Emotions, fixing people, Freedom, Love, Relationship, vulnerability
We can’t fix other people. We’d love to, I know. We’d solve all the world’s problems if we could just make them do things our way. Right?
However, it’s becoming common knowledge today that you can’t fix other people. Not because they’re broken and hopeless, but because you’re not them and you don’t share the same operating system. It’s not as much an issue as we can’t, but we shouldn’t.
But…because other people impact our lives, we try.
I can attest because I’m a person who seems to need fixing. I lead a pretty unconventional life as a writer. I make choices that serve my craft, not the social norm and that sometimes gets me in sticky spots. On top of that, I’m introspective and sensitive. I tend to be pretty open and vulnerable these days. If I’m feeling challenged or surprised by something, I’ll probably share and that often…
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