General Protected: It’s all about me. by whiskered-fish 12/26/2015 written by whiskered-fish 12/26/2015 This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below: Password: alwaysdisappointhate mehatedin themanpersonsingle 5 comments 0 Email Related posts Remote Viewing… 9/21/2021 Feels like a watershed moment 9/21/2021 kill me 9/21/2021 update 9/20/2021 i’m done 9/20/2021 Bullshit 9/20/2021 What if I’m not the problem? 9/19/2021 Back in the Ditch 9/19/2021 I survived, but… 9/19/2021 Random question of the day 9/19/2021 5 comments Mf 12/26/2015 - 11:37 pm Wait… you mean *sarcasm on* that a person that spends most of her time alone actually craves for attention after a while? *sarcasm off*. After that douche moment on my end (sorry, sort of making a point there), i have to say that… what you’re doing is perfectly normal. We all want attention at one point or another, plus you’re pretty young… there’s many things about you that will change in the following years, and if i’m honest (risking sounding like an idiot here) i’ve never known anyone your age that doesn’t crave attention. I’d say you’re being too hard on yourself, i mean, what’s so hard about wanting attention? sure, if you’re harming people with it you might want to give it some thought, but even if that was the case… it’s not a huge crime or anything. If people didn’t crave for attention we wouldn’t have tv, music, entertainment in general, lol. So… well, not that it’s worth anything, but i don’t hate you, and i do hope your headache goes away (migraine sufferer here… sucks). Log in to Reply whiskered-fish 12/27/2015 - 12:15 am Thanks Mf. You make a lot of sense. And I don’t mind the sarcasm. Don’t feel sorry for me not having many friends though. My selfishness is what chased them away in the first place. It’s a vicious cycle. I hope you’re right about me growing out of it. My dad is thirty five, and he still hasn’t. Thirty five is still pretty young, but you know what I’m saying. May The Lord have mercy on me for spitting on the fifth commandment, but If I ever end up like him, I hope someone euthanizes me or something. Log in to Reply Mf 12/27/2015 - 12:24 am The good thing about being aware of your parent’s faults is that you can avoid them if you want. If it was for mistakes my parents made i’d be a passive idiot, with 12 kids, no job prospects and no future, or a workaholic cheating pathological liar, lol. As it stands i’m a no future, no kids, pathological idiot, so i guess i could have done worse haha. If i could, you can too. As for the no friends thing… *sigh*, been there (for the same reasons). The saying different strokes for different folks does apply to that situation, so who knows, maybe you just haven’t met the right people yet. My mom is 51. Just recently she started breaking away from some of her old habits, so i guess you’re never too old to clean up your act. There should be some small lettering on the commandments: *not valid when you got crappy parents*. That would sure be a game changer, lol. Log in to Reply Hazy Day Sunflower 12/27/2015 - 11:20 am @wiskeredfishf: You are Episcopalian. The beauty of this sect of Christianity is that it is so very forgiving. this branch of the faith really gets down to brass tacks, accepts all people regardless of beliefs and teaches us to love others as we love ourselves. So perhaps you could direct that selfishness out to others. Be selfish for their sake? I know that doesn’t make much sense does it? I agree with Mf that part of this is your age. Forget about your father, some people never age out of it because they have the inability to reflect upon themselves. You, however, have a keen ability to reflect on yourself and your actions, which means you have the ability to develop a wonderful sense of giving and self. It takes time though, and practice. The first step is recognizing that you are doing it…so keep stepping forward. Log in to Reply Hazy Day Sunflower 12/27/2015 - 11:21 am And FTR I read this and thought “hu?”. Not her. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Subscribe to comments: Don't subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.