I’m a “glass half full” kinda guy. In fact I’m more of a “that’s exactly as much as I wanted” kinda guy. I’m working on being nonjudgmental, as some of you already know, but sometimes it’s difficult. I dislike complainers. There, I’ve done it… I’ve judged complainers, but can you really blame me? It just seems like some people enjoy complaining and by extension I think they enjoy being miserable, in my opinion. I do know that for some there is a comfort level attained by living like that, but I find it exhausting. Life is difficult enough as it is. Not only do I know people who are “glass half empty”, I know people that are, “if I can’t have the whole glass, I don’t want ANY of this crap!”
As a footnote to being a “glass half full” kinda guy, I also think I live a fairly unrealistic life. I sit at a computer all day and doodle on a drawing pad while listening to my iPod. I rarely wear a shirt with a collar, always wear jeans and when I might NOT wear sneakers once every two weeks. I obsessively follow the New York Yankees, watch Star Wars every time it’s on TV and scour YouTube for Kiss videos. People would say I never grew up. *shrugs* Maybe, but why let go of things you’ve always loved? This unrealistic life has led me to be that “glass half full” guy.