3. The third type is the Chronic Complainers.
They keep on pondering over one thing all the time. No matter how much you make them understand the situation or try to solve the situation, they will bring up the topic again and again. This creates anxiety not only for the one who complains but also for the one who listens to that person.
Now the question is, why this complaining creates negativity around us?
Well, there is a phenomenon called ‘experience-dependent neuroplasticity’. This is the continuous creation and grouping of neuron connections in our brains. Our life experiences give way to this phenomenon. So if the brain thinks about a particular thing repeatedly, it will trigger the same neurons every time. So, if we always keep on worrying, if we always remain anxious, negativity will overshadow our thoughts.
So, when someone complains, the complainer and the listener experience negativity which restricts their personal development. If one dwells in negativity, they can never be happy and without happiness, they can never progress. So it is high time we stop complaining and also stop entertaining complaints. We live in a beautiful universe. We should enjoy it.