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2012.09.23 14:04:33
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Sometimes when things are not going so well in life, we tend to dwell on them and sit around feeling sorry for ourselves. We want to get whatever it is off our chest, so when people ask us how we are, we often give them our "poor me" story. Then in telling the story we stir up the feelings of the sadness or frustration associated with the story. We may think we are getting things off our chest and it may feel good to have someone sympathise with us. But all we are doing really is attracting more of what we are sending out. If your "poor me" story is about all the things that are going wrong at present whether it is illness, relationships, work or friendships. You'll end up attracting more of what you don't want, more negativity and more doom and gloom into that situation.

Instead when things are not going so well, try and think of the positive things in that situation and dwell on those instead. If for instance your partners actions about a particular situation are unreasonable and you feel hurt. Look, instead at times when they have been a tower of strenght in your life. If you can't think of anything amazing, just think about the little things they do that you appreciate, like how they bring you a cup of tea in the morning when you are too tired to get out of bed yourself or how they cook you your favourite meal or run you a bath. Dwelling on those little things and giving gratitude for them will attract more happy and positive times back into the relationship instead of more bad times. Thinking in this way instead of telling your "poor me" story will work so much better in the long run.

When I listen to people telling me their "poor me" story nowadays. I can't help seeing that they are making the situation worse by dwelling on it and giving it power by worrying about it. I've noticed the more they go on and tell their "poor me" story to everbody else, the more their situation gets worse. I sometimes try to help them understand what they are doing. I point out the positive parts of their situation and try to change the vibrations that they are sending out. But unfortunately not everyone wants to listen. Some like playing the "victim" and don't even realise they are doing it. Others wallow in it and love the attention it brings. In those situations all we can do really is send them our thoughts of love and "see" them in a better situation. In time they will learn and realise that seeing the good and the positive in situations is more beneficial as it will bring more happiness. But while you are waiting, just send them thoughts of love and peace.

So next time you are tempted to tell a "poor me" story. Think instead of the good things that you have in your life and smile knowing that if you dwell on those instead, it will bring you more happiness.



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quest
2012.09.24 19:13:54

Reading that post I felt it was written especially for me as I have been telling a poor me story lately about something that is really frustrating me in my life at the moment. I've never really looked at it from the law of attraction point of view, but yes it makes sense. I'm going to change my story and see if things improve.

 
 
quest
2012.09.26 23:07:52

Hi Read this and it does make you think there is a lot in it. I know someone who tells poor me stories all the time and he does seem to attract a lot of bad luck. maybe I'll get him to read this post

 
 
quest
2012.10.30 21:37:37

Wow I've never looked at it that way before. It certainly made me think! I'll think twice in future before I start telling people my sob stories. Well done, thanks for that, I think I needed to hear that.

 
 
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