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SelfHelp #1 – Moodiness continuation(1)

December 19, 2007

Moodiness affects the entire environment. If the moody person is just part of the group, the group adds even more aggravation to the person. There are people who poke fun at a moody person and there are also others who nudge the moody person to come out of his moodiness. Both will only aggravate the feelings. If the moody person is someone in leading the group or up in the hierarchy, that affects the entire group severely – it would only result in few other people joining the ‘moody club’.

If you are the kind of person getting moody in adversity think about this quote ‘adversity causes some men to break; others to break records’. Adversity does break a few men but those who see beyond that will come out triumphantly.

Moodiness is trait nurtured from childhood. Children growing alone are more prone to moodiness. Instead learning to find solution to a crisis situation, the children learn by themselves to resort to moodiness. Moodiness is a success killer, confidence breaker.

There goes this story, two guys were wrestling for a competition. In the pavilion, there were lot of people watching this vigorous competition. In the viewers, there was one fan who kept cursing, bad-mouthing one of the guys wrestling. The guy who got cursed, took the fan’s words seriously and got distracted and defeated. After their feat, another pair came to wrestle. This time too that fan kept cursing one of the guy, nevertheless the guy won the game. Later it was learnt the guy  was slightly deaf. In first competition, the guy took the fan too seriously – took his words by heart and lost his mental composition. He was disturbed both mentally and physically. He lost the competition. See, facing adversity, moodiness, failure go together.

Sometimes life just won’t go well – because some people are not at all compatible with each other. There may be umpteen reasons for this. Those circumstances, would really become troublesome.

(To be continued.. meanwhile try this personality test)

One Comment leave one →
  1. January 8, 2008 9:53 am

    very interesting.
    i’m adding in RSS Reader

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