Recently, when I was going through a transition, I noticed how I wanted to be angry with everyone around me.
I wanted to blame everyone for how I was feeling.
I wanted them to see how badly I was hurting inside, and tell me it was okay.
I didn’t act or talk the way I wanted to act and talk.
For a little while I believed I was just stating the facts about how the people around me were just not getting it, were being selfish, weren’t helpful or thoughtful or kind.
Then the thought came to me, “I’m not the only one going through a transition.”
When we’re not in the midst of feeling despair and anxiety and even depression, it’s easier to see that others aren’t responsible for how we feel.
But when we’re in it, it’s really hard to see past our own pain.
In the moment that this thought came to me, “I’m not the only one….struggling….going through a transition…in pain.” I wrote it down.
I knew I’d forget. But for a moment, it was clear that no one was trying to hurt me.
No one wanted me to be in pain, or was trying to cause my pain.
We’re all just a little caught up in what’s going on inside ourselves. And that’s okay.
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