Trapped 

  • I’m giving up . I’m giving up on life . I’m giving up on myself . I’m giving up on drinking myself to death. Im miserable  . Not happy with who I am and what I’ve became . I wanna be extraordinary not some insecure lonely girl that has no sense of direction for herself . That girl needs go change. I believe someone can change that for me but its not going to happen. I need to change that myself . I need adventure and not be hidden in my room all day in the dark wondering what I’m doing with myself . I hate working , hate it so much it’s not for me . I just wanna live life . I want to learn something new I want to expand myself . I deserve better then the life im living now . So much has happened to me and I DESERVE to live a good life . I am who I am now because I’m not happy with where I’m at . I left school in 10th grade . I regret it so much . I have no motivation anymore . New Jersey hates me I feel like God hates me and everyone else around me . I don’t have any luck . Whatever I do it’s haunts me mornjng good ever happens to me . I need a change . I want to change myself but I don’t know how . I don’t know where to start . I just want a sign . A sense of direction . 
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13 Things Homebodies Say And What They Actually Mean

Thought Catalog

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1. (After being asked, “What are your plans today?”) “Nothing.”

Contrary to popular belief, “nothing” can actually mean something. Technically the homebody could’ve said “I do have plans” because doing absolutely nothing was in fact their itinerary. Lounging around lazily? Yeah, I penned that in my schedule weeks ago, and I’m currently knee deep in nothing, aka unavailable.

2. “…                                  …”

^^That’s complete silence, which is usually the response you get when you text or call a homebody with some kind of invitation that they don’t want to officially decline.

3. “Hey what’s up? Sorry, I was sleeping when you text/called me!”

This is the lie that follows the complete silence mentioned in the previous point. You’ll get this several hours after your initial attempt at contact, when the homebody is…

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