Be so positive that the negative people don’t want to be around you!

“Be so positive that the negative people don’t want to be around you!”

We don’t need to be everything for everyone.

We’re not going to be liked by everyone, no matter how hard we try or what we do.

That’s okay!

If you’ve committed to living life on a path of positivity for your own mental and physical health, don’t feel obliged to drag everyone in you current life along with you!

Many won’t want to embark on your journey with you. Not because they don’t love you or care for you, but because it doesn’t feel right to them at this time.

We all choose our life paths, some by stepping out onto a new pathway, and others by choosing to remain on the path they’re currently on.

There are no wrong paths or wrong choices, only right timing.

If it’s the right timing for you, bravo, grab it!

Other people will recognize their own timing in due course, but of course sadly some never do.

Having heard about many people’s stories and having lived some of my own, many of us come upon our life’s mission as a result of having made “wrong” choices. God, our Angels and the universe can work our the most marvelous things in our lives through the worst possible scenarios!

It’s not our responsibility to cajole or force others to make changes they’re not ready for, no matter how strongly we feel it’s better for them!

We can only make choices for ourselves.

If people choose to stick around us, or vice versa, if we choose to stick around them, we’re going to need to establish new healthy rules and boundaries for those relationships.

If people choose not to continue in a relationship with us, then our time and season with them has come to a close.

We all can grow, we all can flourish.

Sometimes we need to find our tribe of people who think like us on our new journey.

That’s part of the adventure of life!

Blessings,
Tamara
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10 thoughts on “Be so positive that the negative people don’t want to be around you!

  1. So true!! I have experienced this pain of feeling that I owed people company and they just can’t stand my positivity. Some are outright angry 😁 It took me a while to learn that we are on a different track in our journey.

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  2. Right? I used to think it was my “job” to cheer people up and felt very badly when I wasn’t able to. Not everyone wants to feel happy. Not everyone is ready to feel it. I had well meaning people in my own life trying to get me to “snap out” of feeling anxious or depressed. It certainly works both ways doesn’t it?

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  3. Yes. I used to fear being left alone too. I used to feel I can’t leave my loved ones behind. I have to wait for them until they are happy so we can live happily together. That just added to pain and misery. I finally decided, learned that I am myself worth every joy and happiness I feel.

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  4. Your post makes me think of my own dealings with overly negative people – one individual in particular.

    This person used to complain about everything! So I made it my mission to be their devils advocate and always point out the positive. There response was usually ‘that’s okay for you, but…’

    I quite enjoyed trying to outwit the person with my positivity!

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  5. I love this outlook! Simply by accepting people where they are, and not for where we want them to be, we release the frustration of expectations. Of course, if someone is being hurtful, we have the right to limit out time with them and not to feel guilty! I had to do exactly that, and was bullied by people telling me I wasn’t being a “good” daughter. Then they experienced her behavior for themselves and realized I wasn’t exaggerating. The bullying stopped, but not before the emotional damage had been incorporated I to my spirit. It took a long time for me to heal and to give myself permission to do what I needed to to protect and even to nourish my mental health! I had to learn of my own worth, and to nurture myself. This is a precious gift we give to ourselves!

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  6. How did that turn out? I’ve met a few people bound and determined to see only the negative in everything. Their viewpoint is their hardened shell of protection against being hurt or disappointed again. Did you break through?

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  7. Hardened shell is a good way of putting it – No breakthrough in them being positive, the closest thing to ‘victory’ was when they were complaining about being alone at Christmas, I silienced them completely from their negativity by offering to have them around at my house on the day!

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