Everyone has a need for peace and happiness, but not everyone disserves it. I’m reaching out to those who are genuine in heart, those who truly care, those who truly love, and those who constantly give.
Weather you just need time to get away, or you’re tormented to the degree I am, filling your life with peace and happiness is absolutely necessary.
Stay away from the people who push your buttons, project their anger and problems on you, and those who only come to you when they want to complain.
You’re important, and you don’t deserve to be anyone’s doormat. For those who are following this and know where I’m coming from, then here are some suggestions.
1.Go for a walk or a run.
2.Look for cool quiet areas that are secluded. Go there and relax. Bring a book with you or your phone if you want to watch videos.
3.Sleep in your car.
4.The idea is to re-center yourself.
5.Face the facts! Most of the pain you feel is coming from the people who are closest to you. Pay attention to how people are treating you, and how they’re talking to you.
6.Make a mental note and slowly give less of yourself to the people who bring you down, bring out the worst in you, and leave you feeling upset, angry, depleted, and spiraling out of control.
You cannot approach the daily grind that your life entails when the people you love and care about are you using you as a jump off point.
I don’t preach violence, and I don’t tell people what to do, but most of us at some point or another during our youth encountered the “bully.” That’s almost what this situation feels like-like your being bullied for those rare moments of fun, laughter, and peace that you so desperately need for your balance.
And every time you re-center and calm yourself, here comes another one. They yell over you, they compete with you when you’re not even aware of it, and they use things like animals (cats or dogs)-they yell at the animals but they’re really talking to you. The animal is a front for their passive aggressive behavior.
This is borderline crazy, and they’re not worth your sanity. We all know people like this. I’m not telling you to run away from these people, but since you’re aware of how they make you feel, then you have the responsibility of cutting them off from you and your resources.
Violence is never the answer in most of these cases because it seems like that’s ultimately what they’re trying to provoke. They want to see how much they can push you, how much they can take from you, and they keep going.
But I believe everyone has a breaking point. This breaking point is your body’s natural reaction to the emotions you feel at a given time. Since most of the victimization you’re experiencing is psychological mental abuse that becomes personal when they see they can’t affect you, it’s hard to identify what’s triggering your feelings.
But one day, you will react. It will be a natural uncontrollable response, that you’ll make without thinking, and it will be the right one.
Don’t suffer in silence. Find people who are upbeat, positive, and happy with themselves. These are the people you need to find because they won’t pull you down or leave feeling like you’re spinning out of control.
Merry we meet, and Merry we part.