Don’t Laugh Until It Hurts by Leslie A. Fischman
Don’t laugh until it hurts. There are some people who are still suffering from losses, who have not yet made their amends, and still in pain over who’s side to take. In life you are never obligated to fight, takes sides, or even participate in battles that are not your own. That only wreaks havoc on you psyche, mental health and well-being, and enters you into the blame game, which is a neverending story. Basically you have to be selfish when it comes to accepting any losses in life, that is time to only think about yourself, self-care is a number one priority, and so is caring for those around you. When you are ill, it is your responsibility not to make those around you ill too. It is your responsibility to make strong yourself, and to promote the general health and well-being of those around you. You cannot expect others to be there for you when you are down, why its important to be selfish when not well. You cannot care for others, when you are sick, as you run the risk of becoming overly (overtly ie needy) dependent on others, for serenity and peace. You have to find your own sense of peace in life, if you are to be surrounded by others in peace. You cannot expect others to provide for you something you cannot create for yourself. That is impossible to demand a life that you yourself cannot envision, and expect the same from others to provide for you a better life, you have to go out and do so yourself, make it happen, it will not happen for you lamenting and blaming.