I know this is weird but have you ever felt like just, I dunno… Wallowing in your misery?

I know this is weird but have you ever felt like just, I dunno… Wallowing in your misery?

Like, there are times when you feel moody and you know someone to call or something you can do to lift your spirits but you just… don’t?

First of all, welcome to the club!
You are not alone but…
Let me tell you what’s up with you.

Disclaimer: You will not agree with everything you’re about to read, and that is perfectly okay.

It happens that …
Throwing yourself a pity party is a great way to get over whatever negative emotions you might be feeling.
So play those sad songs, cry if you have to and let it all out.
However, there are EXTREME cases of this.

I’m talking about …
Situations where, to put it lightly, you don’t want to be happy.
Yes, that is what it is.
No, I’m not attacking you. In situations where you choose to be sad just because – then there can only be one other reason.

Wait, wait, hear me out first!

I have observed that when people just want to be continuously sad even when they know how to unlock their happiness, it can be traced to a feeling of entitlement.


Entitled in the sense that,
You don’t want to make yourself happy, instead, you want someone to “notice” that you are acting “off” and come to your rescue. 
Asking you questions like, “Hey, what’s up? I noticed you’ve been…” Blah. Blah.
Haha. How wonderful but…
Ain’t nobody got time for that!

Understand something…
Unless it’s your partner or a very tight friend of yours then I’m sorry, you might wait for a long time for someone to “notice” you’re acting off.
Also, everyone has their lives to live, you know? People are busy. Not even you can check up on yourself 24/7 so how do you expect someone else to do that?

Here is a solution for you

Put your happiness in your own hands;
This is no Cinderella story! And even Cinderella had to go to the ball before she met her Prince Charming.
So how about you make yourself happy and not wait for someone else to do that for you?
You can also help your friends to know when something is up with you, yeah? This is the real life, people don’t read minds.

Here’s my point(s);

  • Feel free to wallow in misery but know when to get back up
  • Take responsibility for your happiness
  • Your loved ones aren’t mind readers, let them know if something is off with you so they can help because they really want to.


It was nice talking to you, see you next time!

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August 2020