The Face Behind So-called “Well-Wisher”

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Eventually, everyone is a well-wisher of you.

But these “well-wishers” are the audience of your pain and your weakness. They all pretend as they care about you and all of the caring will be with hollow words.

I used to hear that phrase that “20% of them don’t care about your problem and 80% are glad that you have them.”

People talk about you as you don’t even know yourself. Suddenly they become the person who figured it out everything about you. And that is not enough. They will also give a ‘Lable’ in which all your past, present and future will be described.

And mind you, that label will not be a meaning or deep enough. It will be cheap exactly like their thoughts.

And how they figure out all your life and you?

No, they are not humane enough to ask how you are actually, how’s your life, what is your pain.

They are all psychologist.

With one incident. One break down. One weak moment. One mistake of showing them your pain. And you are done. Your image will change with the snap of your fingers.

And, they figured it out all but they don’t have common sense that all those judgments can harm a person from inside.

They will all tell you this and that. You also know how they are, how they behaved in the past and how were they when they had a breakdown but you weren’t being Psychiatric to tell them they have a problem, you were trying to understand, you were trying to get their pain. That was your mistake.

You thought that pain makes people humble, you thought the pain make people sensitive towards others. But that, not 100%. People will be like them no matter how much pain they had, in fact sometimes pain gives them leverage to become even worse.

None of them will judge their action, their lives, their views. NOPE.

Why not?

Because they are coward to look at their own shadow because they know their shadow is darker than your one accident.

But how do you figure out who is the demon behind that well-wisher’s face?

How do understand that this person is just laughing at your pain when you were being emotional?

How do you know that you should not allow yourself to get weak?

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Writer. Courageous to share the most feared thoughts. A storyteller on Love, Life, Depression, Women, and Entertainment, Humanity and Technology.

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Devanshi Singh.

Devanshi Singh.

Writer. Courageous to share the most feared thoughts. A storyteller on Love, Life, Depression, Women, and Entertainment, Humanity and Technology.