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This is the response I want to hear after I sent a message to someone. My question was just answerable with yes or no and typing it won't consume much of her time and won't hurt her. Unfortunately, she was so busy I guess that's why she just read the message and did not reply. Well, I am not in the position to judge her because I don't know what's the situation she's been going through which made her unable to type a yes or no.
I don't know but after she has left my message on "seen", I felt like I should not bother again which I successfully did. I promised to myself that it's the last message I will send to her. I have this I-will-not-bother-again attitude.
I am glad to say that after 5 days being on seen, still she has not replied my message even she's online. Lol. Can you tell me what's the catch? I'm so slow when it comes to realizing things.
Let's move on anyway. I have thought of something else to write but somewhat related to the above issue.
Everyday, we can't count how many messages we sent especially if our work is online related. Well even if not, we still do send messages to friends, classmates, relatives and other acquaintances maybe just to catch up, have a chit chat or to ask something. It's already understood that the people who we message with can't attend to us the exact time we ping them and that's so fine. They can just reply when they're free. We don't know what's their time of business and we should wait.
But what if the message you sent are left as "seen" or perhaps "unread" while the person you message is online? And take note, it's been one week since you sent the message. What would be your conclusion?
Would you prefer your message to be "seen" or to be "unread"?
Personally, I would prefer it to be unread because I think that works better for me. Not reading my message is better than reading it and not replying to it. I can clearly conclude that the person is just busy or maybe he's online but not into chatting as of the moment. But if it's mark as "seen" for a week, well it's time to move on, girl. We understand that everyone is busy but being busy for the whole week and not even giving time just to reply, "Sorry, I'm busy" means something else for me. I don't know how do you see it, but for me, this is the sign that I should stop sending message to that someone.
"Seen but no reply"
Ouch! I know most of us hate this but we need to accept that not everyone likes to talk with us or even answer our concerns. That's okay. Just think that those people have their own business and they are too busy with it. Learn how to accept that not everyone consider us as important. Accepting the reality behind this would make our mind at peace.
Actually, I don't prefer it this way. If I am busy, I will not dare to open the message without the plan of replying it because I know the person who sent it might feel bad. Not everyone is open minded.
Some friends do it like this and I am so cool with it because I know one day, they will need some help too and I hope they will not be ignored. 🤞
What I am trying to say is that we should be kind all the time and we should spare a little bit of our time informing those who need our help that we cannot do something about the issue. Don't let someone wait and hope for nothing. After all, we don't have everything all the time. We don't know everything all the time.
Let's not be selfish. Help, if we can. Refuse, if we can't. Be direct!
I still consider her as my friend even though she ignored my message. Lol. No hard feelings, dear. I will still help because I know how to help and not because you deserve my help.
Because if we will base our help to according to who's deserving, we can just count them with our fingers.
It's better to help because we know how to help.
Thank you so much guys for reading! You've been so kind to me since day one.