I’m not an American. So Obama’s ratings mean nothing to me. But the subject has now changed. You agree that women are not in the way as such as there simply isn’t enough going.
And change may not be good. Remember the Nazi’s were born from the ashes of their finances, and helped the working class fight….leading to the deaths of at least 62 MILLION people. And there are still those who would strike again. The situation is too delicate to try anything too radical, but at the same time there is no simple solution. Greed dug us the hole. But enforced unemployment won’t provide the ladder, it will only serve to make the victims of the pit vengeful.
Any action the government take will send ripples across not only the American economy but the global economy. And those ripples could either save us or screw us down. This time, we may not survive the war. This time, we have nuclear weapons, and deadlier machines. It is well and truly possible that if **** hits the fan now, we’re all doomed.
Let’s hope the men in suits know what they’re doing.
I’m an 18 year old who’s been in a pair of shoes much like yours. I was bullied for years, and when I snapped and scared them off, realised that they were the only human contact I was getting. Suicide seemed like a solution. But I came to realise it’s not.
Let me tell you why. I had everything ready. Suicide note written, no-one else in the house, nothing to stop me. But then a thought crossed my mind. Why do this? It’d seemed so obvious why I should do it….but when I really thought about it, why should I? I ended up writing a list of reasons why I should, and why I shouldn’t.
Think about how many people you will hurt with this. Your mother loves you. You said so. And yet you’d rather break her heart with your death than ask for help? How will she feel, her child dead before her, a child who couldn’t tell her what was wrong. Your friends? Your family?
Watch this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VH9CxM6o-eI Maybe this will give you some perspective.
- written 1 year, 8 months ago – voted for by Sans
[quote R0MPaige]She’s blaming others for her guilt, because it’s easier?
Everyone does it. Ask anyone who’s worked retail -_-
The problem is probably with the bi-polar. I realize how hard it is to take that kinda crap but if you still want her around you’re going to have to be the bigger one here and try not to let her opinion matter to you. It’ll be hard, but ultimately if she won’t resolve issues with you, it’s the only way I can think of that’ll help. - written 2 months, 1 week ago
If she has bi-polar, then it may be that her condition is preventing her from being a good parent/grandparent. It makes things so much harder to see with any deal of perspective.
It’s quite possibly a bit of both. She feels guilty that your upset with her, and so projects this as the “brat” thing because it’s easier to blame others than take responsibility.
In that situation I’d say more guilt that she’s taking up the other grandparents time with the grandchild and she feels too afraid of your reaction to try and set up her own time to be with them. If she brags about having a grandchild and wants pictures it’s a good sign that she wants to be a part of the kids life. Maybe now would be a good time to see if you two can calmly (maybe with a neutral party on hand) talk it out and “fix” some of the things that went wrong? - written 2 months, 1 week ago
If you leave it there, it’ll die on it own (starvation). If you don’t want it there, carefully slide a piece of paper under the jar (assuming it isn’t already sealed) and either throw it out a window or down the loo and flush it out. If you choose the latter, probs best to throw some loo roll in afterwards to bugger up it’s ability to swim.
If you can’t do that, just keep it in the jar until someone else is around to get rid of it. - written 4 months, 1 week ago