The Positivity Train

Good ol’ positivity. It is a wonderful thing to be able to take the good out of the bad. Despite my often cynical attitude towards humans, I consider myself to be a pretty hopeful, positive person in reference to my own life. I just think other people have an innate tendency to suck Dong. 🤷🏻‍♀️ I know my life is going to be good no matter what. Everything always seems to work out just the way it is supposed to for me even if it doesn’t feel like it’s going to at that time. I am grateful for everything that I have and lately have been content with the way things are going.

Even though I am content I still find myself complaining about trivial shit a lot– and that is something I know I need to work on. Other than that and the occasional weekly “fuck off!” I give to a special someone that works my fucking nerves, I feel I am on the right life path. Now- THE TEA! There are people out there that take this whole positivity thing to the extreme. These are people that use positivity as avoidance. These people are so positive it’s almost sickening. This is an issue, and to me it’s worse and more annoying than being around a negative drone. A negative drone you can tell to shut the fuck up and stop complaining. People will understand your frustration, but you cannot tell Positive Pat to shut the fuck up while she’s trying to make light of a horrible situation.. You’d look like a total dick. AM I WRONG? I guess it’s just the bitch in me that would rather be around a real person dealing with problems than a tap dancing fucking unicorn 🦄 shooting rainbows out of their ass while they’re in crisis. It’s just not realistic. Many issues need to be faced head on without trying to twist them into something wonderful. I understand everyone has their own way of dealing, but with this whole positivity movement are we creating a generation of people that are incapable of facing life problems, because instead of facing them they are being dismissed and avoided for the sake of “our inner peace”. Yes, some things are small and not worth stressing over, but is it really a healthy coping mechanism to dismiss an issue because we’ve already put the Positive Pat on it and shelved it… only for it to come back later… Is everything really capable of being swept under the rug? In my opinion overly positive people are the people that really give no fucks.. LOL! Think about it… #nowthatsthefuckingtea #like #subscribe #follow #tellmetogofuckmyself #haveagoodweekend #dontgetlostinthesauce



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  1. Go fuck yourself, Kash!!!! lol, Just kidding!!!! It is possible to find something good in every bad situation, no matter how small. There is nothing wrong with focusing on the good while you take care of/eliminate the problems. To pretend there is no problem is a different story altogether. That’s just being delusional. Most people in a bad relationship do this. I know I did when I was in a horribly abusive relationship. I somehow justified every awful thing he did to me. I was delusional for 10 years!!! Luckily I woke up and left before he accidentally killed me. It took me many years to recover from that relationship and one of the things that helped was focusing on the good in the world rather than the bad. BTW awesome blog!!

    1. Thanks, Kula Diva!! Yes! That’s what I was getting to, but I didn’t want to make it a relationship centered post, so I didn’t specifically mention that. I wanted other people to give me other situations in which they find people do this, as you said delusional, positivity act to bypass the issue. But yes. I agree. The relationship is most definitely #1. Thank you for your feedback. I’m going to go fuck myself now. 😂 jk.

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