Nobody Cares About Me: Or Do They?

Feeling sad? Have you ever thought, “Nobody cares about me?” You’re not alone.  A lot of people have times in their lives when they’ve felt this same way. But feeling as if nobody cares about you doesn’t make it true. And though this may sound hard to believe, one day your sad, lonely feelings will change and things will get better. Really! 

Watch the video below and listen to the words that reveal what would happen to your friends and family if you took your life. Just for the record, we DO care about you, and we know God cares too.  That’s why he sent us to write this message for you!  ; )

Do you still really think — nobody cares about me?

It’s possible you may think suicide is a good way to make others suffer for dissing you, humiliating you, or even ignoring you. But sometimes the best way to respond is to live and to show them you are stronger than they are. Then go on to live a life that encourages others, in ways you believe haven’t been!  (If you are being bullied, see this article: I Am Being Bullied.)

But no doubt, someone in your life DOES care enough about you to react and suffer like those described in this audio. Parents, siblings, a counselor, or classmates may not realize you need to hear that they care. Instead of leaving pain and guilt behind in others, talk to someone. In fact, the God of the universe loves you, and you can always talk to Him! You can read about that in 1 John 3:1 in the Bible.

 If you need to talk to someone about why you think “nobody cares about me,” please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).  Also, if you want to know more about God’s love for you, click HERE to take a quick test.