Independence, Medication, Winter Boots & Gloves
The mindset of an individual’s independence is, I can take care of myself
Exactly. However, were emotion to design the phrase, it might say, “I can
take care of myself, I don’t need to depend on anyone or anything.”
One mght declare, “I take medication for seizure,” or “I take
medication because of my frontal lobe damage,” etcetra, etcetra. One
might declare, I depend on my medications, therefore I am not dependent.
Much of indendence is measured by what you know to
depend on. You decide what you’ll depend on. I go out in winter weather; I
depend on my winter clothes and winter boots to keep me warm.
Let’s obliterate the belief that depending on someone, or something
reflects a decrease or, worse still, the complete absence of indepence.
Rubbish. That is a well-worn and utterly innacurate myth.
You and I and everyone we knows depends on things all the time. I
depend my doctor’s knowledge; I depend on those who package food to
know how to package it safely for all; I depend on my eyeglasses so I can
Knowing who and what you can depend on is what matters. You at
the helm of your life decided what you will depend on? Now, that’s