At one time, I was a person who did not know how to say no very well, especially to my loved ones.
Often, the needs of others and my own self would conflict, and if I kept forcing myself to accept the demands of others, I would gradually lose my balance.
Although some requests that cross the line are wrapped in the name of "love", they are indeed the weapons that hurt me the most.
Although I didn't want to admit it, the negativity I felt toward my loved ones was building up, and it was destroying the relationship.
I realized that I had to take the initiative to change, and I wanted to gain true love from those close to me while preserving myself.
So, I started a journey to save myself.
Osmanthus is the work that accompanied me on this journey.