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I kind of know this. Even though I get irritated fast about small things, I have always been kind of a nice guy, wanting to help people with their problems and I always feel bad when I have to refuse or I can't help. Downside is that even though I am willing to help and so on, not everyone is willing to listen when I in turn need help or word of advice about something. Sometimes it is funny to observe such double standards where people who constantly complain, often tell others to stop *****ing and get over it.

Sad fact is that I use a technological device that is connected with few wires that run to hell know where, as my only place to hide from reality and to seek help to the problems I wouldn't even tell to the closest people to me in real life.

On the related note, I believe it has something to do with that we are highly sensitive persons, we get more sensory input from environment than the others, which leads to a good sense of imagination, and imagination helps us imagine the situation that other person is feeling.

You just have to accept that if you can't help, someone else perhaps could help the same person, or it is in your power to help him/her. Keep that in mind and good luck ! :D
 
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