There are some people who just scratch on your very last nerve. You have to harness all the patience on planet Earth in order to get through the day without thinking about them or letting them bother you. The problem is that as soon as you say that you’re not thinking about something you start thinking about that thing and then it just becomes a vicious circle of negative thoughts that you can’t control. Before you know it, they’re all that you’re thinking about because you said that you wouldn’t think about it. It’s worse if they’re actually around you when you’re having these thoughts because then you just want to punch them directly in the face. Like square between the eyes. I can’t say that I’m not talking from personal experience. There are many people out there who really rubs me up the wrong way and I’d like to tell them what I think of them but I don’t. That’s what I call practicing patience and that’s why it’s called practicing. It’s not easy being patient or treating people that annoy nicely. Honestly I wish I received a gold medal for every time somebody annoyed me and I didn’t punch them.
What it comes down to then, is trying to be a less annoying person yourself. This can lead to true fulfillment because all that you want is to show them that you’re not as annoying as they thought you were and you can only hope that karma will try to return the favor. This is a positive cycle of becoming less annoying as people. This can be nice for others and for yourself. I think if I spent less time being annoyed at people I would be happier as a person. It’s not good to be constantly annoyed at people. It’s worth it to hold those feelings in but it’s better to just let them go all together. It’s hard to let emotions go through. You somehow get caught in an endless cycle of thinking about negative things, even though you’re the only one who has the power to change your thoughts into better ones. What’s worse is when you just can’t stop replaying situations in your head over and over until you literally drive yourself insane. That’s where I’m at in my life right now. Just playing things over and over when I should just let the chips fall where they may and the person will become less annoying. But you just can’t stop yourself from thinking about how annoying they are and suddenly it’s all you can think about. It really is enough to drive a person insane. I wonder if annoying people know that they’re annoying or if they just can’t help but be that way. Maybe it would be comforting to know that they were at least working on themselves to become better. That would make me feel better and maybe even be less annoyed.
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