They will find time to spend with you, even if it’s 5 minutes out of the day. “Busy” or not.
It’s just not true.
If the trust is reciprocal, than you don’t need to talk every day. Sometimes people are busy. lives happen. Jobs happen. People happen. It’s harmful to friendships and relationships alike to uphold this sort of paradigm; if they care about you they will still care about you no matter how busy they are. And if you trust them you’ll know that they still care even if they can’t squeeze out some time for you.
People with depression (or any kind of mental illness, for that matter) have a strong difficulty identifying facial expressions or tone of voice. More often than not one will perceive it as aggressive or disappointed or something similar to that, rather than what the person is really implying. So be careful when handling people with a mental illness, okay??
I have a really hard time with both those things, but I don’t really understand how people are supposed to be careful about this?? I don’t think I even want ppl to do whatever that entails around me. It’s really great to want to be considerate of people with mental illnesses, but even as a person who’s struggled with them for most of my life I don’t really get this post?? To be honest, it makes me a little uncomfortable.
does no one realize that robin hood was a terrible role model for young kids? i mean you are stealing from people (illegal) and those people (usually) worked hard to get their wealth. it really demotivates people to succeed when they know they can get something someone else worked for.