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Frostblaze 01-20-2015 09:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Swallowtail (Post 565008)
It's going to be okay. They probably won't divorce, but even if they do, they will still always love you. Okay?

But I can't imagine a life without my dad...
Who's going to help me with boys? Who's gonna take me hunting? Who's gonna watch Gravity Falls with me and Molly and mom? :c
Two days and my troubles are slowly mounting...

cloudwriter 01-20-2015 10:20 PM

I can't go back there. Hope you can forgive me

Swallowtail 01-20-2015 10:41 PM

A lot of kids with divorced parents will stay half the week with their mother, and the other half with their father. My little cousin is divorced, and she does that. She still does things with both her parents, and they can still get along well enough to do that. Sometimes my parents get mad at each other, but so far they have always worked it out. Yours will probably do that as well, so try not to worry about it too much, okay? Eat some chocolate, pet your cat, and think of all the good things in your life.

CosmoCat 01-21-2015 12:30 AM

if it helps, I can pray for you
 
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Originally Posted by Frostblaze (Post 565009)
But I can't imagine a life without my dad...
Who's going to help me with boys? Who's gonna take me hunting? Who's gonna watch Gravity Falls with me and Molly and mom? :c
Two days and my troubles are slowly mounting...

alright, I came here to whine about my mom answering my depression e-mail, but right now, I think some reassuring words would help a little more.

first of all, OMG GRAVITY FALLS so sorry, i just finished it and i'm obsessed.

Secondly, your dad won't entirely leave your life. I was shocked to hear that my parents divorced; they seemed like the type that would never ever ever break up, and to this day I don't know why they split.

But let me tell you. This is not the end of a life. It's the start of another. It was hard and heartbreaking to leave that 2-parent household I loved and used to know, but I'm dealing with a whole new set of adventures (as well as problems) that I never would have experienced without this divorce.

My dad was in the military, stationed overseas for 2 years. He then lived out of state for at least another 3, allowing our family to be together only months at a time. I miss those days, but I also learned to cherish them. Little did I know Mom and Dad were splitting and it was simply horrifying to think about the life I was about to lead. But who knows the future (except for God)?

I didn't know this would cause me to mature faster. I didn't know this would cause me to take risks and go to college early. I didn't know this would allow me to find myself and reunite myself with God. I didn't know this would bring me closer to my entire family. I didn't know this would cause me to make more friends. I didn't know this would lead me away from the bad things I had been thinking and towards new ideas. I didn't know this would help me enjoy my memories more than ever. And I had no idea that this kind of lifestyle would be so enjoyable.

Yes, there's always the elephant in the room sort of thing where I feel like I'm living two lives (I don't want to talk about Dad around Mom and I feel like I can't mention Mom around Dad. it took me almost a year to get used to hearing "your mom" and "your dad" from the people who had addressed each other by name before).

But I honestly enjoy the life I live with my Dad and the life I live with my Mom. Living in the city for a while, connecting with my Vietnamese side of the family, sharing a room with my sisters, being a complete and total nerd, HAVING A COMIC BOOK STORE NEARBY, living in a small apartment, being the mature older sister (i'm the middle sis btw), and having a pet free house is something new and exciting that I never could have imagined myself enjoying. Living in the country surrounded by my mom's family, knowing/recognizing almost everyone in town because it's so small, being able to see nature so close up, BEING SURROUNDED BY CATS, going to school with amazing people, and having my own room and familiar house is something that I still love, but that I grew to love in a different light now that I have been away from it.

I guess what I'm saying is that I really hope your parents don't divorce because it does lead to stress and confusion for a while. But if anything does happen, know that I will stick with you through it all. I'll pray for you and you can talk to me about any problems you have. If you really want to say something privately, e-mail me (it's somewhere on the main site. just ask me 4 it). I want to help you out best I can seeing as how I can't physically talk to you or hug you or feed you cookies. But I'm right here and I've already been through this.




and...for a long time i wondered why something this terrible could happen to me (i'm crying now). but then I wondered if my pain and my hardship and my struggle would help someone someday. so that they wouldn't have to go through what i did. so that i could teach them something from my experience and not theirs. maybe this is why i've gone through this. so someone else doesn't have to. Even if that's not why, it gives me a sense of purpose among thoughts of uselessness and doubt. So, even if I didn't really help you, you may have helped me. Thank you so much.

pluzzle 01-21-2015 12:44 AM

how did the email go?

meerkat 01-21-2015 02:11 AM

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Originally Posted by venika (Post 564969)
ahaha *three languages-speaker-ppl hi-five* :P :P
even though i'm only a native speaker in english lol
all of my friends speak 2+ languages fluently and i'm just here like #unilingual XD

I'm native in two and have taught both of them before. As for French, I had a 140% in that class last year. So yeah, I still get them mixed up all the time.

CosmoCat 01-21-2015 10:17 AM

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 565041)
how did the email go?

oh me?

Gosh, it was hard to read, but she's super worried and very supportive. She's offered to take me to a doctor, find a club so I can be with people my age, move so I can start college early, and so on. she's prepared to go above and beyond to say the least. It made me cry a lot because she keeps saying that theses circumstances we're in is her fault when really a lot of it was my choice to not socialize (and it's kind of my fault i'm mature. TTuTT)

but it made me really happy to know that she's on my side and she's going to stick with it. I may not have major depression, but she's definitely considering something mental, physical, or simply Seasonal Affective Disorder. Still, she's ready to take me to a doctor and I'm so glad she responded.

Thank you so much for asking!

pluzzle 01-21-2015 03:33 PM

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Originally Posted by CosmoCat (Post 565056)
oh me?

Gosh, it was hard to read, but she's super worried and very supportive. She's offered to take me to a doctor, find a club so I can be with people my age, move so I can start college early, and so on. she's prepared to go above and beyond to say the least. It made me cry a lot because she keeps saying that theses circumstances we're in is her fault when really a lot of it was my choice to not socialize (and it's kind of my fault i'm mature. TTuTT)

but it made me really happy to know that she's on my side and she's going to stick with it. I may not have major depression, but she's definitely considering something mental, physical, or simply Seasonal Affective Disorder. Still, she's ready to take me to a doctor and I'm so glad she responded.

Thank you so much for asking!

oh thats awesome! well done!!!

pluzzle 01-22-2015 01:04 AM

dont qoute me please
 
hholy ahit my dad just beat me up this is like the third time hes done that i cant move my FUCKING ARM FUCKING HELL

pluzzle 01-22-2015 03:35 AM

i jus t got told to kill myself k lmao fucking watch me. soon


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