Scroll through your Facebook feed right now and tell me one thing. How many times did you see a post with the words "offensive" or "offended" in it? I bet it was at least twice. And jump on Twitter and see who the latest celebrity having to beg forgiveness for a throwaway comment is. There's one at least every other day and they really have to grovel these days. There was more of an uproar about Paul Hollywood's diabetes comment than there was about the whole Bill Clinton thing! And I am not a fan of Paul Hollywood; in fact, I think he's awful, but I really don't think he meant anything by it!
“Bullies are just jealous.” No, they’re not. Bullies are not just jealous, they’re just jerks. They’re just mean-spirited, horrible people who want to make other people’s lives miserable because it makes them feel better, like they have actually achieved something. And saying that they’re jealous isn’t helpful. Neither is saying things like, “Just ignore them and they’ll go away,” because they won’t, trust me.
Unless you’re literally one of the luckiest people on earth, the chances are you will have or have had noisy neighbours. And I’m not talking about normal everyday noise with the occasional back garden barbecue.
Pretty much everyone will experience at least one traumatic event in their lives. But sadly, most of us will experience at least three or more. And these events can leave us with feelings of fear, sadness, anger, and confusion. These emotions can last a long time, and if they aren’t processed properly, they can interfere with our daily lives.
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Suicide. Just the sound of the word is enough to make people feel awkward. Nobody wants to talk about that! Nobody wants to talk about someone ending their own life. And that’s part of the problem. Suicide and suicidal thoughts are really common, but if you try to bring it up with anyone, sometimes even the people closest to you, they shut down.