Lately, I’ve just been fed up with people complaining about the same thing over and over, but is not doing anything about it. One is a work thing, another is about a girl, and another is about not going anywhere with life. Clearly, I can tell that they’ve had it. They know it internally, but still want to defend the situation because they may be scared to quit.
All in all, it’s really hard to quit a job or breakup with someone. However, here are some key points to know that you’re fed up:
- You complain to your closest friends, family and co-workers constantly. Bonus: Especially to the point where they tell you to either shut up or do something about it.
- You often think, “Am I settling” or “Am I just too comfortable”?
- You are absolutely scared about new possibilities, but often dream that life would be better.
- You know you deserve better. Your cat even gives you that look that you deserve better.
- You are constantly looking at articles or “asking for a friend” to see how to break up with someone or how to leave your job
- You accepted that there’s no way this situation will change.
- You feel like you’re wasting a lot of time, energy, and money for something or someone you might not necessarily want to invest in.
- You feel like you’re being used and undervalued. You’re not being paid enough or your S/O doesn’t even say thanks and reciprocate.
- You’ve thought about breaking it off – a lot!
Okay, so you took the quiz and agreed with most, if not all of them. First of all, I’m not going to tell you what to do. Second, you’re probably not going to listen anyway. However, you know how you feel now (especially if you’re nodding your head to many of these statements) so the decision is all yours! If you’re unhappy, quit bitching and start doing something about it whether it’s talking to your boss or significant other or seriously consider leaving. I know, I know, it’s not as easy as it sounds. My best advice? Make sure to have a plan of attack and have a very supportive bunch of people around you when you decide to take that leap of faith.