Dating a whiner

dating a whiner

How to deal with whiners?

Here are a few points on how to deal with whiners. Try to find out first why the person is whining and what you can do to make the situation better. Some people whine because they are not in a healthy state of mind or are going through an emotional upheaval in their lives. Whining is a way for them to let out their anger and frustration on others.

What is the definition of a whiner?

Cambridge Dictionary defines a “whiner” as a person, especially a child, who complains or expresses disappointment or unhappiness constantly. Generally, we consider a “whiner” to be someone who complains unnecessarily or when they have no reason to be upset.

Why do some people whine?

Some people whine because they are not in a healthy state of mind or are going through an emotional upheaval in their lives. Whining is a way for them to let out their anger and frustration on others.

Why do whiners fail to solve their problems?

Because Whiners often complain in vague, cascading generalizations (e.g.,” It’s all wrong. But even if it wasn’t nobody cares.”), they don’t stand still with any one problem long enough to stand a chance at problem solving. Once you begin to get specific about each complaint in turn, Whiners find themselves face-to-face with specific problems.

How do you deal with a whiner in a relationship?

Draw the line. If backtracking, clarifying, and asking for a direction has not produced any real change in the Whiner, drawing the line becomes necessary. If your Whiner gets back on a roll with complaining, and it sounds like it isn’t going to stop, take charge of the situation and bring it assertivelyto a close.

Does nobody like a whiner?

Nobody likes a Whiner. Laugh the world laughs with you; whine and you whine alone. Whiners feel helpless and overwhelmed by an unfair world. Their standard is perfection, and no one and nothing measures up to it.

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