Tag Archive for growing up

Humble Pie

I originally opened up this blog as a place to post my frustrations.  At the time, LiveJournal wasn’t cutting it.  Some stuff I would talk about would come back and bite me in the ass because there are people on my friends list that would attack me for it, when I wasn’t asking to be attacked.  After opening up this blog, I dropped so much heavy stuff, and I didn’t care.  Eventually I felt that I needed to vent on what’s I thought was wrong with cosplay and how to fix it.  But all that stopped when I met someone.  Someone really chill.

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It’s a Triggering Effect

Y’know I said that I should blog more, but I don’t.  But when I do, it’s something that’s really bothering me.  As I write what I am going to write, I am somewhat scared of what I’m going to say.  Only because I may lose friends over this.  I don’t want to, I truly don’t.  But I suppose that if I do, they really weren’t my friends in the first place… Well I want to talk about the terrible incident at UCSB on Saturday.  But what I feel that makes my post different is that I want to talk about how it makes me feel.  I’ve read what others have said and how others should be.  I just want to talk about my brief take on this…

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To Understand Does Not Mean You Concede

Discussions, conversations, arguments, debates will mostly have two sides to it.  It’s not often that one side will agree with the other.  We all have our reasons for believing and/or standing behind a statement.  At one time, I would stand behind my point and not give up until that person would concede, because I would verbally berate my view is the correct one.  In my field of work, you really can’t do that.  You have to see what you’re looking at, be reasonable, understand the points and then decide if you agree or not.  Key word being understand.  I think that’s something a lot of people forgotten about.

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So Me and My Ex…

Only a few people know the story of the breakup between me and my ex-girlfriend Mimi.  Oddly enough, after the breakup, the story went on for months.  It was mostly me.  I was the one trying to stay friends and find out the truth about things.  But honestly I should have know when she got more tight-lipped and I had to drag the truth out of her.  For the longest, I decided to keep this under wraps due to privacy between us and everyone else involved.  But if seems that some people like to tell my business and that end results of this took a serious emotional strain on me to where I couldn’t take it anymore.   So I guess now that I’ve let all of this sink in, I can tell my side of things.

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