Who should you credit for your own wellness? Why not everyone for that matter. Arent we a product of all our interactions, doesn’t it make sense that someone would feel insulted from you in life, if no dedication was made in their honor, for having taken care of you, wouldn’t a complaint about anything be disconcerting to them, let alone, insulting, think about it. At what point does one start crediting others for their wellness, and at what point does it become unnecessary to make no mention to who has helped you, or who has enabled you, to be the person you are today, who made you? I think my pen name is a good example of who you are made by, yourself, or others, or at the bottom line your parents, if you really want to get testy and defensive about things, or others claiming to have contributed to your ideals, energy, personality, as though you are a product or a “poser” of the attractions manifested and created by others in their lives, that you only are assumed to have emulated, or become yourself. Is it really something worth worrying about, shouldn’t we all be different anyways, and shouldn’t we just accept that people from similar places in life are going or are alike, is that such a bad thing, or anything to inflict harms or insults about and to, just be mindful. There are many times in life when you will be thinking things are happening that are not, and everytime you allude to others having influenced you in the negative, or caused you harm, or harm to your psyche, be aware of who is in your life, if no one, than no one not from your life, ever wants to be mentioned, having left your life, as having been of significance to you in your life, that’s just a process of recovery and breakups, that people not in your life, generally want no mention at all. That’s to not be credited for better or worse, what happens to you, and to remain separate from you, as though a mention, creates some shared identity they don’t want to be associated to in life, all insults aside, understand that when you are insulted, that’s no ones fault but your own for having interpreted things in that way, and collecting all your thoughts, and applying them to people, as though things were done to you in life, not a by product of your own choices in life. As the saying goes “cant we all get along” … if its not about others, then say so, and if it is about others, then be clear enough, that as applied to themselves no insult is taken back to them, or to who they know, as having been an example, of a hurt you felt, or experienced.
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