I've lived long enough--and talked to enough people--to know that everyone has something. Behind the exterior, behind the face, behind the brilliance or seeming-perfection, there are stories. People have lived through loss, hardship, trauma, and fear; they have scars that are visible and invisible; and despite all evidence to the contrary, most--if not all--people are dealing with things far beyond what they're telling you.
If you don't know the trials and difficulties, you just might know them well enough yet.
I certainly know the days when I'm having a hard, difficult week, and yet the shiny internet surface--or even my in-person face--doesn't show the rougher edges. People don't know all that's going on.
It helps to remember a key phrase--I believe I heard it first from Jenny Blake, but I've heard it elsewhere too:
"Don't compare your insides to everybody else's outsides."
Everyone's got a whole lot of work on the inside, and more stories than you can tell. Don't assume that what looks perfect is always so easy.
And if you're having a bad day, or a hard time: keep going. I believe in you. I've spoken to enough of you these past several months to know how incredible you all are. All of it. The good and the bad and all the bits in between.