Struggle

Too many people are using the word "struggle" too often and too easily, in 2017.

Examples:

"Hes blunt: I struggle with the idea that a cauliflower base with some cheese and tomato on top is called a pizza. It aint a pizza."

That is not a struggle. He had a definite opinion.


2018the struggle continues.
-=- and struggle keeping the balance...-=-
-=-We're feeling stagnant and struggling-=-

Too much struggling. Relax.

Struggling is a waste of energy.

I know the world "struggle" is as popular as "groovy" was in 1967, but it's not nearly as groovy.

http://sandradodd.com/battle

IF every time you start to write or say "struggle" you stop and rephrase, then you can move toward rephrasing every time you *think* "struggle." And your struggles will be over as soon as you stop struggling.


June 2018, not about unschooling, from a closed group I'm in, me writing:
The word "struggling" is used too much lately. Everyone says they're struggling about everything.

Please consider re-phrasing. If you think of the situation in your own words, you will think of it, and see it, and respond to it more clearly.

And anytime people describe things as a battle, a struggle, a fight, they're categorizing the thing as though it's fighting back, and they're in danger.

SandraDodd.com/battle


"Battling" things and other negative thought and speech Avoiding negativity Phrases to hear and avoid