Have you recently suffered a negative interaction with someone?
Have you recently stuck your head into an oven because you couldn’t stand one more minute dealing with people who suck?
Have you considered becoming a meth dealer and taking over the world, a la Walter White?
Are you unsure if you are settling for the same old BS that you swore you wouldn’t settle for anymore?
If you answered yes to any of these questions or you just simply want to amuse yourself or are incredibly bored, read on.
If someone is nice to you and you think, “Wow, this person is nice to me today. this is awesome,”
You may have lowered your standards.
Unless the person is your boss, no one should be that negative and mean to you so that when the person actually smiles or acts like a decent human being you feel the need to rejoice.
Sometimes it is hard to separate oneself from another person’s toxicity or moods, but if someone makes you feel bad or like you want to eat a box of nails when you are around her or him, it is time to say “au revoir douchebag.”
If you find yourself making excuses for someone all the time…
You are either a parent in public with your child…or putting up with too much bullshit from a jerk who needs to be kicked to the curb or taken out of your life.
People make excuses because they’re either too ashamed to tell the truth or they’re not ready to admit it…and when we make excuses for others, it’s for the same reasons. If you find yourself excusing someone constantly for his or her shit behavior, then it is time to evaluate if you really need someone in your life or not.
if you feel dirty after an interaction with someone…
You either just rolled in mud, are a pervert, or really need to cut that person out of your life. You should never roll around with pigs or hang out with people that don’t share the same morals and values as you because you don’t want to be in jail bending over for the rest of your life, do you?
if you feel insecure around someone..
You either need to work on yourself, or get away from that person. No one should make you feel so flawed that you can’t formulate a sentence or feel so fragile around them that you panic.
We aren’t made to be alone. We are pack creatures, but if you keep choosing jerk-offs to join your pack then like weak animals, you too will croak. Life is too short to be around people who don’t value us, and as much as we are all flawed and bad people at times, no one should be around someone that makes them feel worthless.
This therapy session brought to you by chocolate.