i just really thought i didnt have to go through the same amount of heart pain, at least not in the near future. oh how mistaken i had been. it came sooner than expected.
it is never a good idea to smash your head against the wall when you are angry.
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Fact submitted by: alt-parallel
where do lost words go?
there are many people who claim to be able to withstand any amounts of pain and offense hurled at them. you believe this at first and you will continue to do so for as long as you can. because it is not until you watch one of these very people breakdown in front of you, do you realise that perhaps we are all not as strong as we claim (or we’d like to be). at this point, only the person themselves can pick themselves up once more, and choose to disregard all the unceasingly sharp words that never fail to cut. the more you let it get to you, the deeper your wound. it will stab you in the same place, over and over and over again and until you choose to let it go, what you’re left with is merely pieces of yourself, torn apart and never to be fixed back again.
to all the people who put up a strong front: it’s about time you soften out and allow others to shower you with concern
to all the rest who may have misunderstood one of these strong ‘uns: maybe we should delve deeper into the souls of these people, they could be putting up this front for a reason unknown to you. maybe they were hurt once before, and maybe you should love them more.
i finally understand why people cut themselves, because the physical pain helps get their mind off emotions