The times call for an immediately overhaul over what matters most: (1) people issues or (2) world issues. Some take precedent over personal concerns to have concern for others. Worry only gets you so far in life, how to live best? That’s not how to show care by worrying for others, the best way to demonstrate that you care is by: (1) self-care (2) compassion (3) empathy and (4) being the best version of yourself. When you are trying to help others … its important that you are strong. Living now, I can’t imagine how I was then … given my work history, you would think that I was put together and fine, but as life will have it suffered from bipolar later on in life, everything takes adjusting to, like medications, the times. People issues, that is when you are bothered by the little things in life, involving people, or yourself, those general pet peeves, and annoyances that you should otherwise be oblivious to if you are focusing on yourself, being the best version of yourself. If you are stuck worrying about others, are you being critical of them and if so why? Ask yourself for what reason am I focusing on others, and is that focus helpful to their health or my own. Sometimes a little attention goes a long way even to those in distress, or suffering from whatever mental health issues they may be going through, temporary, or for the long term, acceptance is key of others and of yourself, as time passes you’ll be glad you vented to whomever you’ve confided in theyll more than happily be there to support you once you recover and regain your strength, self-discipline, and candor of character back, that is your self-assurance of thought i.e. confidence. Why is it that those who are confident (or confided in) are given the most respects in life, not all are heroes, some are just skilled at standing out from the crowd, and being unique to others, if we could all be special (a middle man), then there would be no jealously over the wellness of others, stand out always in a good way, negative attentions although beneficial to some, are not beneficial to all, group conscious wise. Compassion and empathy are key, that’s not simply seeing and thinking poor them but by being in action, sharing condolences, or sharing messages of strength and hope, its not just those in recovery from addictions and alcoholism that need support, but there are others too in “recovery” from specific ailments, that we as a society feel bedridden by, it can be weighing to say the least. Does anyone else feel that lift as of recently, that must be that we are recovering as a group … that we as individuals enough of us have been doing what is right to reset the tone around us as affected, great work, and by all means root on your favorites in wellness, they are doing their best as leaders, and the times are not easy to be outspoken or think of what to say to a crowd, especially right now. Helping others is one thing, but if you yourself are not strong, its okay to take a back seat and not step on anyones toes about it, if you can help help, but no one is required to help first hand during trying times, some things are best left to the experts.
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