Nobody cares how you feel except your mom.
Well, that’s not true.
I mean, your dad might care too, maybe a lifelong friend.
Daniels is correct here though.
So many love to talk and talk.
Don’t keep saying that you love me, or want to help me, or care. Show me.
You see, other than our family or closest friends, and despite laws and regulations designed to protect our feelings, no one really cares how we feel. They may swear that they care. They may have even convinced themselves that they do. But they don’t. The bottom-line truth is this: they only care how we act.
-Andy Andrews, The Little Things