Frustrated Woman

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Frustration and giving up on taking care of other people's feelings is a feeling that can be all-consuming. It can be a never-ending cycle of disappointment and heartache. When you put your heart and soul into helping someone else, only to see them not appreciate your efforts, it can feel like you're constantly hitting a brick wall.

For me, this feeling started when I was a young girl. I always had a heart for others, and I would go out of my way to make sure they were okay. I thought that if I could make someone else happy, then I would be happy too. But as I got older, I realized that not everyone appreciated my efforts.

I remember one particular instance where I had gone out of my way to plan a surprise party for a friend's birthday. I spent days preparing, and I even went as far as to make a cake from scratch. When the day finally arrived, my friend barely acknowledged my efforts. She was too busy talking to her other friends, and I felt like I was just in the way.

That was the moment that I realized that sometimes, no matter how hard you try, people just don't care. It was a hard pill to swallow, but it was the truth. From then on, I found myself becoming more and more frustrated with people. I would go out of my way to help them, only to be met with disappointment.

Eventually, I started to give up. I stopped trying to make others happy and started to focus on myself. But even then, the feeling of frustration never went away. It was always there, lurking in the back of my mind. I couldn't shake the feeling that I was meant to do more, that I was meant to help others.

But how do you help others when they don't want your help? How do you make someone happy when they don't care about your efforts? These were the questions that plagued me, and I didn't have an answer.

As the years went on, I found myself becoming more and more isolated. I stopped trying to make friends, and I stopped trying to help others. It was easier to just keep to myself than to put myself out there and risk being hurt again.

But even then, the feeling of frustration never went away. It was always there, like a dark cloud hanging over my head. I couldn't escape it, no matter how hard I tried.

Now, as I look back on my life, I realize that my biggest regret is giving up on others. I wish I had the strength to keep trying, to keep putting myself out there. But at the time, it felt like the only option.

I know now that it's important to take care of yourself, but it's also important to help others. You never know what someone else is going through, and a small act of kindness could make all the difference. It's okay to feel frustrated and to want to give up, but it's important to keep pushing forward. You never know what good things could come your way if you just keep trying.

In the end, frustration and giving up on taking care of other people's feelings can be a heartbreaking experience. It's important to remember that you're not alone, and that there is always someone out there who cares. Don't give up hope, and don't give up on others. You never know what kind of impact you could make on someone else's life.
 

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  1. Been there, done that. But as we grow older we would realize that doing good things is not about being appreciated but rather satisfying ourselves and help us being a better person. And yes, even little help does change one's life & perspective. Keep it up SR πŸ€—

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  2. Pernah rasa, lebih pada frustrated alam percintaan la...sebelum bercinta dengan En Tunang...hubungan terjalin sejak 2006, akhirnya tiada kepastian SA buat keputusan tingalkan dia 2021 lepas...lama kan...rasa bodoh sangat sebab buang masa yang lama...alhamdulillah perasaan tu makin hari makin hilang..tapi bila terfikir rasa sakitnya tu allah je tahu...

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