The key is to have your own "thing". When your nerves are frayed, immerse yourself in it
Your own attitude?
No......when i get overexpised to an attitude, i go onto my shop and fiddle with a project. Or i bathe and groom my dogs, or i cut some firewood, or i cook something scrumptous,.
When im done, that attitude is no longer ab issue. And in your post attitude sounds like personality. I wouldnt stay around someone with a constant bad attitude.
Post is actually about an attitude a guy was telling me about... Like, his wife, who consistently had a "down" attitude...the kind of attitude no one notices...until a year later...the kind of attitude that seeps energy from you at a very slow speed...but nevertheless it happens...
I still blame him in a way...she had an abortion which he advocated!! And yes...it's a long story....
But yes...it's a good idea to envelope oneself in your own interests...other ppl's attitudes can threaten to overtake, and that's unfair.
Like I said to Jerry. Everyone has a attitude. Most attitudes can be tolerated...the good accepted with the bad. But it's the ones you have to live with from day to day...until you are 85...are the ones you especially need to accept or get used to.
What do you think? Do you think the people in your life now have the attitudes you can stand to be around until death do us part?
Of course you don't have to respond...it' s not easy...
Lucky you, but ppl under 30 are usually easier to live with...you can commiserate with others.
I will admit to being over 30, hon. :)
I wanted to message you but I can't. Open my post on Justin.
Accept it for what it is...Getting depressed wont help..
Drink some coffee and forget about it..
Many married men develop the ability to not even hear feminine voices.
Okay, so maybe that's just me.
Ha. I know what you mean. I don't know what you're saying but say no more.
I've been with my wife since '90. When she starts to exhibit an attitude problem, I hug her, kiss her on the cheek, and whisper into her ear not to be a grumpypuss because I love her.
Attitude is not necessarily a bad thing or a bad word.
You have an attitude. We all do.
True about the word "attitude." A positive attitude doesn't tend to be enervating or tiresome to me though, so I used a negative example.
I don't know... Sometimes a cheerful attitude can be really grating. Like: shutup! Ha.
Nevermind what the attitude is...one still has to get used to other ppl's attitudes. Well, the ppl that hang around in your life, anyway...:)
So you're asking what the key is. The key is to care enough about your relationship with that person that you just accept his or her attitude, in a way that they're more important than whatever bothers you about them. Yes, some people are ridiculously cheerful and maybe even too nice, like Mr. Rodgers and your child's kindergarten teacher.
Yes. Thank you.
The key being...how to be around other attitudes...and how to accept them...live with them...yes...you are right.
STAY HOME AND SHUT UP!
Hey Adrienne...nice that we could pry you away from politics for un momento...
We'd like to get to know you better.