Unappreciative

I don’t appreciate it when you assess my level of stability by what I’m currently taking, because wellness is a process during which every aspect altered makes a difference.

I don’t appreciate your backhanded compliments, indicating that you feel I’m more worthy as a person when I’m able to walk or when I don’t want to kill myself.

I don’t appreciate it when you compare me to my past and make remarks on how much better I am now, because I remember believing — in the moments of each decision I’ve made — that I was doing the best I could at the time.

I don’t appreciate the box you’ve created to categorize me among other people you’ve met, suggesting that each pattern you first associate with me is my permanent Modus Operandi.

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