Is she telling her fans that she recently got into reading? Or is she trying to say something?
Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon posted a photo of a page from a book on her Instagram Story on Monday. However, the dark message in the book has alerted her fans.
She uploaded the capture of the following passage: “Ten days is enough. Quietly existing in one place by myself. How much does it resemble me. The state in which certain anxiety, feelings, mood conquests, the state of panic where all social circuits are cut off.”
“We always needed someone to take care of the monsters within us. But no one wants to see my monster. No one, including myself, will comfort that thing inside me in the name of a relationship or love. Even today, we try to hide it under a coat and rush out the gate.”
It seems to be depicting the psychological state of modern people who have to live hiding their loneliness. Since she uploaded the post, fans showed worries over Taeyeon’s mental health.
Taeyeon is known for posting pretty pictures of herself on Instagram. But then again, the singer took her Instagram Stories to share her state of mind twice this month, alerting her fans.
Back on the 6th, Taeyeon clapped back at the haters. At the time, she wrote, “If someone is fat, you call them fat; if someone is thin, you say they look sick. If someone eats a lot, you call them a pig; if someone eats a little, you call them picky and difficult.”
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