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Humans are complicated!

I'm a complicated. You're complicated. We're all complicated. Humans are complicated. Full stop. Period. That is the number one rule we should all remember and follow. Humans are complicated. We can't claim that we know that person fully because we don't. Sometimes, we just really don't know what's going through their mind.

I hate it when people say that they understand how we feel. Well, they don't and they have no clue. They're not me and they don't understand the situation. And they won't react the same way I react to a certain situation. Therefore, they don't understand.

Yea, even I'm complicated. I mean, I can't say that I have self-esteem because sometimes my self-esteem is super high and sometimes, my self-esteem hits rockbottom. And recently, I hate to admit this but my self-esteem has been pretty low.

Well, it's because I'm afraid. I'm really afraid. What if I just fail, fall flat on my face? Will I ever pick up the pieces? Will my life end? Will I give up? What will I do?
And I just needed assurance. I needed to hear that everything is ok. I need to know that I can go home and have a shoulder to lean on. I need to know that I will be supported as I pick up the pieces of my life and try to stick back together.

Thankfully, I heard what I need to hear and maybe even more. Those words reassured me.

And if my friends and family can support and believe me. I don't see why I can't. If my family and friends can believe that I have potential to succeed? I don't see why I can't succeed.

It feels good to support someone who needs it. Like how I told a friend that I supported her no matter what and I'll be around to help her. Her face light up and that felt nice.

Maybe that's what we need. We need to start supporting others and each other. When you support others, you also support yourself. We don't need to understand each other because we never will. But we do need support. We just need to know that there is someone around when we need a shoulder to lean on. That is all we need to know.

Hopefully, I will not fail or have to pick up any pieces.


Jun said…
Let me hug your, darling /(=>W<)/
*hugs tightly*
Rushi said…
I agree with you totally.~~ Rest Asured I'm nice and I won't bite. I'll probably just take a nibble. Honest really XD
Luffy Sam said…
My shoulder is ready for you.
And I will support you !!
You also must support me ya !!

Happy !!!
Sad !!!
Sharing !!

Fight for our dream !!
Go Go Go !!
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