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People Should Come with a Label

People should come with a label and perhaps even an instruction manual. It really could make much of our encounters a little more simple, productive and easier to tolerate. Let’s take my house this morning.

My husband apparently didn’t sleep well. He didn’t say it and there was no indication as he got up and made a great breakfast for us. When I said “Thanks for getting up and making us breakfast, it was great.”

“Whatever!”

“Is everything okay?”

“Do I look okay?”

“You look fine. You sound a little angry and defensive.”

“You are wrong. I am very tired. He stomped off to the bedroom and slammed the door. If he had a label I could have read or an emoji on his forehead that said sleepy, tired or grumpy I may have been better prepared.

What would your label have been 30 minutes after you woke up?

Do you think it would be fun to write your own instruction manual? 

What do you think?

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  1. A label would not work for me, we tend to meet any new situation in life by reorganizing, and a wonderful method it can be for creating the illusion of progress while producing confusion, inefficiency, and demoralization, I feel, we should just be tolerant because, some days are diamonds, some days are stones…

  2. It depends … if I wake up in the morning the label would be “Shut the F* up and get away from me!” <— Yes, this bad.

    If I wake up in the noon (or late morning) then I'd probably be "I'm tired, but I'm ok with mild interactions."

    I guess there won't be a manual because our mood is never the same everyday or time.

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