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TheAshWolf 01-09-2013 01:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 402025)
nope


lihdsfklnsclhxzc no no no it's fine

Are you sure? From what you've been posting the last few weeks, it seems that you're not exactly living under great conditions.

Lily09 01-09-2013 01:16 AM

uh ash
can i ask something
i dont know would throwing a child on the floor/pushing a child, then proceeding to hit a child several times be considered physical harm
like this stopped months ago after i called him an ignorant asshole a ton of times
but still
i still want to know

Lily09 01-09-2013 01:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 402033)
D:


personally, my opinion, that does sound abusive ._.

are you effing serious


it stopped at least

TheAshWolf 01-09-2013 01:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 402031)
uh ash
can i ask something
i dont know would throwing a child on the floor/pushing a child, then proceeding to hit a child several times be considered physical harm
like this stopped months ago after i called him an ignorant asshole a ton of times
but still
i still want to know

O__O

Yes, Lily, that would very much be considered physical harm. Especially if said child received bruises and/or scratch marks during it. But, even if this child didn't bare any visible marks, that would still be considered emotional trauma, and that's certainly not something adults have the right to inflict upon people, including their children. It doesn't matter if the child called the adult a name and that caused the adult to hit the child, that's battery any way you look at it. BESIDES, the adult should have the self-control not to physically lash out at someone when angered.

...
*hugs you* ;w;

Lily09 01-09-2013 01:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 402041)
O__O

Yes, Lily, that would very much be considered physical harm. Especially if said child received bruises and/or scratch marks during it. But, even if this child didn't bare any visible marks, that would still be considered emotional trauma, and that's certainly not something adults have the right to inflict upon people, including their children. It doesn't matter if the child called the adult a name and that caused the adult to hit the child, that's battery any way you look at it. BESIDES, the adult should have the self-control not to physically lash out at someone when angered.

...
*hugs you* ;w;

ah eff.

thanks.

LaurenM 01-09-2013 01:30 AM

Serious déjà vu when I watched a dad slap his kid on television for taking drugs...O_o 'twas a television programme.

TheAshWolf 01-09-2013 01:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 402035)
nope

i don't care about my feelings anymore

I'm going to be happy

I just am

don't ask me how

but I am

and it's going to work before I go back to school, I'm going to stop cutting (also dont know how) and I'm just going to stop feeling sadness

but even though I have no idea how it will work... All I want is to be accepted and not look like an 'emo' as people call it

ooh and whenever I do feel sad im just going to write or draw or something - all i want in 2013 is to get over this, to win

Good. ^_^ The first step to change is always making up your mind to make it.

Just remember that your KP family loves you, as do your in-person friends, and your actual family, and we're all rooting for you. Okay? <:^J Don't listen to other people when they talk like that, ESPECIALLY those who try to brand you as one thing or another.

Maybe try to get into vent art...? Music can also help. I find that it's good to listen to music in three steps: (1) Listen to some songs that describe how you feel. This helps you accept your emotions. (2) Listen to some empowering/look-at-me-i'm-awesome songs. This will help you build up your self-esteem and aid you in getting over what's bothering you. And then (3) listen to happier, more carefree songs, or whatever songs will make you feel how you want to feel (confident, happy, calm, etc.). ^_^

TheAshWolf 01-09-2013 01:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LaurenM (Post 402044)
Serious déjà vu when I watched a dad slap his kid on television for taking drugs...O_o 'twas a television programme.

Whenever I think about kids and parents reacting to drug use, I think of this....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaoM0FyLmGY

8D MATT FOLEY (played by Chris Farley): MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER!
Moral of story: smoke pot, and you'll end up living in a van down by the river eating a steady diet of government cheese. XDD Just. Like. Him.

*le attempt at making everybody on here laugh/smile/smirk/grin/something*

TheAshWolf 01-09-2013 01:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 402049)
GUESS WHAT PEOPLE

nothing much actually, I'm in a web counseling session o3o

:D That's great!!! I really hope that works out for you.

Lily09 01-09-2013 02:01 AM

I was going to say something earlier, pluzzle, but had to leave.

That's awesome ^_^ were here to support you and it's great that you're choosing to stop. *hugs*


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