“There’s no need for them to say sorry.”
Regardless of your size, your skin texture, or your hair type, you are deserving of love and respect.
What you are going through right now is leading you to a new path.
Remember this is just temporary. They will definitely heal.
Let me tell you this: Feeling lonely is inevitable because it’s important.
Highly sensitive introverts know how it feels to be told “no.” So when they want to say it as their answer, they tend to be really tactful, formulating understatements or excuses that should sound really reasonable.
Healing isn’t simply knowing that you have a wound, covering it with Band-Aid, and just pretending it’s not there. Healing starts from acknowledging that you’re hurt, knowing the main root of what hurt you, and figuring out the best cure you can use.
It’s a cliché to say that we cannot dodge failure. You’ve heard it so many times. But how much and how deep can you accept it?
We carry a heavier burden of stress when we get home because we have absorbed so much from others.
Think of all the little achievements and the serendipity of learning new things that made you a better, wiser person. Think of those times in the year when you finally let go of unimportant people and welcomed new, better ones. Take a look at the materials you were able to purchase because you worked hard for them.