Always Think for Yourself by Leslie A. Fischman
Always think for yourself, you never know whos watching. Just got two new folllowers today @redcrossla and @navy_airpower_usa. –Best to always represent yourself well, and the rest should follow. What is trust? Trust is when you are put in a position of power, and you do not abuse those trusts and confidences. That can be achieved by doing your job, and by helping others as you say you will, not by overstepping boundaries, knowing your limits, and your place in life as a worker. There are some things we can and cannot talk about, and for everything else, we have the internet, to share our opinions on. Fears and resentments are things you share in private, under the confidences of licensed professionals and for good reason. Whenever we go backwards in life, we run the risk of reliving past traumas, and facing those traumas head on at the present. In order to overcome those traumas, we need assistance, medical assistance sometimes, in order to grow past those traumas, without inheriting disabilities along the way from our past or from others to whom we discuss our past with. I don’t believe in ethnic cleansing, but as an individual of mixed ethnicity, I understand how easily my health can go in and out over the years, and by the difference in my weight, up and down, which is all dependent upon my self-esteem and how I feel about myself. How you feel about yourself, is based upon how you interact with others, as well as how others perceive you. Lifes not an STD, covered in disease, and neither are people, by communication. That is not how gay is spread or bad ideas, by communications, but by a person’s unwillingness to follow general laws of common sense conduct and courtesy for others. How you treat others is how you will be treated in return. –The difficulty with disability is trying to be something youre not able, and then trying to fit in again. I never thought that my disability would get worse overtime, but it had, and now I am doing everything I can to overcome those hardships, and stay focused. Playing up to what people think a disabled person looks and sounds like, is fun, to just be yourself, and listen to your inner retard, however the writing world is very judgmental these days, and some days you have to always give your best. Theres a time and a place for everything, Im not an actress, so I can only give my best. People who are performers, are good at hiding issues within them, Im not one of them, my biggest weakness perhaps is that I can barely keep a secret, if made known would help others to better understand me, and my previous responsibilities as an advocate to others. You have to be very well, in order to help others, and in order to be well and get well, you have to understand yourself first before others. That is what I am currently working on building a better understanding of myself, so that I can best be there for others, professionally, and by learning, and maintaining my academic integrity –that is my strengths in academics, where I shine most.