June 29, 2012 |
In: Post Secret
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The secret's out!!! #2
#10 Why hasn't you?
#11 seems fair
The sentiment of entitlement and a misdirected sense of justice in your comment are nightmarish. THEFT IS THEFT. This coming from someone living with his parents in a down economy because I can't find a job to fully support myself. Your problems are YOUR problems.
Uh wow. Way to take things too seriously lol.
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#10 If I was in that position I'd really like for my parents to talk to me, at least it would give me a sense that they are truly concerned. It's like, ignore it – it never happened *sigh*
I feel so with the writer of that secret. I wasn't anorexic but had other issues as a teenager. Although there was no way my Mum couldn't have noticed she kept laughing at people with mental disorders, calling it "fake" and that "they just have too much time on their hands so they end up making up stories". Every time that happened I felt so invisible.
Hope everything turned out ok.
#4 Me Too!
Call me crazy, but I honestly see small boobs being seen as very desirable and attractive sometime in the near future (not that they're NOT awesome to begin with ;-P)…. because soooo many women are getting huge fake boobs right now and I predict men will get bored with every woman being the same. GO, LITTLE BOOBIES!!
but what about the girls with real boobs that are large?
Yeah, what about us women who are big & natural?
In the future it'll be y'all's turn to feel left out? Boob reductions will get popular? That's difficult to follow? Or you wanted Megan to feel like a jerk?
#6 all the best may you beat it, fuck cancer!!
#6 i'm so sorry this person feels this way. i hope they have a support system and aren't going through it alone.
#6 You're strong. Fuck cancer and beat it.
#11 I would kill a bitch.
#7 #9 #10 Sooo familiar with these three……
#9 me too. I'm adopted as well and have always felt that if I was biologically related to anyone in my family (besides my twin) that I wouldn't feel so different and I'd be much closer to them.
please don't feel that way. if your family loves you they love you. biology doesn't make you automatically closer, it's not magic.
#9 Wow does this resonate. I felt like this for most of my childhood, but now I am starting to realize now that it's not true. Only took 26 years.
#4 me too
@11: Git it, guuurl!
@11: Git it guurl
#10 I know that feeling, only it was both anorexia and bulimia. And I tried talking to them, but they wouldn't listen.
The reason that "They" look away, won't listen, or never talk about it is because "They're" probably the reason you got sick in the first place.
sadly this resonates with me…
#9 how i feel with my step 'family'… my mum and my stepdad have always stood by the 'we don't treat you any differently' saying about me and my step brothers but I have always been treated to feel like a piece of useless baggage leftover from the divorce and if i was an inanimate object she'd of probably thrown me out… of course i can't talk to her about it as she'll deny all knowledge and back up my step dad and step brothers and claim i need counselling… and best of all my dad's a useless, money grabbing, controlling, mind game playing, oblivious ****hole… so as far as i'm concerned i have no 'family'
Well that sucks. I'm sorry.
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