Dewuan .

@FryedOreo·3mo ago·1:12

Can you beat Negativity with Positive Bullying?

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"…And it's an odd way of saying negativism. Usually negativity is the way people typically go about it. But is that sign negative? What are your thoughts?…"

What Say You?

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Lance Watson

@lwatsonjr · 3mo ago · 4:31

"…Or would you remember the beautiful scenery as you were taking the hike from that experience, from that event? And a lot of times I think that our own individual penchant for being negative for people that we characterize identify as negative people or people. And I found that humorous too. It's a really weird way of saying negativity, but people who practice negativism think we over utilize isms nowadays.…"

Dark or rose-tinted…#Negativity #AskSwell

Dewuan .

@FryedOreo · 3mo ago · 4:47

"…Lance, thank you for not only taking the time to listen to this well, but to also offer an audio response. And I have often qualms and struggles with options of Negativity because I do find at times generally I understand what that sign implies. There's this obviously process in which people want it to be a positive work environment. Therefore you are more efficient with your work and you are comfortable at a place that you are working at and therefore you want to be there more often than not.…"

Thank you @lwatsonjr

Lance Watson

@lwatsonjr · 3mo ago · 4:04

"…I would love to hear your perspective about status quotes because I think that this particular Swell cast that you posted around positive bullying and your thoughts around that would be awesome as a contribution to the status quo cast, some interesting perspectives on there. And so I would love to get more dialogue around this because I think it all alludes to the same place.…"

@FryedOreo: Yes, I sent an invite…😂

JJ True

@JJTrue · 3mo ago · 2:13

"…And it's good to have, like, a positive outlook on life, but it's not healthy either to not look at things that are not necessarily positive, but are realistically negative for your own benefit of evaluating things for survival or just navigating life every day. Right. Anyway, I'm starting to digress here a bit.…"

@FryedOreo

Dewuan .

@FryedOreo · 3mo ago · 3:08

"…And if a person doesn't understand or needs a bit more clarification, I am always happy to oblige with my viewpoint. But when a person has already had their mind made up not only on what you say, but who you are and your character, that is where the folly takes place. And there's really nothing you can do about that. You can't try to convince people that you are positive when in fact you actually are positive.…"

Thank you @JJTrue

JJ True

@JJTrue · 3mo ago · 2:08

"…Sorry for the late reply on this. I just kind of caught your response right now. Thank you for that. And yeah, man, I like, I like, I like replying to thought provoking posts like this because these are topics that are like the office in the room that people just refuse to or just ignore you're. Right, though, just to talk to you. Just because you're talking about of something that isn't positive doesn't make you a negative.…"

@FryedOreo

Dewuan .

@FryedOreo · 3mo ago · 4:22

"…With that being said, yes, I will share more about aspects of negativity and how it can be harmful to only want to surround yourself with Positivity. The subjectivity of man cast doubt on true positivity and negativity. And what I scarcely predict is that many people walk through life unknowingly delving into negativity masquerading as Positivity, because there is always this fun story I like to share, and it involves my social audio journey. There was one guy I knew who loved to talk about Positivity.…"

The circle of subjectivity. @JJTrue

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