By Vernalee
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If you’ll heard it once, you have heard it a zillion times.
Misery loves company.
Yes, it’s true that some unhappy people like other people to be unhappy too.
In fact, some people who are unhappy may get some consolation from knowing that others are unhappy. They may if given the opportunity contribute to your misery.
No!
I’m glad that you and I don’t fit that mold!
Adding to the misery loves company idiom, there are other similiat expression that borders this area.
Check these out!
* Misery loves company, but karma will come full circle.
* Be so busy living your life that there is no time for hate, regret, worry, fret, or fear.
* There are some people who always seem angry and continuously look for conflict. Walk away, the battle they are fighting isn’t with you, it is with themselves.
* Misery loves company, but happiness is a better friend.
* Whoever is trying to bring you down is already below you.
* Bad company corrupts good character.
* The biggest barrier to happiness is association with miserable and angry people.
* Associate yourself with people of good quality for it is better to be alone than in bad company.
* Never tell your problems to just anyone… 20% don’t care and the other 75% are glad you have them. You are one of the fortunate ones if you can find 5% who cares.
* Be careful who you listen to…Not everyone that speaks into your life has your best interest at heart.
* Fake people are the worst people. They always appear to be happy. When inside, they’re so jealous & hurting over someone else’s life …!
* Go ahead judge me, just remember to be perfect the rest of your life.
Remember this important fact.
Misery (just like its opposite companion, joy) comes from within.
Misery doesn’t have to stay.
It can be replaced.
It is difficult to be productive if you are miserable and drowning in a river of sorrow.
Move to the next level and realize your dreams,
Lift yourself up; be in the company of positive people.
I like to be up, not down; laugh not cry; happy not sad.
Don’t you?
Negativity is just not my cup of tea!
Positiveness is so much better!
Agreed?
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