According to psychology experts
Kelly Clarkson obviously sang the song "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger" which became extremely popular to the point so many people have been using that quote in so many serious situations.
Do you deeply agree? We all know we don't always have to agree with some songs lyrics, right? But apparently, that quote was originally from a German philosopher named Friedrich Nietzsche ("That which does not kill us makes us stronger.")...
Still agreeing with his philosophy on that one?
Is that an untrue saying only meant to cheer us up and make us feel stronger? Or is it not?
Assuming a 10 year-old child got amputated and had been in a coma for 50 years looking like a vegetable on photosynthesis. It did not kill him but he became stronger, right? His strict dad forced him to live in the misery called coma
to make him "stronger" because he doesn't want his son to die. It was a success. After an extra 20 years, the dad died but his son woke up from the coma, permanently traumatized for the rest of his life. He became stronger than ever at age 80!
I know it's a cool story, bro, but check out this nice article about why things that don't kill you make you weaker...:
Do you agree with it?