Are you sad? Are you taking pills for it? Is it getting worse?
It might all be because of the desperation towards it.
Hi, I’m no doctor nor expert in the field of human psychology, nor do I ever want to be, but I do know a thing or two about sadness myself.
I’ve come a long way from my ancient Babylonian days (sarcastic for the advancements Iraq has made since I was born there,) and now that I’m here, I notice changes. I see that families don’t hold each other anymore. Friends don’t stand up for friends anymore. When things come (or don’t) as planned, even the closest to you will let go within seconds. You can sit here and tell me “oh that sucks to those people,” and my answer would be “you’re next.” Don’t get ahead of yourself. Instead of popping these pills one after the other, getting anger issues and pain soon, pick a path you enjoy.
I dropped friends who happened to be loads of guilt and sadness all of the time. Am I a bad person for that? Obviously I personally don’t think so because I already went ahead and took that step. Some, however, disagree with that method. That’s your own thing. Again, I’m no expert in this field. My point here is that what’s around you influences your life. You might not think that you’re influenced, but the best influential techniques are just like the best film editing techniques: the ones you never notice.
When the jobs you do are things you do because you wanted a good income, then you’ll be sick of it. If not during the first 5 years, give it ten. If not ten, twenty. And by sick I don’t mean bored. I mean physically and mentally sick. If your friends want nothing but trouble and problems, ditch them. Find better ones. Find friends who do work like you do and stand up for you. Ones who support by actively supporting, not by (“hey good job”-once-a-year)ing you.
Those who take, don’t give, for they’re used to taking with no returns expected. Those who give, tend to not take, though. Find those who give without wanting anything back. Give them back. Just the thought of knowing WHY they’re giving leaves you sleeping better, knowing they’re worth it. Those who remind you of negatives and keep bringing negatives back shouldn’t be there. I’m talking extreme cases by the way, and it does happen. So don’t take your “hey remember last time you did this it didn’t work out?” as a sign to let go of the friend. A friendly warning, or ‘tough love’ as some call it, isn’t bad at all. You’ll know bad when you hear/see/read it, and are sick of it.
Live for the day and have a life goal. Goals do happen if you put them in mind because your subliminal mind does the trick for you. Think about computers for five years and watch how your style and attitude changes. Think about guys/girls for five years and watch how low your standards/class goes. That, in no means, meant that those who think about computers are better than those who think about finding partners all the time. They’re examples showing how when thinking about one goal the entire time, even if not actively, your brain does it for you. It prepares you and builds you towards it. Live to remember. Have fun. Don’t go doing illegal crap. Don’t go breaking your leg (although a good memory/laugh in the future, at least I hope it is). Go find a thing you do that calms you down. Find a thing that fires you up. Figure yourself out. Find a career that you enjoy doing. You’d rather live a life where you’re breaking even or falling behind a little bit at a time then going ahead for a bit again, seeing friends and having gatherings, than having a job that buys you a house and a brand new car during it’s first year, but you have to sleep with pills and soon can’t even go to work without more pills.
Pink is for the feminine aspect of this world. Black is for the masculine aspect for this world. I see peace and murder in them, respectively. Ladies and gentlemen, my masculinity has pink theories.