How People Treat You by Leslie A. Fischman
How people treat you is a reflection of themselves. I’ve been told that, but never quite understood it that much. How people feel has much more to do about them than you, always remind yourself of that upon interaction with others. When someone treats you like a piece of $hit, it has much more to do with their own unhappiness in life, and less to do with you, always remind yourself of that. –As I reflect on this past year, and my interactions, I realize that I could have done better, and wish that I would have handled things differently. But under pressure there are certain things you can’t control, your reactions and the reactions of others, sometimes things must occur naturally in order for any learning to provide itself to us, for the futures sake. A lot of learning comes through our experiences, not just our interactions with others. You learn as you go. This makes more sense as you get older, the more interactions you have the better suited you’ll be to react properly given any circumstances in life, and given any experiences you may have.
I relapsed a few nights ago, after maintaining 7 months of sobriety continuously, I first got sober 2003, and go out a few times a year, not a big drinker, but abstain. I threw up in a bathroom stall at the Bungalow, and did the hokey pokey, like a scene from the Movie: The Social Network, but alone. Sometimes we think that art imitates reality, and sometimes later on reality imitates art, such as movies, but my life is not a movie. That is understood, kind of takes the fun out of things, for startups, as though everything happens in that fashion, from idea, to highs, to reality, to fathoming the consequences of our creations. In social media there is a lot of responsibility when it comes to assembling networks of people, a lot of responsibility.
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