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As we live this beautiful life, with few not so beautiful moments, we have developed a bubble- a personal space and we won’t be very pleased if anyone disrupts it.
By chance, someone who is probably unaware of our personal space or someone who doesn’t care as we do about it dares to even touch the bubble our reaction to it can be pretty much unpredictable! *punches alert*
God save the people from the hell that will break loose. *Hahahahaaaa**evil grin*
But to be frank, we are just scared of everything becoming bad, so we do what will better the situation first and that is push people away.
“Wear our armor not bare our soul!”– Shambhavi
We tend to find faults in ourselves, as well as blame them for everything that happens henceforth, totally unaware of the fact that – We are letting them do the damage. Why do we do that?
Why? Why? Why?
Answer is very simple, past experience/s can be very haunting and can change an individual’s perspective of life. Basically our past experiences determine our behavior and at times we just try to justify our thoughts by saying that- this happened in the past so our reaction is justified.
I do that too. So if you’re reading this and thinking that you’re the only one, you’re not alone!
There we go, defense mechanism turned on– shut people out- protect oneself.
*protect oneself* *sos* *protection activated*
It’s processed like a grave situation by our brilliant brain! Can’t blame the brain ofcourse, then who to blame??
The emotions awakened by those terrible experiences of the past? Correct! Absolutely! Gotcha culprit! And….. US! How can we escape the blame game?!
Live in the present, visiting the past is not a work of courage, it comes with a statutory warning, Big Bold Letters In Red:
STAY AWAY, OR BE READY TO GET YOUR LIGHT SUCKED IN! YOU’RE ENTERING A SAD AREA OF REDUNDANT DOUBTS AND ANXIETY PRODUCING REACTOR!!
Do you really wanna go to such an unwelcoming place? Do you? Are you that desperate? Weigh your decision, and every time your PRESENT will win this fight. So choose present over past! I tell myself this everyday. 🙂 Someday, I hope I wouldn’t look back at all!