growing up

I feel like many of us have dealt with hate and anger and their excuse for letting it out is because they’re being “real“. They say that and all of a sudden it’s suppose to give them the right to say rude, mean, nasty things? I have witnessed this first handed and it makes me sick. Just because you have a conflict with someone, or just because you are currently furious with a person, gives you no reason to not control yourself. Whatever begins in anger, ends in shame. You begin to realize how childish and immature you are for throwing a fit or cursing, you’re basically verbally hurting someone. Always think twice about what you want to say before you say it because no matter how many times you apologize or try to take those words back, they’ve already been exposed to another ear and been driven to their heart. People, i am not excluding myself, need to realize that being nice to someone you dislike doesn’t mean you’re being fake, it means you’re mature enough to tolerate your dislike towards them.
Now, with that said, I understand sometimes you just jump out of your own body and do something regretful, but you’re suppose to live and learn; live that moment through, and learn how to prevent it from happening another time. mistakes aren’t supposed to be relived over and over, and in order to grow up, you need to learn from you mistakes. you need to be able to control your feelings in situations and be able to tolerate any uncomfortable emotions.

im tired. i’ll blab more later.


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