I meant to dye my hair brown and it came out black lmao
One time my sister tried to dye her hair blonde and it came out orange lmao
This is pretty personal, but I feel like I have to get it off my chest.
I have two loving, yet strict, parents. They’ve basically always told me that if I ever fucked up in anyway, that they would kill me. Okay, they wouldn’t actually kill me. However, being told that they would kill me, in my head, is the same thing as saying, “don’t bother coming home”.
On occasions when I do accidently mess up, they like to point out how stupid, lazy, and irresponsible I am. It’s like they love to put me down in any way that they can. They also, especially my dad, like to ignore me because they are so angry at me.
Then, I get told that I always come to them if I have a problem that I can’t handle on my own or if I’m scared. But, when they react the way that they do, how can I believe that?
I hope that when I have kids, I never make them feel alienated or that they can’t talk to me. I want them to feel like they can tell me anything about anything. I want them to know that I will always love and support them no matter what. And most importantly, I want them to know that their dreams and aspirations are valid and that I will always be behind them 100% no matter what.
michaeljacksonsbutt I’m so sorry it’s like this for you </3
It sounds like they put A LOT of pressure on you to be perfect. That’s not right; because you are human. And humans fuck up and make mistakes. It’s just part of who we are. And especially teenagers make mistakes because we are all learning and experiencing new things. It’s inevitable that we will slip up from time to time. And your parents need to understand that. No one is perfect. And I’m sure they aren’t either, so I don’t know why they expect you to be.
And about them telling you “you can always come to us if you’re scared or if you need help” but when you do they react in a horrible way. A way that is not comforting and supportive at all - I can relate. My parents are the exact same when it comes to that. They’re “always there” but when I go to them I end up feeling like complete shit and just getting yelled at. It says something when you’d rather bottle things up or suffer alone rather than share your problems with your parents. And I’m so sorry you have to go through that.
If it helps, I’m always here. I know an internet friendship is nowhere near the same as a child-parent bond but if you ever need some advice, or someone to talk to - about anything - and you feel like you can’t go to your parents, just know that I’m here. Ok? <3
What you said at the end of this post, about how you will treat your kids, was so beautiful.
"I hope that when I have kids, I never make them feel alienated or that they can’t talk to me. I want them to feel like they can tell me anything about anything. I want them to know that I will always love and support them no matter what. And most importantly, I want them to know that their dreams and aspirations are valid and that I will always be behind them 100% no matter what.”
You will be an incredible parent one day. <3
I hope you are doing ok and don’t feel too sad about it all. :(
Here’s a hug from Michael!
I wish you could smell the face mask I have on right now. UGh it’s so nice. It smells like strawberries and vanilla. ♥
fff, i dunno lol
It’s the Dangerous tour live in Bucharest. During Workin Day & Night. Near the end of the performance :D ♥
- That nudity is inherently sexual
- That people should be judged for their personal decisions
- That yelling solves problems
- That they are too young to be talking about the things they’re already starting to ask questions about
- That age correlates to importance
- That interacting with someone of the opposite sex is inherently romantic
- That the default for someone is straight and cisgender
if you’re willing to actually take time out of your life to talk shit about michael jackson but you’re not willing to take time out to hear the truth then I don’t ever want to hear you even mention him in front of me again