Our friends and parents are our support system, the ones you can approach when things go out of hand and you cannot figure out what to do. They know us even more than what we know about ourselves, so we have more expectations from them to understand us even when the world does not. But at times they fail to understand us or situations and the emotions we are going through. Even though we know they love us but we still can’t stop ours from getting upset that why don’t they understand.
Avoid being disheartened and do these things when you feel there no one to understand you;
- When you feel that you have done the best way possible to explain your parents or your friends about your situation or anything else and they still fail to understand you just relax yourself and analyse on the things you said that they might have not understood. It could be possible that you views or reasons are not convincing. So if you’re able to find out you will be able to explain them in a much better way.
- You could also do the other way round by not thinking about anything or the things they say to you. This will not upset you.
- May be the way you put forth your situation is not understood by them so you could use other means to make them understand your situation or your problem that you’re going through.
- The least you could do is giving them the time to understand and analyse your problem deeply. They may feel you keep doing the same thing over and over again, so they don’t believe in you. Let them feel that your reasons could be different at times. Time heals and solves all problems, I’m sure they will approach you by time when they realize it.
They may have their own reasons to not understand you, but you should not lose hopes. May be it would be hard to convince them or make them realise. Don’t keep this thing in mind that “they will not understand you” and hide things from them or lie to them, put forth your thoughts in the best way possible.
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