Whiner - this is a disgruntled, whining, forever complaining person. The word whiner comes from the verb "whining", literally means "to make plaintive, weeping sounds." In the languages of the Gothic group was synonymous with the word "dead", and the Irish translates as "hunger", which well reflects the semantic meaning of the word - suffering, selfish requirement of something.
Whiners often call people who are not permanently satisfied with themselves and their surroundings, and also constantly express their discontent with those around them. Whiners, as opposed to people who are looking for help, do not consider options to address the issue, but only talk about its availability. If at the initial stages of communication the interlocutor has a desire to help, respond to the disaster, then gradually realizing that the goal is not a way out of the situation, but the process of discussion and complaints, an impression of a consumer attitude to communication.
General well-being in various areas of life is not an argument to abandon whining. It is not a reflection of the existing reality, it is a character trait, a prism through which life is perceived, and no references and arguments that contradict this perception are denied as far-fetched and unfounded.
Whiner is not able to provide support to the interlocutor, even being in a similar situation and, when mutual assistance is relevant and desirable, he will further aggravate the situation. He draws a resource of attention and puts emphasis on himself, sometimes distracting from aspects that are quite amenable to change and improvement. Translating his negative perception, he creates an atmosphere of apathy and decadence.