On these years some of the people seem and look depressed. They think of misery, too much. Their thinking is of an old ghost wandering around all over the place feeling lonely and isolated. I think that ghosts who are fine and others depressed want to make you miserable. Some of them do want to make you feel depressed. I think that misery and depression are the same things. If you feel like you’re never going to get out of your misery, then things will be awful for you. Some ghosts are jealous of you, because you are happy. Don’t pay any attention to them. They give you much ideas of bringing you “down in the dumps” mood. If you let them win, then they will haunt you for the rest of your life. If you feel sad and don’t see anything is when you feel them looming all around you. These paranormal things are easy to make them go away. It starts with building your strong-will and self-esteem power. Those two things will help you defeat them in their own game. Don’t let them loom inside your mind, if you do, then that is asking for problems. Once you don’t feel any of them is when you are happy and feel fine. Finally, you’ll breath a huge sigh of relief once they are gone.
I am happy with my life. I have had regrets on some things in my life, but I let it go. I think in my view we should give people second chances in life like me for example. I think some of us hold on to hurtful pasts of some people that they have caused us, but they have changed already, but give it a rest, give them another chance. Life goes on by forgiving others by letting them succeed. I feel pain, too, as well as you feel, also. We are the same human beings living in the Earth, and we’re not robots. I could understand that the pain I’ve caused some of you are hurtful, but forgiveness and second chances always wins. We are here to bring peace and serve God. I am a human being also, and you are too. From these years I have no regrets at all. I have taken out the bad side of my personality. I think some of you should too. Give it a rest already, and think about my advises I’ve given you. Life moves on, whether you still think this way, when the rest are happy without your thinking. I have seen House of Cards today and loved it. I will watch The Americans. Remember always think of those chances, forgive others, and move on with your life. We all need these things in our lives. Most of us should never live our lives conflicted and blaming each of us for punishments. My advice is be friends and live life with them and families as well. I have learned my life lessons, and so should some of you, too. Don’t keep that hurtful pasts memories pains. Well, I think that is it. I hope most of you are happy and not conflicted by anyone. Stay positive!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
Psychologist Richard Timball is sitting down with Mr. Frankenstein counseling with him about his mood problems, and him scaring people.
Dr. Timball: What is your problem?
Frankenstein: I can’t get myself happy because I scare people easily.
Dr. Timball: Have you tried not to scare people off?
Frankenstein: Yes, I did, but it didn’t work. I want to be happy.
Dr. Timball: Maybe, you’re not trying hard enough. You need to be friendly with them. Don’t be so frightened of them seeing you differently.
Frankenstein: I will try to do that. You don’t understand. I am made up by a crazy mad scientist. Electricity has passed through my body, and this is why I am still alive. Without it I no longer exist.
Dr. Timball: What about your mood problems?
Frankenstein: Oh, yes! Those! I think of those giving me a hard time I break something in the house out of being angry.
Dr. Timball; Have you tried being happy?
Frankenstein: I’ve always tried, but it never works. Everyone wants me gone. Why is that?
Dr. Timball: Actually, nobody wants you gone. They just don’t understand you. Try giving those people a second chance to get to know you better. Be kind with them, then they won’t think of you as a monster, and they’ll think of your more as a person.
Frankenstein: Thank you, Dr. Timball. You have solved my problems.
Dr. Timball: It’s my pleasure. My I offer you some prescription drugs?
Dr. Timball prescribed him some prescription drugs and gave him some prescriptions to pick up at the pharmacy drug store. Frankenstein drove back home an hour later.
I am reading a reference book that my instructor has recommended me. I am learning a lot from it. On this day I was watching an episode of American Crime. The day before I have watched an episode of Bones, and liked it. I was reading John Grisham’s Gray Mountain. During these days I have eaten healthy. I need to lay off the fatty drinks. Right now I am only thinking of water. I forgot all about the drinks that make me gain weight, and I will only stick to water from now on. The good thing now is that I am exercising. I will start to lift weights tomorrow. I didn’t do it these past days because of my bad back that used to hurt. I feel fine now. I am studying on doing surveys still, and will study research methods for writers. I have finished the book Remember the Time. I liked it. Right now I will read a book of the notorious gangster of Chicago.
Mark Hamill is an American actor, writer, producer, and director. He is best known for portraying the Jedi hero Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars Trilogy movies. He was in various movies such as: Corvette Summer (1978), Slipstream (1989), The Guyver (1991), and Time Runner (1993). He was the voice of the Joker in a few animated Batman films, television series, and video games. He will be in the next new Star Wars movie called, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, out in theaters December 18, 2015.
Once you feel sorry for yourself, you begin to feel that everyone hates you. This is paranoia. No one hates you. Try to regain your positivism back. It doesn’t take one day, but it will be your human effort towards it. I know right now you are thinking to yourself that you can’t, but you can. You just have to trust yourself, but not your mind. Your mind plays tricks on you, and this is why some of you have paranoia. Feeling great about yourself is a huge step towards rebuilding humanity. Try to think of one simple thing to be happy about. It can be your parents loving you. It can be that your plants are happy. One little thing can make you positive again. If I feel out of focus I think of one simple thing to regain positivism back. All of us want to be positive. Don’t be positive for the wrong reasons, but for the right ones. You can regain your positive side by loving and caring for animals. Domestic dogs caring for you is another way for you to feel positive. Positivism is all around us. We just have to use it the right way.
I advise most of you fans to buy Boy Band from this wonderful, and nice, author Jackie Smith. You won’t regret it. It’s worth it! 🙂
Well, it’s here! April 21 and Boy Band is officially available on Kindle, Nook, and on Amazon.com! It will be available on BarnesAndNoble.com and probably iBooks shortly. I say “probably” with the iBooks because I swear, I have never gone through more aggravation trying to get something done than uploading Cemetery Tours to iBooks. It is a pain in the butt.
But I didn’t come here to gripe about my lack of iBooks skillz. I’m here to celebrate!
It’s pretty cool. This is a book I never planned to write. It wasn’t even in my head when I began writing it. It all began with my friend, Savannah (http://savannahrohleder.blogspot.com) telling me that she was participating in National Novel Writing Month and that I should sign up also. At first I thought, “No way. I hate being timed. Besides, I should write because I want to write, not because…
View original post 264 more words
I have no class right now, until I begin another one again in July. Now I need to study the course I’ve taken recently. The only shows that I am watching were Orphan Black, Bates Motel, and House of Cards. I will see the next episode of The Americans. I feel relaxed that I now can take a vacation from the recent class I took before. In my spare time I also have to read writing reference books. Right now I just want to watch TV, and read later.
Unbroken is a movie about the life of Louis Silvie “Louie” Zamperini an Olympic Medalist. When I saw this movie with my dad I got interested in it. Louis fought with the Americans in World War II. His plane failed, and landed in the ocean, while fighting Japanese enemy planes killed his friends. He spent 47 days in the middle of the ocean. To be able to survive, he ate some kinds of fishes, which his friends caught in the water. They spent those entire days eating raw fish. In the 47th day he was rescued by Japanese, war enemies, and was sent to various prisoner of war camps led by, and was mistreated by Corporal Watanabe. On his last prisoner of war camp the Japanese military were defeated by the American army, and Zamperini returned as a war hero in America. When he was 81 in 1998, he ran a leg in the Olympic Torch Relay of the Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. Most of the Japanese crowds applauded his efforts. Louis Zamperini died last year of 2014. Unbroken is a very good movie.
Most of us want to think on the negative memories, because of something that we can’t get of its being elusive. It’s time to relive your good old memories when you had fun with friends and family. Never remember the bad ones, unless if it serves as not doing anything bad in the present. Bad memories are there to learn from them, and not to do it again in the present time. But, I would consider remembering the good memories I’ve had with friends and family. Erase any negative memories that have caused you depression. Always create wonderful new memories. Don’t lose hope. Be happy. Get away from the dark clouds. Avoid the dark side. Embrace the bright side. Listen to your parents’ advice. Keep in mind that you can relive your good memories. Erase the unpleasant ones. Live to strive for success and staying positive.