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Life Situations When Losing Doesn’t Seem So Bad

Winning feels good, but there are some situations in life when losing doesn’t feel bad either. In fact, losing can actually feel pretty awesome. Here are 10 life situations where losing is better than winning.

Mind Body By Ariba Khaliq / Jan 13, 2015

Losing is Underrated

News flash! It’s human nature to compete. You might feel on top of the world when you win, try losing too sometimes; trust us, it is way underrated. Being two sides of the same coin, winning and losing are inevitable for someone to experience to really be successful- as a professional, and also as a person. Here are a few life situations where losing is better than winning.

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Losing a Game to a Child

Do that and see the smile on their face. Precious! The way they chuckle and celebrate their victory by yelling and announcing across the house is worth losing every game to them. Bonus: You are their favourite person to play games with. Win-win!

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Losing a Couple of Clothes from Your Wardrobe

No, not as a reason to buy new ones, but to give them to the homeless and poor! If you haven’t ever felt the magical happiness of giving, you must try at least this once and see for yourself how beguiled it makes you feel to make the world a better place for somebody needy.

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Losing a Fight with Your Partner

“Pff alright you win, forever!” Aren’t those words just worth seeing them happy? Sure, men have to say this more often than women ever do, but then the smile it brings makes you do it over and over again.

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Losing Your Voice after a Long Antakshari Session with Your Family

Antakshari should be declared the national game for Indian weddings because it is something we can’t do without. As soon as the wedding date is decided, we start recalling every song we have ever learnt to keep our sleeve, if our team would be is distress. And after we have actually won the part, the voice refuses to come out of the throat! But, another round? Hell Ya!

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Losing Your Ego and Making Up with a Friend

Even if you think the stupid fight their fault, the ego isn’t worth losing a dear friend. It is natural even for best friends to disagree over certain things, but holding on to your point and losing the person it is no macho thing. If you will initiate to sort out the fight once, they will do it the next time for you.

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Losing Your Fear of Something and Trying It Out Openly

Courage, confidence and even so called fearlessness are the results of facing, embracing and finally, dancing with your fears. Did you read what Nelson Mandela had to say? He had said, “I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.” Okay, only reading his won’t suffice; go on to lose your fears and conquer your dreams.

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Losing weight

That’s another thing everyone loves to lose. Shedding extra pounds to fit into those jeans you wore years ago builds your self-esteem and self-love.

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Losing an Argument with Your Parents

You know that they care about you and that’s why they are saying what they are saying. Lose the argument when they finally tell you to “Shut up and eat your roti.”

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Losing a Person from Your Life Who Let You Down

If they let you down, they don’t deserve to be in your life. Show them the way out and find peace. There are so many moments in life when losing something doesn’t seem so bad; in fact, it might just be the thing you need to be a better person. So, embrace losing just as hard as you’d embrace a good win.

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