Out of the I’m a sweet January girl but if you piss me off I always have a pocket full of crazy shirt But I will love this whole universe of empty and uninhabited space, and in our little corner of it, our planet full of beautiful animals and plants, and then the many people still beautiful who have only a limited gift of emotional life, people struggling to feel among all these examples, you not only feel love and see the beauty in another person, you have overcome your fears and your circumstances and actually connected with this person you love. And married them. Love is not all there is to life, of course. Work and friendship and art and philosophy and many other experiences can make life good. As strangers here on the internet, we cannot know what is holding you back from that last barrier. Many people have suffered trauma in their lives, and perhaps you have too. Trauma can build barriers. Since you can love and see beauty in another person, there’s every chance you can knock down that last barrier, and love and see the beauty in yourself. Instead of first answering how to leave someone, let me ask you how this person is bad for you and why do you love him if he is bad for you? As always, if he is physically abusing you, look for a shelter, make a plan, and get to a safe place as soon as possible. If you do love someone who is abusing you, once you are safe, you will need help and counseling to understand and deal with your feelings in the situation. You do not want to get into a cycle of searching out and getting involved with people who abuse you.
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If it isn’t physical or emotional abuse, look at what you mean when you say you love him. How is he fulfilling the I’m a sweet January girl but if you piss me off I always have a pocket full of crazy shirt But I will love this needs for you that you associate with being loved and loving, and how are you fulfilling that for him? How also he is being bad for you? Is he holding you back in where you want to be in your career or personal growth? Is being with him keeping you stressed, causing you to drink or act in self-defeating ways. Do you love him despite him being bad for him, or do you just find it easier to stay with someone familiar, no matter what the circumstance, rather than facing the fear of the unknown? You have to weigh the good and the bad, the familiar and the fear and decide what will really be best for you. Personally, I think it is best to leave with as little drama as possible if that is what you decide to do. Be honest, but not brutal, be straightforward, but don’t apologize for being who you are. You can probably genuinely say that you are sorry that things didn’t work out, but don’t prolong the process. That simply prolongs the agony. If I found a suitcase with 5 mil, I would wipe my fingerprints off of it and ditch it. If I kept it I would be killed or arrested before I even had a chance to find true love. Having my emotions dictate me would’ve driven me insane — considering how insensitive and irresponsible the people around me were with my feelings. How crude and apathetic people were made me think; I was susceptible to being emotionally thrashed around, how could I let people manipulate me? Being vulnerable wasn’t a weakness to me — until I learnt it was when people use it to take you for a fool. As much as I wanted to trust people with all my heart — I simply can’t. I had to go against my wishful thinking and ideals of people being inherently and intrinsically good.I can’t help but begin my answer by saying there are so many issues facing children today that simply didn’t exist even ten years ago. With so much to fret over, including many fret-worthy issues related to technology, it’s almost confusing to see a question where a parent is concerned about a child’s love for reading. I’m not necessarily going to address your fear that her critical thinking will be affected. I don’t know if you’ve read much fiction yourself, but there tends to be a conflict, and often a resolution. There are plenty of life lessons throughout a novel, even without a happy ending. There is an abundance of problem-solving. You aren’t going to find complex emotional scenarios in a book about photosynthesis. I’m not putting down non-fiction, but…I’m just going to jump into my list of points I’d like to make. Be happy she is reading. Never deny her time to read, nor reading material. I had a TV in my room when I was 8, and it lasted me through college because I never turned it on. However, when my parents wanted to enforce punishment, they had to take my books away; they never succeeded, because I had them hidden all over the house. Fiction taught me how to be a person. That sentence might sound glib, but I believe it. Fiction taught me how to communicate more quickly, efficiently, and creatively than relying on peer interaction ever did. Fiction gave me the tools to problem-solve, to dream, and to have a genuinely more deliberate internal monologue. It affected not only my dealings with others, but with myself. I didn’t curse – at all – until after college, because I prided myself on using my words to describe my feelings. In fifth grade, a friend spread a rumor about me, and I wrote her a letter to tell her how I felt. There is a dark underbelly to being a voracious reader. I didn’t have many friends, because reading ‘The Good Earth’ in first grade doesn’t endear you to your classmates. My words-per-minute and accompanying comprehension was tested in both third and fifth grade, with my fifth-grade teacher calling me inhuman. That letter I mentioned in the above paragraph was given to the school guidance counselor, and I was locked in her office for three hours because I wouldn’t apologize for writing it.