We all are human. We all make mistakes. No one is perfect. With that being, I know our reactions to situations, good or bad, is our responsibility. I hate shows on TV with grown women flying across the table in full attack mode, such as Basketball Wives. I’ve often thought, what is the purpose? A physical altercation can be avoided if we as adults remember one thing, we are not in the 8th grade anymore.
I have been pushed to my utmost limit before and completely kept my hands to myself. Sometimes people lose it though. If you’re like me, you will let a bad situation, things said, or done build up inside until there’s no room left and then what happens? We explode on the person. That’s wrong. We need to deal with each act as it occurs instead of letting hurt pile up.
Because I am, ‘the pile up”, type of person, I end up regretting it every time I lose it. Saying or doing things I don’t mean or mean to do is the worse part. You not only hurt that person or yourself but you hurt others around you. I wish I could take it back every time, but that’s not possible. My mom taught us to apologize for wrong we do and the other person will either accept or not. But it’s imperative to do your part. Make it right in your heart.
It may take some time to get to the point in your mind to actually say, “I’m sorry”, but once you do, you lift a ton of guilt and hurtful weight off of yourself. And maybe just maybe you will soften the heart of the other just a little, even if they never reciprocate or say another word to you. So, excuse me while I get my mind right, so I can go apologize to everyone involved and try to make things right.
Have a blessed day,
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