Ever happened that you are doing something and then you realize that this task is not really really worth the effort and abandoning it is the best thing to do. This is exactly how I feel about continuing to live my life. It’s asking way to much from me and I don’t think I wanna live anymore. I know there are people with problems more serious than mine and I dont want to trouble someone else with my problems. So I bottle up my emotions. I have good friends but I just don’t want to open up about anything. I am always the guy who listens to them rant about their problems and help them get through it, and I love that task too. It’s just that there is no one for me. People are always busy. I think this world needs listeners too, not just speakers.
Jahnvi Kumar @jahnvikumar
Hi, I can’t even imagine what it must be like to feel that way but I am ready to listen to you talk about whatever it is that is bothering you. We all feel like giving up sometimes but it’s never worth it. We do feel like giving up tasks that we feel are draining us and our energy, both mentally and physically. However, the very fact that we try it, despite it being ridiculously out of our league, makes everything feel worth it. Same goes for our lives. It may be rough and too difficult to handle at times, difficult might also be an understatement here but it’s worth it. You matter and you are precious to so many people around you. Try finding happiness in little things. I don’t know what makes you happy but I can tell you some things that make me happy: the smell of coffee, listening to a baby laugh, spending time with somebody not my age like my grandparents (they always have so many cool things to share), seeing my parents happy, buying little things for my house and so much more. Try talking to your friends- if they’re truly your friends, they’ll listen.
Heyy, we may not be able to feel or completely understand what you are going through, but we are definitely here with you. Please do not hesitate to talk to us. It is good to express your thoughts into words. We are always here to listen to you but if you still feel you need someone to talk to, and continue to have suicidal thoughts you can contact: Fortis Stress Helpline: +918376804102 Sumaitri: 011-23389090. Mon-Fri 2pm to 10pm and Sat-Sun 10 & to 10pm Sanjeevani: 011-24311918, 24318883. Timings: 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. (Monday to Friday) Roshni: +914066202000 Monday to Saturday between 11am to 9pm COOJ Mental Health Foundation: 098322252525 - The helpline is operational between 3pm to 7pm on weekdays. They will hear your story without any judgement. We hope this helps you out.
I think you should talk to somebody around you that you trust and are comfortable around.