Don’t Politicize My Position in Life by #lesliefischman
You can’t politicize the position of someone in life as deserving or not of respect that’s inhumane. You can’t benefit from someone else’s hardwork and insult credit to them. That’s a wrongful interference with a person’s ability to succeed in life. A case is not a political move, it’s a case. And leave it at that. For reasons, disconcerting, its not appropriate to rehash a case that is closed, already dealt with. That’s not how to move forward in life, taking something new and relating it to the past. That’s not how to deal with discomfort around a person, if your uncomfortable that means you are not qualified to help me. Because of my education and accolade, I don’t ask for help often, so when I do ask for help that is not in fun, but because I have a big heart let people into my life. Its wrong to interfere with a person’s sense of person, and ability to think for themselves, try to get inside their head, to argue your point of view. That is dismembering a person. I am a website, the sole owner and creator, and writer for mymollydoll.com. Taking that into consideration, I am very open with others, noted for my honesty in AA, and always helpful to others, not about myself, being selfless is a trait, not a given, and not by my circumstances in life, exposures, interactions, past, or experiences in life, but because of how I was raised to be empathetic to care for others, including myself. When someone tries to hurt your identity, or tries to make you look like something you're not, that not only hurts the person to whom is being harmed, but also to people who are watching, and seeing the effects that people are trying to have on my life as lived. Learn to let things go, not be experimental with people, and especially, if someone lets you into their lives, not disturb their sense of peace, that’s not an appropriate means for garnering respect, to create circumstances to make things about you, or in defense, make things about you as through the person who is being harmed, speak for and on behalf of the person to whom the harm is being caused. To my person. Learn how to relate to people, not situate oneself to tell a story about them, that’s not appropriate, everyone is entitled to be themselves, made fun of or not, respect themselves, and by that confidence achieve in life. Its not about backgrounds, but about direct connections, an invite and attendance to a birthday party in Las Vegas 2008, that put everything together for me, and stayed in law school for 10 years, trying to finish, not in good health, struggling with mental illness. Knowing that its important not to judge a book by its cover, and cause someone illness, because one is not believed.