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Posted by: cw (
Date: December 20, 2004 02:32PM

you think your in love but your really not life just seems worse than it normally is but can love really make your life better i don't think so i was in love with someone for three years and i went out with him but he turned out to be a complete jerk then what happened you probably wondered i did the worse thing you could possibly do i kept going with him and it just kept geting worse and worse so i finally dumped him after 7 months but he acted like a stalker kept watching me and telling his friends that i did it with him and still that wasn't true so does love really mean anything i mean i was only 12 ad that hapened i'm not that pretty but still but the worse was still to come one night when i was at home watching a movie with my friends i saw him out the window but i thought my mind was playing tricks on me

Re: love
Posted by: JohnnySansCulo (
Date: December 20, 2004 03:33PM

I liked the "lil miss perfect" poem better

Re: love
Posted by: lg (
Date: December 20, 2004 04:43PM

Cw, don't they use periods and commas in Wisconsin?


Re: love
Posted by: Marian-NYC (
Date: December 20, 2004 08:12PM

Dear CW,

Please find a real counselor and be careful about laying out your feelings this way on a website.

Strangers on the internet can be cruel, or make jokes that hurt your feelings, or ignore you completely. You really deserve to be listened to and to get a serious, personal response.

If you don't have a school counselor, then choose someone (an adult) that you know you can trust. If you can't think of anyone -- and sometimes it's hard to find the right person -- call any rape crisis line or assault center. Trust me, they will NOT laugh at you. They will understand how serious your situation is and they will have good advice. Also, if you just want to talk about it, they will just listen.

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