i feel like the people who make the facebook statuses about the Sarnia suicides are the same people who haven’t quite been in that situation, or really anything close to it. The people who have been in a dark place realize that people posting about “embracing life” or “living to the fullest” doesn’t help.
You can tell yourself a million times that “you only live once”, and that entire time you will be sad about it.
I don’t mean to be a completly one-sided. I am incredibly glad facebook is a place we can show a support system for anyone struggling with life. But in my opinion, this has all been carried away.
Saying “another one is lost” doesn’t fuckin heal anyone’s hearts who have been hurt. It really is nice to show that you care, but stop putting numbers on the people who couldn’t take it to be in this world anymore. We’re the reason that number faded to away.
The mindset of being incredibly unhappy has become some sort of trend and i’m not happy with it. Showing that you care on facebook is really nice, but next time you try to do it make sure you actually DO care. And make sure that you’re not going to run off and be terrible to other people in this small town.
being nice isn’t hard.
i don’t really understand when people go out of their way to make others miserable.
People must be pretty miserable with themselves to dedicate a whole blog to being vicious to other people.
just a thought.
Although people are shitting all over Invisible Children & their fundraising but…
if you actually think about the project, it is only to get Kony known.
so stop wasting your time complaining and spread the word.
lip service is cheap.
i want to go home on wednesday.
downloading cardcapotrs cause i can’t get enough of this anime~*~*~
watching spirited away.
i cannot wait to get another sketchbook.