06 November 2017

It Might Come As A Surprise

There's a lot of evil in the world.

There's a lot of support for survivors of that evil.

There's also a lot of "suck it up, buttercup" towards survivors of evil if they fit a certain demographic.

They're on their own and have to construct their own coping mechanisms and heal from the trauma as they may; while also not exhibiting any outward sign of the injury.

It's interesting that this demographic also heals more fully and faster than those whom are fully supported with compassion and sympathy.

Almost as if "suck it up, ruck up, move out" is excellent psychological advice.

Or the expectation that you're on your own and you don't get to complain about it is motivational.

1 comment:

  1. Excellent point. And Texans seem to fit into that category fairly strongly... Witness the response to Harvey, and the community coming together after the shooting yesterday. Basically telling the media to GTFO...


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