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Emotions are fickle things; they don't follow the world's view of 'logic' or 'reason' but are just as valid as any sort of 'logical' conclusion. Some people feel things deeper than others, and some people think that they shouldn't interfere with day-to-day life.
There are some people who just know what to say, who are masters in comforting and calming the troubled soul, and then there are those who don't quite know what to do, who have a hard time understanding the world of emotional depth.
When you see a friend in distress or sadness, this is the type of person to approach an emotional problem with a pragmatic view, and try to solve what they think is causing the problem.
They may view it as an equation, or an inequality to be balanced, and this can be really valuable in certain cases when such a problem needs a thought through solution, to stop being a problem. They can see how to ease the persons pain, by making sure this specific thing isn't a problem again.
There are also the people who involve more emotional validation. The type of people who just want a hug, and to be told "it's going to be okay".
They just want to let the other person know that they are here for them and they will get through this. Some people might see this as "cheesy", or "cliche", but without it, the world would be a dark place. We really need this kind of support in the world, because sometimes that's really all we needed, was a hug and a little pep talk to keep us going through dark times.
This leads to a lot of misunderstanding and misinterpretion of the others, and their intents.
The pragmatist might think the others beat around the bush too much, and never get around to the actual problem, while the empath thinks the others are being too harsh or brash in their "problem solving", and just need to slow down and revel in the depths of human emotions. But really we're all just trying to show our love and care for our loved ones, and we all do that a little bit differently. But it would do us all some good to consider the other side and how we can support them, in our own way.
I feel like we all could just slow down and consider the other side of the story once in awhile and take it into consideration, because they're all valid, and important parts of our society.
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