It’s been quite a while since I wrote and posted a piece on my personal mental health related blog, and so – since it is one of my goals to do so and since this thought came to me in the middle of the night/early morning I thought I would post it. And – since it is somethng that I feel a lot of our members can relate to – I thought I would share it here as well. Kind regards and God bless you. Kevin.
I have this friend. Well actually it depends on your definition of ‘friend’. If you go by the usual (Miriam Websters’) definition of “one attached to another by affection or esteem.” then no, ‘Friend’ is certainly not the right label.
But then if the title or label of ‘friend’ is assigned (as it so often is) as a result of an attachment placed on you – or assumed that you have – by others well then yes, I guess ‘friend’ is applicable.
Remember when you were younger and there was that ‘friend’ who your parents and family never liked you being associated with? Well this ‘so called friend’ was certainly…
The ‘So-Called Friend’ Who… my friends and family never liked or accepted for me.
Remember when you were younger and an association was formed which you never really wanted but somehow you just couldn’t seem to shake or get…
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