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I Believe That True Love Is Worth Waiting For

Why You Should Never Let Your Friends Set Up Your Dates This is a cute family story my grandparents told me about how they got together. My grandparents both found each other attractive in high school but had never really talked because my... [more]
  • I Stand Up to Bullies Online and In General

    How I Stood Up To A Bully I was often made fun of in school for many reasons. It was particularly bad on my bus. There was this one group of guys who completely verbally abused me every day, and even went so far as to throw th… [more]
  • Venting Confessions

    I'm sick of being poor.
    I have been poor my entire life. Actually poor. Not middle class. Poor. Welfare and child support paid the bills in my house as a child. They kept me fed and kept a roof over my head, but that was about it. Yes, my mother DID take advantage of the system because she could have been working if she really wanted to but trust me, living off the system is NOT living high on the hog. It's barely even living. I never got the new clothes and toys other kids had at school. I never ate at resturaunts. (Except for the rare ocassions we would have dollar burgers from Mcdonalds for dinner, no fries and no drinks.) I didn't get to go on school field trips because they cost money, and I almost never got t… [more]
  • School Confessions

    An Open Letter to my Classmates
    Dear elementary, middle, and high school classmates:Minus the select individuals I truly consider my friends, for the longest time I despised the majority of you. Many of you made fun of me for being poor, having unpopular interests, or just because you thought I was "weird." Others never teased me directly but I saw the looks you gave me. I saw the way you would laugh along with your friends. I saw how you kept quiet and allowed me to be hurt instead of standing up for me because you were afraid that the jokes may turn on you. I saw that you were too afraid to reach out to someone who needed friends because it might affect your own reputation.But I don't hold that against you anymore. I rea… [more]
  • School Confessions

    Skipping School at Murdered Rock
    This is a fond memory from my high school days......When I was 16, I was forced to relocate to a crappy school that I had no respect for so I made a habit of skipping school often. There was nothing around the rural setting to go to, and none of my friends had cars, but it was fun to hang out in the woods together. Deep in the woods, we discovered this beautiful flat rock in the middle of a stream that was big enough for several of us and our bookbags. I dubbed it Murdered Rock due to its reddish hue. This rock has since become a local legend and last I heard teens were still taking their friends out there to skip class seven years after I left that school.Usually, we'd just skip one or two … [more]
  • Friends Confessions

    I have a hard time forming lasting friendships
    I've been working at the same job for a year now and I've gotten pretty close as friends to one of my coworkers. From the conversations we've had about our personal beliefs, our families and analyzing our current and past relationships, and the favors we've done for one another, I guess you could call us friends. But I'm not sure. Lately I feel awkward around this co worker like wondering whether or not they actually like me as a person or if I'm getting on their nerves and they're tired of me.They haven't said or done anything to make me feel that way, At my last job, I had the same thing happen with another coworker I had gotten along with pretty well. After about six months, I started won… [more]