Indifference is not ignorance, To be
indifferent means you've built a strong wall to prevent yourself from
expressing how you truly feel, which in turn stops you fully
experiencing what stands before you.
Indifference is :-
Lack of energy to create enthusiasm
Not being the true you.
Holding back on your true feelings.
- Saying to yourself 'It doesn't matter'
when deep down it does.
- Holding back on your true emotional
- Being or feeling unable to express your
- Feeling void of emotion.
Indifference is not :-
- Truly not caring on an outcome is not
indifference. It means you've already decided that neither outcome is
- Unconcern, the situation and/or outcome has
not effect on you or your life. Again, you've decided that 'this' has
no reason to be in your life.
When you've made a fully informed
decision based truly on your thoughts and feelings, you can not display
Indifference, is the inability or fear
of expressing your true feelings and thoughts, which leads to building
an invisible brick wall between you and what stands before you.
Indifference is not ignorance.
Ignorance is the absence of information, absence of wanting information,
and absence of response from information.
It doesn't matter
We are afraid to reveal our innermost
thoughts in case of failure to reach what we desire.
I don't care, It doesn't matter,
Yet deep down you're thinking, actually
I'd prefer... to be honest I'd like... I hope...
If you honestly can not reveal your
true feelings to someone about the situation, then at least be kind to
yourself and tell yourself.
You'll find that once you are clear on
your own feelings that you'll be less afraid to let snippets of
information leek out into your actions and thoughts. Once you are clear
on how you feel, you'll find the impetus to want to talk, to want to
Holding back/lack of emotional
What are you afraid of?
When you hold back or do not express
your emotions. You are hurting yourself. If you can't express who you
are in your life, then you are not being yourself.
If you are not being yourself then who
the hell are you?
We hold back when we are afraid of
other peoples responses. Why? Why be afraid of being who you are? Isn't
it more responsible to be honest with yourself?
No one is without emotions.
just sometimes we don't know how to express ourselves, or are unsure as
to how we feel.
Dig down inside yourself to find out
Apathy is a whole new chapter at some
point in the future.
However, briefly apathy is the feeling
of dis-interest in everything or something. It can be quite severe and
Start small, find one thing which
would/may spark something within you.
Interacting with indifferent
Quite often we say 'they don't care',
this is our wish that 'they do care' - so figure out why it is so
important to you.
Before you state someone is being
indifferent, first look to see why you feel this way.
We all know a 'joker' someone who makes
light of everything you say to them, we all know loud people who seem to
take everything in their strides. Remember, everyone has thoughts and
feelings and no-one is void of emotions, even if they appear to be.
At times, we all act indifferent. We
try to remain calm when really what we want to do is shout or scream or
throw a tantrum. We try not to reveal what we feel as we are afraid or
embarrassed as to what someone may think about us.
Be sure that what you say has some
relevance to how you truly feel, be sure that you fully understand why
you feel the way that you do.
It may take some practice to be honest
about how we feel. Especially implementing it in our daily life, we get
so used to hiding what we truly feel, it becomes a habit.
Believe in yourself, understand and
you'll find that feelings of indifference will clear. So long as you are
honest with yourself, truly honest as to how you feel.