So, I’ve mentioned this before, Im gay. and as a gay person, one thing you have to deal with in life is a horrible app called Grindr.
Basically, I have never been to a gay bar or gay club in my life, and that is largely due to me being completely insecure with the gay community because I have never really had any good gay influences in my life. So, if I ever want to go on dates or anything I have to weed through the filth on Grindr which, for all you hetero people out there, is like Tindr….but without the Match/Not Mach aspect.
and I will tell you, you see some colorful and exciting profiles…
But this is on a bigger scale. This is about dealing with mean people in general. Because let’s face it, WE ALL ENCOUNTER PEOPLE WHO, FOR NO REASON AT ALL, ARE JUST MEAN.
And what do we do? Because all of us with depression, anxiety, and panic, take it to heart, and beat ourselves up whenever anyone is mean to us.
ITS OUR FAULT, we say
EVERYONE ELSE PROBABLY THINKS THE SAME THING.
WHY DO I EVEN BOTHER?
And then lo and behold, we are in the negative spiral that leads us into madness, but why? Why do we beat ourselves up?
THERE IS NO POINT. If someone else is going to mean, don’t give in and allow them to hurt you.
We, my friends, are the ones who have to change the world. We have to bring cheer to this world. The common man will never how hurtful they can be because they’ve never really experienced true pain.
We are all trying so hard. If you’re someone who has found this blog because you’re looking for blogs to help with anxiety, depression, anxiety, or whatever other reason you’re reading this, YOU ARE TRYING TO HELP YOURSELF!
So don’t let some jackass who hates themselves bring you down. You are the bigger man in the situation.
So, smile, give ’em a good “I’m better than you” look, and walk away…
~ The Dark Horse