Hiding It In...

I would not recommend anyone to pretend tehy're okay when they're not.

well, okay, sometimes, it does work, but deep inside, it leaves you a great big feeling of melancholy...

and well, in my case, it's like, the only thing i could do--for now. it's hard when everyone thinks you're this great, strong person, and you have all these responsibilities to take care of, and there seems to be no time to even think of your feelings...

some people can't handle what u feel.

and all you can do is try to hold it in.

mistyeyedlass mistyeyedlass
18-21, F
2 Responses Feb 22, 2009

I understand completely. I did this for years. It's taken me a year of therapy and a lot of money for the simplest thing to sink in: we need to FEEL our feelings in order to let them go. It's ok to tell others how we feel - we need to do this.

I understand what you mean. Saying I'm OK is automatic. When u start to say how you really feel people don't know what to say and then kinda avoid you or the subject. Its hard because most of the time I just want some one to be there and listen without judgement. If you ever need to talk feel free to write me.