Looking for help. Thank you to all who read the entire note and left a comment. It is greatly appreciated.. Ijwe Verizon is 12: 31) AM (jimy 45% MD Home April 6
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User avatar #7 - MrMustacho (04/06/2014) [-]
anyone can find love and/or (meaningfull) friendship but it doesn't just appear out of nowhere
stop isolating yourself everyone in highschool feels awkward and alone
the populair kids don't know they're populair and the hot girl probably has an eating disorder (not all anorexics look like skeletor)
User avatar #6 - wba (04/06/2014) [-]
Keep your head up. Find a club or activity that you like and join it. People with similar interests with eventually get talking, friendships blossom.
User avatar #2 - leonhardt (04/06/2014) [-]
#10 - mohawkwarrior (04/07/2014) [-]
I went through a very morbid time in my life in which my brother was killed by white people, and being Native American, it made my view of the white world even more skewed. After his murder, I couldn't deal. I withdrew, I hated, and I became more recist than you could possibly imagine. The one person who stuck by me? A white man whose father had died in an accident.
He is now my greatest friend, and has been for over fifteen years. I love him as my brother, and my old hatreds have long since left my heart.
I realize that our stories differ greatly, but we can take the same idea from them. Somewhere there are always people that can heal your heart. For some, it is a lifelong friend, for others, they are fleeting friends who pass you on your journey through life. But they will touch you, and you will smile.
So today, I will offer you a sincere prayer, and a small piece of love from my heart. Take it with you and grow.
#9 - Ken M (04/06/2014) [-]
High School doesn't matter. No one remembers their childhood. What matters is what you learned. That **** makes you who you are.

You'll make it. I promise.
User avatar #8 - frky (04/06/2014) [-]
During my first couple years of high school and even earlier, I never pictured my life to be the way it is now. I didn't meet the guy of my dreams, but in 10th grade I met someone who ended up becoming my best and closest friend, and also my boyfriend. I had always thought I'd be alone, and I also had been very shy and stricken with social anxiety after switching school. So, what I'm saying is there is always hope that you'll find someone you can identify with. I'd also suggest talking to a psychiatrist about having social anxiety, because there's medications or therapy to help with that. Personally, I was on medication when I met my boyfriend and I think I owe some of the courage I had to talk to him and even to make the friends who introduced me to him, to the medicine. It helped balance out the low serotonin levels in my body, I guess.
Anyway, tl;dr there is hope and I can personally vouch for that.
#5 - ValiantPlatypus (04/06/2014) [-]
Live every day of your life like you are in the opening of an anime and you will never be upset again.
User avatar #4 - bothemastaofall (04/06/2014) [-]
People are overrated. The only people you need for social stuff are those that care about you. If no one cares about you, you're not missing out on much. If you want attention though: 1) sit at a new table at lunch, or 2) Do something cool, and you will find others with similar interest. I recommend programming, but then I'm a CS major.
User avatar #3 - supercookieduster (04/06/2014) [-]
dony worry bro. life's hard, but every days a new day. it gets better
User avatar #1 - prototypedaytona (04/06/2014) [-]
Your best years are definitely ahead of you, bro. You've got nothing to fret about.
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