Just One Smile May Make Another Person’s Day
In a world where there are so many ways to make another person day, why then do people tend to choose to be glum, miserable and self fulling that their worth is pitifully low. Incorporating some positive within your own day may make way for being able to spot another glum chum and pass on the positive energy. An smile , then to ask the other person is doing today and ask for a few details might take a bit of ‘guts’ with forethought about a few questions.
Generally people who feel low, troubled or even depressed appear within drawn. The balance between respecting the self imposed boundaries that society imposes on each of us causes many Autistic people some grief at times.
Running up to someone and hugging them as though their life depended upon, it is not generally appreciated. It’s called imposition of space, trespassing upon their self-esteem and who they are. Unfortunately Autism for many of us is an inadvisable disability. Characterized by swings and roundabouts. Withdrawn but many of us need to give the hugs the other person really needs.
Why is it that the hurt of one person becomes a perpetual cycle?
Ideas to help make another person’s day
One person’s answer will be different from the others therefore the ideas need to be lightweight, easy to carry round and hand out.
Each will have reasons for one thing or another. Backed up by excuses. As you read this though below know that you can begin to turn on that smile of the day just through shear doggid determination.
What is the answer. Something people can carry with them , share at no extra cost, does not need to be unwrapped and may freely be given, accepted and used, recycled as the receiver decides.
Literally the more you practice this giving and receiving, the less likely it will be to forget how.
Hurt People Hurt People.
Will you always know if you have made another persons day
The answer is to keep on smiling because without knowing you may have just made another persons day. If not today, then maybe it was a smile you gave a while ago that the other person has responded too. Just maybe some other person has received the smile from a while ago. And that smile is coming back to you the long way.
When you get that smile it will have made your day as well cause what you give out will come back
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