Everybody hates a nagger; and no matter what you do, those frustrating little things are simply inevitable. So every time you feel like losing your temper, be reminded of all these reasons to dismiss the urge to blabber.
It causes stress
Magnifying the petty things is one of the common reasons why we easily get stressed. The emotions and energy that are being used in complaining and chattering drains out our strength and weakens our immune system. Stress, especially when prolonged, is totally harmful to our health, thus, we should dodge any situation that could trigger it.
You’re not right, you’re just angry
In most cases, the sudden influx of strong emotion loses our sense of rationality. Sometimes, we babble over something not because it is truly of importance, but simply because we are being carried away by our emotions. So ladies, think many times over before reacting to something that doesn’t look or sound right, so you won’t seem like a mindless chatterer.
Not only it is ineffective, it also erodes love
When you stress yourself over something of little value, there is a very big possibility that you will only get ignored. Getting ignored then leads you to flare up, and out of your anger comes ugly and hurtful words. You should know that you can never get what you want by constantly repeating yourself. That will simply make people get annoyed by you, or worse, hate you. The trick is to start a mindful conversation.
Nagging only justifies the want to counter-complain
Complaining about the little things and repeating it over and over again until something happens never does any good. Instead, it only opens up a room for arguments. Again, you can never get what you want by blabbering. Everything you will say will only sound gibberish to anyone who hears it, and they will most likely not listen to you. Address the problem by its roots, say it one time, and make no room for counter-complains.
Nagging can be more toxic than infidelity
If you think cheating or physical abuse can only be the reasons for creating a toxic relationship, think again. A nagging wife or girlfriend can equal in toxicity with the two previously mentioned predicaments. A woman who stresses over petty things, magnifies them, and frequently blabber has no difference with a man who sleeps secretly with another woman.
If somebody had told you to stop nagging, listen. Listen before any of your relationships gets ruined. Nagging, blabbering, chattering, whatever you call it, is a sign of poor communication skills.