People To Eliminate From Your Life

Life is an untold journey where you come across various circumstances, followed by a different type of people who bring different colors in your life. Some bring happiness, some spread optimism, some brings negativity, while some teach you a lesson. The total amount of this – some – at times makes your life exasperating.

You know when does it frequently happens? When people like you and us fill their circle of social life with a myriad of individuals whether a relative, friend, colleague or some from an acquaintance. If you want to lead a peaceful life, it’s necessary to cut down some people from the contact list of your life, then see it’ll become what you once wished to have.

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According to anonymous personality;

You may not be able to control someone’s negative behaviors, but you can control how long you participate in it

At times, I wish may our life would be like a social media account where we would have a liberty to customize our life affairs by organizing people in our life into multiple categories.

It’s a fact that you can’t get rid of those people in your life who are responsible for bowing the seed of negativity around you. They are more like free tickets that you can neither deny nor you can accept. So what can you do? You can create a boundary of making any extra bonding relationship with them.

Let’s make a checklist which type of people you should block from your life.

Cut down the following types people from your life

  • The Showoffs

We all have one those relatives who only know how to boast off their wealth and luxuries in their clan. These type of people often directly or indirectly make you feel embarrassed when it comes to sharing. Even if it’s your close friend who did a big favor for you, sooner or later they’ll emphasize it by means of their boasting, or somewhat their self-centered attitude.

  • Those who criticize you all the time

The criticizers in your group of friends, relatives, or even among your colleagues are the one who makes your life a torture. From your way of dressing to your lifestyle, or even your working style, they won’t encourage you in any type of work you do.

You can never feel free and comfortable to act like the real you around these people, and if you can’t be yourself around them, why be around them at all?

  • The Grouchy Moaners

Do you understand the term – Grouchy Moaners? The ones who complain about everything and everyone. They try to make themselves and those around them feel good by sugar-coating the situation and putting the blame on the shoulders of others. For example “Couldn’t get good grades? well, it was the professor’s fault” No supreme power on this planet can stop these people!

Someone said well;

“If someone is constantly putting you down, cut them out of your life – it’s that simple”

  • The judgmental ones

Never let judgmental people cross the limit you set for them. These are the people who will judge you and everyone for everything that you go and do. They’re often quick to jump to conclusions but that simply doesn’t make one judgmental. Severe and repeated criticism of everything that does not match up to their own tastes and beliefs is what makes one a judgmental.

Do or don’t, the judgmental have a unique perspective angle which will make them see everyone in equally negative angles. Distinguishing these individuals is simple as you can without much of a stretch advise by the way they converse with you about others. If they are too judgmental of everyone else when around you, they might be doing the same thing to you when you’re not around.

Someone different from themselves or their views is looked down upon by these people. Due to poor listening or due to being close-minded, their judgmentalism is definitely something you would not want to look up to.

  • Those who spread negativity

The last category itself wraps up the entire concept of this article. The negative people are those who complain 24/7 and always see the life as a glass half empty, is not only not fun, it’s also dangerous for you.

If you hang out with these people too often, you are likely to create negative speculation yourself or even get discouraged. What’s more, we as a whole know how vital it is to focus on the positive to attract better things into our lives.

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Craig Kemp

Craig Kemp

I am a passionate Global EdTech Consultant based in Singapore but working with Schools and EdTech companies all over the world. I am a lifelong learner, dream creator and thought leader. I love to inspire others and find inspiration. Co-founder of #whatisschool, #asiaED edchats and #pubPD.

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