theres alot i should be posting but.....
By taintedlove
8/19/2011 1:32:28 AM
Ill do that later.
I wanted to know if any of you are missing memories from your life.... i can hardly remember when I was 11 and 12.....

Also im ok. Im just going through things and i had a crappy bday on the 17th. I really wish at timea it would have been better if i werent born.


not the only one    
"Trust me, you are not the only person to have ever wondered that very same thing. The truth is that if you were never born then you wouldn't be here right now. The other side of that is that you have the potential to grow so much from this. Things always seem horrible when you are right in the middle of it, just give yourself some time, try doing things that make you happy.

About the whole missing memories I don't know what to say other than I don't necessarily remember when I was 11 or 12 either, I just know that it happened. I don't remember things by how old I was when it happened. I just remember specific moments, I could probably think of a lot of things that happened to me at those ages, I just don't remember those things by going back in my mind to when I was 11 or 12. I hope this helps. You are not alone and myself and I'm sure many others here have felt that same way.

Ask Him for help and you will get it. Just ask."
posted at 01:47:03 on August 19, 2011 by blindman
Never give up    
"Each day I wake up and look in the mirror. I tell myself "no matter what I will never give up." You are of value to many people and probably some you don't even know. Each day I have to focus on something good in life. I have had many moments of despair and wanting to give up. Prayer has carried me through and wonderful people who have reached down to help me out.

I really don't remember much about my childhood either. Not sure what to say about that. Thanks for your thoughts."
posted at 06:45:45 on August 19, 2011 by Leo

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