Good things • Having intellectual conversational buddies: because my mind loves to wander, and you can teach yourself and others a lot just by having a healthy conversation. • Animals: because they're simply amazing and for me personally, they serve as an escape from society. They're pure living things. • Music: because, let's face it, without music, life kinda sucks. • Connecting with strangers: because it's an amazing feeling when you feel a connection forming with someone. It just never gets old.
Bad things • Being yelled at: because I'm sensitive, and I always just wanna curl into a ball and hide when I'm yelled at. • Arguing with someone close to you: because it's a terrible feeling to lose a connection or have someone mad at you. It just really makes you feel like crap, and all too often, it makes you feel like a bad person. • Social anxiety: because I love making friends, but there's an overwhelming fear of people that kind of runs my life, and it's a bit depressing because it adds an element of loneliness to my everyday life. • Death: for obvious reasons. Losing a loved one tops them all. End of story.
I'm sure I could come up with more, but those are the first things that came to mind.
Good: Having enough money to live comfortably and not worry about where your next meal is coming from. Pets. Because unlike people they are often more loyal. Entertainment. Food! Music, it's good for the soul I hear. Art
Bad: Conflict, especially between two people you consider a friend or even family members. Relatively short life spans of pets. Crap that is overloaded into food these days, chemicals and whatnot. Poverty. (I'm just being obvious with some of these, do forgive me!) Hatred Chaotic uncontrolled violence, such as street fights The UK's current leadership. All these different businesses going into administration, including my beloved play(dot)com The general mental state of many people these days. The infernal double dip world recession. Then again it's probably on its fifteenth consecutive dip by now