Problems, Issues, Tensions, Agro People, Awkward Situations Are Good For You.

Every day in some shape manner or form we come across situations and or people that annoy us. They grate on us. And it seems that we can never have a perfect day. Or the person that we thought got the lesson is now pushing back leaving us to work at re-establishing boundaries. And that is OK.

How to deal with negative people?

These people are all opportunities for growth. View awkward situations as an opportunity to work on your boundaries; if you know what you don't want in your life then you will know what you do want in your life. And, although this may have a nasty bite in it; Only in the contrast can we set our goals on what we do want. So, experiencing the negative can turn us to wanting the positive. Where we have to be careful is if we have too many people or situations piling up that are all awkward. Here at Fleet and Flower, we know what we do not want and take the time to concentrate on what we do want. If you exist then you are worthy of love. mind yourself, practice self-care, light candles, make your bedroom extra cozy, make hot almond vegan dark chocolate milk, roll on some of our organic+cruelty-free+vegan+blessed perfume oil, monitor your self-talk, practice mindfulness, wear a copper crown, meditate, go for a walk, smile more. What does Jung have to say about this?

C.G. Jung: “Man needs difficulties; they are necessary for health.”
The new attitude gained in the course of analysis tends sooner or later to become inadequate in one way or another, and necessarily so, because the flow of life again and again demands fresh adaptation. Adaptation is never achieved once and for all.…
In the last resort it is highly improbable that there could ever be a therapy which got rid of all difficulties.
Man needs difficulties; they are necessary for health.
What concerns us here is only an excessive amount of them.
C.G. Jung
Collected Works 9
The Transcendent Function