Watch a funny movie
watch comedy eddie griffin he is good!
do some fun things, go modelling with clay<br />
it really helps! you think of nothing<br />
at my artschool we always got this ones in a week and when you do this you think absolutely of nothing!!<br />
try it!! it's really fun
Easier said than done, but I do believe that we can, with time and good company, `self repair`.
men do not cry, perhaps attaching some testicles would help
STFU indeed, men do cry.
wow, don't cry about it
just cry it out of your system .. then take control of yourself .. try to relax .. watch a really interesting movie .. can i help you somehow ? i hope everything goes well . you're a tough cookie and you can do it !
i tried to . they told me that i can not c your profile in order to message you cause you chose the privacy setting smthng like that .. if you feel like talking or chatting feel free to add me to your circle :D and dnt be sad come on try smiling okey ?
Lots and lots of support from friends. And remember, it's not your fault. I hope you're not blaming yourself. :(<br />
In my experience though, when I've got a good reason to cry, I cry it out as much as possible. But I've never just kept going, except one time for hours and hours I cried.
You need to let your friends shower their love on you and remind you again and again that it's not your fault and the ******* who did this is a monster.
Ugh. That's horrible... I hope you've escaped these people. I don't know what it's like to go through that but I hope you can learn to enjoy life away from the crap you've had to deal with.
Move move move, as soon as you can. Once you escape family and have freedom, life changes a lot. Even with my family, who didn't abuse me like that, moving out changed my life immensely. I imagine being free from your family will change your life more than it changed mine.
I'm not talking about having someone else. I'm talking about getting a job and renting a place. Moving out. Being independent. I've heard of plenty of people moving out at your age.
I thought so. And I've known people who got a job and moved out at 16. I even overheard some teenagers on the bus talking about moving out at that age too. I don't know what the laws are where you live, but it's normal enough here.
Look it up and don't let your family convince you that it's impossible. They're already abusing you so you can't trust them to be honest about whether it's possible to move out or not. If you really really have to, there's probably child services or someone you can report the abuse to and get you moved in with some foster parents or something.
Okay well I hope you get free from them somehow. I don't think you'll stop crying all the time till you've escaped your abusers...
neither can i
These days I just let myself cry until I can't cry anymore. It happens a few times a week. Big dripping tears that overcome my pillow's ability to soak up the liquid.
It will get better in time. Hang in there. You can get through it.
Becoming hard makes you not cry anymore or not as much as you did in the past.
Watch a funny movie, go for a brisk walk, hold some ice in your hand, listen to some music or distract yourself in some other manner.
The physical pain of holding the ice, can help to distract from the emotional pain. It's about drawing your senses away from what you are focusing on.
drink a glass of water
Running out of tears, falling asleep with exhaustion, or someone else cheering me up. I'd try to cheer you up, but my own tears are falling.