I grew up In Detroit MI, I Have also been to over 20 states in The US, Windsor Canada, Nice place . I would say my Favorite States I have visited are Louisville Kentucky , and Colorado Springs Colorado. I also Lived in Korea for 6 years. I was in a lot of places, I was in Combat prefer not to say were. I have lived in The Philippines and Guam , that was after I got out of the army. The army gave me a unique perspective in life, and how great we really have it in life seeing a lot of poor places all over the world. There are some great places in the world also and I learned there are a lot of things America could takes notes for and catch up with. I will never understand why we do not have more speed Trains in America for example. I think it would be great for tourism for example here its safe , fun and easy to use.
Trust me, I’m no Doctor or Psychologist, but I believe without a doubt that constant criticism is a mental disorder.
I understand the basics. Eg; I didn’t like the movie, the food wasn’t good, but some people just can’t accept reality. Eg; The team I rooted for lost, they must have been paid off, or the Refs wanted them to lose
It’s like some people live through a brand or a team, that’s no way to live.
I do criticize myself often. Eg; did I respond to this reader’s email fast enough? Am I insulting reader’s intelligence with this chapter? Why am I lying down when I could be working for the lifestyle that I say I want?
Criticizing yourself too much is bad for your mental health. It can affect your thoughts, it can make you second guess yourself, it can drive you crazy.
I want to challenge the world to stop with the constant criticism, you don’t like the way your team played? Go to tryouts and do it better, don’t go online and say what you would have done, go do it.
Criticism leads to excuses and excuses are dream killers. So I ask, what’s more important to you, building your dreams, or criticizing the way someone is building theirs?