Writing this story has shown me on how true empathy can have an impact on someone else. Following up with the previous posts, we have more HDA Members including iC ranking members and Senior Executives.
On the previous post I showed a video on how in a hospital setting, being quick to judge can be detrimental. With this post I decided to take it a step farther by showing empathy in a setting we all can recognize, high school.
It’s another tear jerker, sadly
This member tells their story beginning with how COVID has impacted them. Due to the pandemic, they have been unable to see their family since restrictions have begun. Their closest friends have deserted them due to their friends belief that the restrictions have no constitutive value. Their friends are anti-mask wearing, and anti-vaccination people and this member feels that is a complete disregard for other human lives.
The author, Tom is a Trial Owner within HDA, his real life situation is filled with excitement, stress, and lack of sleep. As everyone knows, (he’s incredibly sorry, he’s just too excited), he is a nursing student. The excitement for this stems from the fact he’s 24, has never been able to hold a job for longer than a year, and is finally achieving goals in his life. He struggles with severe anxiety beyond any reconcilable effect, however, he has been working diligently to ensure this anxiety does not interfere with his studies. In real life, he can be described as a lone soul with only a few near and dear friends, he enjoys it that way. Recently he was fired from his place of employment due to being unable to work full-time hours whilst enrolled at college, so he has been making a fast attempt of finding new employment. He makes a grand attempt daily to spread true kindness and love in a world where it seems some days, none exists.
This person pans a future of uncertainty for me, they are unsure if their plans and dreams will come to fruition. They say sleeping pills and sleeping with their significant other makes them sleep better at night. They jump out of bed at the beck and call of the necessity to study, but they are fearful he or she might not be doing enough. Also, they write about how fast their mind moves and that it drives them crazy. They are afraid of people finding the truth that they’re bipolar because he or she is afraid they will be seen as clinically insane. Their therapist unfortunately contracted and then died of COVID-19, this member speaks of how much of an impact their death had on him or her.
Edited by: Vibrational