I've found myself having a hard time relating to the sufferings of others in the past because my formative years were peachy. However, my kindness towards others was always available when needed. Only tooth aches and colds were the ones that let me face the ground in weakness. As for other issues in life, I always try to cope (as we all need to do). But in the long years of self-dependence (the coping), exposed to the toxicity of caring for the self, I managed to craft the art of hiding meaningful sufferings. The facade of being strong was always there. I ended up relating to people with weaknesses that they tolerated. By withholding intimate issues in my life, I prevented meaningful relationships. My days were only about superficial exchanges.
Galatians 6: 1-3
If someone in your group does something wrong, you who are spiritual should go to the person and gently help him right again. But be careful, because you might be tempted to sin, too. By helping each other with your troubles, you truly obey the law of Christ. If anyone thinks he is important when he really is not, he is only fooling himself.