so i'm 16 years old and i'm single i don't know what's wrong with me because guys do actually find me attractive and they say it to me , at my highschool i just stand with my friends until each one goes to his girlfriend/her boyfriend and i just go find another group to talk to that's how i spend my breaks my hours at school and everything moving from a group to another different group. God and now they're all talking about the gifts they're gonna buy to their boyfriends and girlfriends and i'm just standing there thinking if i should buy myself chocolate or should i call my friends who study in pioneer highschool to ask them to go out ,
just writing this makes me feel so pathetic
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I have 2 brothers in the Marines, so, we know some Marine wives who are widows. My kids like to make cute cards and stuff (well, my 13-year-old son has kinda outgrown that, but, he still does this, at least). So, they make cards for these Marine widows, and we send 'em off.
Believe me, it's appreciated.
Since it's on a weekend this year, I'm gna take my two older kids (13-year-old son and 7-year-old daughter) to a local older folks' convalescent home. There's a lot of widows and widowers in those places, too. My son's a pretty good singer, so, he might put on some type of performance or another. My daughter's just gna hang out and make people feel better, because she's a 7-year-old girl, and 7-year-old girls are adorable.
Mb you could do something like that? Find some people who've lost their loved ones, and just give them the gift of yr time, in some form or another?
I mean, I detest the commercial-ness of the holiday as much as anyone, but, a lot of people don't, and I have enough empathy to realize that throwing my own views in their faces is not always the best course of action. Right?
I mean, I can't imagine telling a widow or widower, "Hey, buck up, this is just a fake bullshit holiday anyway." Uh, no. If it makes them feel sad, THAT certainly won't make them feel any less sad!2