Feeling is Relative
One thing that kind of annoys me is when people tell me how much their back hurts, or how much they hate cardio, or how depressed they are. It’s easy for me to be annoyed considering my scoliosis, asthma, and ACTUAL depressed tendencies. On the other hand, I can’t just act as though because these things that they are feeling are much worse for me, that they must not exist for them. Everyone feels things and everyone has problems so I can’t fault someone for having to deal with something that I am used to. It would be insensitive to get mad at them for it.
People in certain 3rd world countries hardly have substantial meals, yet I still complain when I’m hungry. And my mother’s scoliosis is easily 20 times worse than mine, so complaining for me would be mundane if she were to judge me based on her own problems.
I try my best not to judge people in that way at any time, but even when I do for a moment, I don’t act like it’s the worst thing in the world, and I don’t make them feel like jerk for having emotions.
When I’m SO Tired
It seems that when my brain begins to shut down for the night, the tiniest things get me incredibly annoyed. Even waiting a few seconds for a message response on Facebook can send me into a moment of rage. It’s really weird, but my emotions soar at night like this.