Continuing on with my thoughts on some of the behaviors and attitudes so common to those who suffer from the Disease…Misery“Miserable people will always try to get others to join them in their misery; someone else’s bad day (or life) doesn’t have to become yours, too.”I wrote that quote the other day and shared it around with some friends. A lot of people could relate to it. I look at the whole subject as a two-headed monster; those of us with the Disease know misery, but we also have seriously poor boundaries, which lead us to take on other people’s misery in addition to our own.When we’re miserable, we spread that misery to everyone nearby. It can be the way we snap back or bite someone’s head off when all they did was as a simple question. It can be general negativity, throwing our attitude around. Maybe we carry a dark cloud. Maybe we’re just bitter. We think we can’t help it, and we tell ourselves that it doesn’t affect other people.