The Function of Complaining & Transforming Sour into Sweet

When I was a younger I complained a lot. From childhood to young adulthood, I often criticized and complained on our family outings as if I was being paid to spoil the trip for my parents. There's a classic picture of me and my siblings at the San Diego Zoo to illustrate this. We flew all the way to California jut the three of us and our mom, and we visited places and monuments that I was thrilled to see like Universal Studies, beautiful beaches, and Charlie Chaplin's star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame. But when we went somewhere I wasn't thrilled about, or if something happened to upset me, I was sour the rest of the outing. When my mom was unlucky, I was sour the rest of the day. This

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