If you tell them that they must stop feeling this way, it denies the black moon beauty that is found even within those spaces where we wish to be no more. It denies the golden thread that runs through everything. Leonard Cohen's crack runs very deep, right to the core.
Which is a tragedy, and an opportunity for Kelvin Cunnington, and also a fine, fine beauty. Depending on what world you find yourself in.
The world to you bares her beauty. You roll in her mists, and so you should. The world to them is a differently made-up composition of chemicals and genetic mutations that make what you are saying not just a farce, but the fact that you would deny their experience to their face a slap and a travesty.
|Stand Alone Complex by =Lucid-Light|
You cannot fix anybody at all. But you can accept them. Acceptance of them may just help in some very small way for them to find acceptance of their own in being in this space, to see the deep beauty that exists even here.
It is a paradox that making yourself at home in any space helps you to stop embedding yourself so hard into it, and might help you, in whatever way is required and possible in your situation, to begin the climb out again.