One thing I truly do not understand about Republicans…They are literally getting everything they’ve ever dreamed of. They are making women more oppressed, or as some say the Christian Taliban. People like Trump, Morrison and Johnson are looking for ways to protect Christianity even more. While being even harsher on people “not like them”. Trump’s probably never going to be impeached.
They are literally winning everything they’ve ever wanted. They are getting away with everything.
So, why are they STILL so angry?
Why in hell are there more mass shootings than ever before? Isn’t getting their way all the time, enough? Is it because they just sort of expected everyone else to jump on board with them?.
One of the comments that I get asked is “Do I get angry”
Yes, yes I do…I am human after all.
If I see an animal being abused, I get angry
If I see someone get bullied,I get angry
Do not bully children. I do not care how much of a “punk” you think they are. I’m looking at all those “adults” who bullied the Parkland students.
I don’t get so much “angry” with Trump supporters now…I just feel sorry for them. How dumb are they?!
Sometimes it does surprise me this question because hasn’t everybody at some point been angry about something? When I thought about it a little bit more though I started to realise that nearly everybody is angry about everything these days. Some of the guys I’ve known in my life have had terrible, just terrible ex girlfriends. You know the type, they had a bad night, so everyone else had better watch out. I’ve just never been like that.
As I suspect a lot of my readers are this way too.
I just don’t understand that way at all. I have always felt life is hard enough, why make it unnecessarily harder for other people?
It has literally taken me all this time to realise that my ex best friend pretty much accused me of treating her WORSE than her abusive boyfriend.
Bitch had better never unblock or bump into me.
I’m half laughing, half REALLY angry…Laughing because it’s only now just occurred to me not only did she say that, but the other two ex friends of mine would have known that she said that and STILL attacked me and said nothing to support me…There is no way on this earth she wouldn’t have told them what she had said.
I also don’t particularly like being told I’ve treated someone else worse than a abuser. When I’m the only one who was really helping her.
Every time I talk or write about them…I end up swearing, which is not good! -.-
Just to start off with, I do really love the whole idea of the “R U Okay” day (which is an Australian depression awareness day). I think it’s great to see so many people getting into it and asking people on their Facebook, Social Media sites “asking” people “R U Okay”.
Find out more about R U Okay day (from Australia).
The only problem I have with this idea is that as someone who suffers from depression, I don’t necessarily open up to someone who just asks me “Are you okay?”. I’m not sure about others, but a lot of people (myself included) when we are in the time of being depressed, I have SUCH a hard time telling anybody anything. Then what about the other 364 days of the year? I never heard anyone talk about it again. Plus people tend to say it on their wall, or post some link and that’s it.
I literally woke up letting people know that I had an extremely bad night, full of nightmares and tears…Only one person asked me “R U okay”…So as far as I am concerned, the whole day was a failure. Then people went to posting cute animals videos and posting political links that no one really cares about. In fact the best responses I got today was on my status on how great Lasagne is =S So even on a day dedicated to making sure people are okay, writing two different statuses only the positive one got any responses…What does that say?
So even if you felt like “R U Okay” is a bit of a let down (like me). I think anyway to promote awareness of depression and suicidal issues can only ever been a good thing. I repeatedly tell people that I am always here day or night. I don’t need one day to tell people that.