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LOVE AND PEACE
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Man, i can't believe i failed almost all my classes this semester just cuz i was so freaking lazy. I knew homeschool was a terrible idea for me. I'm so glad i'm moving to utah so i can go to real school. Honestly tho, if i have to be held back, i don't know what i would do. Everyone would think i'm stupid. I'm really not, i'm just incredibly lazy. I'm just incredibly mad at myself right now. I can't believe i did this to myself.

I'm such a failure.

I've failed at life.

Here comes the depression again. I thought i was doing better, i thought i was finally happy. Gosh dangit now i'm gonna be really depressed again.
 

Ventus

Mad haters lmao
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Akkala
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I've failed at life.
No you haven't. So you failed at high school/college. Did your life stop? Are you dead? No. All it means is you have to take an alternative route. You might have to work harder in school, or you may have to get a job earlier than you expected. You haven't failed at life. You simply took a different route than other people might have taken. And trust me: your route is not a solitary one. So many people are going, have gone, and will go the way you have. I have done it - with college mind you - I didn't earn the grade I needed to make. So relax man. Take a deep breath, evaluate the situation (NOT on the basis on social stuff...honestly most of the people that you desire to gain approval from will disappear from your life if you're in high school), and make the moves that you're most comfortable making.
 

Blue Canary

Your Friendly Neighborhood S***poster
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Right Behind You
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Trash Can
After Monty Oum died, I felt really bad because, even though I wasn't personally a big fan of his work, a lot of people in the online communities I am in are big fans. And it got me thinking, no one "famous" that I would say I was a big fan of, or who I look to for inspiration, has ever died; At least, not in the time I have known about them. And thinking about it, both John Linnell and John Flansburgh are getting up there in years. They aren't super old, and probably continue living for a while longer, but still. Those men practically wrote the soundtrack of my childhood, and if one of them were to die, I would probably have a major breakdown. And even someone younger, like Dan Avidan or another YouTuber, what if they got in an accident? I don't know what I'd do. Would I be as depressed as if someone I knew in real life died, or would I forget about it in a few days? I mean, yeah, I didn't know them personally, but they've still had a large influence on my life. And then Miyamoto. Miyamoto can't live forever. What will happen to the world.
 

Ventus

Mad haters lmao
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I'm grateful that I do not share in some problems that others do. I am grateful for all I have. I am content with the things I have despite wanting more.
 

Kylo Ken

I will finish what Spyro started
Joined
Aug 10, 2011
Location
Ohio
People act so damn tough and condescending on the Internet. I'd like to see you act half as tough in front of someone's face.
I know, some people have a word for them, "Keyboard Warriors." I forgot where I heard that, though. I often think of what would happen if we met everyone we've spoken to over the internet. The internet is a place for barks, not bites.
 

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