My grandpa along with my dad have always told me that 80% of people you confined in or tell your issues to simply will not care.
They could care less or think you're taking too much time from their daily lives to hear your problems.
It's the truth.
The remains 20% goes to those that will simply get happy to hear of your downfall or your problems/issues because they may realize that what they're going through isn't has bad or rough as you. They could find enjoyment from your pain and suffering.
I'm not saying everyone is like that.
Your family (hopefully) will be neither and your "true" friends should be there no matter what.
The 80/20 I'm talking about is to your distant friends or people you encounter, anyone who you would talk to that's outside your close nit group.
I'm the type of person that I'm very, actually extremely private when it comes to my own matters. I hardly share anything personal unless it to my best girlfriends and still at times I don't really like to say anything.
1. I know my girlfriends are busy and honestly have more things to do than to listen to me complain about something that went wrong or is going wrong something so little that I make into a huge deal.
2. I just simply don't want to feel like a bother, I know I never bother them, I just don't always want to feel like I am.
I'm not saying to hold in what's going wrong, that's not healthy, but simply choose who you want to talk to or with it to. The person you try to escape with and let out steam can do more harm than good to and for you.
So choose wisely my friends.