Let It Out, Whenever You Need To

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You should let your expressions and feelings out whenever you need to. Keeping it in is not so good. Once you let it out, you'll feel a lot better. Like, a weight has been lifted off of your shoulder.

Submitted: October 31, 2012

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If you are ever feeling sad, or depressed and you feel like you need to vent to someone, do so. Talking to someone is a good choice. Keeping it in for so long can build up a lot of emotions you have already had. It is okay if you cry. Crying is actual one of the best reasons to let it out because, most people don't like to talk. They are shy. So, you can cry and let everything what you need to get out; out. Don't take things on yourself. That is never the answer do letting things out. Talk to someone, cry, scream, etc. Do whatever you need to do to make you feel better. Doing something upon yourself is only making it worse. Once you let all of it out, all the emotions, and thoughts you had kept in, is gone. You will feel relieved. This might sound a little weird to you, but to a lot of other people, it works. It also might work for you. People have different ways of expressing there feelings, but self harm is not the answer to letting it out. It never was, it is not now, and it never will be. When you are mad, do the same thing. Let it out, talk to someone. That is the best thing to do. Instead of sitting there thinking of everything, let it out. Less worrying, and more smiling! Your beautiful, and don't let your emotion bring you down. Talk to someone. I'm always here. Smile, it looks good on you. I am hoping this helped you, and you have thought about this. Enjoy your day, or night. I love all of you beautiful people. Were all the same, don't worry. We all know what we go through.


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