Fitting in

I just have a quick thought, for people who have been so considerate or trying to be one by putting themselves in other people’s shoes.

Isn’t it true that in order to put yourself in other people’s shoes, you first need to make sure that you fit in theirs?

It often starts when someone says this: “I feel you, when I try to put myself in your shoes…”

Question: Do you think you would fit in my shoes in order to really feel what I feel?

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Camellia Dinh

Hi, it was just me and nothing significant but my regular dose of experiences, thoughts and feelings. Views are my own.

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