It's Time To Drop Your Attitude
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It's Time To Drop Your Attitude

Curve the sass or get curved. #RealTalk

It's Time To Drop Your Attitude
The Indian Express

We all have that one friend who needs a major attitude adjustment. If you don't, chances are you are that friend. It's all fine and dandy to throw some sass here and there, but let's be real, it gets irritating after a while. Nobody wants to have a conversation with Oscar the Grouch every day of their life. Don't believe me? Just read my five highly logical reasons as to why you need to drop your attitude zero to one hundred kind of quick.

1. You Can Catch More Flies With Honey Than With Vinegar

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Not literally (for those of you who cringed and said "ew"). You're obviously going to get further in life being sweet rather than bitter. No one likes a salty troll. Also, I don't think people enjoy straight vinegar, so ponder that.

2. Karma Is a B-Word

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Even if you're not superstitious, the universe has a funny way of working itself out. You put into the world what you get out of it. If you're the type of person that likes to give random, unsuspecting strangers the stink eye, then don't be surprised when you get your car keyed.

3. People Feed Off Your Energy

Have you ever been around someone that just sucks the life out of everything like a freaking Dementor? Well, if you have a nasty attitude, the same this is going to go down. Instead of acting like a Negative Nancy, channel your Positive Patsy of whatever name tickles your fancy.

4. Bad Vibes = Bad Life

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I used to work with a girl who oozed negativity. From sunrise to sunset this girl couldn't crack a smile to save her life. In turn she had no friends, no one wanted to share their cool snacks with her, and I'm sure she was labeled undateable by every matchmaking service out there. Trust me, nobody wants to associate with a downer 24/7.

5. The Golden Rule

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You treat people how you want to be treated. Rolling your eyes at the man ringing up your items at Target won't make him rush. Yelling your order at the Chipotle workers won't make them roll your burrito faster. It's all about respect and understanding.

It's normal to get aggravated. Sometimes we can't help when we lash out at people. But the next time you feel like throwing shade just take a breather. Identify your problem. Ninety-five percent of the time I have an attitude because I'm hungry, so if you're like me just eat something and chill yourself out. Life is too good to always be grumpy. Go out with your friends, dance, laugh, have a good time. If someone starts acting up just lend them your ear, maybe they need to let out some steam. Like I said, it's all about respect and understanding.

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