I don’t know what else

Posted: January 24, 2010 in January

I don’t know what else 2 do. I can’t be u. I can only be me. What ur trying 2 make me is something i can’t be. Get over it!

  1. gemarrs says:

    Interesting to read a short post like this.

    I have a friend who has cornered them self into a bind, limiting them self with a belief that makes them static, never changing, never growing, never adopting other ways of looking at them self or life. The “me” is not able to be whatever shape it chooses, even if for a moment.

  2. alice says:

    well i just hate how my dad won’t let me be me. i am a punky kind of person. if i have something on my mind, you’re going to hear it. i want to dress the way i want to. i don’t want to be the person he wants me to be…

  3. gemarrs says:

    Sounds like the typical teenage life. Right now, this is who you are. As a father myself, I think all fathers should let their kids be whoever they are going to be at different stages of their life (under the condition they are not doing things to harm themselves mentally, physically, or in dignity). I think the thing your father should be paying attention to is helping you be as open in communication to him as possible. If he confided (trusted) in you and who you choose to be, then I’m sure you would be more able to open up to him. Afterward, what he’s probably trying to get at in the first place (the bottom line), might come through better, and I’m sure when it comes down to it, he’s just concerned about making sure you are making wise decisions for yourself about different things in life at this point.

    Wow, that was longer than I intended, lmao. You get what I mean. Sorry for the rant. lol!

  4. alice says:

    u don’t sound like a father. must be a young dad. my dad is very 1 sided. it’s all about him and my interest means nothing…i sometimes wonder if he realizes that i never want to come back after i move out.

  5. gemarrs says:

    Age certainly has nothing to do with it. It’s more a matter of how we live and how we were brought up. I lived a portion of my life under the shadow of somebody who tried to puppetize me. They failed to prove their ability to father their own kids, and so it made me realize how to be better than that.

  6. alice says:

    sounds like my dad. but still you do sound like a young dad.

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