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What Is The Worse Thing Anyone Has Ever Done To You?
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I am humbled by everyone who has sincerely shared and been so honest.
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All i could say i dont get close to no one where i am since im already used to being back-stabbed, get left behind, betrayed, lied to, bullied. I just keep up my kindness going even though been enduring alot of of bad stuff all 18 years up to i been trying to get friends all the time but now i dont go that much where someone is looking for a friend i just help out with any kind of work to show i am a good person usually half the time i get scolded harshly with words that i do wrong when im not in the wrong. And here is the most worst thing for me that anyone in my entire life has done this a so called friend asks me to go to meet up with another person in a restaurant thats been waiting that he will be there to hang out have food, and I being ended paying for it and no show by either both when i step outside to look either for both so called friends i dont see them, following day i see them I come up and ask them where they were say that "Dude we been waiting for you in the restaurant what happened?"

Im like thats my question to you guys where were you two i been waiting and looking around the place. after that i decided not to talk to no one in where i know ppl glaring at me that i bailed on them, which is not my fault.
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Well, a few years back I took in a high school friend who had been homeless and on the street for a while. We had dated previously so I felt I had to do something. She'd been heavily into drugs after HS(partly my fault which is another reason I felt compelled to do something) and ended up having a kid and having it taken away from her. Basically her life was hell and I did what I could to help her for 4 months but I insisted she try to get off the drugs. Eventually it became obvious she was still using heavily and not trying to stop and we fought about it, I left for a while to clear my head. In hindsight I'm and idiot but it was a life lesson none the less.

I came back to missing items that could easily be pawned off and things that were too big were smashed. I'm no saint by any means but I don't think I deserved what I got out of the situation. Yeah so that's the worst thing that's happened to me.
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My dad giving me the option to drop out of school in year 8.. I mean COME ON, what 15 year old wouldn't WANT to drop out of school??
Ruined my life.. Damn irresponsible parents..
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My dad pulling me out of school in year 8.. I mean COME ON, what 15 year old wouldn't WANT to drop out of school??
Ruined my life.. Damn irresponsible parents..


How did it ruin your life. No highschool diploma? get the GED instead. Not enough knowledge? Cliffnotes.com, every subject for free an its pretty good too. The one who ruined your life was you in relying on your ''irresponsible parents'' to tie your shoes for you. Is there a ifferent reason than what i stated?

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saksiss wrote:

My dad pulling me out of school in year 8.. I mean COME ON, what 15 year old wouldn't WANT to drop out of school??
Ruined my life.. Damn irresponsible parents..


How did it ruin your life. No highschool diploma? get the GED instead. Not enough knowledge? Cliffnotes.com, every subject for free an its pretty good too. The one who ruined your life was you in relying on your ''irresponsible parents'' to tie your shoes for you. Is there a ifferent reason than what i stated?



It's not just about the education, I used to be able to socialize with others, now that is physically IMPOSSIBLE. Sure I decided on my own to accept the offer and leave, but ANY 15 year old would choose the same no matter what way you look at it.

Any responsible parent in this would would never let their child do that. The education part, I'm aware of the online help but it's HARDLY the same as actually going to school, besides, I'm plenty intelligent as I am thank you.

All of this could have been simply avoided if he just let me be.
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saksiss wrote:


Jdaimond wrote:


saksiss wrote:

My dad pulling me out of school in year 8.. I mean COME ON, what 15 year old wouldn't WANT to drop out of school??
Ruined my life.. Damn irresponsible parents..


How did it ruin your life. No highschool diploma? get the GED instead. Not enough knowledge? Cliffnotes.com, every subject for free an its pretty good too. The one who ruined your life was you in relying on your ''irresponsible parents'' to tie your shoes for you. Is there a ifferent reason than what i stated?



It's not just about the education, I used to be able to socialize with others, now that is physically IMPOSSIBLE. Sure I decided on my own to accept the offer and leave, but ANY 15 year old would choose the same no matter what way you look at it.

Any responsible parent in this would would never let their child do that. The education part, I'm aware of the online help but it's HARDLY the same as actually going to school, besides, I'm plenty intelligent as I am thank you.


Im not saying your parents is not at fault here, im saying your to blame as well. You do a little to much remembering the past and not enough preparing for the future. Saying that it was your parents fault for the lack of educating (Im not saying you are not educated now) is denial. The moment you embrace your mistakes as your own is the moment you can fix them. For the social thing, Highschool isnt the only way to make friends.
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I know I am partially to blame and think too much of the past. But that's my personality, I hold grudges forever.
I also know highschool isn't the only place to socialize, but it's a big part of life and I just wish I could have seen it through. But hey, I guess that's why this world is completely useless.
Guess I have no choice but to look forward, what a pity.
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I know I am partially to blame and think too much of the past. But that's my personality, I hold grudges forever.
I also know highschool isn't the only place to socialize, but it's a big part of life and I just wish I could have seen it through. But hey, I guess that's why this world is completely useless.
Guess I have no choice but to look forward, what a pity.


I dont know about you but the future holds suprises and epicness waiting to become the present.

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saksiss

I know I am partially to blame and think too much of the past. But that's my personality, I hold grudges forever.
I also know highschool isn't the only place to socialize, but it's a big part of life and I just wish I could have seen it through. But hey, I guess that's why this world is completely useless.
Guess I have no choice but to look forward, what a pity.


Well, I think that the mostly part what you've said it's clearly true. It's obviously that highschool it's a big part of our lives... But there's not SO MUCH to blame your father for this, keep grudges from him will just make you troublesome, just let it go and look forward.
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Posted 1/2/13 , edited 1/2/13

Skarz wrote:


saksiss

I know I am partially to blame and think too much of the past. But that's my personality, I hold grudges forever.
I also know highschool isn't the only place to socialize, but it's a big part of life and I just wish I could have seen it through. But hey, I guess that's why this world is completely useless.
Guess I have no choice but to look forward, what a pity.


Well, I think that the mostly part what you've said it's clearly true. It's obviously that highschool it's a big part of our lives... But there's not SO MUCH to blame your father for this, keep grudges from him will just make you troublesome, just let it go and look forward.


Took me a minute to understand what you said, but I partly agree.
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a gay friend of mine lied to someone and said he was ''talking'' to me, then that spread around to a few people... anybody who wasn't close to me thought i was gay... then i called him down to my house and he started crying so i couldn't even beat him up because i would feel like shit, so instead i took his xbox controllers and shit that was in his car.. it's w/e, got over it in a week but that's prolly worst thing that's happened that i can remember
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I went to a party with a "friend" I knew for over 12 years to one of his other friend's houses. There were about 10 people there. They forced me to fight some younger guy there claiming they'd all attack me if I didn't. 1 of them blocked the door so I couldn't leave. I gave in and fought the guy. I won but felt terrible about it because he wound up on the floor bleeding and for a while I thought he wasn't breathing. I didn't have anything against the guy I fought at all. I even went to his house to hang out a few times before that.

Anyways after the fight. I still got jumped by everyone except maybe 1-2 people at the party anyway. I was a mess after that- had nosebleed/black eye etc. I tried to fight back but I feel I should have done better. I crawl on my bike and ride 3 miles home and never speak to those people again. Few days later my chained up bike gets stolen. Same guy I suspected then he brags about it later on saying I don't have proof.

I hate that memory. Some people can be so two faced. They are kind to you when you're alone with them and they need you but then completely disrespect you in public. I don't know why but I held back on my rage that day.

If you feel bad now- don't worry Time heals most things. Whatever you consider bad in your life now will just become a memory of the past.
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I don't even know. I seem to have forgotten all my negative thoughts.
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saksiss wrote:

My dad giving me the option to drop out of school in year 8.. I mean COME ON, what 15 year old wouldn't WANT to drop out of school??
Ruined my life.. Damn irresponsible parents..


I quit HS when I turned 15. I got my GED a few years later- it took less than 2 months to get and probably less than 10hours total including the tests. At first I felt really bad about by missing out on all of those experiences and whatnot. Eventually I just accepted life and worked to improve myself.

Your life is not ruined. You're still alive. I imagine that you can still walk, talk, move, think, you have a computer, you have resources available to you that others don't. If you had a billionaire who recently went blind and he was told he'd be that way the rest of his life then suddenly showed him an answer for all his money- he'd take it. Basically what we have- what others desire is worth incredible amounts.

Sure you missed out on HS but life isn't over. Most of the people I knew from HS are either in jail, flipping burgers, or living on welfare meanwhile I'm running my own business making over 130k a year. Social skills, money, anything you desire in this world is obtainable if you focus all your effort on it.

If you're worried about your intellect- check out math tutor dvds. When I left school I didn't even know geometry or basic algebra. Indulge yourself in books. I spent 4 years at college and I'll tell you this right now- I've learned more in my life from a handful of books that comprise my library than all of those 4 years in college combined. Learning practical applications is really a lot more helpful than theory.

If you're worried about missing out on social situations- don't. You're young and there's plenty of awkwardness left to experience. Everything in life is a skill that you can improve and grow on. Set up a social plan and get out there, start chatting up chicks, making new friends, and being who you want to be. No one is ever going to look out for your true interests except you. Everyone is too concerned with their own crap.

Good luck
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