See, it’s weird because like
Here is one of those situations that would’ve probably progressed fine on its own, no outside intervention needed, only it would’ve taken more time to come back around, or it might not’ve come back around at all. I don’t know, the point is, I might be wrong (which would actually be kind of a relief), but I feel like in all likelihood I’m right, which means one of the scarier, less talked about aspects of life is rearing it’s head:
A person might try as hard as they can do to the right thing that’s best for themselves and those they love and still end up doing the wrong thing. Pain, misery, sadness and all other “necessary” things could be avoided with enough information or “wisdom” to use the information, but several people simply do not, can not or will not do so and will ultimately make bad decisions despite their best efforts.
This might seem obvious, but in practice, it’s actually very sad. I guess culturally we kind of believe that if you do your best and try your hardest, you’ll succeed eventually, but this is one of those life things that disprove that completely.
It isn’t true.
You might try your hardest and fail anyway.
That doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t try your hardest, only that you should be careful, too.