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..............Who Cares

Posted by who cares at July 28, 2011
Tags: 2011 July  Meaninglessness  Philosophical

When you are young, the world seems like a cool place. There are objectives and mile markers you have yet to see. It all seems very exciting. Then you get out of high school and you start working. You work really fucking hard and you finally get a girl friend and get laid. Then you start fighting about 4 or 5 months in for some unknown reason. Then you realize that every relationship you will ever have after that is subject to the same mechanically driven process that nobody can take a step back from and realize it could be stopped. Once you realize that relationships are doomed to repeat the same nasty cycles of infatuation, complacency, bickering, full on fighting and then the eventual break up then life REALLY starts to suck. It comes down to predictability. Once you start predicting with accuracy what is likely to happen in future situations, all you want to do is stare at the wall and smoke weed until you die with the same nagging, shitty questions that have never and will never be answered all alone choking on vomit and cursing your own blatant human ignorance....


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By Alayne at 15,Sep,11 23:14

Wow. Sounds like you need some help, and, pardon me if I'm wrong, you sound like you're still pretty young. What are you 20? 25? You may be repeating the same mistakes, but that is because you don't know how to change them. I'd be a little more worried if I was 65 and lamenting a life of failed relationships. You and relationships don't have to be doomed. That is a cognitive distortion. It is the basis of all negative thoughts. You are predicting the future, and it is factually impossible for anyone to do that. You could change your depressive thinking with the right tools. It you really want a meaningful suggestion: therapy and "The Feeling Good Book" worked for me. Watch, someone will think I am trying to sell it. You probably can request it for free at the library. Good luck to you.

By anonymous at 16,Sep,11 12:09

If it has tits or tires, you will have problems with it. So true.

By JoeySmokey at 02,Dec,11 09:37

Haha this entry was a quite funny ('Funny because it's true' as one often says). The last part cracked me up
"all you want to do is stare at the wall and smoke weed until you die.."
Amen to that

By anonymous at 02,Jul,12 20:30

This is why got invented hookers. Yes, with a hooker you pay up front, but in the long run it's cheaper than alimony and therapist bills from a screwed up relationship.

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