‘AWDS’: Help Our Suffering Snowflakes Overcome This DEBILITATING Illness

The Golden Globes with Meryl’s nasty parting shot instead of a gracious acceptance is the latest incident with the snowflake/crybaby group that can’t seem to move past the election results.

We’ve seen Miley’s soggy meltdown, the ridiculous ranting of the ladies on The View, a Wisconsin temper tantrum at the December confirmation of the Electoral College and the uprising in the Senate which Vice President Biden had to squelch unceremoniously. (Albeit, “It’s over!” Being the best, most accurate thing he has uttered in eight years!)

The Oscars will probably be more of the same, so boycott them if possible. The whole five hours’ show is just a narcissistic display of peers breaking their arms to pat themselves and each other on the back anyway.

It is getting old in the public display, and on the personal front as well. Many people were unfriended from Facebook, and in person over the 2016 election. It has been ugly, no doubt.

Here are some suggestions of how disappointment energy can be expended in more productive ways.

For example, instead of a crying jag, try reaching out to a political party’s local chapter. Learn what they are all about and volunteer free time. In this way, some personal time is spent to change things that cause snowflake unrest.

Another way to get an agenda out there is to actually register and vote in the elections. It seems that the loudest, red tailed snivelers are those who neglected their civil duty. Voting is a privilege that many in other countries do not have, or only have one candidate to choose from in an election. Get out and exercise the privilege, otherwise, ZIP IT!

Not being part of the process, but part of the problem, won’t get the job done.

Speaking of jobs, it might be time to go out and look for one, especially if the government is signing your livelihood and deposits. It is possible that that particular well might be on the verge of drying up and fortune always favors the prepared.

If a person is young, healthy and able, work is a fine way to pass the day and keep one’s mind off of troubles. At the end of the day, the tasks completed will find most tired and sleep comes easier.

One really special thing to get the despair out about many things that seem wrong and unfair is to daily stand in front of the mirror and repeat as necessary, “It is not about me personally. The world isn’t fair and doesn’t revolve around me.”

It will be a hard thought habit to form, but continual practice makes perfect. Now, this will be especially hard for those who feel that they need constant attention and their mother calls them son because they are the planetary anchor in the universe.

This is commonly referred to as Attention Whore Deficit Syndrome.

It may be necessary to seek professional counseling or therapy. This is another incidence where the curative power of an actual job is easily seen.

These are just a few forms of rehab for the petutual whiny, spoiled grown up babies that have been throwing continual tantrums since November 9, 2016.

The rest of the free world that holds steady employment, pays the bills on their own and tries to be upstanding parts of the community have heard enough.

It would be a real treat for those who spend their day making ends meet to turn on the television and find that movie and press types are doing what they are trained and touted to do. Entertain/inform the masses and move on.

Someone can grind and the entertainers can dance. That is their only purpose.

NOW – GET TO IT!

photo credit: Pahz 309 of 365/2- So tired. via photopin (license)

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Candace Hardin

About the author, Candace Hardin: Candace Hardin resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She fluent in Spanish and a student of Latin and history. She is a columnist on PolitiChicks.tv. and has a blog, kandisays.blogspot.com. Originally from North Carolina, her writing and beliefs have been heavily influenced by the Appalachian culture and tradition. View all articles by Candace Hardin

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