Mental Monday: Update

So, I decided last week to take a break from all the madness and that included writing for a bit. Well, that break took longer than expected; and now I’m sitting here in the wee hours of the morning writing this update. So, that’s what I’m going to do a nice update for you all to give you an idea of what’s going to happen in the next few weeks. First, know something, I’m not having a good day right now and I’ll tell you why right now.

As of this morning (4:08), I have been trying to keep my head up and check on my friends and families making sure that they’re ok. But there’s only one problem, no one is responding. This suck, a lot, I mean a whole lot. I have tried to be the considerate one and make sure everyone is okay, but nothing at all.

Now, before you tell me that they’re probably busy doing something. Understand something here, if your one of the states that are on lockdown right now. Think about that statement before uttering out loud to the rest of us. If you’re not, then say it, because I’ll understand your position. However, I was thinking that since many people, especially Americans, are in their homes right now. I thought this would be a good time to talk about how not being checked up on us is a damper on a person’s mental health.

I’m currently sitting at home and I have sent out a massive text to my friends. Mind you I only have like fifteen to twenty people on my phone. I waited and waited, and only five and a half (get to that one in a minute) have responded to me letting me know of their situation. Yes, I should be grateful for having a few people respond to me, but that’s not the point I’m making. It’s exhausting always trying to keep in contact with friends, especially when those friends don’t like to respond.

It’s sad really, I’m pretty sure a few of you guys have been told by someone, that you were their closest friend and they’ll do anything for you (topic). Except for returning any phone calls or text messages. I know, I know, it sucks and it’s okay to be upset. If you want to scream to the heavens do so. Let out all the frustration and go on about your day. But there are other ways you can do this, but I’ll talk about that next week.

Anyway, back to that half friend, their names or gender is not important. What is important is that I’ve been trying to reach out to this person for some time, and I only get one message if I’m lucky. Or get left on read, which is something I had suspected for some time now. As of right now, I’m at my breakpoint with the whole situation, and I must decide real soon. One that I won’t like. But I was also thinking how many of us have that half-friend, that gives us half-ass responses. How it hurts us so much that we begin to think that were the problem (another topic) and the whole time it’s not you, it’s them treating you like trash. Even now I think the trash is being treated better than me right now and no one should feel that way(topic).

But that’s it for this update. I’ll have better content for you in the coming future and not be lazy about writing these things down on time. Until then, please be safe and try your absolute best to hang in there. I know it’s rough when everything is normal, but it’s getting harder for us right now. So, until Wednesday just hang in there for…at least for me.

Spoiler!!!!!!: The word topic should give you an idea about what I’m going to talk about in the future.

 

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