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The Girl Behind The Monitor

Post by Taeron on Fri Mar 14, 2014 12:36 pm

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Post by Rayblon on Fri Mar 14, 2014 11:10 pm

You certainly know more about your parents' history than I do about my own._.

Seems like bullying has been an issue for you. Your social situation hasn't improved though, correct?
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Post by Taeron on Fri Mar 14, 2014 11:29 pm

Yeah, I know quite a bit about my parents' history. In Utah, my grandparents talked to my brother and I about our family history. One of the things my grandpa said about my mom is that she was a true pioneer.
Bullying has been an issue, it's off and on as of now. But,I was bullied for about 3-4 years.
My social situation hasn't really improved. There's people who will say hi to me and ask how I've been doing. Just small talk,really. Teachers from school have actually approached my parents, asking if I have depression or something. Depression is not the case. My neutral expression,for some reason,makes me look like I want to murder everyone (apparently this is the reason why boys don't want to ask me to dance;I'm just too intimidating). Also, I've had people tell me that they're afraid I'll scratch their eyes out or something.


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Post by Rayblon on Sat Mar 15, 2014 10:01 am

It's good to see you value family like you do; it never caught on for me, though. But perhaps the issue isn't with the other people.


From what I just heard this isn't the tale of a girl that everyone fears and alienates. You get approached by people, they go out of their way to say hello. It seems more like you've just shut down, if anything, and your peers are concerned for you. The person I see when I read what you have to say isn't someone who would even think about hurting another. 


I think people simply gave up. They probably wanted to get to know you better but the evident depression and low self image culminates in an unpleasant experience for everyone. You're a cultured person, Taeron. You've been more places in your childhood than most will be in their lifetimes. You may not know it, but you have more adaptability than most people.

Being in a new place means you're immersed in a new culture. Whether you suffocate under the currents or breathe through a new life is up to your choice to hang on to history, or find new footing in Bangkok. People want to be friends with people they can relate to. You don't have the advanced technology or expensive clothes, but you have the ability to conform and adopt this new lifestyle. 

It'll take lots of hard work and probably a few awkward situations, but you can turn this situation around, only you can. You're strong willed and masculine(In a good way, you aren't submissive and persevere when getting your point across), but are still gentle and sensitive. Try smiling more, if for nothing other than doing it. Smiling makes the world a brighter place and makes you more approachable in general. It also strengthens muscles associated with smiling which should lift your frown a little, assuming you actually have one.

I also want you to watch(or rewatch) this, it's really inspiring.
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Post by Taeron on Sat Mar 15, 2014 12:13 pm

Thank you. I needed that.
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Post by TrashtheRabbitGod on Sat Mar 15, 2014 8:45 pm

And now we know Taeron.
here have a song (and ignore the title omg)

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Post by Taeron on Sat Mar 15, 2014 8:54 pm

The shins. xD
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Post by Rayblon on Sun Mar 16, 2014 1:00 pm

You ruined a speshul moment chuzzeh.
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