trauma to the good name..?!
December 6, 2010 6:29pm CST
I'd love to eliminate the trauma that causes exaggerated fears, particularly in daily life. Since childhood I was accustomed to being ridiculed, in isolate the association of friends, not only at home but also in school, eventually I became traumatized and became a distinguished figure inferior to my adolescence, I wanted to recover from the trauma of this prolonged, I do not never felt the beauty of friendship because I do not have any friends, nobody who gives me a warm smile of affection, even my parents do not ever want to hear me, my life was very empty and always sad. how do I bury the feeling traumatized and restore the good name ..?
• United States
7 Dec 10
You should "never" get accustomed to to being ridiculed.You've allowed the opinions of others to dictate how you feel about yourself and who you really are.Begin to see all that is good about you and deserving of respect and if others can't appreciate this, they were never worthy of your time or friendship in the first place. You say you never get a "warm smile of affection" but, since you say you are always sad, perhaps the reason you don't receive the affection you're looking for, is due to others seeing how sad you are , they simply don't know how to approach you.There are a lot of nice friendly people in the world and maybe if you just try to put the past behind you and treat each new day with an open heart and mind, you just might find what you're looking for.
7 Dec 10
I guess the very first thing you have to do is to love your self. And with love comes acceptance. At least, if you think there is absolutely no one in the world who cares for you, there is that one person who does - and that is you! It is rather difficult to be in your situation because people are naturally sociable and we cannot survive without others. So, like I said, be your own friend first, and then start being friends with others. If they don't smile at you, smile at them first. Somehow, someone will smile back at you. Here, I'm giving you a smile , and yes, you can consider me your friend.