Tell me again to get over it
Krystelle
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Dear Krystelle,
I respect the one side of scenario from your experience. With due respect I’d like to add a few things from my experience.
The very first lesson life gave me pretty harshly was not to expect from anyone-anyone includes all your loved ones, even parents. Not expecting doesn’t mean not to love. It’s more of accepting the amounts of love being received and not to be so hurt if not received much, and not to be overwhelmed when received too much...
I say this because even after knowing this, I sometimes end up expecting, it’s natural and hard to resist... It’s easy to say nobody understands us but the irony is we too are confused about ourselves because we take other’s judgement to face valueand most of us don’t discuss with our minds if what the other person is saying is correct or not. In the end we lose ourself and at a point in life for some reasons that judging person isn’t around us anymore and we are left with our unknown self. That’s when we start learning things about ourself, when we self judge for the first time the realisations are hard to digest.
So, in my view it’s more about who surrounds us... do we have any like minds in our circle? At least one?? Are we open enough to let go of egoes and expectations, are we brave enough to accept and learn lessons of life?? Despite all the problems, are we trying to figure out any solutions? those who will really love us, will say things like get some help. The thing is, we tell our things to a psychologist or a loved one. But then they can be good listeners and advice. Rest all is our choice, how we want to solve a problem...
So, my solution to my problems is, my inner voice, what it wants to do? Why it wants to do that? And etc and etc...
All those in depression are basically fighting to find their selves and they just don’t know this bit... That’s my perception...