Date: 2013-08-19 04:23 am (UTC)From: [identity profile] admnaismith.livejournal.com

I DO like you because of who you really are, or at least, who you seem to be.

I'm also capable of learning from mistakes, which evidently sets me apart from a lot of people in your life. Maybe some of those people are insecure and don't think themselves capable of doing much on their own, and therefore are either intimidated by your abilities or jealous of them, and try to pull you down as a defense mechanism, or become emotionally dependent on you and want you to carry them and do other things they should be learning to do for themselves. You might decide that some of them are worth the investment to push them towards recognizing their own core, which it seems to me is the key to voluntarily stopping those destructive behaviors and becoming part of the solution not the problem. And others, not worth the effort, or you have other stuff you need to do to make your own life what you want it to be.

Another mistake I've learned from is failure to communicate how much I appreciate what I like in people. When I gush on you in response to a post like this, it's not flattery. It's me remembering that people need to be told these things, and that a lot of people are neglecting to tell you, in particular.

Just so you know, someone sees, and is impressed. :-)
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