General Music by nuclearbackpack 3/27/2016 written by nuclearbackpack 3/27/2016 Do you ever hear a song from a happy time in your life and it almost kills you – because you’ve changed so much and the happiness you had is long long gone and IT AIN’T EVER COMING BACK. hearlifeMusic 10 comments 0 Email Related posts Not Much Activity on SP These Days 1/24/2021 1/24/2021 relapse 1/24/2021 im out now what 1/24/2021 pros of living vs ending 1/23/2021 Digging Up Memories 1/23/2021 has anyone ever been cured 1/23/2021 1/23/2021 Business 1/23/2021 Pathetically pathetic 1/23/2021 10 comments MyNiceSuicide 3/27/2016 - 7:34 pm Man…I feel like that WTF music do to our mind??? Log in to Reply saudade07 3/27/2016 - 7:35 pm it’s exactly why i stopped listening to music years ago. Log in to Reply MyNiceSuicide 3/27/2016 - 7:39 pm Good smart decision!! I still listen to those I can feel ok Log in to Reply rocketman 3/27/2016 - 7:40 pm nuclearbackpack, Yes but it makes me happy to listen to songs i love. I use to sing and had bands, when i stopped i didn’t listen to music at all, it really did hurt and make me sad, it took some time to get over it, but finally i started listening and singing again for fun. perhaps that’s what your going through? Time marches on and waits for no one, I needed to accept that and enjoy my memories. Log in to Reply deadmanliving 3/27/2016 - 7:49 pm I know how you feel it happens all the time. Music can be therapy or cause the need for it. Log in to Reply Cordless 3/27/2016 - 8:19 pm I feel like this whenever I hear music from the 80’s. And yet that’s my favorite music decade to listen to. It’s a bittersweet feeling; I wish I was that young again… I know I will never be that young again. And yet ironically, the 80’s weren’t a very good decade for me. I was bullied in high school, I had all sorts of awkward social issues, and I wasn’t really happy. Yet, compared to now, it was a simpler time. So when I hear 80’s music, there’s a bit of sadness, and yet still a wave of nostalgia that makes me smile. Log in to Reply nuclearbackpack 3/27/2016 - 8:30 pm Yes I’m a [late 70s and] 80s kid too. And I think that what makes it doubly painful is that the music of that time is much better and more care-free than the music of now and that reminds us that the world itself has grown into a much harsher more complicated place and of course as we’ve aged life has become infinitely more painful as we’ve accumulated endless amounts of bad experiences. Log in to Reply anorexicjunkie 3/27/2016 - 8:43 pm I haven’t been able to listen to music in months. It’s not distracting enough to suppress my suicidal ideation and I would get sucked in to the emptiness at my core, if I tried to. And, yes, just about my entire music library would be triggering anyway. Log in to Reply CallMeIshmael 3/27/2016 - 9:18 pm I just recently made the mistake of looking back at my MP3 collection (dating back to 1999 or so – I’m 36 now). There were so many songs that I downloaded during the time me and my 2nd wife started dating. It completely broke my heart. While I have such fond memories of that time, it’s now almost unbearable to think about what was and what will never be again. I still love her, even though she is 100% done with me and has moved on to another relationship. Log in to Reply xoxosiamese-catxoxo 3/28/2016 - 8:48 pm I was happy when Eminem came out lol he was my happiness back then. how awesome just remember about this 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.