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To the people who don't like to 'bother' others!


To those who consider themselves as a burden, who have lost their sense of self worth and those who prefer keeping things to themselves instead of letting them out:-

I know you don’t want to worry anyone with your pain and add onto theirs. I know you don’t want others to take time out of their busy lives to make a fuss and help you out. I know you don’t want to seem selfish, talking all about what you’re feeling right now. I know you are accustomed to being always there at someone's lowest point, but keep their distance when it's your turn to be in a tough situation

But please believe me when I say this: you can’t keep it to yourself. It won’t just go away. It always finds a way to come back to absolutely terrify you, haunting your every thought. Because I’ve been there. It’s a constant struggle I still face today. Also, believe me when I say there’s always, always a way to battle it. Sadly, there’s no known way to have your fear, anger, sadness, confusion or anxiety go away by taking some kind of special pill or having some procedure done.

Just imagine someone having thoughts and emotions they can’t comprehend, and they’re scaring them. And when they come to you, telling you of the pain and struggle they have, I know you would be there for them, comforting and supporting them because you are the nice, quiet person who doesn’t want to bother anybody but loves it when people bother you because you are helping them. But understand just as you are there for people in times of need when they need your empathy, you yourself deserve the same kindness and empathy that you give to others so selflessly. 

When the world comes crashing at your feet
It's okay to let others help pick up the pieces
for, if they're present to take part in your bliss, when you're doing great
They are more than capable of sharing your pain, when you're broken🙌❤️

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