These past few months have been a stark reminder to me that nobody knows what they’re doing.
I don’t mean technically, or in terms of stuff in which people are trained. But everything else. Literally everything else.
We don’t know how to behave, to act, to portray ourselves when we’re out of our comfort zones. And for some of us, our comfort zones are small–incredibly so.
Even so, everybody’s got a comfort zone, which means everyone can feel uncomfortable when certain things happen.
Sometimes…no matter how much you prepare for what’s to come… you just aren’t ready for the sheer agony that follows.
You tell yourself, “I’ll be okay,” or “it won’t affect me that much,” or “it’s not a big deal.” But it’s not that easy.
Nothing is ever that easy.