If those people are miserable, then yeah.
No, not funny also untrue! All your posts indicate to me that you mix with the wrong crowd, have no self-confidence, are easily led, & you take too much to heart. You are young enough to change, start again, associate with new people, build your own character, stop worrying about what other people think or do, get out there & enjoy life! Find new interests, face up to new challenges, build new friendships, & spend less time on EP asking questions :-)
Ah well yes, your questions do irritate me at times coz you're so young, free, with a great life ahead of you if you stop worrying about nothing! The smiley faces are just me, I'm just so happy & full of optimism that tomorrow will be even better that I can't help smiling! Hopefully, my smilies will bring a smile to your face too, life is wonderful, lets enjoy it together & be Happy! :-)
I don't pretend, I am always happy, honestly! :-)
Good, so try & join the 'Happy Club' too :-)
But that's not always true. My family and friends helped me after a tragedy in my life many years ago. We've all remained very close ever since.
And so, they will become unhappy again pursued by their own guilty conscious for dissing those that only wanted to aid them. Then, you must attempt to help them again, regardless of their past actions. Why? You will know you had done the right thing (again).
Its not funny, its just a sad fact of life, and a reflection to the shallow nature of people. That is why, the people who give of themselves the most, get stepped on a lot, and get taken for granted. Sometimes one could wonder, if remaining somewhat detached from others is not better after all.
I haven't noticed that. Hmmmm
You would love the lyrics to this song. Pretty melody, too:
I Knew You When You Were Lonely
Not really. It's been my experience that the people who make you happy are the ones who ultimately lead you to misery.
No its not funny its downright ******* rude , right that is it I am gonna get stabby..
I certainly don't, I may even have been far too grateful!