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Problems Put In Perspective.

You wanna know one thing I really can't stand? Kids ages ten to seventeen who are just so full of themselves that they think their problems are the world. The cut themselves because their parents yelled at them. They take drugs because their friend got mad at them. They develop eating disorders because they are uncomfortable with their body. They cry for hours on end because their parents are getting divorced. They kill themselves because someone broke up with them. Pathetic, I know. Now look at what's going on outside of your emo little world... A child under five dies every three seconds simply because they do not have adequate food, water and vaccinations. There is a great likelihood that someone in your own neighbourhood is raped or otherwise physically or verbally abused on a weekly basis. There are people in far away nations that are opressed because of war and genocide. They have to constantly be on the move for fear that they will be brutally slaughtered otherwise. Do these people complain? Do they cut themselves? Do they cry? Do they take antidepressants? The andswer to all of these questions is a big, fat NO!!!!!!!! In the wors of a certain eighteen-year-old male singer who's too adorkable for his own good and must therefore die a painful death despite all of the good things he does (elohel, just joking), "They're just happy to be alive!" The moment all of those lowlife whiners and complainers realize this is the moment that they will get their head of their ass and see that their problems are not a big deal in comparison to what other people go through. That will be the moment that they grow up and think about someone else for a change. In the meantime, if any of the emo-for-no-apparent-reasons need someone to put their problems in perspective, that's what I'm making this page for. Send me a message with your "problem" (I love that song!) and I will help you see why it isn't a big deal. Also, before you say that I 'must not understand you if I made this page,' take a quick peek at my resume... ~I have Chronic Reversed Polarity (CRP), which is sorta like bipolar. However, it isn't an emotional disease, it's a physical disease that causes emotional problems, whereas bipolar is an emotional disease that causes physical problems. So it's the same type of feeling, just this an an actual, potentially life-threatening medical condition. (Don't worry, I'm not gonna die!) ~My friends can sometimes be awfully mean (and overly dramatic) people, so I get the friend issues. ~I am involved in a very rigorous sport that involves constant yelling form the coach, three-hour-long practices, sacrificing things such as time with your friends and sometimes even schoolwork, as well as painful blistures, pulls, twists and sprains. So I can understand if you have a problem with pressure to be perfect or something. ~I listen to Evanesence faithfully and I understand all of the 'meanings' in their songs (Lithium, Tourniquet, Imaginary, Snow White Queen, Haunted...), which might not mean much, but I can sort of... understand the mind of a troubled person. I don't cut myself. I don't do drugs. I don't whine. I don't cry. I don't bitch. I don't ever think about killing myself. And I HATE people who do. In the meantime, here's two songs to lift your spirits... <object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param></object> (Cause I'm guessing only one of the links is going to work) <object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param></object> Remember, just message me, and I promise, I will... PUT YOUR PROBLEMS IN PERSPECTIVE! (and possibly quatations... and send them to the field of paper flowers... elohel!)
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‹SqueeneyTodd› says:   27 January 2009   119571  
I love the song 'Imaginary. X3 I get what you mean with this. 
I've met a lot of people like you described who think their life is horrible. One in
particular, who thinks her "emo poetry" is deep,even though I've heard the same thing
from a bunch of people complaining about theri "terrible life", even though she has
it great. 
THe only problem I have to complain about is I problem I have with anxiety, and it
makes it hard to sleep or try anything, really.
Kirti says:   28 January 2009   197538  
I think part of doing drugs and cutting themselves isn't about their "problems" at
all. I have a friend who is most assuredy not emo called himself emo, and said
things like "but I guess that's just because I'm an emo, ha ha," and told anyone who
"*nudge* aw, your such a a dork! *smile*" "I am not, I'm emo!"

honestly it's because during puberty people feel that they don't know who they are.
"oh noes, I'm not a child or an adult!! Nobody respects me even though I'm mature!
Nobody GETS ME! Who am I? Why am I the only one having these problems?!" ect, ect.

saying that they're an emo or a drugie is a way to define themselves, one with
physical proof. (My friend has now gotten over whatever fake emo trip he was going
through. I think it was the lecture I gave him when he refered to his plastic ruler
as a "cuting knife". There was no way to cut yourself with that, and he
doesn't cut.)

Personaly though, I think that people who (unlike my friend) are actualy going
through long term emotional pain need support. not the Whoremos who where lots of
eyeine as an exuse not to actually wear clohes, favoring stripes of black cloth
instead, not the fakemos like my friend, but the real people who have actully been
botteling up real pain because due to WHATEVER they can't deal with it (be it a
mental issue, being raised be bad parents, being raped age To Frickin' Young,
whatever) need help, not this.

also, word for al the fakers- most real "emos" don't cut. no real "emos" want to be
called emo- real emos see it as an insult because it belittles whatever pain they
feel they're going through. I've yet to meet a real "emo" who cuts they're wrists-
it's not an accesory, its a coping method, and a shameful one. (admittedly my sister
has friends who are really, honestly emo and one of them cuts; her shoulders, so that
she can hide it from all but those she feels closest and most comfortable with
because she knows it's something shameful.)
tiggerlemon101 says :   29 January 2009   134958  
@AquaMermaid: Elohel, I have anxiety, too... but I don't cut myself. 

@Kirti: Yeah, some people do have real issues, which I mentioned (although very
briefly, because this a negative thign, not a positive one! ).  It's the fakers as
you call them who this is mostly about.  Also, notice that you do not say 'we' when
you say  'honestly it's because during puberty people feel that they don't know who
they are.
"oh noes, I'm not a child or an adult!! Nobody respects me even though I'm mature!
Nobody GETS ME! Who am I? Why am I the only one having these problems?!" ect, ect.' 
Do YOU have these kidns of issues?  Okay, even if you do, you can deal with them,
which I can clearly see... it just really bothers me when people seem to think that
verythign's harder for them, that they are the ones who need help, that
veryoen should put them first.  For me that's a realy issue, because their
'problems' are not the end of the world.  There are so many more important things...
Also, I don't really know anybody with real problems, just people who think
they have problems.  So this is, I repeat, not directed at people who actually have
problems.  Just the losers who think they do. 

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