In Ancient Times they sat around the fire and told stories, reminiscing about their ancestors and planning for a good future. Today you message each other and it comes in bits and fragments sometimes, a small piece of a whole story.
Let yourself ask: Do I have the whole story?
If I had heard all of this over a fire, in the company of a group who supports the process of life, how would I feel about this information?
Would it seem doable?
Would it seem like it wasn't my fault?
Would it seem like it had nothing to do with me (outside of my noticing it)?
This is the way of things. The pieces and the whole.
Because if you are sitting in a whole story you cannot let it evolve between two people bit by bit. It cannot grow as quickly.
And so there is evolution to that which is changing in your world of people and communication. But there is also a need for perspective too, as there always has been.