I’d Rather Feel Good Than “Be Right!”

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Author: Hannya (35 Articles)

Hannya is a Contributing Author at Gratitude Planet, a fun and connected being, and an avid dog lover.

Have you ever been in a funk where you see people doing dumb things? You see them saying mean things, or things that are just wrong or not true. These people can drive you up the wall. There have been times in the past where I took it as my personal responsibility to set them straight. I would go up to them and point out why they were wrong. If you have ever done this, you know where it leads. It usually leads to a disagreement of some kind with them defending their point of view (even if it is wrong or untrue!!) This kind of interaction feels bad, and I usually can’t shake the anger I can get when I can’t get them too see their error. It makes me feel wrong, as if I am making the mistake.

I don’t feel it is up to me to fix anyone anymore. Correcting a fact (like the date of an upcoming holiday) is the only thing I butt in about anymore. The reason I don’t try to fix everyone anymore is that

1. They don’t want my opinion, and

2. It feels bad when I do it (and for a while after I do it, even after they are long gone).

I have decided that I would rather “be wrong” in someone’s perception and feel good, than to “being right” in my own mind and feel bad. Actually, what I really do is notice my “rightness” while feeling good at the same time, but without having to get anyone to agree with me or change their perception. I AM FREE! I don’t think I walk around looking all stuck up like a know-it-all either. I just go about my happy way, sometimes making mistakes but always looking to feel as good as I can. There has been one amazing side effect of my new approach. I swear, I don’t have as many people in my face making me angry anymore. Now that I allow people to think differently from me without me trying to change them, more people seem to agree with me. It must be a Law of Attraction magic thing. I am grateful for the relief I feel now that I am not responsible to change everyone. All I do is need to connect to Source Energy and be the best person I know how to be. Wheww! That feels sooooo much better! Be.Love, Hannya-GP

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    1. Merrill says:

      So, how does this work out for marital disagreements? LOL!!!!!

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