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L.S.Trendom 05-06-2013 08:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 456629)
i'm all for rebellion against your shitty parents as long as it doesn't involve harming yourself.
*huggles* are you going to therapy again?

I think i'd probs make brownies afterward so c:
I have no idea. >.>

Lily09 05-06-2013 08:51 PM

also your mom is a shitty fuck like
to your mom:
your child is starving himself
telling him he eats too much is just going to trigger him into eating less

this pisses me off

Lily09 05-06-2013 08:52 PM

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Originally Posted by L.S.Trendom (Post 456630)
I think i'd probs make brownies afterward so c:
I have no idea. >.>

but still, making yourself vomit can't be healthy.

soph-soph27 05-06-2013 09:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 456633)
but still, making yourself vomit can't be healthy.

Exactly.

There should be a meme for that: Scumbag Mom- with that caption Lily.

LaurenM 05-07-2013 05:02 AM

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Originally Posted by L.S.Trendom (Post 456621)
it's been like a week since my mom mentioned therapy
when she was told that i cut and starve myself, the conversation lasted like a minute and was never mentioned again
when she asked if i was suicidal, also never mentioned
the day after she made me eat dinner (shortly after i threatened to stop eating), she told me/possibly joked about how i eat too much—also not mentioned
when i did 'go' to 'therapy' that one time, when the therapist asked my parents what they wanted out of therapy, my dad said, like, "i guess, i just want him to be happy." my mom said, "i want him to be less angry and more a part of the family."
wtf
ugh
i think the next time she tells me i eat too much maybe i should stop what i'm doing, throw my food away, tell her to fuck off, then audibly make myself vomit hahaha. (and then when/if she stops bugging me make food \o/)

Your dad is okay, but your mum is a bitch.
Quote:

Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 456629)
i'm all for rebellion against your shitty parents as long as it doesn't involve harming yourself.
*huggles* are you going to therapy again?

Seconded.

HeatherB 05-07-2013 05:38 PM

Hey guys?
Just--
I haven't been on here for more than a month.
4-7-13.
All right, this is weird.
But just, hang in there. It will get better. Things will change. You will, too. Forgive yourselves. Start over. Whatever needs to be done will fall into place, okay?
You know what my favorite teacher told me right after my class had hiked a section of the Appalachian Trail for three days?
"You are stronger than you know. And hiking this proves it. You thought at the beginning that it would be hard, impossible, and you wanted to give up before you even started. The great thing about hiking is that you learn about yourself. That you have limits, but you very often underestimate yourself and end up not working to your best ability. In the wild, you have to work to your best ability whether you like it or not. You're pushing yourself, but only as far as you can go. You can stop any time, and rest. But to get out of the trail, and out of the woods, you have to keep going no matter how long it takes and how hard it is."
That's my paraphrasing, but yeah. Hiking is like life (actually, if you think about it, everything is like life). You are, indeed, stronger than you know. And living this, this hell that you guys go through, it proves it. You will always think at some point that it's too hard and too impossible but the way out will still be there--you just have to push yourself and go through it. You can stop, but you can't quit. Not when you're out there in the middle of the woods or your life and you're lost. You can't give up, especially then. Because once you're out, you realize that it made you better and stronger. And civilization, overrated as it is, sure beats getting eaten alive in nature.
I guess what I'm trying to say, as everyone on here is trying to do, don't give up. It will, it will, it will be worth it. I promise you. Everyone goes through hard times. Sometimes they seem petty in comparison to others' problems, but you know why? That's because your life is not other people's lives, no matter how similar they seem. You have been through what you've been through, and that affects how you're going to tackle the problems brought upon you today. If you're not used to a problem, it's going to seem really difficult. If you are, it's going to seem easier. That's just the way things are. But life is learned by experience. And if you're not experiencing anything at all, you're not living right.
Okay, my mom's yelling at me to get off the computer, but I think you get the point.
Love you all lots,
Heather

cheezemziez 05-07-2013 06:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by L.S.Trendom (Post 456621)
it's been like a week since my mom mentioned therapy
when she was told that i cut and starve myself, the conversation lasted like a minute and was never mentioned again
when she asked if i was suicidal, also never mentioned
the day after she made me eat dinner (shortly after i threatened to stop eating), she told me/possibly joked about how i eat too much—also not mentioned
when i did 'go' to 'therapy' that one time, when the therapist asked my parents what they wanted out of therapy, my dad said, like, "i guess, i just want him to be happy." my mom said, "i want him to be less angry and more a part of the family."
wtf
ugh
i think the next time she tells me i eat too much maybe i should stop what i'm doing, throw my food away, tell her to fuck off, then audibly make myself vomit hahaha. (and then when/if she stops bugging me make food \o/)

Do NOT hurt yourself to prove a point. Especially not a point like that to someone who is hurting you. It is not worth it. The stop what you're doing and telling her to fuck off sounds good, though. And maybe the throwing away food if you eat properly afterwards.
*hugs*
Eat however much you want if it makes you happy (in both the long and short run) and healthy. Hell, if being angry makes you happy, then be angry.

AlgebraAddict 05-07-2013 11:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HeatherB (Post 456721)
Hey guys?
Just--
I haven't been on here for more than a month.
4-7-13.
All right, this is weird.
But just, hang in there. It will get better. Things will change. You will, too. Forgive yourselves. Start over. Whatever needs to be done will fall into place, okay?
You know what my favorite teacher told me right after my class had hiked a section of the Appalachian Trail for three days?
"You are stronger than you know. And hiking this proves it. You thought at the beginning that it would be hard, impossible, and you wanted to give up before you even started. The great thing about hiking is that you learn about yourself. That you have limits, but you very often underestimate yourself and end up not working to your best ability. In the wild, you have to work to your best ability whether you like it or not. You're pushing yourself, but only as far as you can go. You can stop any time, and rest. But to get out of the trail, and out of the woods, you have to keep going no matter how long it takes and how hard it is."
That's my paraphrasing, but yeah. Hiking is like life (actually, if you think about it, everything is like life). You are, indeed, stronger than you know. And living this, this hell that you guys go through, it proves it. You will always think at some point that it's too hard and too impossible but the way out will still be there--you just have to push yourself and go through it. You can stop, but you can't quit. Not when you're out there in the middle of the woods or your life and you're lost. You can't give up, especially then. Because once you're out, you realize that it made you better and stronger. And civilization, overrated as it is, sure beats getting eaten alive in nature.
I guess what I'm trying to say, as everyone on here is trying to do, don't give up. It will, it will, it will be worth it. I promise you. Everyone goes through hard times. Sometimes they seem petty in comparison to others' problems, but you know why? That's because your life is not other people's lives, no matter how similar they seem. You have been through what you've been through, and that affects how you're going to tackle the problems brought upon you today. If you're not used to a problem, it's going to seem really difficult. If you are, it's going to seem easier. That's just the way things are. But life is learned by experience. And if you're not experiencing anything at all, you're not living right.
Okay, my mom's yelling at me to get off the computer, but I think you get the point.
Love you all lots,
Heather



*hugs* Thank you so much. This made my day.

I can't guarantee to myself that I can even make it through these next two weeks of school, but at least I know I can try.



the screaming came back today. ._. I hate it when we just have to do, like, nothing in choir so my mind is free to go psycho on me.

AlgebraAddict 05-08-2013 01:55 AM

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 456803)
._.
are you okay? well obviously not but how are you?




I am a very confused individual at the moment, but I'm doing well. You?

AlgebraAddict 05-08-2013 02:05 AM

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 456808)
XD That's good. Yeah I'm okay. :P


I've taken up writing poetry. Most of it is kind of crappy, but I enjoy it. It's a good outlet.


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