My Final Message

Twelve years now, I’ve been scrambling through emotions, work, people, allergies, class after class after idiot after internal puzzles. I’ve been through a lot of crap in the time I’ve been in school, but nothing, and I mean NOTHING, in all my time on this planet has made me feel as desperate and depressed as a ten episode anime called Cyberpunk Edgerunners.

     Now while that’s only a slight exaggeration, it’s all I’ve been able to think about as of me writing this and I just couldn’t not mention it, anywho, I’m not here to talk about my emotions, I’m here to tell you everything you wish you knew before you came into high school, starting with my simultaneously most and least favorite thing on this planet, people.

     First of all, the majority of people are trashy and annoying, I’m sure you’ve figured this out by now. It’s hard to imagine anyone going through junior high and not wanting to smash at least one kid’s head with a fire hydrant. People like this are everywhere, you can’t avoid sucky people, however, something you might not realize is that anyone you may dislike very well could be a lot more like you than you realize, we’re all human, and no matter how it may seem, everyone feels the same emotions.

     Secondly, always be willing to admit that you could be wrong, in this wack world where seemingly infinite amounts of information that varies in terms of being correct are with us at all times, it’s almost absurdly easy for a single absurd detail to dismantle your entire stance, it’s happened to me and you more times than you could count, and I’m sure you rarely realize how often it happens.

     Third, if someone says they have a disorder, they don’t, if they say anything that should warrant giving them attention, it’s probably BS. If someone has a genuine disorder or issue of some sort, they won’t tell you unless you’ve known them for a long time, or it becomes prevalent. I’ve known my sister for my entire conscious life and didn’t know she was gay until a year ago.

     Lastly, life isn’t fair, don’t ever complain about something not being fair, complaining gets you nowhere, taking action does. Don’t expect other people to solve your problems don’t let intrusive thoughts win, don’t let your body make decisions, YOU are in control, make sure you know that, and make sure it stays that way, King.