Top 10 Things People Often Get Wrong About LifeHere's a list of 10 misconceptions about life that people always seem to state the most.
Not necessarily your friends and family. There is always someone you can look for to reach out to if you have a serious problem, like a therapist.
Well this is probably a useless response but that's my comment.
The only family I have left is my mom and dad, everybody else died, all 15 of them, lucky for me my mom is my best friend, so I am very loved by her, all the others where kind of mean to me anyway.
So true Most people have a few fake friends and some people have abusive parents, so no, you're family and friends will not always be there for you.
This isn't always the case considering how they're eventually gonna die at some point. Learn to live alone because no one will stay forever.
Sometimes there isn't, but there are times to actually be afraid of something (fear is a natural and healthy part of life, and if there's one fear that humanity can't escape no matter what then it's the fear of death).
I don't recall any person using this as some kind of philosophy. If somebody would believe this, it wouldn't take them long to figure out that this is not true. Yes, some people are advantaged from young, although sooner or later, theyll most likely one day understand, they gotta work to be satisfied for what what is missing from their life.
No. If you really want something so bad in life then you're gonna have to work hard at it. Things aren't given, they're earned.
Life is fair, life is unfair, life is sexy, life is ugly, life is good, life is bad, life is pretty much everything. It's not only unfair.
Some ignorant douchebags love to claim that life isn't fair at all but that is so untrue. The truth is that life is both fair AND unfair. Life is really about both positivity and negativity. If life were only unfair than the yin and the yang would not exist at all.
I'm not trying to stir up arguments, but there are people who thought it was all over when Covid came around in early 2020. As bad as it is, it's not something that would cause the world to end
No, it doesn't. And that's fact because whatever does happen to you, it never lasts forever. You're not alone. And I can guarantee you that there are thousands of people out there who have it way worse than you do. Trust me.
Me: Has loads a fun for the whole day
Me: While sleeping sleep walks and accidently gets splinter. Wakes up. Oh it's ok.
Other person: Life is over now
Definitely not true
Like I said with number 1, it's both about positivity and negativity.
I'm not saying we should strive to be negative but things are bound to happen in life and the best we can do is to just find a proper way to react to it or at least find different ways to solve our situations.
Not all lives are full of sunshine, rainbows and unicorns.
It's not that simple. It's a lot more complicated. That's why we make movies and write books about it that have all sorts of different ideas.
It's this complicated thing...
This isn't always true. Sometimes people change even for the worst, but I'm not saying we should change for the worst either. I'm saying you should always stay true to yourself no matter what, even if it gets really hard (trust me when I say though that hard stuff doesn't last forever).
Hah. Why do you think my life is ruined? Because someone changed.
No. One should really stop waiting for life to get better and start living while they still have the chance. Just ignore all the crap that's going on in the world and move on with your life already.
I'll frown severely at any smart buttocks who replies: "Well, good things come to those who wait." It's on a par with a shoplifter who uses the excuse: "I steal to build a better life. God helps those who help themselves."
No make it better, don't just wait around, I'm working on a board game and I feel proud of myself for it!
I'm just saying that if you take life too serious then it really could get depressing. Learn to have some fun once in a while (but do know there are some times to be serious indeed. Just saying).
See my comment on item #3.
A fallacy kids are made to believe. We should teach: find your talents, pick the one you enjoy most - and then go all out.
Trust me, it can.