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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Teen Angst

Hi readers,
   I want to talk today about the topic of teen angst, possibly the worst thing you can be cursed with. All teens are different; some are introverted, others are very rambunctious, and I high majority of them are very moody. Now, I myself, is/are? an introverted teen. In a sense, I don't like getting out much unless it's something that really interests and automatically gives me a reason to get out of my cacoon. I don't like working with people, and the only people I'm really social with are friends and family, certainly not strangers. I'm also not a big fan of kids, I am quite the opposite of the baby sitter criteria. If you asked me if I think kids are cute or annoying, without even thinking I would say they are annoying. But after all, that's just my personal opinion, and that's all this blog is structured on. Opinions. Now getting to the real topic, the all
mighty teen angst. It makes you a different person, a evil species of some sort. I have quite a severe case, and I'm not sure where I got it from because both of my parents are uber-chill. They are elite group of people I am not moody with. But I went through some tough stuff in life, plus this, so most of my friends think I'm empathetic. Back to saying I had a severe case, I pretty much am the stereotype moody teen. I explode at the most stupid things, I feel sorry for myself when there are worse things out there, and most of all, I have mixed feelings about things. Half of the time, what I say or think is wrong, according to other much wiser people called adults. I believe in all that romance crap, which in the end, never really happens unless you find a hopeless male romantic. But I am used to reality by now. I learn that even though I have a low self-esteem, there are teenagers out there that take it to the point of missing out on growing up. I also learn that there are many sensitive people out there with their own opinions, and that I shouldn't be so pushy about mine. For the most part, it's hard because I'm picky, but I do it because I know it will be much easier for everyone out there to survive with me. Haha.  “The boys and girls in the clique. The awful names that they stick. You're never gonna fit in much kid, but it you're troubled and hurt, what you've got under your shirt will make them pay for the things that they did!” 
― Gerard Way              
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P.S. Sorry that this blog was really long, I just needed to vent out to something....

1 comment:

  1. I'm an ISTJ introvert. BTW I'm not a weirdo stalker, I just like your blog and sometimes commenting is just as fun as blogging.

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