November 9, 2013
Those who feel that there is no wrong way to feel likely feel only the right feelings.

Got that?

Well maybe you will get it if you get that getting someone else only happens when you get that others don't get that other people might get them if they confessed to what they don't get. No?

Well get this.

I care about people who don't care about me.

I cry far more often than I can explain why I'm crying.

I feel lonely in the presence of other people.

I spend a lot of time worrying about being old and unaccomplished, though I'm very young.

I miss people who were unkind to me.

I constantly pretend I'm not jealous.

I do good deeds for the wrong reasons.

I apologize when I've done nothing wrong.

I have things I don't deserve, no matter how thankful I am for them.

I've found out I'm not very good at things I used to think I was great at.

I hate without understanding why.

I feel discouraged when I see achievements better than mine.

I sometimes feel guilty for not feeling guilty.

And when I confess,

I confess to smaller sins, so I can hide behind them that which I am most ashamed of.

Get it?

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