I hate being right.
I am most definitely not trying to blow my own horn here, but this is so damn true.
Michelle Stafford

I hate it too. At least that’s what I say. The thing I hate most about it is that it’s usually about telling someone close to me to be wary of someone or something. So when it turns out that I was right, I am happy that I am right but unhappy about the circumstances. It’s also a problem when I want to trust something but believe I can’t. What comes to mind is wanting to put my faith in a doctor and a hospital. I just want to be able to relax and trust. I try but I see everything happening around me just falling apart, and I always have to be vigilant. I want to relax and can’t. Not sure if I’m making sense here.

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