‘Stop whining’, says Pope Francis

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A placard reading, No Whining is seen on Pope Francis’ room door in this undated picture posted on the Vatican Insider website. Under the explicit warning, the red-and-white Italian language sing goes on to say that ‘violators are subject to a syndrome of always feeling like a victim and consequent reduction of your sense of humour and capacity to solve problemsLa Stampa/Reuters

Pope Francis has posted a sign on his door telling complainers to stop whining.

‘It is forbidden to complain,’ he says on the sign in Italian at his St Marta apartment, Vatican Insider at La Stampa reports.

The ‘Vietato lamentarsi’ sign states that ‘offenders are subjected to a syndrome of victimism that lowers the mood and the ability to solve problems.’

It warns especially against complaining in the presence of children.

The sign states: “To become your best self, focus on your own potential and not on your limits.

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