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Helping Others


RiverLight

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Sometimes, there's just only so much you can do or say to help another. Sometimes, people don't want to listen to another viewpoint or even consider another viewpoint. That is very frustrating to me and I hate to see people continue to suffer, but sometimes there is only so much you can do. People need to help themselves, and if they can't help themselves, you can't help them either. I used to want to be a therapist, but I dropped out of school twice for it. It just didn't work out. I am better in business. I don't think I'd be a great therapist... I would get too emotionally involved and wrapped up in people's problems, taking them home as my own. And sometimes, it does get very frustrating since I don't think some people want to change their ways or see that there is a way out, or perhaps a better route. Some people I honestly think would rather suffer in misery than try and resolve it. I don't get it. I am a fighter and I believe in fighting for your life and for your own happiness. If something is making you miserable, you change it, or leave the situation. I know sometimes it can be much more complicated than that, but really, it's simple. You fight for your happiness because you're worth it. Life is worth it. All the beautiful things there are to be had in this world are worth it. Maybe people just give up on themselves too early. Maybe they don't fight because they don't think they're worth it. Maybe it comes down to self-worth and not feeling you are worthy of happiness. We all are. It is a natural born human right to be happy in this life. I know that I feel this way, and I will continue to fight for it, no matter what it takes to get there, I will. I wish everyone could feel they are worthy.

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Helping others can be a tough at times, that's for sure.

but I think it's because people's natural reaction to the "unknown" is avoidance. so that can often keep people stuck where they are.

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