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The weight of life

How often do we judge others for being moody just because they’re easily annoyed at things that don’t go smoothly for them?

How often do others judge us for the same thing?

Moodiness is most often our way of communicating that we’re unhappy about repeatedly being taken for granted, when we’re tired of communicating that we’re tired of being taken for granted. Right?

When we want to believe that someone cares, we won’t always tell them what we need, because then we’re never certain if they respond out of sincere care or obligation.

That’s why we choose ‘moodiness’ to express our dissatisfaction about what’s troubling us, or what we’re not getting from them.

Just don’t lose yourself to those moods.

Sometimes people may be too distracted by their own pressures in life, and if you wait for them to notice that you’re unhappy, you may assume that they don’t care when in fact, they were simply distracted.

If you care about them, you’ll find a way to get their attention without judging them to be insensitive or uncaring.

It’s all about understanding.

When we’re not getting what we need, it doesn’t mean that we should stop giving what we’ve got.

It always starts with you.

#hope #expectation #sincerity #selfworth #selfawareness #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthrecovery #theegosystem #ownyourlife #lifecoaching #zaidismail #loveyourself

Zaid Ismail

Author, life coach, and mental health activist. We need to change the narrative from disorders, illnesses, and survival to accountability, understanding, and thriving.

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