Thursday, September 20, 2007
A good friend of mine once gave me this piece of advice:
"When in doubt about what someone thinks about you, think the best".
On first hearing, I didn't think it made much sense, but as I've thought about it, and put it into practice, the wisdom of its message has emerged.
1. It stands as a good hedge against paranoia.
2. Most people aren't against you. In fact, most people are so obsessed with their own lives that they're not thinking about you at all.
3. Trying to second-guess whether people like or hate you is a time-consuming, emotionally draining and usually negative activity.
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