Fact 001: Why do we complain?
Hey, it’s Alek what’s up.
It’s 9:56 AM and it’s rainy over here in Luxembourg.
So today I want to talk to you about complaining.
It’s estimated that the average person complains between 15 and 30 times a day, and that averages about 9 Minutes daily.
While it might feel good at the moment, complaining can do a lot more harm than you might think.
When you complain, you increase your levels of cortisol, also known as the stress hormone. Chronically high levels of cortisol can lead to a variety of health problems, including increased risk of depression, digestive problems, sleep issues, higher blood pressure and even increased risk of heart disease.
So the question is why do we complain:
“Complaints can make us feel like we connect with someone” maybe that is because we are lonely or have lost any sense of communication and connection.
Maybe your Ego is at work or has complaining become equal to connection?
Instead of complaining about something try to look at it from a point of learning. What could you learn from the issue that you want to complain about and structure it differently? Restructure the way you communicate!
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