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Question huffing to hide emotions? - June 9th 2009, 07:58 AM

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Okay, me and my mom have been going through a rough time. I've been in therapy, I've been ditching school, she's taking me out of public to be home schooled, she figured out I was pansexual... eh. So recently I tried huffing after I nearly through a cup at my mom's head. She said "If pansexuals like everything, does that mean you like to fuck dogs too?"

Instead I ran into the bathroom, took a can of hair spray and stayed in there for like twenty minutes, I came out happy as a freaking clam. My mom had left somewhere and I just sat down on the couch and laughed until I was almost crying. It was amazing. Not in a good way, but a dazzling way.

I KNOW huffing is bad and kills of brain cells and crap, but really, I don't care. I really just don't care. I'd rather risk dying than living like a anxious (I have nerve problems according to the doc), angry teenager. What's the point of living life if all living does is make you want to die? So, in and ending, why should I or why should I NOT keeping doing what I'm doing to keep my cool?

"For him who thence could solace bring
To his lone imagining-"
dude...that's deep.
I mean, like, DUDE.
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Re: huffing to hide emotions? - June 11th 2009, 03:55 AM

Because there is always a way out. I have a feeling you do care about what you're doing or else, why would you bother giving anyone here the time of day to listen to your situation? I'm sorry you have a bad family life, but there's a way to fix that. You can report your mother if she's really that awful to you or try finding another family member to live with or try to get emancipated. You could try getting a job if you don't already have one and start saving up some money to take care of yourself, because in the long run, being independent and taking care of yourself feels wonderful and instead of huffing a can of hair spray, you can make something of yourself. Don't waste such a precious gift of life that was given to you. Take the shit parts and throw em away. Start a new and better chapter of your life.
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