Saying Someone Shouldn’t Be Sad Because Other People Have It Worse

Saying Someone Shouldn't Be Sad Because Other People Have It Worse

Saying someone “shouldn’t be sad because other people have it worse” is like saying someone shouldn’t be happy because someone else may have it better.  Your own emotional experience is valid and totally separate from anyone else’s.  
– L.R. Knost

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Alphonse Lamartine

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