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Hey thanks so much for the comment...that one help the most...I love ppl like you that leave such helpfull advice...yeah i planed to leave it alone for a little bit but i wanted my g/f to see it....just hard to write somthing that you really can't explain.."LOVE" so hard and so confusing but we can't live without it....LOl
Hey, Just wanted to thank you for commenting so often. I dont thank you much b/c my computer is very very very slow and it takes me a long time to post stuff. I used to post @ school but the idiots blocked it. I dont usually tell my ag or gender or race or stuff because then people will filter everything through that. A 16 year old cant write about love, a white girl cant write about oppression and a man cant write about unfairness. Etc. Not all people think that but a lot do and I really hate for people to see my writing as some sort of lie when really its not. It might be from a slightly unexplored perspective but its never set apart from something I feel. Anyhow, Im glad you like some of it. :) Thanks for being supportive. <3 Jack the Tripper
Thanks for commenting on Hearts and Thoughts they fade, Fade away. I actually got it from a relationship I had with my best friend. She is a girl but we have been friends for like 5 years now and she just got a boyfriend and she started drifting away. She has forgotten so much about our friendship that she made me cry on my birthday. So I decided to cut her out once and for all so that she won't hurt me again. I find it quite surprising how easy it was for her to forget me and, I her. So people grow and times change I suppose we're in the process.
In reply to your comment, child abuse is not something anyone can 'get over' as such. But those that cope the best learn to accept what has happened to them. Often it is helpful for them to learn more about it, as most are confused by what has happened and want answers for the way they were treated. It's a very confusing set of emotions because usually the offender is very friendly and gentle and manipulates the person so they often feel as though they have done something wrong. Once they have accepted that it was not their fault and that the offender has some very serious issues it is a step in the right direction. I'm sure you're aware that it is very difficult for victims of this type of abuse to trust and understand their sexuality and the love they receive from their partners. But it is possible for them to love and be in a functional relationship it just takes lots of support and patience. I wish you the best of luck and if your ever after any more advice just shout out :)