I have been chastised for taking too long. Too long for what? It doesn't get better. I balked at this, but couldn't quite formulate my objection. And today I read this in a book about suicide:
Nietzsche urges us to see that human suffering is necessary, but what is not necessary is painfully regretting that suffering. Our condition hands us difficulty, and unless we are careful to stop ourselves, we add more difficulty to our lot by fearing and loathing that difficulty. We suffer and then hate ourselves for suffering. We are much better off accepting the pain, seeing it as universal, noting that it can be borne, and, when possible, expressing it.When possible, I will keep trying to express it. Even if people do not want to hear it.