People you should keep out of your life

You can’t live a positive life around negative people. People like these inhabit out families, work environments and social circles. It can be emotionally draining just being around them. You must be careful because their negative attitudes and opinions are harmful. Read on to know about a few people who you need to ignore at all cost

Negativity breeds dissatisfaction and clutters the mind. And when the mind is cluttered with negativity, happiness is hard to come by. Letting go of negative people doesn’t mean you hate them, or that you wish them harm; it just means you care about your own well-being. Because every time you subtract negative from your life, you make room for more positive. Here are seven such people you might need to put on your ignore list

The one who dishonours your dreams: Stop giving credit to those who discredit your dreams. These people are punishing your potential by slowly extinguishing your inner flame with their watered down vision of what you are capable of achieving.If you give in and let their negativity convince you of who you are, their madness will wither you away. You will change into who they say you are, rather than living honestly as youeself. In this way, these people will steal your life from you. ou will lose track of where their opinion ends and your reality begins. Their fiction will become your life’s story. Life, after all, is an open-ended journey and 99 percent what you achieve comes directly from what you work to achieve on a daily basis.

The person you have failed to please: Some people are impossible to please; you will not be able to break through to them no matter what you do. Accept this harsh as a fact of life.Throughout your lifetime some people will discredit you, disrespect you and treat you poorly for no apparent reason at all. Don’t consume yourself with trying to change them or win their approval. And don’t make any space in your heart to hate them. Simply walk away and let karma deal with the things they do, because any bit of time you spend on them will be wasted, and any bit of hate and aggravation in your heart will only hurt you.

The manipulator: Beware of manipulators, or bullies, who try to use their negativity to intimidate and manipulate your thoughts. If you observe them from a distance, you will realize that these people are often overly self-referential. In other words, the people around them (YOU) fit into their plan simply based on how they can be used or manipulated for their own personal gain. These people routinely prioritize their own feelings and needs over and above everyone else’s. They will demand that you bend over to help them, but if, heaven forbid, you need help, they will not be able to stand it. Hen someone tries to bully you, stand up for yourself.

The one who insists you should be someone else: In the long run, it’s always better to be disrespected for who you are than respected for who you are not. In fact, the only relationships that work well are the ones that make you a better person without changing you into someone other than yourself, and without preventing you from outgrowing the person you used to be. There is no need to put on a mask. There is no pretend to be someone you’re not.

The unforgiving friend who refuses to forgive you for your mistakes: The most honorable thing is not to never make mistakes, but to admit to them when you do make them, and then to follow through and do your best to make the wrong things right.Mistakes are part of growing. They are a natural part of every worthwhile endeavor.If someone refuses to support you as you grow beyond your past mistakes, they are now the one that’s making a mistake. Holding on to the unchangeable past is a waste of energy and serves no purpose in creating a better day today. If someone continuously judges you by your past, holds it against you, and refuses to forgive you, you might have to repair your present and future by leaving them behind.

A few tips to help you ignore them

  • Don’t talk, just say ‘Don’t bother me please’.
  • Allow the matter to calm down before approaching the person again. Don’t try to seem desperate fr their attention, however. If you must, forget the ordeal and keep calm with your daily acticities!
  • Do not be rude or mean back to that person. Remember what they did to you and do not do it to anyone.
  • Make sure you realise that you are ignoring someone that could be important in your life.
  • If you really don’t like this person and is willing to take this risk than just don’t speak and have no eye contact, you should really think about this before doing this.