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Why do people spend so much time whining and complaining?  We are all sick of it.  In social media there is continual complaining. For example, Prince Harry is now one of the most famous people who seem to spend a great deal of time bemoaning about his father, brother and sister-in-law.  His new book that is being released on the tenth will no doubt include more of the same.  His bragging about his military accomplishments have already been disputed.  The amazing part of all this is that King Charles, Prince William and the entire family do not spend time lamenting about him and his wife.  This is a fabulous example for their children not to mention the world.  Just because you are famous does not mean the world wishes to hear your whining and complaining. The fact is we all have problems and issues in our lives.  If a parent gives a child the example of whining, guess what?  That child will turn into an adult with that exact characteristic. There are numerous videos on Facebook about primarily men complaining and whining about their wives.  I am sure you have seen them.  The wife is keeping up the home, taking care of the children and often working as well.  My favorite is the video in which the husband leaves the wife for her sister and sends her a letter stating it is over.  He complained and was whining about her not appreciating him which, of course, was untrue. He had also found out that she had quit her job and he was livid.  The letter was all the wife needed according to her attorney that he would receive nothing from her.  When she wrote back to the ex she told him that she quit her job as she had won the lottery and now thanks to his letter he will never see any money from it.  In the Good Gus series the only person who was whining was Bad Bart because there was no chocolate ice cream. The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment. Digitizing for all the books are available now!  Books one and two are now available on the Tractor Supply website. “Misplaced Trust” will be available this month.

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