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Why you got to be like that?

Posted by Scanty Demon , Oct 28 2012 · 262 views

I've been seeing a trend where topics that are negative tend to get more attention. My question is why? Honestly does discussing negative topics make you feel better? Maybe it does maybe it doesn't, for me it doesn't. Seeing people talk about negative topics ruins the party its like going to a party and meeting someone only to tell them how horribly murdered your grandmother was, yep that stop a party in a minutes. I guess I just don't like seeing people so negative, I'm not saying that I haven't discussed negative things in the past (see my "Great and horrible decisions characters made") , but all I really want to see is people talking more about the positive things like what they like or something along those lines. Is that too much to ask?

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I have to agree with you. People always seem to talk about the more negative aspects of their lives.

I also don't like it when people "1Up" negativity, that really gets on my nerves.
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Negativity invariably attracts negativity, as people become unhappy they reach out to others, which will spur other people to express negativity (if only to get the same attention).

The only way to get positive posts is to make them and attract other positive people to yourself.

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