In the past few years, I’ve removed myself from good All I need today is a little bit of Jeep and a whole lot of Jesus shirt, lifelong friends and even relatives. That I held on for far too long, it cost me too much. And gained inner peace. I stopped complaining and explaining to grown folk and became distant. My circle is small by choice and I focus on the relationships that add value to me. I agree with you that we must challenge things that no longer serve us to save ourselves. I’ll wait for all the people complaining about this, about how mental health is not something fixable and how people always have to be around and support.
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Which is great, but as someone who was stuck in a relationship that drained all my energy. Because of how positive and oppressive my partner was. Let me tell you that sometimes the right attitude is the one this woman has. We can’t always spend our time and energy on other people’s problems. Because in the end it will just drain us. I think everyone needs to be a little bit selfish sometimes. Nobody can give and give. And give All I need today is a little bit of Jeep and a whole lot of Jesus shirt without ever thinking about themselves and their needs.
If people want to call me selfish because I also think about my own mental health, then so be it. I didn’t say that I never help anyone btw, just that some people take advantage of the kindness of others. The people that try to come out and prove her wrong. By saying it doesn’t apply to their mental illness are some of the people I think need to read this again. Yes. Your mental illness might not be fixable. Doesn’t mean you need to focus on it. And it certainly doesn’t mean others need to.
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There’s positive vibes and silver linings everywhere if you look. As someone who lives with a nice t-shirt ,not suffers from. I do get annoyed. When people try to justify their All I need today is a little bit of Jeep and a whole lot of Jesus shirt with excuses of mental health issues. I think people with mental health issues absolutely need assistance and support. However, you have to be willing to grow and adapt to life with it and not use it as a crutch your entire life. I’m glad you are finding your own happiness now and aren’t allowing others to drag you down. It’s not selfish, it’s literally survival.
You will mentally drown with another person who just dumps positive vibes on you all the time. I wish you the best on your journey. I’d like to add, I don’t mind people being stuck in, or struggling with. Being in a rough spot mentally, emotionally. But if it becomes clear to me over time that they just don’t want to change. I’ll leave them behind and focus my efforts on helping people who look like they actually want the help.