Bad Thinking People 👿 Protect Yourself!

In a world where people are constantly bombarded with information, it’s easy to fall into the trap of bad thinking. Bad-thinking people are those who make snap judgments, base their opinions on emotion rather than logic, and always look for the negative in every situation. This type of thinking can lead to problems in both your personal and professional life. If you want to avoid being a bad-thinking person, there are a few things you can do.

Defend yourself from evil-thinking people

The element behind unthinking people is low self-esteem. This lack of appreciation of themselves generates a continuous suspicion and the feeling that they are going to be attacked, looked down upon or abused.

Bad-thinking people always have been and always will be. We cannot drive them out of our lives so easily. They are indeed often an integral part of it: family, friends… Far from being influenced or even tortured by their projections, comments and reflections, it is better to learn to deal with them. Be a little more impervious to them, thus maintaining a healthy and healthy distance.

Now let’s go a little further. What’s behind bad-thinking people? Is it a disease, a distinctive personality trait? The reality is that this type of profiles combine in their behavior a whole series of traits that are very interesting to approach. A way of understanding them that, without a doubt, will help us.

“There are two causes for all confusion: not saying what we mean and not doing what we say. When we say what we mean and do what we say, we become trustworthy.

-Angeles Arrien-

Negative thoughts and self-esteem

We already have an almost essential clue about bad-thinking people: self-esteem. Surely you yourself have experienced more than one similar situation: people who, without knowing why, and despite a close relationship with you, are almost always suspicious of what you tell them, what you do. They do not believe your words and tend to deduce completely erroneous and inappropriate aspects. Even extreme.

Psychologists Abalakina-Paap, M. Stephan, Winston Craig from the University of California are pointing out something important to us thanks to a study. The human brain is characterized by mistrust. This is so for a very simple fact: we manage to be more careful to guarantee our survival. However, there are profiles that are more suspicious than others. Those who are unable to build bonds based on trust and respect from those around them.

Distrust, the continuous feeling that we are deceiving them is based on low self-esteem. This feeling that they are in a corner of the world where others do not understand or accept them. They feel misunderstood, and this misunderstanding in turn arouses a rudimentary form of self-protection such as suspicion and mistrust. If I distrust people, I will be more protected.

Distrust and low self-esteem, the circle of suffering

Suspicious people are always aware of everything others say or do, sometimes interpreting that someone is plotting something against them. Unfounded suspicions, insecurities, erroneous judgments… are profiles that can sometimes be paranoid.

It is often also difficult for us to establish bonds of trust with these people, because from them we only get their sanction, their reproach, their sharp gaze thinking the worst of us.
To this low self-esteem are added, in addition, their lack of closeness, and zero affectivity.

Any feeling charged with emotion and closeness can become threatening to his cold, calculating mind. There is rarely tenderness. So they themselves fall into a kind of vicious circle: distrust – bad thoughts – people who avoid them – feeling of loneliness – anger – distrust again.

How to deal with bad-thinking people

We know it is sometimes difficult and it can lead to exasperation. But you have to see all those voids that really make up this kind of inconsiderate people: their lack of self-esteem, their loneliness, their lack of emotional empathy, and basically… their ability to be happy.

On the other hand, there is an aspect that we must take into account. If these behaviors are extreme and continuous, it is very possible that we are dealing with a paranoid personality disorder. In the event that problematic situations arise, it is necessary to recommend that person to seek specialized help.
Putting distance is not always the only answer. Especially if that lost person is your father or that friend you should see more than you would like.

If physical distance is not possible, keep an emotional distance, avoid what they say hurting you.

In our daily lives, we too must be careful not to fall into these excesses guided by excessive mistrust.

Thinking ill of others almost always ends up locking us in the most absolute solitude and also in suffering. Let’s deal with these situations. Let us also defend ourselves against those who dare to violate our psychological and emotional stability with their conspiracies and constant mistrust. No one deserves to live like this.

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Vogue Health Team


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