Heartbreaking: Goo Hara’s tearful diary is revealed!
JTBC’s Spotlight program recently published a number of pages in the diary of the late Goo Hara. The diary has been written by Hara since she was a student.
“Hara, it’s okay. It does not hurt. No problem, ”Hara wrote. Some pages, the singer wrote with an optimistic spirit and encouraged herself to seek care from people around the same time to plan the future of career and finance.
However, the diary shows the hurt of former KARA member. She asked God for forgiveness and looked after her. The singer always tries to console herself when faced with difficulties in life.
On October 18, 2019, the singer wrote: “How to end this. Be brave and be strong. ”
In the diary, Hara felt sensitive and that was the cause of her unhappiness.
“What you said, you thought it came true. I have to protect myself and know that I am very good. No, I know very well that I am more sensitive than others and I know myself to the point of being scary. Let us not steal our energies and take care of ourselves to keep happy and positive thoughts.
I remember and want to be near my mother. I always concealed that emotion, unable to reveal it. I am more desperate than anyone. Hurt … no, I might be hurt, “quoted Hara’s diary.
The phrase “It’s okay” is written the most. JTBC gave the diary to a professor of psychology at the university for analysis. Professor Kim Tae Kyung found Hara constantly using the phrase as if to try to convince herself that everything was really okay.
According to Professor Kim, Hara tried to persuade herself to think positively but because that was not possible, she began to become scared.
“My existence is troublesome. Who I am? What should I do? I wonder who I am. Am I allowed to love? Do I need to love? – Hara wrote.
Professor Kim noted that these phrases are often used by individuals who are never loved unconditionally. They always have to work hard to get someone’s love and affection. But then, that love is easily taken away.