They say, people have a tendency to easily believe things, without looking into them and finding out the truth. Everyone is guilty of that. One way or another. Even when you witness something and you fill in any blanks yourself. Why did something happen? You make up a reason, or believe a reason someone else gives you. Do you normally ask the one's involved? Not always. In some cases you're so built up in something that your own emotions take over. Your own emotions then set the pace for what you believe, or what you're willing to believe.
When something so dramatic happens in one's life, some times they can forget all else. Their mind will focuss on that event for a long time, if it ever stops. Some times it will stay with them until they die. Or until they can come with some closure on the event. When something so dramatic happens to someone, some times it will fade in and out of priorities. But, it will usually always be there. In the back of their mind. Nagging. Crying. Itching to be the priority. And unless you're surrounded by people who can help or you get closure, it will take over.
It will be everything to you.
You'll surround every thing you do around the event in your mind. And because of this, you're some times easy target for more things to happen. Your mind is so set... so open for attack on something other than your goal, that things build.
Until they completely explode into a rage of emotion.
Some times one emotion in particular.
Some times many at once.
In some cases, said person (or people) will refuse to be around anyone that doesn't fit their priority. Doesn't fit what they want or need.
Some times those people need someone who is rare. Unique. Different. Someone who will allow them to go on for hours, should they wish, on what is going on. Someone who can help put some closure on the event, without putting anyone in danger. Someone who is willing to try.
With their heart. With their mind. And with their soul.
Is everyone that lucky?
But, for those times when you can try. Do try. Look inside your own heart to find the strength, and the courage, to help someone else. You never know. You might end up helping someone who needed you more than you even realize.