I'm sorry if I come across as a negative person. However, when one has been rejected for trivial issues (like money) and one feels no hope, that person will espouse negative energy. The only way to counter negative energy is to feed positive energy to that person.
The hurt person will reject the positive energy at first, because he's been tricked before. I understand that I'm not particularly liked-and that's okay with me.
I understand that I come across as cold, callous, and bitter-and I also wish that I had no reason to express these feelings.
Expulsion does not help a negative person. It hardens them even more and makes them hateful-and that's one thing we have enough of in this world. I am a major skeptic because of my experiences.
I believe NO ONE at first-and it doesn't matter who is involved.
Everything I state is what I truly feel: like the fact that money buys love. We all know that to be true. Were it not true, we would see more swimsuit models marrying auto mechanics instead of actors.
Walk a mile before judging and choosing to reject. One never knows why another states such views. I want to love just as everyone else does, but I don't see much of a possibility of that happening because I'm broke-and broken.
Yes, this comes across as a 'poor me' post. I get it. However, there are thousands of people in this group who feel the way I do. The difference is that they hide it. They compose their positive replies out of desperate hope that the post MIGHT be true. They have just never experienced it in their own lives.
We can't all put a false face on everything. Sometimes, we have to tell the brutal truth as it is. The problem is that we behave like Pollyannas, while all the while, someone is barely holding on.
I guess this is my weird way of asking for help. Take it for whatever you will. Then again, so is doing 95 mph in my Dodge Dart on the freeway.
It's best to know someone by looking at their pages. That's one way one can tell how they really feel about things-and I don't put aspartame on anything. I tell it like it is, from my experiences and my perspective-however wacked some might believe it to be.
I think we need to let others who feel the same way that I do express their thoughts-even if they're uncomfortable. Remember how algebraic equations work: negative times negative equals positive. This means that it's best to express sympathy and offer help before someone ends up doing something final.
Just because I have the degree doesn't mean that I feel the way I should. I apologize and would appreciate support. I don't know how else to say it.