Don’t’ bring up the past especially when you just get better the tendency is to go backwards and reflect upon where you have been in life, and try to perfect yourself by making any corrections to areas you otherwise thought perfect at the time you were writing or living life, it occurs similarly, mental health issues, at least my own. When you get to a new place in life, and achieve an inner level of stability … it can easily be nerve-wracking going backwards and correcting any mistakes past through your own writing, as you are in a better place now, sometimes you will not feel like yourself, and wonder a lot about the past why youre thinking was that way, and what provoked you to think or write that way. Some are more or less understanding of our pasts, but the past doesn’t change you change, and if your story stays the same your whole life, then you are living by the facts of your life, and accepting the facts of your past, if you are forced to live life any differently, based upon another set of facts assembled by someone else without you knowing, well that is not your responsibility to correct any assumptions made about you based upon that information about you given to them. Everyone upon a parting wants everyone on their side, there are no favors in life, to anyone who is treated poorly or left to their own devices in life, that’s a choice to isolate, and its not necessary to beat someone up over their past, just allow people time to heal whether or not it was their fault for suffering in life, and whether or not it was their fault for the suffering that was caused to them and others in life, we hope that all will achieve well and eventually recover from whatever is ailing them in life. If based upon what is read about you is how you are treated, then that’s others trying to create a story about a story on the outside to reflect a story within a story about you on the inside, do not let people puppeteer you in ways befitting to their best interests to make you look mentally ill or bipolar on your own merits, we all do our best to function in the world, and we cannot always be at our best, learn to move on in life.
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