I Hate Complaining

Fighting Back Boxer

When I have a problem with a company or business…

When I have been yanked around…

When it’s time to stand up for myself…

When it’s time to confront…

I don’t like it.

I feel the negative energy engulfing me…

I feel my positive energy depleting…

Trying to find the right person to help me…

Trying to get to a solution…

It’s exhausting.

That negativity follows me through my day…

I can feel the frustration in my chest…

My energy draining…

Until…

Somebody calls me back…

Explains…

helps…

re-establishes trust…

Only then, can I get back to my life feeling good…

Happy…

Content…

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If you have an unhappy customer, client, spouse, friend…

Earn some good Karma and try to find a win win solution… don’t leave somebody important to you hanging in negativity… Try to make things right…

**You just never know how much damage one hurt customer can cause you… Or more importantly, how many referrals a satisfied, happy customer can give…

3 thoughts on “I Hate Complaining

  1. I understand your discomfort. I was like that, too, when I first began my life in academia – which was virtually all male. In time, I learned to go some place quiet, take a deep cleansing breath, and then think out what I wanted to say. I rehearsed it, so it was smoothly delivered and unemotional. It gave me control of the situation and some practice giving bad news without being confrontational. I will admit I did lose it once, when one of my lab members did something way out of bounds. In this case, since I was in charge, I just let go. It felt good, I’s ashamed to say.
    I don’t know if this will help, since we all deal with these issues in our own way…

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