The people in our lives are like chapters in a book. We meet them in certain happenstance, and sometimes, they just stay there. We can’t really expect them to be there in the succeeding chapters, and that’s fine because they still serve their purpose. They still impart something on us; they are still part of the story.
You can still build good moments in places where bad memories took place.
With this, I believe first impression lasts, given that some of my friends still remember. Maybe, firsts are really instilled in our brain hard. Though, I also believe that not all first impressions matter in the long run, especially when it's not the real you. Maybe the first impression says so much about the one taking us in instead of us coming off as something.
How about you? How do you express yourself?
If being hard on ourselves mean we just want to be the best version that we possibly can, then be it.
Hello, my cool beans. 🤟 How is your mental health lately? Are you thinking too much again? How are you handling your thoughts and feelings?
Do you ever ask yourself who you really are? It is the exact reason why I love the Jungian concept. It shows how we are layers and layers and layers and layers of different personalities. It is not like a part of you is fake; it just suggests that we are all capable of change and growth.