Aaawww,Timmbo...:sad: Its ok!Im sure they still love you,they just dont show it.
Anyway,the one thing that would make me the happiest in the world is to be the #1 tennis player in the world and to date Martina Hingis,that would be just great.
I wish i knew what it would take for me to be happy.
Maybe i need a man!! maybe i just need a best friend who is there for me.
im not getting along too well with my friends at the moment cos they are all in relationships and then theres me on my own.
College work - lets not even go there!
I am currently suffering eating disorder so that is just awful to live with Ive managed to keep it secret but my mother is beginning to put the pieces together. I feel like such an idiot i know its stupid to not eat properly i do biology A - level, and sports science its just i cant seem to stop.
Then i think my problems are soo pathetic and that there are trillions of people worse off than myself, and i want to be happy with what I have. I guess i just want to be loved. :hearts:
But for all you guys who are unhappy remember we're all here for each other and i give you my love. :hearts:
Oh Jessica, your problems are not pathetic, and I feel so much for you. You've been brave to post in this thread, and I hope you know that we're all behind you. I just wish I knew what else to say that would help in the slightest. Good Luck!
I want to start my study and finally finish it and get a good job afterwards, oh and that people finally start to look further then only how a person looks from the outside that would make me even more happy!
Jessica you should not make you problems small, an eatingdisorder is a very serious thing, I hope you can beat it!
aw jess...i hope you overcome your eating disorder
what makes me happy is not going to school...it's very weird...but i've always tried to get good grades and i thought in college it'll be somehow different. im starting to get really sick of it all. and when im in class i just want the hours to pass. i still do well but im not even studying anymore...hopefully this will pass, cos i'll feel bad for all the things my parents are doing, working hard to give me everything
Jessi - I think you're really brave for being able to say that your have an eating disorder. Don't ever think that your problems are less important than other people's, because -- they're yours! That immediately makes them important.
As insignificant as it may be, just know that you can always unload here on the board, and that your fellow posters are behind you 100%.
Best wishes to you, Jessi. I hope for you, the courage to persist, the strength to beat your problem, and the inner peace to love yourself for being you.