On Sticky Sweet People, Cooing and You as the Most Hated Person

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I’m very straightforward. What’s in my heart, that’s on my face. I don’t sugar-coat, and I can’t sugar-coat. Rather I hate sugar-coating and anyone who does that. So that means whether a person is good or bad in general, or whether your sugar-coating is genuinely honest or falsely fake to coo the person, I hate you if you sugar-coat. The very idea of it abhors me. Plus, usually the way it is put out. This all abhors me, hence the person doing I abhors me too. Classical association case.

I hate sticky sweet people. Being so sweet that it gets in your throat; for example:
Awwwwwwwww love you muah muah.

Awwwwwwwww you’re tooooooooo sweeeeeeeeeet.

Awwwwwwwwwww blah blah.

This is over-generalization, I perfectly agree. But I just hate people this way.

Now the thing is the world doesn’t work this way. People like to be cooed. So other people compromise their principles and coo them.

This is the very reason my straightforwardness goes against me. And This is one of the prime reasons why people hate me so fondly. Plus, the fact that I’ve spent a tough life. Life filled with struggles, work and zero-pampering. Hence, all these candies don’t add to my excitement. Moreover, I’ve grown into a mature person way too early. I feel proud about it. I feel proud that I don’t act like the other teenage kids who surround me. I feel proud that I can act sensibly. I feel proud that I’ve a better level of jokes and sarcasm.

Should I worry about people who talk bad about me behind my back?

Are you serious? Why would you worry? You just got famous without having to work anything! Why not just sit back, relax and ride on the free horse?

Also, it’s mainly because people don’t accept you the way you are. The good news is people will never accept you the way you are. They’ll always have an issue with your personality. So why bother about people who don’t accept you for what you are. Rather they try to change you. Really, you really bother about such people? If you do, don’t. They are not worth you.

Sure, people you thought as your friends, were good with you, sometime back. But now since they have deserted you, Be absolutely fine with it. Accept the fact that they were good to you until you were good to them. You hitched and they deserted you. They accept parts of you, the good parts. When your seemingly ‘unacceptable’ parts appear, they desert you. They are fair weather friends. Treat them accordingly. Talk to them when they talk to you. Treat them as they treat you. If they can’t ignore little glitches, they better aren’t worth you.

Anyone who deserts you, you should be thankful about it. It’s good that you knew about it so early. Give them chances. But if they fail every time, better leave them.

It’s not okay if the whole world’s against you. It’s not okay if you stand alone. It’s not okay if you don’t fit in. It’s not okay if you are hated. It’s not okay; it’s something to be proud of.

Alice

Love yourself, your family and who respect you. Be with people who would be with you and bear with you all the time and all the aspects of your personality. If someone is selective about you, better leave them, because this is not how you work. You don’t leave some parts of you at home; you walk as a whole, ask them to accept you as a whole or don’t accept at all.

If in a pool of people everyone’s treated, and everyone’s behaving in the same way, and it’s only you who is doing things out of the way and in turn gets treated out of the way, be proud of this. You stand out from the crowd! Time to do the victory dance! But be aware, no one will dance with you. Do your victory dance alone, until you get struck by people doing their victory dance.

Dance Alone!

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