Forgiveness LetterI can never change the past, but I'm forgiving myself in the future.Forgiveness Letter by Gxbevingurl1995
Dear Me, I want you to forgive myself for not being on the plan I wanted to be on.
Remember when I was 6 years old, looking out of my window of my room? It was a breezy
summer day, I was thinking about the wonderful things that would happen when I would be a
teenager, like driving a car, having a lot of friends, being thin, always being invited to
parties, and actually having a boyfriend. Then on that same night, a shooting star passed
by, and then I wished that I could grow up soon. And that might've been the worst wish
anyone would've wished for. So now, 12 years later, I'm depressed of being happy, I'm fat
instead of thin, I'm unattractive instead of attracting any guy I want. I'm sorry that no
matter what I do is wrong. I'm sorry if I'm anti-social, and if I get near someone, I
feel like a regret for a friend, I'm sorry if I'm not not skinny as I used to be, so I'm
taking diet pills and exercising till I collapse
Big Time RealityBig Time Reality by SuperLottieGirl
She isn't a stereotypical girl; she wears sweatshirts every day no matter the temperature. She doesn't wear makeup to hide the dark circles under her eyes from sleepless nights of crying. The other students avoid her at all cost. She's not emo, she's not preppy; she's just herself, and no one seems to except that. That was until she overheard the guy next her locker asking his friend about her.
"James," Dustin said, "Don't bother with her. She's not worth your time."
"Because she weird. I heard she cuts herself. Why would you want to deal with that?"
"I don't know," he shrugs his shoulders.
She slams her locker shut since they seemed to forget she was right next to them. Dustin was right though she does cut herself. Almost every day. Sometimes during school. (Y/N) stormed off to the bathroom; she's heard the rumors of herself, but there's never been a single person who cared. There were other girls in the bathroom who just stared at her as she went into a stall.
She heard th