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Mind Slave

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  • Birthday 10/08/1987

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  1. I come and go, when opportunity permits me. :]

  2. good to see a familiar face still around

  3. Completely understandable. My comment -- so that you understand better -- was more general advice about a general matter. In the end, there are some people, no matter how well we may "click" with them, that just don't committ enough positive actions to make up for the negative affects they have on us. Such relationships shouldn't be given the time to develop, as they'll just hurt more and more with time. Through all the sharks and parasites you'll inevitably encounter on your search, eventually you'll find your fish in the sea. -A
  4. You're welcome, I'm glad you've found some strength from my comment. I hope it aids you well in getting through what you need to get through. You'll be fine, just keep moving ahead, and don't let anything slow you down. :)

  5. I like this comment you made "Life will always throw curveballs. Jobs will sometimes be lost, friends will be lost, girlfriends will be lost. It's a part of life. It's not the end of the world and it shouldn't be looked at as such..." It actually gave me a bit of "strength" as to what I should do with my problem. thanx

  6. You've lived an interesting life. I think that's something you should look at. Consider a novel, and the characters within. What keeps us hooked, and reading, anticipating the next chapter? The tragedy, the unfortunate circumstances, the difficulties, the flaws and the imperfections of each character. We can't wait to find out what's going to happen next, and we always hold hope that the character will make it through. Now if the story were straightforward, with no tragedy, no difficulties, no flaws, no imperfections, would it be so exciting? Would it teach us anything? You may have a different opinion on that analogy, but there's no doubt you've succeeded in overcoming very demanding obstacles. While not everyone in this world will understand or see it, I hope it's some comfort in knowing I have respect for you and what you've accomplished, and you should have the same for yourself. Life will always throw curveballs. Jobs will sometimes be lost, friends will be lost, girlfriends will be lost. It's a part of life. It's not the end of the world and it shouldn't be looked at as such. You pick yourself up, you dust yourself off, and even if your leg is broken it shouldn't keep you from limping to your goal. This is your life. Never settle for anything less than what gives you inner peace and happiness. Every experience in life has value. It becomes a part of our story, and while some things feel too hard to bear, it's such burdens that help us achieve wisdom and courage. In regards to your trouble with finding the "right" girl, I would like you to consider something. A battery has a positive end, and a negative end. It needs both for it to work. Relationships are really, at their core, no different. In science positive and negative electrical charges attract one another, but two charges of the same type repel. Being entirely like someone does not mean that the relationship is perfect. In reality, it can cause it to fall apart. Being in a relationship with someone should teach you new things, about life, and about yourself. And being with someone who is different than you, who has been through different experiences, and has different interests, is part of what helps you grow. It's important to keep an open mind and be willing to learn new things and explore new interests. Don't set yourself in stone, particularly when you are young. Keeping this mindset will not guarantee your next relationship will be perfect, because you also have to accept you are not perfect, and your partner is not perfect. They are a person as much as you are, and you should have respect and appreciation for who they are, and not brush them off because they have an interest that you do not or speak a way that you don't fully understand. Keep an open mind and an open heart, and don't be so quick to judge - unless you are ready to be judged yourself. I play video games as well, and I've played guitar for six years - I love music. If you want to talk, feel free to send me a message. Stay strong. -A
  7. Thank you for your words. It was as well as it could have been. Take care and be well.

  8. I hope you had a fantastic day :)

  9. Happy Birthday :)

  10. Good to hear. ^_^

    Things have been going well for me.

  11. Hey, I'm doing well enough. Completely forgot about this place, so I was kinda shocked when I got an e-mail saying I had a "new comment". I quite appreciate the concern. How are things with you?

  12. Hope things are going well for you.

  13. Nice to chat to you in chat! Hope the dentist wasn't too painful.. ooweeee!!!!!



  14. Fellow New Jerseyan! :D

  15. Cute if you think sloths are cute. But thanks, it was nice talking to you too. :p

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