This song isn't about sticking by someone who is playing you, it's a song about how yours and another person's mental illnesses/conditions can warp your mind. This is a song about frustrations regarding dealing with all of this. The weeks of no talk when you're trying to be there but don't get acknowledged.
I'm more patient than my emotions like. I know we have our own issues in life, and I don't want to throw mine onto others.
Being made to feel bad when you have an exam or something else stressful enough the next day, it doesn't help when someone lays down more stress on your table.
It’s April, Autism Awareness Month and I want to this year give awareness about how damn hard it is creating and keeping friendships when you have Autism or any seen/unseen disability and/or mental health condition, by doing exactly that, or at least do what I can to try and do that.
This is my story for thanksgiving. The meaning behind “Bus Friends”, everything I didn’t quite tell other than to my closest friends. If you are struggling with friendships or relationships, give this story a read. I hope it inspires you as out of everything I have written on my blog, this has just got to be one of the hardest things to write. That’s partly why I am putting it out here, because I do not want to write about it any more.
“Learning the Game” by Buddy Holly is such a great song with such a true message.
We will have our hearts broken more than once, we will have our hearts played with more than once. We likely will be cheated on more than once by another lover.
Yea, cheating and heart playing is not a very very forgiving thing, but at the end of the day, it’s their loss.
Sometimes in life, bad things happen and sometimes in life, those bad things cost us lives. Sometimes it is our fault, other times it is not, but no matter what, we always seem to blame ourselves. We blame ourselves for even trying and are mad at our mistakes.
We blame ourselves for breaking hearts, and we blame others for breaking ours. It hurts, it hurts bad, and it gets harder every single time.