It’s true, when you’re being blamed of someone elses misfortune and setbacks, when all eyes are on to you, because you have not done anything about it, being looked down and called useless for not helping them out; you felt a little guilty for being safe.
Guess what, instead of blocking all your resources with guilt to stop those people from blaming you and attacking you, give yourself to those who will appreciate your inputs, who are thankful and greatful by your presence.

There’s a reason why you’re not doing anything at all, that’s because you’re not being heard anyway, so why bother? You will end being the bad ass instead of a carer. Forcing someone to follow your will and do what is right for them will only cause troubles, because that BS is going to fight back, defending his belief.
So, if you’re smart and wise, you’ll choose yourself and save your time and energy trying to change someday who wouldn’t even listen a single word from you.

Forget about the guilt, remember those smart people who can understand you, not those who have small heads who can’t get your point.
Only foolish helps a fool, because they understand each other. The other one cares and ended up being the sinner for trying to help.
Be careful of traps, beware of your emotions.
Use your brain, choose your choice, not someone elses decision, who doesn’t even know the whole story about you.

Published by Roselyn

Hi! I'm Roselyn! The first and only daughter of my father. He's a farmer and I am so proud of him for raising me and accepting me as his own. I believe that Broken families are meant to be broken for good. As a product, I always feel in-secured about family coz I think I don't have one and I am left alone; but the truth is, I still have them, they just went separate ways and I just have to accept that and move on. It's my only insecurity, I have no place to call my home coz my parents doesn't have one. They're broken after all. I'm going to make a family and it will start with me.

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