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    LWADE1963   26,803
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gonna change my grumpy attitude

Monday, June 16, 2014

i have a lady at work that is lazy. just plain lazy. always trying to skate by, while i pick up the slack. i work in a factory and i dont mind hard work. i just dont like it when someone else takes easy route making me pick up slack and always do hard work.
in past few days, i have really let this get to me. i go to work, immediatly get in bad mood, and am grumpy all day.

i dont like being like this. i like to be happy. so starting today, ,my new mantra is: i cant change the actions of others, but i can change how i react to them.

i am gonna take it in stride and be happy anyways. i am not gonna get grumpy. this is gonna be hard, but its also hard and exhausting being in a bad mood.


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KAREN-IS-HERE 6/18/2014 4:53PM


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SWDESERTLOVER 6/18/2014 12:11AM

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JOYFULSPIRIT920 6/16/2014 7:41PM

    A difficult, lazy co-worker is a tough one to let go... BUT you can do it.

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BIGPAWSUP 6/16/2014 7:05PM

    Awesome attitude. You can do it!

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SLIMMINGSHAY 6/16/2014 6:49PM

    Happiness is a choice. Way to choose the better option!

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HOLLYM48 6/16/2014 2:34PM

    That is hard but being happy is a choice too. Best of luck with this. I hope the coworker picks up the pace!

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    It is hard to let those things slide by us without reacting so it does take an intentional effort to respond differently. Hugs!!

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WYO_CASEY 6/16/2014 12:59PM

    We've got two people like that at my work, too. It's extremely frustrating, but good for you for making up your mind not to let it get to you anymore!

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