Imitating Jansen's look of playing the DS
Thought I'd make this post a personal one.
Lately, I've been trying out this new thing...
To see the positive side of people.
With the late night sleeps from exams, everything or would I say... Everyone's been getting on my nerves. From a passer-by, to some school's random, and then a friend. I've been focusing on just one aspect of people, the side which I choose to see. Immediately catergorizing them to, jerk, stuck-up, kiss-up, eventually distancing myself from people I once thought were my friends. Well, being judgemental obviously didnt make me feel better about myself nor did it benefit me in any other way. Despite the fact that, I'm no better than any of these people.. I've subconcsciously planted in a whole lot of negativity and judgemental views upon myself.
"it's better to gain a friend, then to make an enemy"
Even if you do not like that person? You'd rather pretend to be nice rather than telling them upfront that how much you dislike them?
Isn't that just plain fake? Unfortunately our world revolves around this mentality. But there is some truths to that statement, We can be nice and not fake to those we dislike, by changing our views of them. Which I'm now beginning to understand...
"When the going gets tough, I go running"
Sadly, I'm still living by that saying.
I hate to admit the fact that I'd rather hide in my room, than to help my mum out with the dishes just so that I won't have to take a look at her. My mum and I have had countless of disagreements throughout the years, but lately... we've been giving each other the "silent treatment". (A whole new level of argument, not arguing at all)
And the cause of all this? simple.
She says hurtful things, I turn away, She thinks I'm not listening, Yells even louder, I am then completely zoned out.
This is the cycle of my mum's relationship and I.