YOU want US to suffer just so YOU can be happy and keep us. We think yall don't care because you never see the fake smiles. The subtle hints. Inferiority, being called a coward, all that makes us think no one cares. It isn't our fault that no one shows us they care. Please try to see it from our perspective?
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07-11-2012 09:32 PM #21-> 'nuff said
07-11-2012 09:54 PM #22
No one thinks youre inferior. -_- youre assuming things. I can see it from your perspective. One of my strengths is empathy. But its your fault for not reaching out and talking to some one. We are not mind readers, we are humans, some better at reading people. But I'm done explaining my point here. You seem childish still, you'll get over it when you're older and have no choice but to get over yourself and realize there's more to life then sulking in your own pitiful sorrows.
07-11-2012 11:42 PM #23
Maybe we're scared people like you will judge us. And as far as explaining your point I see it both ways. I see your point. The only difference is my friends and ex failed their suicides. Each one has had more attempts than hair on my head. Each had some while I knew them. One almost succeeded.. My aunts death was ruled a suicide. I never met her because of it. I've known your side. Because of recent events though I am in their pit now. For the first time in a while I'm happyish again. I'm getting better. I haven't cut in a while. And as for people getting help. Some people CAN'T. Some, like in my instance, their parents find cutters "freaks" and just say "Its a phase" or "You have it easy compared to me when I was your age". Some, like one of my other friends, don't have the money for a shrink.-> 'nuff said
07-13-2012 10:13 PM #24
Reporting this thread. It's derailed into pathetic bickering...again. These things always go that way..
No, suicide isn't selfish. No, Masochism isn't selfish. It doesn't take a person who's been in those situations to understand.
Shinymew...you may have lost friends but you haven't experienced it the same way they have. The fact that you consider their actions selfish and you speak of them with near-contempt speaks volumes of your character, however.Part of my own Radio Show/Podcast!
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07-13-2012 10:45 PM #25
Amen. You described my thoughts in a nutshell-> 'nuff said
07-14-2012 05:51 PM #26
I don't see any better advice than telling you to get over it. Take up a hobby, go outside and explore. The 'helpful environment' you're looking for is not going to help. You're the person who's going to have to help yourself.
07-14-2012 08:39 PM #27
1. I do have a hobby.
2. I live in the panhandle of Texas, if you've ever been here you'd know I CAN'T explore without getting bit by a rattlesnake or eaten by a cougar. Then again you'd enjoy all the whimps getting killed wouldn't you? Oh and you don't know what I'm going through so fuck off.-> 'nuff said
07-14-2012 09:19 PM #28
I didn't mean to travel into the wilderness, I meant go out and explore the world around you instead of sitting at home on the computer feeling sorry about yourself, remaining forever blind to discovery and opportunity. Grow up.
07-14-2012 09:33 PM #29
Tell your parents, school counselor or another trusted adult if someone is hurting themselves or others.
You or your friend can call this hotline for information or help: 800-DONT-CUT
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