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Do you get fed up pretending to be empathetic?

Postby Spaced » Sat Apr 27, 2019 5:46 pm

You know that moment, when you know someone is about to tell you something that requires an emotional response, or at the very least a response that gives the impression you actually care? I dread that moment.

Sometimes when people are talking it’s like I’m having a private mental battle between the part of me that wants to say “You know, I honestly don’t give a $#%^ about anything you just said” and the pragmatic part that knows I can’t do that if I don’t want to alienate everyone in my life.

The constant pretence and acting, it wears me out as I get older. I honestly wish I had normal emotional responses.


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