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originally posted by everybodyhatesbrent-deactivated
How Do You Cope With A Fathers Death?
I lost my father when I was 19. He died at the ripe age of 54.
I will let you know straight up that it is hard and it will inevitably change you in some capacity. It may make you stronger. It may not. But allow yourself to have your experiences, they are here for you to understand and grow from.
There’s no time limit on healing. Take it as slow or as fast as you want, but don’t push down any thoughts, feelings or emotions. If you do, you will only deal with them later on in life, that is a promise.
I don’t believe in always airing your problems. In fact, I think people talk about their problems way more than what is actually beneficial. The release of pressure can itself become an addiction. When you deal with your loss, contemplate it, take a quiet moment away from distraction. Observe what it is you’re feeling or thinking. Get acquainted with the reactions and learn to become aware. This is where true healing begins.
I’m not regretful for my loss. Life on this planet constitutes life and destruction on it’s own terms, not ours. This was never meant to be a painful process. On the opposite side of loss is something else to be gained if you allow yourself to see it.
Remember him. The good times, the bad times and everything in-between. But at the same time, and in time allow him to go.via Lacey Danielle (via fuckyeahconfidence) tagged as: This has helped me cope with the loss of my Grandma.
reblogged from fuckyeahconfidence
originally posted by fuckyeahconfidence
but I think I have ended up where I needed to be. Douglas Adams
Some of you have the audacity to treat your parents like shit because they enforce a curfew, make you do homework, because they flat out CARE. You should be grateful that you have parents who take care of you, who work their asses off to provide for you, who let you disrespect them constantly and are still there to pick you up when you fall, and most importantly be grateful that your parents are still alive so you can continue treating them terribly.tagged as: Missing my parents and I'm tired of ungrateful bitches.
withoutlimitations asked: Why does it matter?
You probably have people who will tip better or be more willing to give you a shot at things because you're attractive. Sure, I'll admit to that. But being attractive isn't about just genes anymore, exercise, grooming, fashion, there's a lot that goes into it and so even though I wasn't ever considered that attractive growing up once I learned how to take care of myself I became reasonably attractive. I think a lot of people (not everyone mind you) can increase their attractiveness by a lot if they decide to put in the effort. That in itself is a skill just like studying or working hard is.
Further, to the guy who said you wouldn't have money if you weren't pretty. Have you ever been to a diner? I saw one of the guys commented about cement-laying, he claims to be a Detroiter (everyone who lives anywhere nearby says they're from Detroit). Have you seen some of the girls who work in the diners? How about strip clubs? A lot of those girls are pretty but end up broke and broken.
A pretty face can only get you so far, I don't know how hard you work because I don't know you, but I will say that you're obviously doing something right. Keep it up and disregard dumbasses who will judge you only for your looks, and that means those who will appreciate you just for your looks as well as those who would degrade you for it.
I read it but I don’t really have a response it made me too happy lol
Anonymous asked: damn so much hate on you for no reason
Oh well like I’ve said a million times before.. I just let em hate and watch the money pile up. =)
Did I miss the memo? Some of you people are too much.. You want women to be independent, attractive, driven, etc.. But when you find one you have to point out that they wouldn’t be were they are without their looks. Why can’t people just appreciate a hard working woman?tagged as: Vent. Rant. People irritate me ugggh.
Anonymous asked: You wouldn't have anywhere near that much money in the bank if you were born ugly. Be glad you are attractive and actively work unlike the other attractive girls who skate through life on looks alone.
I’ve worked at a tanning salon since I’ve been 16 it took me 4 years to save that much money up, it has nothing to do with my looks, it has to do with my drive and ambition, I demand respect I don’t want people to think I’m just another pretty face, with a rack who gets everything handed to her because she does a little something extra on the side.
If I wanted to degrade myself and make money I’m pretty sure I could put on a tight mini skirt, low cut shirt with my cleavage hanging out and be a secretary for an older man with wandering eyes and hands, but I refuse to lower my self worth to earn a little more cash or get me places.