Neg­a­tiv­ity bad for one’s health

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - EDITORIAL -

I was blown away when I read the June 19th re­view Mr. Mag­ner pub­lished in our won­der­ful news­pa­per. Af­ter read­ing his de­press­ing bio, it is un­der­stand­able why he is such a neg­a­tive per­son each time I read one of his re­views.

There are two kinds of crit­ics and one is a re­viewer, which is an an­a­lyst, com­men­ta­tor, judge or a pun­dit; while the other kind is a de­trac­tor, which is a per­son who at­tacks, finds fault or a back­seat driver.

Mr. Mag­ner, while you are on the Is­land sea­son­ally, why not take the Is­land way and turn that at­ti­tude around from de­trac­tor to re­viewer. You are on the neg­a­tive side of the line and need to live on the pos­i­tive side for a while and while here, per­haps you will be­come a bet­ter critic.

We at­tended the Million Dol­lar Quar­tet at the Con­fed­er­a­tion Cen­tre and all those heads in front of me and around me were bop­ping in their seats the whole 90 min­utes of en­ter­tain­ment; it was an up­lift­ing ex­pe­ri­ence to be brought back to your youth.

You should try that trans­for­ma­tion some­time due to the fact that neg­a­tiv­ity is bad for your health.

Lor­raine Cle­ments, Char­lot­te­town

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