There's a reason for everything social. How people treat you is a direct reflection of: (1) how you look (2) how you behave (3) how successful you are (4) how professional you are (5) what you say and (6) what you do. Take nothing personally. Always do your best.
Always be thankful for your sense of personal security, faith, good wits, and livelihood. -The more you fuss over little things in life the less centered you become. The more you make things about your needs the less people care. The more you focus on bettering yourself the more people want to be around you. It's all a matter of manifestation: what you see becomes, especially when it comes to you and how you lead your life. That's all that should matter to you during times of need, and if capable help others.
Never bother people who work hard especially during times of crisis. Give people space. No it's not commonplace to interrogate the private spaces, lives, and personal spaces of others. Always give people room to breathe. The times are not as bad as you make them out to be UNTIL you create circumstances or ideas that justify in the negative why your (1) unhappiness unequivocally relates to (2) current unhappiness. Unhappiness PAST does not therefore equal unhappiness present. That's all in your head. Always (1) be understanding of others (2) there for others (3) professional (4) there (5) present (6) emotionally strong (7) always set a good example to others and (8) be forgiving. What's NOT worse NEVER gets better by FOCUS on the negatives. You WILL NEVER SUCCEED if you are negative toward self or others. Best to constantly work on yourself and get strong until you are strong enough to help: (1) yourself THEN (2) strong enough to: (a) be there for others (b) help others. Attendance is NOT mandatory it's an option. -I need to help myself right now. Move forward.
(To be continued ...)
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Leslie A. Fischman
Please Note: I have finished writing the first draft of my first book, still editing Ch 13-25, my goal is to publish my book 2020 after I graduate, working on myself right now.