Intelligence matters when it comes to love and admiration, rarely do we trust our hearts with someone who we think is either (1) not deserving of our love or (2) ill equipped to handle our stresses and make better ourselves, call that selfish but its true, we generally seek out intelligent people people who take good care of themselves and take good care for others, why self-care is so important, it shows that someone cares about themselves and that because they care for themselves, care for others to care about them do, that’s having a healthy mind. You cannot have a healthy mind, if all you think about is people appearing less than, or people appearing as better than you, critical of them, that’s not caring for the health of others but only your own health, life is short, but it need not be made shorter, caring about the wrong things in life, or the wrong people, that causes a set back, to our own wellness and the wellness of others, when we fixate on people who have caused us harm, instead of appreciating everyone who is doing their best to keep everyone well around them. In meeting my Doctors, I don’t think anyone is invisible to mental illness, its just that some can identify better when something is wrong, and fix what is going wrong in order to help make you feel better, that’s intelligence, not absorbing the problems of others, but being your own autonomous unit of care to others, and mostly to care most for yourself, that’s not selfish, that’s just not becoming sick just because someone else is sick or because you see someone who is not well or may be sick. It’s a hard fact of life, that we all get sick sometimes, whether it’s the common cold, or just a mental health issue, like a bad day and being moody these are all normal parts of life, the more we normalize bad behavior however, the more acceptable it may become, why its important not to encourage bad behavior or diving into thoughts that produce mental health issues or behaviors such as defeative thoughts about self, depressed mood, and other self-harming forms of talk therapy that don’t set things right for us in life, but make us worse off, why its important to always stay positive, be accepting of others, and not make worse already fragile conditions spiritually, and socially regarding some believing in others and not believing in some capable.
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