Just put it away
Listen to what I say
Darling you’ll be ok
I know how you feel
Hope seems unreal
Feeling so alone
You’re forgotten in your own home
This life you cannot bare
And no one seems to care
You’re lost and so alone
No one even knows
Your left all on your own
Don’t you just hate those times when you need to do some work for school or open a document somebody emailed you but need Microsoft Office installed?
Have you ever forgotten or lost your memory stick with all of your work on?
The sensation, the beautiful sensation of the blade crossing your wrist. You do it once, you just fall into doing it again and again and again. If you don’t, you just feel awful, you just miss the blade too much. You feel depressed and feel the blade calling. It’s a release. You feel it’s the only release to whatever pain you are going through. You know it isn’t, it doesn’t help you, it makes you worse, but the temptation is just too great to follow what you know.
Life does bring so much pain
Life does make me feel so awful
Life just is so confusing and doesn’t make sense at times. I just forever get lost on this straight never ending road.
Things always seem to not go the way I planned. There is just so many things which I cannot count that make life hell. So many things I could blame God for.No matter what happens though, I will not curse God.
If you say you haven’t ever had an addiction, you know that it ain’t true. In life, we all will go through an addiction in some form or factor. You may not realise it, but I bet every single person reading this has an addiction or two.
Have you ever used Google’s Chrome Operating System?
Do you like what Chrome OS offers but are not fond of the still limited choice of Chromebook devices?
If you own a laptop or computer sitting around, given about two hours you can have a very nice Chromebook at your hands.
Read on to find out how.
Life is tough, and it gets tougher every breath we take, but for every individual breath, life also gets better..
The more we try, the more we push along even in our darkest of times, the more rewarding life becomes.