Fact is people do not want to listen to somebody else’s problems. People do not share grief.
Every one is wrapped up in their own life’s and business. Caring for others seems like a thing of the past.
We live in a un-caring world where people only pass judgments.
It is so easy to look at another and make quick judgment and jump to your own conclusions. Most people do not take the trouble to look beyond the smiles and laughter, they do not see the pain and tears that the smiles hide.
I have always found it difficult to share my grief and pain with others and so I mask my feelings, writing here helps loads, I think it’s the only way I can let it out.
Smiling is my way of dealing with my pain and fears.
Silence is my armor.
I have become so good at masking my feelings of pain that I sometimes feel as if I am in a never-ending theater performance.
I guess that is what we all are at the end of the day – actors on the great stage of life. It is the price of living in society. It comes with the package.