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Alchemist
#2951 Old 3rd Aug 2013 at 8:21 PM
My dreams disturb me. Greatly.
Theorist
#2952 Old 22nd Aug 2013 at 2:47 AM
I had an argument with somebody I really, really care about a week and a half ago, and in the heat of the argument they said "What is wrong with you?" to me. I'm fairly certain they're sorry they said it (even if they meant it) because they've been doing little things ever since in an attempt to make it up, everything except actually talking about it. I thought I was upset with the way they said it, but I think it's more because it's not like I haven't ever thought that question to myself. I'm sure most people have. It's not like there aren't things about myself that I dislike or wish were different, so when somebody you love points this out and essentially says they wish you were different too...it really, really hurts. I wish things felt normal again.

"Your life was a liner I voyaged in."
Alchemist
#2953 Old 24th Aug 2013 at 3:19 AM
I am not a religious person. My family and friends are religious. My friends know that I'm not religious. My family does not.

I feel uncomfortable when my parents or sisters talk about religion. Not because I don't... Idk, approve of it or something, because I'm not that kind of person. Damn this is hard to explain. I guess I feel uncomfortable because they think I share their beliefs... which I don't.

My parents are open-minded; they're not freakishly religious. But I feel like they'd be disappointed in me if I told them I'm not religious. I don't know. I just. Eh.

Ehhh. I don't know what to do. I want to get it out there that I'm not religious, but I just don't want anything to change...
Field Researcher
#2954 Old 8th Sep 2013 at 6:01 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by cupcake12winx

Ehhh. I don't know what to do. I want to get it out there that I'm not religious, but I just don't want anything to change...


If your family loves you (which they should) they should not be angry at you if you say your not religious. if you don't want anything to change then don't say anything to brash because it might make the situation awkward if you tell your parents like BOOM - they will probably be preachy to you it depends on how religious they are...i'd let it down slowly that you're an atheist or agnostic with small comments here and there or maybe try to change the subject when talking about religion, maybe you find it difficult to join in the conversation becuase you don't quite understand your beliefs.

how religious are your parents? what religion are you, do you go to church every week and do you stay grace before meals? are your parents ok with sex before marriage and what do they say about other faiths? and are you still in high school/secondary school because it depends on what age you are for parents to take you seriously on different levels
Field Researcher
#2955 Old 8th Sep 2013 at 6:10 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Phoeberg I'm fairly certain they're sorry they said it (even if they meant it) because they've been doing little things ever since in an attempt to make it up, everything except actually talking about it. I thought I was upset with the [i
way[/i] they said it, but I think it's more because it's not like I haven't ever thought that question to myself. I'm sure most people have. It's not like there aren't things about myself that I dislike or wish were different, so when somebody you love points this out and essentially says they wish you were different too...it really, really hurts. I wish things felt normal again.


just talk about it too them, the next time you see them ask them to talk about it - if its something that your cant change e.g the way you look or a big part of your personality you need to tell them that its who you are and they cant change somebody who's UNIQUE to our society and who doesn't 'fit in', if its a flaw in you personality e.g. you lie a lot or bitch about a group of girls all the time then that s different and maybe you need to ask them for help. i'm sure thing will go back to normal after a good convo

go to a cafe or to a park to talk - that person will probably glad to get some weight off their chest
Inventor
#2956 Old 9th Sep 2013 at 2:57 PM
I haven't really come on these forums for a while due to exams then summer etc... But the forums seem less active than they used to be, especially this Girls forum. :/
I remember the days we fought over Chris Pine and had drama and venting so much that we could barely keep up with each others problems.

Darkness thrives in the void,
but always yields to purifying light.

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Theorist
#2957 Old 9th Sep 2013 at 4:48 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by DrVintage
just talk about it too them, the next time you see them ask them to talk about it - if its something that your cant change e.g the way you look or a big part of your personality you need to tell them that its who you are and they cant change somebody who's UNIQUE to our society and who doesn't 'fit in', if its a flaw in you personality e.g. you lie a lot or bitch about a group of girls all the time then that s different and maybe you need to ask them for help. i'm sure thing will go back to normal after a good convo

go to a cafe or to a park to talk - that person will probably glad to get some weight off their chest

I basically did end up telling them that I am who I am, and I'm not going to start doing something just because they want me too as that's not who I am. I don't know, I ended up letting it slide but I'm getting a bit sick of letting things go so easily with everybody. I don't want to be a pushover all the time but I'm also keen to avoid confrontation.

On a minor point, the forums have finally changed to this new look for me. I hate change and getting used to new things.

"Your life was a liner I voyaged in."
Field Researcher
#2958 Old 9th Sep 2013 at 7:49 PM
[QUOTE=Phoeberg]I *I don't know, I ended up letting it slide but I'm getting a bit sick of letting things go so easily with everybody. I don't want to be a pushover all the time but I'm also keen to avoid confrontation. /QUOTE]

I used to be a total pushover but now if someone says something really personal i always question them.

I used to be bullied when I was in primary/elementry school but then I moved. When I went to secondery/high school I saw the same kids that bullied me - most where sorry but the ones who tried to say something I'd ask them "why are you saying this? Are you that boring that you cant talk about something other than harsh words? Cant you answer a simple question? " they were dumbfooted.

Dont be a push over that allows people to take you for granted

do however be forgiving
Field Researcher
#2959 Old 13th Sep 2013 at 10:25 PM
My dog had puppies nine weeks ago and my sister sold the nice one - she told me that "might keep her" so I got attached to that puppy - but what did I expect.

Also my sister streched the last of my shoes she thinks she's a UK size six shoe when really she's a size 7/8. She has 15 pair's of shoes. FIFTEEN. and my mum asked her are those her shoes. She clamed my converses that I bought. She really p*sses me off
Theorist
#2960 Old 19th Sep 2013 at 9:20 PM
I had a job interview last week and today they called to say they'd like to invite me back for the second round of interviews. However this time the interview involves meeting the two partners for an interview, writing 1,000 words on why you want to be a lawyer and emailing it to them in advance, and a 10 minute presentation on a topic of your choice. The interview's next Wednesday and I only found out about it this afternoon so it's not like I have a lot of time to do all this either.

I really, really want a job and I'm trying not to feel too stressed or anxious but I have been feeling seriously edgy and anxious recently about the whole job thing. Like I keep thinking what if I don't get a job? It's a legitimate possibility. This is such a competitive sector and why did I ever think it was a good idea to pursue a career in it?

"Your life was a liner I voyaged in."
Alchemist
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Alchemist
#2961 Old 15th Oct 2013 at 3:48 AM
That moment when your parents start making dirty jokes while you're in the room.

<_> *dead*
Lab Assistant
#2962 Old 3rd Dec 2013 at 3:59 AM
My eyes are burning from the wood stove smoke. I hate the cold. My skin feels all dry and itchy. I want spring already!
Lab Assistant
#2963 Old 9th Dec 2013 at 6:19 PM
my dad just shouted up the stairs "CAN YOU STOP PLAYING THAT SONG OVER AND OVER AGAIN"

I just really love Lost In My Bedroom by Sky Ferreira

Call me Kisses, darling.
Living without you is like TV in black and white
Theorist
#2964 Old 29th Dec 2013 at 7:51 PM
The holidays are officially over for me. Back to work tomorrow.

"Your life was a liner I voyaged in."
Lab Assistant
#2965 Old 5th Jan 2014 at 11:10 AM
omg! sometimes my brothers make my life a living hell
Test Subject
#2966 Old 12th Jul 2014 at 7:53 AM
My parent still think I'm straight. I tell them I'm bi and they don't believe me

ALL HAIL THE MAD KING
Field Researcher
#2967 Old 14th Jul 2014 at 9:13 PM
Being a lady sucks. I hate that I wasted all of yesterday sleeping and being tired. I must be getting old and I'm not even 30 yet.
 
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