What is the Good Life? By #lesliefischman
Anything good doesn’t last for long, if misused. Understanding that, with privilege comes responsibility. To behave well, to receive privileges in life, one being respect, or able to be heard without judgment. Its how people treat you, you respond, whether in rage toward you or not, its best to not respond, not argue, not insult, not engage with those who are offensive toward you, whether purposefully offensive and later trying to say they were trying to help me, and later feel bad about it, or how they treated me, is not my responsibility to correct poor behavior, or the thoughts of others about me, around me, when they see me, and their controversial opinion of me, is not my responsibility to dissect. You have to learn to just leave people alone. You can connect on certain levels with people, and on other levels there may be a disconnect. You just have to be patient with people, even those who are subtly accusatory toward you, trying to pry or get words or actions from you, to respond in a way befitting to their viewpoint of you. That’s not how to treat people, to bring out their worst, knowing their weaknesses in life, to see how they respond, to people, or others, or in groups, their demeanor. Im 188 lbs now less confident. If that answers any questions, once you get broken in its hard to look or feel beautiful leaving.