I Will Always Care Too Much

To Chelsea, the author of this post, I wanted to say “I could never have expressed it better than this.” Such a wonderful piece.

Thought Catalog

It’s hard not to notice how much of our generation’s cultural language is based on irony, sarcasm, and a sense of cool detachment. Being too invested in anything — even things that may be considered objectively important — renders you vulnerable. And when communication is so fast and free and reputations are made and destroyed with a few strikes of a keyboard, the last thing you want to be is weak. If you take something too seriously which, to everyone else, is a joke, you will soon find yourself squarely at the punchline. It is easy to understand why wearing a hard shell of ironic indifference is a necessary tool in the fight against being irrelevant or, worse, needy.

And I would be lying if I said I don’t participate. I find it often very easy to put on a sort of persona and write from a perspective of deep…

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