One student to another: "How are your English lessons coming along?" baidu "Fine. I used to be one who couldn't understand the English men, and now it's the English men who can't understand me."
I am a 17 year-old high schooler who has depression, and has to deal with the fact that I might be bi, and I am afraid of this fact.
I have almost taken my life on multiple occasions, and I have all these built up emotions, and I finally need to say this stuff somewhere.
So, here I am telling the world. I am who I am, but how can I let the world accept who I am when all my friends I know for a fact
would not accept me. Wheww I feel better I just am thankful
Tommy: How is your little brother, Johnny? Johnny: He is ill in bed. He hurt himself.
Tommy: That's too bad. How did that happen?
Johnny: We played who could lean furthest out of the window, and he won.
A lot has changed for me over the last few months. New school, new friends, etc.
Turned 17 in January and got an iPad which is fab heh.
Have been kinda up and down, emotionally, so nothing new there.
Been ill the last few days. Had some tests done, had a blood test this morning. Found out I'm anaemic too, which explains why I've had like constantly dizziness/fainting/insomnia for aaages.
I'm hopefully gonna start getting on GT more often anddd
I'm sixteen and, unlike most of my heterosexual peers or likely even closeted homosexual peers, I have never had a single relationship in the entirety of my life. I've tried to meet people, either by dropping discrete hints about my sexuality (I don't want to "come out" publicly at school, because I'm only there for a few more months and I do not see why I should open myself to the opportunity of homophobic bullying during exam season), keeping a keen eye on my peers and even trying to