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5 Easy Ways To Make Yourself Miserable July 10, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Gratitude, Humor, Joke, People.
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Don’t worry . . . misery can be attained with these 5 easy tips and techniques!

1.  Cling to Entitlement.  Life owes YOU.

2.  It’s ALL personal.  Ignore nothing and always assume malicious intent.

3.  Focus on problems.  Keep track of all your problems and constantly review them.

4.  Magnify.  Don’t cheat yourself out of misery by maintaining perspective.  All that negativity will eventually become your reality.

5.   Just say “No Thanks” to Gratitude.  Focus on all the ways life disappoints you and keep them in the forefront of your mind.  Discount anything that is going well in your life.

And remember . . . Misery LOVES company.

The more you share yours with others . . . the more you’ll wind up having!

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1. cindy - July 11, 2010

“Part of every misery is, so to speak, the misery’s shadow or reflection: the fact that you don’t merely suffer but have to keep on thinking about the fact that you suffer. I not only live each endless day in grief, but live each day thinking about living each day in grief.”
C.S. Lewis

nrhatch - July 11, 2010

So true . . .

Hardship is inevitable. Misery is optional.

2. Tokeloshe - February 17, 2011

So true.

Namaste.

nrhatch - February 17, 2011

I love this video. It always reminds me to stop whining. 😀

3. Penny - April 20, 2011

I believe we make ourselves miserable, we have the choice to get off our bu–! and make things happen-or we can choose to sit and sulk. Sure things do happen that can make us feel like we are at the end of our world, but our “attitudes” and “choices” for seeking higher grounds needs to kick in. ~!!!

nrhatch - April 20, 2011

Good points, Penny.

Attitude, not aptitude, determines altitude. Soar!


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