Thursday, October 11, 2012

Talking Condescending about Others.

I have something for everyone to chew on, including myself. Today I removed someone from my personal life because everything I hear from them is condescending to others, or the opposite (male) sex also known as a form of sexism, also this person constantly tries to 'call people out', or act like queen bee. I'm sick of it and I've held my tongue long enough out of trying to be polite to a 'friend'... and then it hit me. I don't want to be associated with someone like this because I don't want A) These traits to rub off on me and B) I don't want to be friends with someone who does these things because then in some way I am approving these actions on a daily basis.
Talking condescending about others for who they are or what they've done and constantly talking about how you'll be famous and spit in the faces of people who 'held you back' shows such a low calibre. Hate gets you no where and makes you exactly the same as the people you 'hate'. Also; It's an unattractive human emotion that no one really enjoys.
I hope to be forever humble of my background and the people that have been in my life. Without those people in my life I wouldn't be the person I am today. Even if I was wronged in the past all I can really do is thank them, because they left a scar and now my skin is stronger and less likely to fall victim again.

Be thankful, or forgiving.... not hateful.

Show Love and be Loved. 

I still love this girl but I don't need this kind of attitude/outlook in my life. 

Stay spooky.
Allison Eckfeldt.


  1. Yes I try to keep hateful people out of my life. I just don't need that negativity. I think you made a good decision.

  2. It's a shame he acts like that. I tend not to get close to people I have the slightest feeling they'll do no good to me or won't be worth my time or teach me anything