If its not your fault, its not your fault. Don’t flip out and prove otherwise, make yourself look like you deserved harm, or appear presently as though you have inner resentments toward others, triggered by your own thoughts, don’t be controlled by the thoughts of others. Once people think youre mentally ill, they will think you have always been this way. Recall the good times, if you share examples of when you have failed in life, then people will believe they can control you, and trigger the same outputs in life, until you learn not to be affected by the negative judgments of others. The more unstable you become, the more you empower others to disassociate from you, those disassociations are only further reinforced, the worse off you become, or by the less you achieve in life, people will always play victim, so long as you stuggle with mental health issues, do not make your problems the problem of others, be sure to share in private spaces, not in public spaces, your experiences past, as they will likely take sides, and test your limits in life, to see how you respond in the positive or in the negative, to figure out what your motivations in life are. Once you say something, or believe in something, share your philosophies in life, or what you have learned, don’t be surprised when others go out of their way to prove you wrong, and you wind up the one who looks bad, that’s to protect their best interests, by assuming something is wrong with you, until you are able to move forward resilient to what people think, or what has happened past. The minute you play victim to the past, the less people with empathize with you, know your limits in life, if people think you are stupid, and do whatever it takes to make you look stupid, its because they think you deserve it. Just move on in life, its not necessary to share all the instances of when you were not strong, still finding yourself, trying to be independent, and got hurt, you live and you learn, the more you complain and play victim, the less sorry others feel for you, and the harder it becomes to move forward, especially if youre already struggling with mental health issues. If every time you open up, and nice to others you get hurt, then be conservative socially, its okay to think about life, and what you could be doing better, sometimes strength is mistaken for other things in life, listen to others, but always be yourself, what happens to you in life is mostly a product of choice and experience, always be yourself. If on medications, its likely you will not be as sharp as others, and somewhat delayed socially, knowing that, don’t waste time trying to keep up with what everyone is thinking, the more you focus on yourself, and get done in life, the less it will matter, whether others thought you deserved to be made fun of based upon how you look, behave, or how you speak, or base their judgments upon statements you’ve made past they did not fully agree with or think wise or intelligent of you to say, some people are not easily impressed, especially with people they think they are smarter than. If youre not that smart, youre not that smart, so be it, always do your best with the skills you have in life.
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