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  • Ever wonder what you did to deserve harsh treatment from others?

    你曾想過自己為什麼要忍受他人的苛刻對待嗎?

  • Well, sometimes it's not you but the work people have to put in to improve their habits.

    有時候這不是你的問題,而是這樣對待你的人要改變自己的習慣。

  • Whether it's their deep-rooted insecurities that caused them to lash out at you or their inability to let go of the past, know that you don't have to tolerate the toxic behavior that people have to work out on their own.

    無論是因為他們根深柢固的不安全感或是無法擺脫過去陰霾,你都不必容忍這類人 而是他們必須自己解決這個問題。

  • Here are five types of unhealthy people you should walk away from, one; the Green Monster.

    以下是五種你該遠離的損友,第一;綠巨人。

  • Do you know someone who never seems happy when you achieve something or always gets competitive even over the littlest of things?

    你認識這種似乎從來都不為你成就感到開心,且總是要爭第一就算只是非常小的事都要爭的人嗎?

  • When jealousy drives them, it creates tension between you two instead of building an authentic supportive relationship.

    當嫉妒控制了人,會創造緊張關係而非真正互相扶持的友誼。

  • Envious feelings can also make it hard for the individual to be happy for you when you want to celebrate special moments with them.

    當你想要和別人分享你的精彩時刻時忌妒的情緒也讓人很難為他人成就感到開心。

  • Don't play into their comparison games and never downplay your own achievements just to make them feel better.

    千萬別陪這種人比較,也別和他們分享你的成就讓他們感到好些。

  • Most importantly, ask yourself if you want a true friend or a mere frenemy in disguise.

    最重要的是,問問自己想要的是真正的朋友,還是亦敵亦友的表面關係?

  • Two: The nihilist. Life can get messy and it's normal to feel dejected every in a while but if you know someone who is constantly a Debbie Downer and dismisses your excitement over future events, hobbies and dreams, it makes it nearly impossible to share that happiness.

    第二:短視者。人生時常會感到沮喪但如果你的身邊經常有個黛比.多納,喜歡在你談論未來、興趣及夢想時 潑你冷水的人,你幾乎不可能和他們分享喜悅。

  • Know that you don't have to stoop to their level of pessimism.

    你不必忍受他們的悲觀。

  • In fact, staying away from a negative attitude will be beneficial for your health in the long run.

    相反的,遠離這種負面態度的人,有助於長遠的健康狀況。

  • Research has shown that high levels of cynicism puts people at a bigger risk of developing dementia compared to more open and trusting individuals.

    研究顯示尖酸刻薄的人相較於開放且值得信任的人較容易罹患痴呆。

  • Three: The slacker.

    第三:偷懶者。

  • Have you ever sat next to someone who wanted to mooch off your work and get the same credit for it?

    你旁邊是否曾坐了一個想要窺探你工作成果,並想要以此邀功的人嗎?

  • Talk about unfair right?

    這不公平,對吧?

  • These people lack motivation, don't care about ethics and do whatever it takes if it means taking the easy way out.

    這種人缺乏動力,不在乎倫理總是想走捷徑。

  • You don't even have to work directly with them to be affected by their lazy attitude.

    你不必直接和這種人一起工作,並被他們的懶散態度影響。

  • They might just bring the entire class down with their lazy attitude.

    這種人的懶散態度甚至會拖累整體工作態度。

  • Whether they manipulate, guilt trip or sweet-talk you, watch out for these sneaky individuals.

    無論這種人怎麼操控、讓你感到內疚,或是對你說好聽話,都要小心這類狡猾的人。

  • They might seem like they care about you but they only care about two things; fast results and themselves.

    他們表面上很在乎你。事實上,他們只在乎兩件事;快速得到的成果和自己。

  • Four: The complainer.

    第四:抱怨者。

  • What's worse than wasting time complaining about a situation Instead of changing it?

    有什麼比浪費時間在抱怨上,而不設法改變更糟的事呢?

  • If you know someone who prefers to wallow in self-pity instead of taking action,

    如果你認識這種喜歡沉溺在自憐,而不是設法行動的人

  • it can be a bad influence on you.

    他們可能會對你有負面影響。

  • Toxic people who incessantly play the victim card but never take responsibility for what they are capable of fixing aren't just whiny, they're self-absorbed.

    不斷打受害者牌,但從來都不想辦法改變的人不只是自怨自艾,而且封閉自我。

  • Five: The verbal abuser.

    第五:言語暴力者。

  • People who know how to dish out criticism but don't know how to apply it to their own lives can be incredibly hypocritical.

    那些知道如何批評,卻沒把這些事套用在自己生活上的人可以說是真正的偽善者。

  • They continue to put others down because it's easier than working out their own problems.

    這種人不斷數落他人,因為這比解決自己的問題更容易。

  • Know that you don't have to take in what they say and surround yourself with people who will build you up Instead of breaking you down.

    你不必把這種人的話放在心上,並和幫助你成長而非數落你的人在一起。

  • People who are verbally abusive enjoy attacking you because it makes them feel better about themselves.

    之所以喜歡言語暴力對待別人,是因為這會讓他們有優越感。

  • Your friends should be supportive of your goals and help you strive forward instead of holding you back.

    朋友應該是支持你的目標並幫助你向前而非拖你下水的人。

  • Do you encounter these types of people in your life?

    你在生活中有遇過這幾種人嗎?

  • Evaluate your goals and don't be afraid to cut people out of your life.

    評估你的目標,別害怕脫離這些損友。

  • For more information on toxic friends, be sure to check out our other video here.

    欲知更多損友相關的資訊,記得觀看我們的其他影片。

  • Thanks for watching!

    謝謝你的收看!

Ever wonder what you did to deserve harsh treatment from others?

你曾想過自己為什麼要忍受他人的苛刻對待嗎?

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