@Diddy, don't let those people bring you down.
@Diddy, don't let those people bring you down.
I'll do my best, I promise.
Andreea, sometimes we get too wrapped up in our own problems; which tends to magnify them out of all
proportion to actual reality. The best solution for that dilemma, may be to do some volunteer work in the
Tārgu Mures County Clinic Hospital.
When we see real suffering amongst other people; and are actively engaged in trying to relieve their distress;
we forget our own issues; and immediately, we start to feel better about ourselves.
So many years ago, when circumstances forced me to stay home as primary care-giver for my three small
children; I joined the local To view the link you have to Register; which helped to save me from diving into deep depression.
I've been on a volunteering programme in the UK called the Adidas Young Sports Ambassador Programme. Every month or 2 we take some time to work on, plan and run sports events for Primary School children, encouraging them to get into sport. It's some personal time gone but it feels amazing and it's something I'm very proud of. You learn some great life skills in the process as well!
There are plenty of these programmes around now, you just have to look for them
Member of the Month July 2012"No one gets remembered for the things they didn't do"
Its a crap feeling
all have a way of see us, and at this we call "self-esteem". This is built every day.
the person sees reality according to their emotional state. you should not expect praise from people, you must sertirse sure of yourself!
esteem is the most valuable capital that people have, you should care!
Diiddyx, in this huge and bad world are many bad persons like the girls which you have talked about. The most of them are very false, they play her role very good as a perfekt und friendly person. I know a lot of this "actors" in my real life. Some of them were my friends. I think 50 percent of the society are like this kind of person.
But you should never believe this shit which they talked about you. Rumors and gossip aren't the most important things in your life. You should be strong and fight for you and your personality.
It's better being extra ordinary and crazy than being boring or like this false persons.
Think of Avril, she has never given a damn about the bad rumors and gossip
Believe in you and your skills and try to find out which friends are "real-friends", that can makes your life easier and better.
Moreover, I think it's better to have a few good and real friends than many false friends who makes rumors behind your mind.
I wish you the best for your future and don't give up your hopes
I have a reason to live.I guess you know this reason and it's not Avril.The reason which I mean is to change the world with my music.Every day I try to show the world the real rock music.Everybody can change something in this world without any special skills.Let's start to rock \m/
I know it's hard, but try to keep your head up. Most of the people that bullies others have a lack of self-confidence themselves, I went through a similar phase during high school with this boy who hated me bitterly. I wasted my time wondering what could I have done to him to be treated back in that way, I even went and asked him about it, but he wouldn't tell me. About six months ago, (3 years later) I got to know why he hated me so much, and I was so amazed to know it hadn't anything to do with me. It was his own lack of self-confidence that he tried to hide by threatening the appropriate victim.
You have value because of yourself and no one can deny it. You can do ballet! it's needed an special sensibility for that. So
I know it's a drag
Wipe your eyes
And put up your head'
I just read the last posts which I haven't read in the days they were actually posted and I'm sorry, but I really need to thank you all. For the good advices, for the experience sharing and for being there for me. In the past few days I've really been feeling a lot more better. And most of it it's because of you, so thank you.
I love you.
I'm very glad to hear that
CONGRATULATIONS, YOU'RE OFFICIALLY A TEENAGER NOW!
The same thing happens to me. It's like I can't talk to strangers. I'm so afraid and always think If I say something back and offend them, something bad will happen. When you're a kid, you make a lot of decisions without thinking about the consequences. I've said a lot of mean crap to my peers when I was 7 or 8 and nothing happened. So I would think that nothing would happen now.
Sadly, it is not this easy. I am not only losing my confidence, but also my charisma. People always say that I am boring or shy when they first meet me, but when we hang out for more than a week, they usually like me. I am not as outgoing as I used to be. This feeling actually does not go away until sophomore year of high school. (so 15-16) I'm working on it though. Take it from me, It's not going to go away unless you try to come out of your shell more quickly. I used to be outgoing 10 years ago, but I've been reduced to a shy person.
Stay strong. Don't let any stupid people tell you what to do! The steps you could take to not be shy are to meet new people. Try talking to people like you'll never see them again. Watch television shows. Choose the character you want the confidence of. Mimic how they talk to new people. I find it funny that the most awkward characters on television shows have the most confidence. Self-Confidence starts with positive reinforcement.
I usually have a bunch of witty remarks ready for any occasion, but when other people are around, tIhey don't come as quickly. I would have to think 20 seconds for a remark to come. Turns out, other kids have low confidence too. So I would actually talk to the people with high confidence and see what they do. I'm starting to get very upset with the way some our peers act. That's called Confidence Gone Wrong.
Anyways, it all boils down to this:
There are two types of people in this world: The ones who will always like you, and the ones who will always dislike you. There is nothing you can do about either one. A person can determine whether they like someone in 35 seconds or less. Being shy is useless because the end result (no matter what you did or said) will end with someone liking you or not liking you. Being shy just prolongs this decision, it doesn't stop it from being made.
WE LOVE YOU AT BANDAIDS, DIDDY! SO TELL THOSE UGLY KIDS TO SHOVE IT BEFORE I COME OUT TO ROMANIA AND THROW PLASTIC AT THEM!
Thanks beba. You're the greek goddess of photoshop. (Even though you're Italian )