How Important Is Being Accepted Socially?

No matter how much you smile or how much you love there will always be someone who will not accept you.

When you base your life on the acceptance of others just for the sake of fitting in you set yourself up for failure emotionally. There are some sick unhappy people who will pick you apart and try to find everything negative about you they can…stay away from those types!

We all have some bad in us but our goal should be to have the good outweigh the bad.
We can all learn patience and how to be gracefully insulted while we seek understanding when communicating with someone who may offend us. We don’t have to accept anyone into our circle but you should respect who they are and not speak foully about them which by the way makes you far worse.

There are many people who morph into someone they are not just so they can simply “fit in” losing their true selves. If you are outspoken and rough around the edges that is who you are and if people can’t embrace your realness that is something they have to deal with.

You will never know a person’s journey and what shaped them into who they are today so before you reject someone try to accept them for who they are most importantly understand that you are not perfect as well.

It takes all kinds of personalities to make the world a more exciting place to live!
When it’s all said and done…I would rather be rejected for being me than accepted for pretending to be someone I am not.

Why Be Rude?

There is an astronomical amount of people who receive great pleasure being rude to others. Being rude is letting the receiver of your unfavorable behavior know you are a miserable creep. It gets worse! Some folks believe, depending on the circumstances, that being rude is “deserved”. Let me break it down, if you honestly believe being rude is justifiable you have some serious issues. I almost become acquainted with more than a few folks who were so rude that it shocked me! My first thought was WTH did I do to this genetic mistake to make them treat me in this manner? I just smiled and said “hello” no negative body language or tone. Ok! So what’s up with your friend and the nice nasty attitude? Response, oh that’s just how she/he is ignore it they have to get used to you. What?!
I don’t think so, GOODBYE!