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How to not be bitter to people because ive had a hard life?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 08:02:47    Popularity:     

Tags: people  bitter  ive  life  hard  

to put it bluntly, ive suffered a very hard life, now im aged 40, not only that, but ive missed out on a whole lot of things...never made relationships or had girlfriends, i had severe mental health problems, which i still deal with.....so i feel extremel

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Try smiling it makes you happier they say, forgive yourself do hobbies and move on. help other people with similar problems giving is better than receiving.

"Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest" (Matthew 11:28, KJV). Even so, come, Lord Jesus!

Nothing lasts for ever and the people you see laughing may have bad news to come.

You could try working voluntary for a charity. You meet nice people and it passes the day. You would feel part of a team.

Try to see things from their point of view, I guess. What's their motivation? Figure it out. In the book Feeling Good there's a chapter on how to analyze the actions of other people. Then live your own life without worrying about it.

Make the life you have now productive and adopt a positive outlook.
“GOOD MEDICINE”
A Bible proverb states: “A joyful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit saps one’s strength.” (Proverbs 17:22) In other words, your attitude makes a difference! It can affect whether you attain a goal or give up or whether a tragic event brings out the best in you or the worst.
AVOID PESSIMISM
THE BIBLE SAYS: “If you become discouraged in the day of distress, your strength will be meager.”—Proverbs 24:10.
WHAT IT MEANS: Pessimism will sap you of the strength you need to improve your situation or to help you deal with it.
FOCUS ON THE POSITIVE
THE BIBLE SAYS: “All the days of the afflicted one are bad, but the one with a cheerful heart has a continual feast.”—Proverbs 15:15.
WHAT IT MEANS: If you see everything negatively, you will feel “afflicted” and every day will appear “bad,” or gloomy. But if you focus on positive things, you will have “a cheerful heart” and even feel joyful. The choice is yours.
DO THINGS FOR OTHERS
THE BIBLE SAYS: “There is more happiness in giving than there is in receiving.”—Acts 20:35.
WHAT IT MEANS: Unselfish giving brings deep satisfaction to the giver. Why? Because we were created to do more than simply look after our own needs. (Philippians 2:3, 4; 1 John 4:11) Experiencing the joy of giving can do much to help us cope with negative circumstances in life.
Care for your attitude in the same way you would cultivate a garden. Root out the poisonous weeds of pessimism and negativity. Sow seeds of realistic optimism, and fertilize your life with actions that produce positive emotions. You will reap an emotional crop that will make your life much more rewarding. And it will confirm the fact that attitude makes a difference!

probably by realizing they might be having a hard life too

In most cases it's nearly impossible unless you're a doormat.
But eventually you'll find a few people are not bad at all.

By realizing that not all people are the same and that most of them don't want to hurt you (at least not in the first place).

Bullies are just insecure people that often suffer from mental health problems. Their behavior says very few about you and a lot about them...

I don't think it's good to take it so personally. Some people may be nicer than others, some people are going to be real bitches... it's because they're wired that way, you're won't be the first nor the last to get hurt by them. Don't take people's behaviour that seriously, we're all crazy in some way or another.

You can't isolate yourself from other people entirely because you're going to depend on them, so it's better to change your mind entirely.

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