It’s pretty interesting to watch how a group of men act when they observe a woman pick up a piggy bank. In my experience, most men respond to the piggy bank the same way. They respond to it with stares, amused grins, arm gestures, and even touching. But does this indicate their desire to be sexual with her?
What we call “negative” in another way, can also be called “positive.” A negative response is constructive. The reaction to the piggy bank reinforces positive thoughts. Conversely, a positive response is destructive. A positive response negates positive thoughts.
We have all experienced or heard people that treat others with disdain. This is not unusual. It happens all the time. Sometimes, people tend to see negative people as well. As humans, we tend to concentrate on what’s negative about us. So when a person with negative characteristics treats others with more contempt than any other group of people, people are naturally inclined to focus their attention elsewhere.
Analyze The Behavior
Many times, negative people engage in destructive behaviors, such as gossiping, insulting, gossiping, and picking fights. Such behaviors can hurt others and those that support them. Moreover, when a person engages in destructive behavior, their negative effects are felt by others.
As a result, many people feel that negative people are hurting them more than any other group of people. We affect more when we are in a group than if we are interacting alone.
If the case reversed, then negative people would have a tendency to affect more than anyone else. In that case, the situation would reverse, and positive people would be negatively affected by the negative people.
It stands to reason that negative people should be viewed with a positive attitude. In fact, it is much more effective to be friendly with negative people than it is to be standoffish with positive people. Neutrality is more likely to inspire positive responses than hostility.
Negative people have the ability to divert attention from themselves by focusing on others. So, when a negative person targets you, your thoughts may be on the piggy bank, while your reactions focused on the negative people. Especially when you attempt to deflect your attention from.
When you look at a group of people, a common reaction is to focus your attention on the positive people. However, if you observe a group of people, you focus your attention on the negative people first, followed by positive people.
Final Words On Piggy Bank
Negative people who are emotionally unstable and do not know how to control their emotions usually turn to destructive behaviors. However, these individuals tend to be aggressive, rude, and disruptive. You will seldom hear negative people admit their behavior to others. Hence, instead, they blame others for their behavior, are angry, and wish to inflict their anger on others.
There is little evidence that negative people really have negative traits, but they do tend to deny their negative behavior. Yet, they are just as likely to be attracted to positive people as they are to be attracted to negative people.
So, if you attracted to a person with negative traits, it’s best to avoid them. Rather, look for someone with a positive, healthy outlook.