3 things all werewolves should remember

1.  Views of lycanthropy change over time.

Today werewolves might be celebrated, but tomorrow they might be crucified.  Never take for granted the momentary and fleeting nature of being in good graces.  A few hundred years ago werewolves were synonymous with evil.  Today, to some they still are, however the viewpoint for many others has changed considerably…and today there are even many that are willing to accept that there can be and are such thing as “good werewolves”. But remember, it takes one bad apple to ruin the bunch, and no matter how far the views of humans have changed, they could change back in a second.

2.   It is hard to compete with the historical beliefs of a culture.

There are times when you may encounter humans or groups of humans with very negative views towards werewolves.    It is important not to take these beliefs and views too much to heart.  Sometimes it’s simply the fact that a group or a culture has a long-standing history in their legends and beliefs that prevent them from feeling any goodwill towards the werewolf.  They’ve grown up with negative stories as part of their culture…in some places werewolves have been blamed for everything from loss of farmer’s cattle to failed crops to deadly illnesses. Trying to convince someone to have an open mind about werewolves that has heard from their parents and grandparents and friends and communities about all the negative things that werewolves are is a hard fought battle.  You will get through to some, but to others you may not.  Remember, not everyone can keep an open mind on something that they have never seen for themselves, but merely heard bad stories of.  This cannot necessarily be blamed on the individual.

3.  Do not underestimate the power of someone’s thought.

And by this I mean, if you do encounter negative views towards werewolves, don’t underestimate how those thoughts might affect you.  You may believe that what someone thinks does not matter to you – and you may- and should – be right!  But be sure that you haven’t internalized the negativity.  Try not to take it into yourself and cover it up for it to come back later.  Instead, let it go.  Take the negativity, understand it, and attempt to understand the limits that the human has that made the comment.  Hear what others think, then see and understand that the comment is more about them and their limits than you and your faults.  Once you have addressed this, let the negativity go, don’t save it for later.

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23 Responses

  1. she wolf says:

    Woah! Why would some people blame really negative to werewolves? Me too I blame werewolves to…. For eating all the foods and stuff in my refrigerator when they visited my house.

  2. Maybe I should be a little more careful if werewolf hunters are around…
    I don’t wanna die!!! Gotta dodge them silver bullets. ….

  3. RebeccaGoldentail says:

    This is why I don’t go around in public screaming, “Hey, look at me!!! a real life werewolf!!!”

  4. 01000011 01101111 01101101 01110000 01110101 01110100 01100101 01110010 00100000 01100111 01110101 01111001 00001010 says:

    You’re a HUMAN, homo sapien, Mensch. I actually feel sorry for you guys, your delusional thoughts are warping your minds.

  5. ILiekPizza says:

    I only follow one rule and one rule only…

    Survival take priority above all else.

  6. NightSlash says:

    @RebeccaGoldentail:

    Exactly! I couldn’t agree more. 1. your just looking for attention if u do that, and 2. it could get you killed!
    Thats why only 2 people know im a werewolf. my ex-bestfriend and my new bestie!

  7. Lycanhope says:

    There are NO hunters.
    NO ONE is trying to kill you.
    Common sense people, feel free to start using it at any time.

  8. ILiekPizza says:

    @Lycanhope:

    Let the pups play. Sooner or later reality will hit them in the face.

  9. Lycanhope says:

    @ILiekPizza: I find stupidity to be like a weed. If you don’t rip it out early, it becomes impossible to deal with.

  10. ILiekPizza says:

    @Lycanhope:

    Even weeds choke themselves to death. either way I am not going to stop you, I am just saying. 😛

  11. Moon Walker says:

    There are hunters out there. Lycans are better off either staying a myth or gaining control over humans.

  12. Moon Walker says:

    The Lycanthrope species is only misunderstood. But still we must be cautious.

  13. Moon Walker says:

    oops I mean they must be cautious.

  14. ILiekPizza says:

    @Moon Walker:
    No need to gain control over them. Best to keep to yourself.

  15. Lycanhope says:

    @ILiekPizza:

    Let the pups play. Sooner or later reality will hit them in the face 😛

  16. Jackie says:

    These are good to keep in mind, sure dont want to be crucified * shudder*

  17. Mary says:

    PRETTY sure that crucifixion does not exist anymore. unless there is some kind of anti christ that likes to nail people on a wooden cross for weird wacked out fun

  18. ainsumLe says:

    @mary it does.. -_- my parents were reading through my texts with one of my friends…. They ended up having an intervention with me stating that “werewolves are from the devil” and blah blah blah.

  19. Lycanhope says:

    @ainsumLe: That’s, not really the same as crucifixion though.

  20. nightwolf says:

    @luna: crucifixion is the way romens killed people in a shameful way(the most shameful at that) and its now illegal in the u.s.

  21. Mary says:

    Its illegal everywhere

  22. skyler says:

    @RebeccaGoldentail: so, you are a faoladh?

  23. Kola Kax'aw says:

    You humans make me sick. Our kind has been in hiding for centuries. Our faults. We blame the humans for making us like this. With all your evil hatred. We are forced to be like this. Why don’t you just leave us be and we wont have to kill any of you by default. We can live a peaceful life without your hunting to kill us.

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