In today’s piece, I’m going to talk about how I relate to you guys. We all have pet peeves that irritate us at any given time. I thought I’d share these with you today. Many individuals, I know, enjoy hearing about other people’s annoyances because you never know if someone else is experiencing the same way you are. So I wanted to express my feelings and ask you guys if you can connect or if it doesn’t affect you as much in the comments below. But first, make sure you’re subscribed so you don’t miss any future updates!
The First Pet Peeve
Let’s get this party started. When people’s statements don’t match their behavior, it irritates me greatly. For example, I recently experienced a family loss, and an old friend reached out with a phony condolence message about how she would be there for me at any time for anything. Unfortunately, she was merely saying something to make herself feel better. Since she said that, I have not heard from her. When, in truth, you could have just kept it to yourself and we could have continued our friendship without moving forward.
Or I’ve dealt with it with guys as well. They pretend they want to be in a relationship with you and invite you out. But it’s all talk to text messages, and they’re starting to wonder why you’re becoming so aloof. It’s all a game, after all. Why can’t you just keep your word and back it up with action? But it’s possible that I’m mistaken.
2nd Pet Peeve: No Reciprocation
The following pet peeve is related to the previous in certain ways. And at that point, the energy you’re giving is never returned. Now, I’m the type of person who is a die-hard friend, and a die-hard girlfriend, and I go all-in on any relationship because that’s how I would want to be treated. “Treat others the way you want to be treated,” they used to say when we were youngsters.
Regrettably, that did not extend beyond the classroom door. As a result, I’ve come into contact with a lot of folks who take but never give. I’m not asking for anything financial, but why aren’t you showing up for me emotionally as I do for you? Or it’s just some bad counsel so you can watch my life burn to the ground for your amusement. All I ask is that people obey the golden rule that we were taught as youngsters.
Now, anyone who has been through this or simply has a heart may help. He despises people who go missing. Many of you may be perplexed as to what that term means. Well, it’s a New Age idiom for when individuals abruptly cease communicating and left you wondering why. I despise those who go because they are mentally and emotionally abusive. Why can’t you just be honest and tell them why you don’t want to be a part of their lives as you say you do? I despise ghosters and make every effort to avoid them.
I don’t believe I have to be completely honest. If you do it, I think you’re a bad person, especially if you know that person actually loves about or likes you. And this is a pill that extends far beyond romantic relationships. Because if you do that to someone who is developing affection for you, you are obviously a nasty person. This, however, plays a role in friendships and, on occasion, in families. Communication is what you should call it. People who ghost don’t have my regard.
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