Postings with tag: esteem
esteem, self, love, depression, life, beauty, confidence, heart, low, pain, ego, girl, abuse, become, conscience, death, depressing, disorder, eating, high
October 19, 2012
A logical guide toward living by grace and love, utilizing the benefits of neuro-plasticity, logic, the wisdom of pious religions, and common sense.
This is just a summery of what I'm feeling like right now. I think I'm suffering from a mix of depression and low self esteem. I'm a little better, but I'll still need more time.
A girl that's been in love with a guy for two years, but he pays absolutely no attention to her. He only notices that she's so unconfident with herself, lacking self-esteem in any way possible. There's an interesting twist to the story in the end.
Another Indian setting! A very important thing - don't ever conclude that India will be like this. India is far more fantastic. This is just a scene. THIS SCENE DOESN'T REFLECT INDIA IN ANY WAY. I'm telling this because in my previous writ 'a story of nobody', instead of taking…
James finds an unexpected letter when he opens a book one day. It seems that the person who wrote this needs a friend, needs to talk to someone. But is it too much for James? He already has to deal with sixty-four children, a girl with self esteem issues, and…
Sam is a sweet 16 year old girl with a problem. She absolutely hates herself and can find no good in her. She does what she can to self improve, but nothing seems to work. Her family and friends don't suspect anything, or do they? she thinks everyone else is…
This is dedicated to an amazing young women which I'm lucky to call untill this day to call my best firend. She has been fighting to find her self for some time now, this poem is just to acknowledge the incredible amount of strength she has and her ability to…
If I thought I had a style I would say this poem fits into quite well, consider this a sequel to my previous poem "Pursuit of a Teen Romance" they share similar themes although I think this particular poem is taking the feeling of isolation a little further. I'll let…
Okay, so I was writing a speech about teenage depression and while I was writing, the phrase "what is it about beauty that pains people so" crossed my mind. And I was like, "wait a second, that sounds like a poem!" And off I went on my quest to write…