It’s how the message is presented

You have every right to make decisions for yourself, and to share those decisions with others. And you have no right to demand that everyone else follow your lead.

I am very happy for you if your decisions are working out for you, and I am not you. I am open to hearing about what does and doesn’t work for you, and I will make my own decisions about what will work for me. We are all different people, with different bodies that may need different things. I will do what I consider to be the best thing for me right now, and I reserve the right to change my mind in the future.

Please don’t tell me that I HAVE to do this, or I HAVE to do that, as it only makes me want to tell you I don’t HAVE to do anything. You may have the perfect solution for my problem, but if you present it in a way that turns me off, I will not get the benefit of it. It isn’t always about the message; sometimes it is how that message is presented that matters.

And you can tell me that I should get over it, but I know me. I am working on it, and it is not going to change overnight.

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