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What Happened When I Didn’t Complain for 32 days. ~ Susan McFadzean I’m sure I’m not alone in this, but I am ashamed to admit that the very first day I started I caught myself complaining (mentally mostly) at least ten times before breakfast. So I made the trick in the first few days to catch myself when I was complaining.

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de The Huffington Post

What Happened When I Stopped Complaining for Two Weeks

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de Emma Johnson

Single moms (and other strong women) need alpha males

The other night my single mom friend Sarah and I were IMing about how we prefer men who are aggressive in bed. “I’m the CEO of my entire life!” Sarah complained. “Do you know how hot it is to let... Keep Reading →


How to Train Yourself to Complain Less in 3 Weeks

Griping like crazy? Here's a three-week plan to dial down your discontent so you can solve the big stuff.

de Redbook

A Month of No Nagging

A Month of No Nagging (Redbook 6/2012). Nagging is a behavioral attempt to an emotional problem where we want to establish a connection & make clear our importance in our hubby's life, for what I say to mean enough to hubby for him to listen. Show me that I'm worth paying attention to, but asking for closeness by complaining isn't helpful so instead say "I need to know that I matter around this issue." Don't nag & ask 1x without repeating. Thank him when he DOES do something. (see p. 2)