No one as a child or when you leave home from college ever trains you on how to deal with changes in your life.
No one ever tells you that when you make progress people will dislike you for things out of your control – that when you hold people to certain standards, you will be inferred as mean. Where is the warning telling you to be ready to deal with situations you don’t understand?
I just want the best for everyone. I want to support people in their pursuit of success. I want to make life better for the whole. I want my intentions and authenticity to be seen. I’m a good person with a good heart and respect for everyone.
No one tells you how disheartened you can feel with new information. You’re trying. You really are. But it seems like a waste in certain ways. Is this a struggle for a greater good to be later revealed?
Loneliness creeps in. Change must be lonely. It’s unique to every person which makes it lonely. It’s easier with allies physically by your side. It’s tougher when they’re there, but you can’t visually see them.
I’m a man in progress and it’s difficult. I just want to be whole package – successful career, loving boyfriend, supportive friends.
Without conflict, there wouldn’t be a good movie. Am I good movie in progress? No one warns you what’s ahead, so that the viewers have a better movie. . .
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