Sometimes it’s okay not to be okay.

Sometimes it’s okay not to be okay and it is completely normal to feel that way. You may be in the phase where, everything around you seems to be adverse, you may be falling back and somewhere you have adjusted your mind in the darkness.But then, you want a person to be beside you to say, ‘It’s okay, you will be alright.

 Sometimes, in this busy stage of life, we forget that every day is not the same for everyone. Someone is struggling but smiling from outside, someone is searching a way to quit, someone is crying in the dark feeling helpless, someone is unhappy with their job but there is no one to provide suggestion. Every day , somewhere , someone around us maybe feeling low, depressed, sad, but, there may be no one to them  to say its okay. 

How far have we come along the way but we hardly know what’s going around with the closed ones. It’s okay to be sad but it’s not okay to quit. All they need is love and support and  to make them understand that they are not alone. Somehow we have miss the chance and lost someone with suicide but not anymore. The flowers glow when they are taken care by pouring water, one hug makes better when someone has lost the path of faith. Depression starts when the people have lost faith, they have been betrayed, lost the hope in doing something good .And when the hope dies within them , they die by suicide as they think that is the only available option.

 It’s okay to be different from others and not let the judgment of others affect you. Just walk with a bold mind and a brave heart and everything will be okay. And if not, then It’s okay not to be okay sometimes because eventually, everything will be Okay, you just need to believe in yourself. 

Published by 3amwriteranima

Playing with words is what i do connecting it with emotions and expressing.

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