Nothing new here, but I read something recently along the lines of, “Those who don’t care get what they want, and those who do, don’t”. There is also a saying about the happiest girls you meet are all bitches.

Well that’s shitty. It’s not a surprise to those who know me that I care a lot. I care more than I should and it probably makes me appear weak. And I’m evidently not a bitch. I bottle up a lot inside and over think a lot of situations. Sometimes I wish I had the guts to say the things I think, but it’s so hard.

When you’re raised a certain way your whole life, it’s hard to change. That’s not to say you can’t because I’ve witnessed a lot of people who broke free, but for me, it’s hard.

I already know what you guys will say.
– “Stop complaining and do something about it.”
– “That’s life.”
– “Suck it up then, Sunshine.”
– “Shit won’t fix itself.”

Believe me. I try really hard to not complain to you guys. And when I do, it’s not because I am seeking for advice, I just need to vent and get words out of my system so that I can make room for more. I’m not a bottomless pit with an endless supply of patience. This is just how I deal with things, so I apologize for all the rants.

I got a whole year to work on changing things up again because 2013 obviously went nowhere. OK no, that’s a lie. There were plenty of good that came out of 2013. But more would be nice. ok bye!

One Thought on “The problem with caring.

  1. Someone who cares about others is important, I would not think that it makes you appear to be weak. We’re human, we more or less care about others. However, the degree that you care about people, is important. What I love about you, is that you care. I love that you care more than other people do, making me feel that I do matter.

    Never apologize for ranting, we all need to do it at some point. You can always rant/vent/talk to me, I’m always here! <3

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