Chapter 76B: Blog Posts by Leslie A. Fischman
When You Don’t Value Yourself by Leslie A. Fischman
With enough love anything is possible. However, when you do not value yourself you run the risk of getting hurt, yourself, or have the increased potential for watching others get hurt when at a stand still not in action and off base with reality, therefore putting yourself or others at risk of harm. When you yourself are not strong, its important to surround yourself with those who are strong, and to request for the assistance and help of those who are strong to help you cope, as your aides. Never take under your care, others, when you yourself are not strong enough to bear the consequences of another’s instability. One should be strong in order to care for others. You cannot allow, people to run the course of their mental illnesses without notice, or without punishment, or intervention, these matters must always be dealt with on a case-by-case basis, accordingly, and swiftly.
When hospitalized in July, I was disoriented to say the least, out of my element. I was taken to the emergency room, they thought I was suicidal I was not, I had just not come home one night, and had stayed up all night in my car parked on Ocean Ave. I usually parked there to think at night, that’s where I have parked for years now. Where I went running everyday since 2014. My 20 min to 1 hour run.
You never know how things will turn out for you in life. If you do as you are told, and always do your best, then you should be fine. If you do not follow directions well, then things turn out adversely for you. That is but a consequence of not following directions in life. You have to always trust your superiors, as they are at best looking after you, your best interests, and the best interests of others at all times. We call these people leaders. Leaders are responsible for caring for more than one person, more than one person within an organization, and leads by what governs within that organization, by its rules, and regulations, and follows protocols within that group it leads. People who lead are given jobs, and those who are given jobs are respected in society. Those who are not given jobs not paid are not respected.
Expectations and Recovery by Leslie A. Fischman
When you go through any changes in life, there are expectations that you will come out a better person, or have arrived at some new place in life, experienced some kind of life changing experience that opens your eyes to the World. You have to always be patient with yourself. You cannot rush through life, hoping and praying for everything to go as planned, that’s nonsensical and not realistic. Usually you live moment to moment and live for the moment. That’s the best way to live. Those who live rigid on plans, are usually unhappy people, when things don’t turn out as planned. Ask yourself are you one of those people? Is it your mission in life to cause unhappiness or happiness in the lives of others, and to what extent does your own happiness or unhappiness affect others. Those are questions you should always ask yourself, when considering the consequences of change in your life, how will change affect those around you. Some changes we can afford, some changes we cannot afford, and some changes we have no control over, some changes we have a say in, and some changes we have no say in. That’s just apart of life. You have to roll with the punches so to speak. We cannot control everything in life, at best we can control ourselves, and the decisions we make at the present and changes we seek to effect in our lives for the better, that’s at most the change we have control over. As far as other people are concerned, we are not able to control the changes other people make in their lives, nor are we capable of convincing people to change, people can only change when they are willing to change, on their own, that’s apart of life.
Leslie A. Fischman
Please Note: I have finished writing the first draft of my first book, still editing Ch 5-25, my goal is to publish my book 2020 after I graduate, working on myself right now.