Issues are issues, whether drastic or not.
What gives us the right to diss or judge others because they are dealing with issues that we are not? Just because we have our life right at this moment does not entitle us to comment about the not-right's in another's life in a disrespectful manner especially in front of other people.
I'd rather you don't mention that person's name in front of me. One's impression on me is for him or her to make, not for you to make.
Now I have to think twice about sharing my struggles. What if it is spoken so freely and openly to another just like how the issues of another were spoken in front of me?
Oh what the heck...
It's definitely good to have my life right. But if I lose compassion and the ability to understand what it's like in another's shoes and the sort of perspective another might have in their struggles, I'd rather be in struggles myself so that I don't become self-righteous.
At least in my struggles, I would totally understand, and will definitely learn to understand.
It's like: The best pal who can help a drug addict to break free is another drug addict who has overcome the addiction.
I'd rather be in struggles than be like you... Everyone has issues. Admit it.