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February 5, 2014 at 9:34 am #50339
What really helps me is immersing myself in my passions, such as writing, reading, listening to music and expanding my vocal range. Whenever I feel down I’m always able to feel happiness towards myself whenever I engage in those personal activities. Through doing that I’m actually the happiest I’ve ever been in my life now which feels nice after being depressed most of my life.February 4, 2014 at 7:44 am #50268
I’m currently a student attending Le Moyne College in Syrause, New York. I’m an English major with a concentration in Creative Writing working on my last semester. I first discovered this site through a google search when I was looking for some inspirational articles. I have a very sarcastic and twisted sense of humor, hehe. I’d have to show someone where I often go to for local concerts. I love to learn more about literary works, history, science and philosophyFebruary 4, 2014 at 7:40 am #50267
I try, hehe. I’m currently involved in a music project with a good friend of mine and I’m on vocals. I’m always trying to expand my range more and I’m having a lot of fun doing it. 🙂February 4, 2014 at 7:33 am #50266
I’m sorry to hear you had to experience that. 🙁 I broke up with my ex in mid-December after discovering she was involved with someone else for quite some time. I had never experienced a pain that profound before. It hurt so much feeling like my emotions were playthings to her since she told me she loved me and then just wanted to take things slowly before she told me the truth. I was very bitter and angry when I first learned of this since I tried to be the best person I could for her and it really stung to learn that she simply doesn’t want to be involved with me.
Most days now I feel pretty good because I’m making a lot of progress working on myself but there are some days where that pain threatens to overwhelm me. I just keep telling myself that I did everything I possibly could and that she simply doesn’t want to be involved with and it does help me. Even with the occasional moments of pain I can say I am very glad my relationship is over because I can see how toxic it was now since I allowed myself to be treated with disrespect for so long because I was afraid of being alone. Being treated like that feels absolutely awful. The only option I see available, at least for me, is to treat it as just another life experience and to continue trying to elevate my own life