I learned this the hard way, but there’s no such thing as “perfect.” “Why,” you might ask. Well, in the real world nothing is perfect. For example, you can’t draw a perfect circle, it’s not possible. Only fake things are perfect. Things that are fake don’t belong in the real world.
Have you ever heard somebody say, “that person is fake?” Well a fake person is somebody who is pretending to be somebody they’re not or trying to act in a certain way to please somebody else. In other words, they’re not being themselves. Real people, real people are people that act exactly how they want; they act themselves. Only fake people are perfect. They are the ones who put on show.
“Perfect” is just a term made up by society to make us believe that we can have everything we want, that everything can go our way.
However, in the real world, that is not the case.
Stand in the shower until the water runs cold,
And sit there staring at nothing
Because they’re mind is running wild with sad thoughts.
Toss and turn in bed all night,
Trying to get the slightest bit of sleep.
Feel like they can’t ever be happy again.
Do horrible things to themselves
Because they become desperate to feel the slightest bit of ok.
Won’t ever be the same as before they were broken.
Don’t know how to treat themselves right.
Hold their tears in until they lay in their bed at night,
Up for hours, nobody knows.
Crying over…a boy? Or nothing at all.
It’s just the depression slapping them in the face.
Why are teenage girls so vulnerable? So easy for this evil spirit to catch?
They’re sensitive, loving, and chance givers.
Teenage girls learn by the time it’s too late.
When will they be taught to be more careful?
Poor teenage girls.
“Getting over a painful experience is much like crossing monkey bars. You have to let go at some point in order to move forward.”
~ C.S. Lewis
“And then I felt sad because I realized that once people are broken in certain ways. They can’t ever be fixed, and this is something nobody ever tells you when you are young. And it never fails to surprise you as you grow older as you see people in your life break one by one. You wonder when your turn is going to be, or if it’s already happened.”
Humans tend to push away the ones who believe in them the most. Why? Because we don’t want to hurt them, because we don’t believe we are good enough, we don’t want to fail and be a disappointment.
I am one to do this a lot, I’m sorry that I do. I’m sorry that it feels like no matter what I do I’ll hurt you. It feels like you’ll be less hurt this way.
I never meant to hurt anyone and that is just what I’ve done. I’m sorry.