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You never know what inside...

Discussion in 'Suicidal Thoughts and Feelings' started by touglytobeloved, Sep 11, 2008.

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  1. touglytobeloved

    touglytobeloved Well-Known Member

    Nothing really isnt the way it looks like. Everything is superficial. You dont know whats behind. You'll never know whats inside. Dont judge and dont ask questions. Dont search for answers, because youll get the wrong ones. Do you see happy people? No. You see happy faces, you dont know if they are happy people. Just masks. And dont judge about anything, because you will end up like the one who should be judged. But yet, if others judge you, they'll come up to a wrong conclusion. Because they dont know you, and you dont know those to whom you judge.
    Dont know where to put this thread. From my aspect, it belongs here, but thats my decision, my conclusion. You can judge and move it to some other subforum. But you dont know whats behind this thread, and maybe you'll come up to a wrong conclusion, and make a wrong decision.
  2. Starlite

    Starlite Senior Member

    I don't know what you are feeling behind your post. I just want to send you lots of hugs.
  3. Petal

    Petal SF dreamer Staff Member Safety & Support SF Supporter

    I think you mean that you never know by talking or looking at someone how they are really feeling. Such as when a very happy person with apparently everything to live for commits suicide, people wonder why did they do such a thing. Appearances can be deceiving and that's why even psychiatrists have a hard time knowing how suicidal or low their patient really is. That's also why asking for help is a must, because we can't read each others minds, we can only go by what they say.
  4. gentlelady

    gentlelady Staff Alumni

    Often times people do not look behind the superficial. What appears to be on the outside does not always reflect what is true on the inside. There are many hidden truths. Some are positive, some are negative. We must learn not to take things for face value but look deeper beneath the surface.
  5. Reki

    Reki Well-Known Member

    That's kind of a sad way to look at it though, not everyone is out to conceal their feelings. Some people are direct, honest and what you see is what you get, although that isn't always pleasant. There are decent people out there, if you think they're putting on a show from day one and don't ask questions or search for answers how will you ever know who is decent and who isn't?
  6. Stranger1

    Stranger1 Forum Buddy & Antiquities Friend

    I know partially how you feel! That is why I have trust problems, I don't let anyone inside! Part of me isolates because I panic around other people. I went to have blood drawn a couple of days ago and had to leave because I had a major panic attack. It was a good thing my daughter was with me because I wasn't safe to drive. I drove to ACT and my head was spinning all the way there. She drove me home and I put her in jeopardy because her license is suspendid. Take Care of Yourself!!:chopper:!!
  7. Elle.

    Elle. Well-Known Member

    That...... was honestly the most beautiful - sad - but beyond words most beautiful thing I've ever read.
  8. pittfall

    pittfall Active Member

    Well said daisychain.

    My work involves putting on the "happy face". No one knows the real me...the me that posts here...in A Suicide Forum
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