One of the exercises this month for our program is to not complain, and to not let others around you complain either. If that means walking away mid-sentence so be it, but no complaints are allowed. I’m loving this exercise enough to share it with all my readers, just in case you may want to do it yourself :).
Complaining may be natural for us, but who really wins when you do it? It keeps you in the context where something is wrong. It limits you, because thoughts which you could be using elsewhere are now used on something which you likely can’t change. Complaining also trains your brain to complain even more. And it keeps you from moving forward.
This is a no-complaint zone. Would you like to join me in doing the same?