It appears to be advantageous for most, to keep their opinions to themselves, especially of those they are observing for criticisms or waiting for words to lend insight to their own poor judgments of someone, they do not admire, respect, love, appreciate, value, or respect. To them thats their mechanism of self-defense, in anticipation of feeling less than, or being made to look stupid, think all words are for the purposes of rising above any conditions past, resulting from previous treatments of them in public, within the publics view. Its a feeling triggered to some, who if affected by anyone withdrawn from them emotionally, or attention wise, is expected to be questioned, as though anyone ever naturally takes insult to how people speak to them, or afterwards insulted by interactions that were cordial, nonetheless, self-assured as soon as someone separate does not feel well or becomes sick, that only reinforces their instincts of that person and reassures them of their own self-defenses asserted in life, to keep someone separate from their lives, in accordance to themselves and by how they feel about a person, knowing a person, having met them, keep their distance. To add insult to injury, as soon as someone who is living a disciplined life, falls off center and becomes a disappointment, or a poor representation to most by demeanor, disposition, confidence, looks, weight, intelligence, response, image, and professionalism, becomes emotional, its the minute (1) you read into others (2) affected by others (3) question others (4) become intimidated by others (5) insulted by others (6) easily manipulated by others - that you lose your sense of stability and rational decision making abilities, it seems the more you become dependent upon others for approvals, the less they are given, and the nicer you are to people professionally, the more uncomfortable they become, its all a matter of control in any environment, where you are expected to be comfortable with yourself, and comfortable around others, and not interfere with the professional development and momentum of those around you, nor anyone in your immediate environment, thats thriving among, without being affected by anyone, and thats not leadership to be well among, or because one is well others are made to feel well too, thats an assumption that behaviors attitudes and confidences in life are contagious or that illness is contagious among those who are well to be exposed to anyone who has ever been treated or diagnosed with a disability in life. Never let anyone control you by their words or by saying things or telling you things for you to remember about life or your own life, as though you have not lived life yourself, long enough to know when you or others have been harmed, and doing your best to be a good example of a human being, and stay well in spite, of how small or short anyone makes your life out to be, as compared to other lives lived, and the strides they have made in life, compared to your own personal achievements, and lessons youve learned in life. Your body and your mind is your currency for acceptance in life, thats just a plain fact of life, you either make people feel good and are valued, or people do not feel good looking at you, knowing you, or hearing what you have to say, not all relationships are fit for procreation that is for the purposes of sex and marriage to bear children, you only meet one person like that in life, therefore it should never be expected that you ever have to be all those things to most, in order to be respected, appreciated, valued, sized up, hurt, or benefited through interaction with others, or treated as though because of your condition, be treated as thought deserved, until either you start wanting different things in life other than love, or rely on stability and assurances in life or love, that you are living a good life, doing the right thing, and not being of harm to your self or others, as thought of someone with bipolar, with a good life, smart.
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