You’re always the one that people talk to when they’re feeling down and you (most of the time) seem to be able to cheer them up. Not necessarily help, but cheer them up so they can, maybe, look at it in a different light. But what happens when you have a problem? You don’t like to bring it up because you feel bad for burdening your friends, and you’d rather they noticed and asked like you do for them, instead of just blurting it out and hoping for sympathy.You want someone to help you for a change, but instead of noticing your distress, they all seem to overlook you because you’re the one that never has any problems. You’re the steady one with the ever-the-optimist attitude. You’re the one that they turn to for help, not the other way around. You can’t understand how they don’t notice you feeling like that every day. Maybe you hide it well? Maybe you look better than you are when, inside, you just want to scream at them and make them understand. But they just carry on, blissfully unaware of the personal hell you’re going through. And you hate them for it. What do you do?
My mind just exploded!