It’s so easy to tell others to just “ignore” or say “it could be worst” or “it’ll be fine” but by doing so, we invalidate and downplay what the other person feels or is going through. Sometimes we say, “but it doesn’t matter” or “it’s nothing” and as a result, we end up minimising our feelings. There isn’t some kind of measurement on how ‘severe’ “it” is. Yeah, maybe it will be fine eventually but if you talk about it, it matters. Period. Regardless of how big or trivial it may seem in the grand scheme of things.
Meet Rusty. Born on June 12, 2020! He is a mixed breed of Maltese, Shih Tzu and Poodle. He kinda looks like a mixed breed of ewok and wookie.😂
A conversation about how you feel is not supposed to end in an argument.
I’ll work so hard in the next decade.
I’ll be so ruthless in my approach.
It’s better to be the one hurting than the one hurting others.