August 20, 2019

Musings: Annoying Statements and Where To Shove Them

This post was borne out of frustration from the common things people say when  you’re going through something or when they literally have nothing else to say. Don’t get me wrong, I’m guilty of all of these at some point in my life and I probably still am but I guess the “think before you speak” happens much more often these days. So with that I implore you to think a little more, stop invalidating people’s pain and find another way to do small talk. Or best of all – be quiet. 

P.S - This post wouldn’t be what it is without my little anonymous contributor.  And of course anyone who responded to my tweet - thank you! 

“There are people out there worse off than you”

 “It could be worse”

THANKS FOR INVALIDATING MY PAIN.



“Think positively”

LOL OKAY! 


“Don’t think about the past”

“Forget about the past”

LOL OKAY! *MAGICALLY FORGETS THE WHOLE PAST*


“Just move on”

OKAY COOL OFF I GO.


“Don’t think about [insert person’s name]”

*TURNS OFF EMOTIONS* WOW IT WORKED!!! 


“Everyone has their own issues so you need to be more mindful”

AGAIN, THANKS FOR INVALIDATING MY PAIN! 


“You need to decide if you want to be happy”

I WANT TO BE HAPPY! *IS INSTANTLY CURED* 


“Don’t look at this negatively”

HOW ELSE DO YOU EXPECT ME TO LOOK AT IT? I AM SAD RIGHT NOW. 


“It was for the best”

WAS IT? WAS THAT *THING* ALWAYS DOOMED? 


“Smile”

*SCOWLS* 


What annoying statements do you find yourself saying all the time? Do you hate small talk too? 

Char xo

One response to “Musings: Annoying Statements and Where To Shove Them”

  1. Ash says:

    People have it worse is a bad one, like yeah I know people are going through horrific things but that doesn’t change the fact that my brain sucks at making seratonin

    Ash | thisdreamsalive.wordpress.com

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