I’m the mom of a kid your age, and I can say without doubt you are not alone. The ages between 10 and 15 have a range of unique changes and challenges that no other age will experience. From 10 to 13 the body is so busy trying to parse out hormonal structure that brain chemistry is frequently disrupted. It makes for forgetfulness, clumsiness, fatigue, and frustration.
Some parents forget how terrible being a kid can actually feel. I promise you, however, you are not alone, and there are people who understand. If you have hope in nothing else, have it in this: it can get better. Sometimes on its own, sometimes with the help of a trusted physician. But before it gets better, you must stop lying about it. All those words are written down for you in this image. Share it with a trusted adult. It is never shameful to ask for help. And if you have no trusted adults, then contacting a reputable public child advocacy organization may help you find a way to meet trustworthy adults and improve your life for the better. If you live in a city, 211 is a good place to start.
How about tell them you’d like to see a doctor because you believe there’s more to it than just simple sadness. This pandemic has taken a heavy toll on young people. Just try to talk to someone. Especially if you feel like you want to harm yourself or someone else. Take care!
F's and RIP's for anyone who can relate TwT
Also, I interpret the "fine" person in two ways.
1. The way the rest of you probably see him/her- a smile and a happy (closed) eye
2. The way I can see it- making him look like a sociopath. The mouth is the eye, and the actual eye is an eyebrow. Just think about what I saw real hard and you'll understand what I mean. Anyway- yeah, RIP