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But That's Okay.

  As long as I don't cause anyone else to have broken pieces, I'm okay. It's when my actions start to hurt others that it isn't OK anymore. When I see that happening, I get very sad & I back away from the person I'm hurting. I apologize & I don't get in contact with them again until I have my head screwed on right again. I wish more people would LEARN this ability. Why drag a friend or loved one down too if you can prevent it? I don't understand why people feel this need to reach out & kick others when they're hurting. Seriously, CUT IT OUT!!

   Being broken inside, being depressed, not knowing who you are or what you want to do with the rest of your life is not a reason to bite the hand that reaches out to you. Yes, I admit I'm broken inside, but I live with that everyday. I have come to realize that even with all my broken pieces I'm still an awesome woman. A beautiful human being & worthy of so much, & perhaps my broken little bits are one of the reasons why I am so worthy. I like to think so. So feeling broken inside isn't necessarily a bad thing. Not unless you lash out at others hoping to shatter them as well. It's the people that need to make everyone else miserable with them that are truly broken...... I really wish they'd stay away from my circle too.

 WynHaven

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For a minute there I thought you were saying its not okay to confide in people because it drags them down.... But after reading your whole story I totally agree. I believe most people who lash out are so unaware of their pain that they would never call themselves broken. After all they are lashing out to avoid feeling inferior. My sister is one of those people, we bought a house together when I was 21 and as if I didn't know it would happen she has cheated me out of that home and her boyfriend helped her do it. I'm surprised I didn't have a massive melt down. Good point though, I truly wish these people could see how ugly they really are......

For a minute there I thought you were saying its not okay to confide in people because it drags them down.... But after reading your whole story I totally agree. I believe most people who lash out are so unaware of their pain that they would never call themselves broken. After all they are lashing out to avoid feeling inferior. My sister is one of those people, we bought a house together when I was 21 and as if I didn't know it would happen she has cheated me out of that home and her boyfriend helped her do it. I'm surprised I didn't have a massive melt down. Good point though, I truly wish these people could see how ugly they really are......

For a minute there I thought you were saying its not okay to confide in people because it drags them down.... But after reading your whole story I totally agree. I believe most people who lash out are so unaware of their pain that they would never call themselves broken. After all they are lashing out to avoid feeling inferior. My sister is one of those people, we bought a house together when I was 21 and as if I didn't know it would happen she has cheated me out of that home and her boyfriend helped her do it. I'm surprised I didn't have a massive melt down. Good point though, I truly wish these people could see how ugly they really are......

every word is true. i think it's our broken parts that make us more human and caring toward others. i wish it didn't have to be that way.