This photograph is worth 1000 times more than a picture of a bottle of nail varnish or food etc. Only about 10 of my followers will reblog this, and the rest will not. It won’t spoil your blog. God bless him.
be strong little man
Let me tell you about this girl… She is the love of my life, the mother of my beautiful daughter, and the most amazingly beautiful girl I have ever seen bar none. I met this lovely lady when i was just a troubled teenager at the age of 15 yrs. old, and I knew once i saw her, that I wanted to be with her. It wasn’t just her appearance that caught my eye, but her amazing personality that she had when we started a conversation. I liked her so much, that I couldn’t stop thinking about her, no matter how much i tried. This may sound like such a good story so far, but the worse part is about to come up, she had a boyfriend already. Once I heard this, i was shattered, confused and very emotional. I knew she would be worth fighting for, but I had no idea as to how I would approach the situation. I started hanging out with her, which only made it harder for me knowing that we couldn’t be together because of her boyfriend… but once I found out that her boyfriend had moved up state, I knew this was my chance to make her mine, and if i hesitated any longer, I would lose her forever. Being the shy little boy I was (also not very handsome) I knew I had to break the ice casually. Luckily for me she invited me over to watch movies, I could not describe how happy I was at this moment. I dropped everything I was doing just to go see her. As we were watching the movies she had gone upstairs to change into different clothes, and came back and sat next to me (I know this sounds ridiculous, but my heart was beating so fast) I felt like I was going to have a panic attack. But sadly the night came to an end much sooner than I had hoped. The next day when she invited me over, I knew that if i didn’t take a risk… she would lose her interest. Realizing this, I knew i had to go for it no matter how scared I was. As i left that night and she walked me out I swallowed my fear and went for it (man was that kiss electrifying) and at that moment I knew it was well worth the risk. After that had happened, we finally started dating, after a good 3 months of knowing each other and trying to move out of the “friend zone” we officially were boyfriend/girlfriend… my enthusiasm was abnormally high. We went on dating for nearly 3 years, when it sadly ended, but not because we didn’t love each other anymore, but simply because of our circumstances, she had left san diego and moved to texas because of her parents. I was so devastated I didn’t know what to do. I couldn’t smile, or laugh without faking it… and I blew so many people off. I wasn’t myself, I was so deeply affected by this I realized that it had to be for a certain reason. I was so madly inlove with this woman, that it brought me to tears to even think that I was incapable of holding her anymore. Then a long 9 months later, I had the opportunity to leave and be with her once more… I was so happy when I reached my destination and made it back into her arms. 3 months later we both had left to korea to be with her parents once again, and 2 short months after I returned to san diego to try and improve my shitty life. Sadly the distance between us proved once again to be too much strain on our relationship, and once again it sadly ended. 2 girlfriends and 1 year later I’m still madly inlove with this girl. Realizing that she had taken me from a troubled teenager, and turned me into a smart, responsible young man. I’m so grateful to have her in my life, and will never fully understand how I was so lucky to find this amazing love when I wasn’t searching for anything. I love you Maria Arceli Vitto Silva Miller….
forever n always est. ~*05-25-08*~
I will never be incapable of loving you as long as I live.
A natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one’s circumstances, mood, or relationships with others
Lets get started on this… one of the most complicated things about us humans are emotions. The real question behind this is do you understand and express them? or do you hide them and act different? some people express their emotions, some don’t, and some are controlled by their emotions. The people who understand and express emotions are the people who are truly meant to be in your life, others who don’t shouldn’t. If you are upset by something or hurt, do you want to talk to someone who understands and can relate? or someone who makes fun of it and can not sympathize?
People who understand emotions and can express them will be the best people to turn to when in need. They can relate or sympathize to the best of their ability and let you know that you’re not alone. These people are like your security blanket when you wake up from a nightmare. They can be your sword and your shield when times get rough.
People who hide their emotions and act tough or heartless, etc. will not be there when you need them. They will either make fun of the situation, or not know how to comfort or sympathize with you. They will find a way out of the situation the best and quickest way possible, usually by upsetting you more, and simply blowing you off. This is not a true friend.
People who are controlled by their emotions are of no help as well. They will simply over sympathize or turn it into their situation whether it benefits you or not. They will take your situation and make it into a completely situation by simply being over emotional, or trying to get you to sympathize for them. You do not want to turn to these people when you need help simply because they will only try and benefit themselves in a situation like this. These people cry over everything and nothing at the same time. They will find the smallest, and sometimes the most irrational thing to cry about. In example, ” OMG! my cat ran away yesterday, but he came back 2 hours later… i was so worried.” or ” My mom won’t let me go out because my room is messy…” again those were just examples, but i have had people say those to me.
The most confusing people of all, are the people who understand emotions, but can not express them. These people seem perfectly fine in the worst of situations, but at the same time are dying on the inside. It’s never easy to deal with a bad situation, but everyone has their ways of doing so. In example, my grandmother from my mom’s side had a sister, who passed away when I was only a kid (can’t remember exactly how old i was.) All of my family cried, and mourned, I however was unaffected by this. I’m not saying i don’t understand my emotions, but I was simply incapable of expressing them. Instead I seemed perfectly normal, until i had turned 12. At the age of 12, i started crying over everything… falling, stubbing my toe, not being able to do something correctly my first attempt at it, etc. I started compulsively eating until I became severely overweight. I was a 4’ 9” 12 year old who weighed close to 220 lbs. The reason this all happened was because I was incapable of expressing myself, so I found other ways of doing so.
Emotions are very confusing, and can be tough to deal with. But if you ever find yourself in a situation that you believe should be affecting you differently, don’t bottle up your emotions and put them away. Instead, find a way to express them, or find someone who can sympathize with you, and help you express them. These are your TRUE friends, the one who you can always rely on when you need them.
Every child deserves a chance to be young. I know that it wont hurt you to reblog this and show everyone how beautiful these children are. Reblog if you care.
i saw this on tlc :| befor they their happy children(,:
Noun: The faculty of reasoning and understanding objectively, esp. with regard to abstract or academic matters.
Everyone has this side of them, why most choose to ignore/hide it, is beyond me. I would much rather understand something completely/some what, rather than be scared of it and question it later on. I would just like to see people actually apply their intellect to their life. makes choices based on knowledge, not emotion.