I was never popular back at school.
There was this time back at elementary school where I felt like I got the hang of social interactions, but then everything sort of changed on the fifth grade. Instead of blending in without a care in the world, I somehow found myself trying to be relevant among my peers. This continued on even until I graduate from high school.
This sort of mentality has pretty much shaped my stance on friendships. I don’t like making enemies. And if I have problems with someone, sure I may cut off contact with them, but I don’t look on them lower than me. And I try to be neutral amongst my friends so that I don’t make premature judgements.
This has actually been brought into light by one of my friends online who have been involved with some drama with someone else that I’m also friends with. So I feel that it’s more important than ever to post this here:
Just because I talk to someone more than the other, I try to stay neutral and don't make my judgement based on which one I'm attached more.— ️ (@resir014) April 16, 2016
I will heed on what others have said about that person, even their opposing party, but I still take them with a grain of salt.— ️ (@resir014) April 16, 2016
I don't blindly follow what others have said about that person, not even both parties. As the facts unfold and enough has been gathered >>— ️ (@resir014) April 16, 2016
from both sides, I will surely be able to make my own judgement without any form of conflict of interest.— ️ (@resir014) April 16, 2016