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There is Nothing I can do About it
I have heard these words too many times.
He said that we just have to deal with it and move on.
Then 10 minutes later he would say maybe this wouldn't have happened
If you would have just stood up for yourself.
He told me to stand up for myself when my parents and friends were pulling me down.
To fight for what I thought was right. He would encourage me so much that I thought I could do anything.
Then I would finally agree with him and he would just say oh well I don't think it will happen.
He tossed me around like an old torn up hacky sac no one wanted.
Then I would loose everything he told me and just go back to where I was before.
Back to the begining where I couldn't even do anything about it.