How many times have you found yourself saying "I'm fine" when there are clearly things that are bothering you?
Do you remember what's your default answer to "Is everything okay?"
You probably don't because it has been so much ingrained in your brain that it becomes automated. Uttered by your mouth, summoned from the subconscious that you can't even reach.
Is your life really as good as how you portray it on Instagram? Do you spend as much time improving your life as how you spend the time editing your photos? Erasing all the flaws. A bit more bright colour on saturation. Get the temperature down a lil if it's too hot to handle (literally speaking no pun intended). And oh, the caption. Don't forget the caption.
Do you have enough vocabs to mask your honest thoughts on Twitter to be politically correct, putting a disguise on your fears, decorating your crisis so that they would come across sounding like an article instead of honesty. Probably.
Are you friends are as many in real life as they are online? Hang on, let me rephrase that. Can you really count your real friends? In reality?
What do you reach for first thing in the morning? Your thoughts, or other people's?
What do you think about before you hit the hay? Momentary death, or awaiting life?
Hold your thought, don't tell me the answers to any of this. It's not that I am not interested, it's just I am barely catching up with mine.
Btw darling, you're doing absolutely fine.