The hidden pain

Don’t you hate it when people make a joke about you, about something that you are actually incredibly insecure about. And they don’t realise it, but every laugh feels like a stab in your chest, because it hurts so much and brings up memories you’d rather forget. But you can’t say anything, because then people would know your weaknesses. They’d know how insecure you really are. So instead you just laugh it off, and hide the pain you feel inside.

Advertisements

6 responses to “The hidden pain

  1. That sounds rough.
    But, I guess with those insecurities, they have to be in some form, accepted, and see if they can be work upon, whatever they are, if they are things that can be helped.
    Remember, that everyone has weaknesses. Hiding pain is never a good thing. But, keep calm, and carry on~

  2. When you laugh it off with them, you’re saying to them that everything is okay. What they said, what they did after didn’t bother you. If you or I can’t be truthful with those we call friends or those that matter to us, then, we have a problem.

    Ah that word weakness. To say this is you/me with all the truthfulness of what lies within us. Why shouldn’t we be honest in exactly how we feel? A life without makeup.

    I know some run on on with the most trite things, but I’m not talking about that.

    • Jetzy 이재우

      There is some part of us that we don’t want to show how much it hurts to others so we could carry on, not that mean we are letting them taking advantages of us, we will know the limit of our patience.

  3. banana

    waaa so truuuuuuuuue. i so agree with you.

    i want to be truthful but then i don’t want them to see my weaknesses, i’m afraid if they know my weaknesses they’ll somehow use it against me. life is just full of lies. we smile for something we hate and sometime we cry for something we love.

  4. Life’s not always full of lies.

    And you’re right Jetzy, there are and will be part of us that we don’t want others to see, even if they’re very close to us. Perhaps that’s why some people keep others at a distance.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: