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I should have changed from cancer because you’ve never changed?

April 12, 2013

After going through cancer, there are some people who throw down a judgement card. I’d get this: “I’m surprised that you think that way after what you went through you should be more supportive.”

And what does that mean?

They believe that because they have never changed their entire life, as well as they were never there or supportive during my treatment, that I’M THE ONE who is wrong because they expect me to ACCEPT them.

There are a lot of people who can never leave their comfort zone. They get hissy and resentful if you attempt to get them out of it. Some people mean well. They are unable to give or function unless you step within that circle, and one has to acquire a wisdom to love them in spite of their limitations. But most people like this are self-centered and believe everyone should come to them, and they never give anything within their comfort zone, they come to your parties or events and draw from them for food or wine or to talk to someone or to bitch about their job and life (which is what they’re really good at), and only do something if they benefit from it more than you. When they come to an event they brin g the minimum, and if they’re generous it’s usually for bragging right or to impress someone.

I’ve said this before, but if you really want to know who won’t be there for you in your hour of need, it’s the person you do more for than they do for you. They’re the first ones to runaway from you.

 

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