I did an experiment last night….

I was very down and out last night and feeling a bit discouraged because my life is spent trying to do for others. As humans we NEED to be there for others and likewise. So, I did an experiment. Since I am told so often by people who troll my facebook but do not comment or rarely respond that is is nothing and means nothing, although they are on but hide it so I cannot see it, I wanted to see just how popular it actually was. So I wrote something so out of character that it would take a pretty strange person not to pick up on that something was off key if you know me at all.
I also wanted to see if people just refuse to answer anything they do not like or if they just don’t care. I gauged by writing the post and then seeing how active they were over night. Surprise! Not. They were active all night and a.m. (I trolled myself) and I had two responses. Just two but they were checking all of my other post. The scariest part? It was a post that should have alerted people something was wrong. No I am not suicidal and I DO love my life even among my issues but now I know why people do commit suicide. They reach out but they do not see or feel it in their soul that anyone cares, even if people did. I also discovered social media is VERY active and important to society.

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Author: artista10

Living Life.

4 thoughts on “I did an experiment last night….”

  1. It’s one of the best sayings in the world I think and so true: In times of need, you will discover who your true friends really are. And that’s the absolute truth. I have helped a lot of people in the past myself, but also had a lot of those same people not be there for me when I needed them. It’s okay though…I will never stop helping people, but I have learned to become more cautious and not let myself be used.

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