An attitude problem.

@jugsjugs (13045)
October 15, 2009 7:03pm CST
Have you noticed that there are a lot of adults as well as teenagers with a bit of an attitude problem?Or is it just the people who live near me as well as my children and their friends?It is the whole attitude towards life and the word work.
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@kaka135 (14130)
• Malaysia
16 Oct 09
Well, I do agree that some people are having some attitude problems. I guess it's because our society has changed, people tend to focus on different things, perhaps materials, pride, status, money, etc, instead of own attitude or behavior. I realize that some parents teach the kids to focus on the "wrong things" too, instead of helping them to build up good attitude. The schools started to emphasize more on exam results rather than good attitude too.
@kaka135 (14130)
• Malaysia
18 Oct 09
Thanks for marking this as the best response. ^_^
• Philippines
24 Oct 09
I think all of the human being have attitude problem. My idea of it is being juvenile in times that you are needed to be matured and professional. I already accepted this situation. All of us have this kind of problems.What i hate on other is they are proud of what they are doing because they are being real, but that is not the case. When we are expecting to behave in situation we have to give to be respected but somehow we find it hard to act in a right manner. I think that is life.
@getbrowser (1715)
• China
16 Oct 09
With the development of our society, it is obvious that more and more people are having a bit of an attitude problems. You see, everyone in modern society have to face the keen competition and they just live with a high speed. In order to enjoy a better life, they are becoming to pay more attention to money, career other than friendship, love and so on. Living in such a surrounding, it is inevitable to change their attitude.
• United States
16 Oct 09
Gee, are you talking about the attitude that says they are owed something because they exist?..That work is for people who don't believe that welfare is an honorable profession?..That if they were paid far more than they're worth they might get off their duff and pursue it?..You're not alone in this observation. I work with folks like this..And tho they would undoubtedly disagree, my notion is that they've confused self-respect and honor with monetary sustenance. Its as tho they've sold themselves for their lazy greed..