The Tables Will Turn
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Sitting in my room as I am listening to music, a song that rewinds everything I felt comes on and I've been thinking and comparing from past and present. (NF, 10 Feet Down) In the beginning everyone in my communities of my young age hardly cared and judged, but that also changed.

The Tables Will Turn

Sitting in my room as I am listening to music, a song that rewinds everything I felt comes on and I've been thinking and comparing from past and present. (NF, 10 Feet Down)

In the beginning everyone in my communities of my young age hardly cared and judged, but that also changed.

As I grew in unto the social statuses that should belong to everyone, everyone began treating each other different.

I remember when I felt like the outcast in the community that claims everyone matters.

People began turning their backs and I felt like a desperate person trying to force people to accept me.

Truly, I am ashamed I cared so much about what others thought of me, but you should realize the tables will always turn if you don't create the same energy.

You will rise up as you watch them fall, take a moment to admire it, but don't speak and confront, do not take advantage of it as much as you want to.

I know the feeling when you think things will never change, but if you focus on recreating yourself and realizing status isn't a mattering subject you will win.

To rewind, as our youth group went to another city with the other youth, the group of girls I wished to be treated me as the outcast.

When we went to a park, I thought I had to force myself to walk with them, I felt so much better when they didn't treat me horrible.

When we went into the forest, they kept dropping hurtful hints that I "suck", "they do not like me", "I should let them be".

Seemed like they felt better when I left them alone, but I cared about myself and opinions of others, this is what I am ashamed of.

I tailed along them, and as they state "Let's have a race" in order for me to not hear them, and they ran.

I realized they were trying to ditch me out, and I felt laughed at as I began walking towards their direction, I felt hopeless. There's so much that went on in my head, you would be terrified.

I knew they never wanted to have me, but I wanted to seem social, that's part of being a human.

"We all want what we never had" -NF.

I walked slowly with my head down, as I heard them laugh away in the distance, I dropped myself somewhere in the grass and began to cry.

I felt like nature comforted me, as it was crying with me, I felt that God was crying with me.

It mixed my betrayal tears mix with happy tears, but my mind felt disrupted because one of those girls claimed to be my friend and the other was my cousin. I felt like I was worthless.

They thought it was funny, as they were laughing, I was crying somewhere else. Two different worlds.

I wanted to sit there forever, I felt more happier when I was with the trees. I eventually stood up and wanted to come back, I felt like a joke as I approached them.

They told me it was the fault of me I did not run after them, but as of now, I am thankful that happened, it makes you stronger.

I never understood what I really wanted from them, I guess it was to be seen as I was part of something. The best though, is if you're part of your own confidence.

They say you shouldn't walk around as like you think you are better than everyone else, as you never compare yourself, as if you are stuck-up.

These people are jealous, go show them whatever they do will not hurt you.

r/confidence

•Posted byu/emptycupmywholelife

18 hours ago

The Tables are Turned

Sitting in my room as I am listening to music, a song that rewinds everything I felt comes on and I've been thinking and comparing from past and present. (NF, 10 Feet Down)

In the beginning everyone in my communities of my young age hardly cared and judged, but that also changed.

As I grew in unto the social statuses that should belong to everyone, everyone began treating each other different.

I remember when I felt like the outcast in the community that claims everyone matters.

People began turning their backs and I felt like a desperate person trying to force people to accept me.

Truly, I am ashamed I cared so much about what others thought of me, but you should realize the tables will always turn if you don't create the same energy.

You will rise up as you watch them fall, take a moment to admire it, but don't speak and confront, do not take advantage of it as much as you want to.

I know the feeling when you think things will never change, but if you focus on recreating yourself and realizing status isn't a mattering subject you will win.

To rewind, as our youth group went to another city with the other youth, the group of girls I wished to be treated me as the outcast.

When we went to a park, I thought I had to force myself to walk with them, I felt so much better when they didn't treat me horrible.

When we went into the forest, they kept dropping hurtful hints that I "suck", "they do not like me", "I should let them be".

Seemed like they felt better when I left them alone, but I cared about myself and opinions of others, this is what I am ashamed of.

I tailed along them, and as they state "Let's have a race" in order for me to not hear them, and they ran.

I realized they were trying to ditch me out, and I felt laughed at as I began walking towards their direction, I felt hopeless. There's so much that went on in my head, you would be terrified.

I knew they never wanted to have me, but I wanted to seem social, that's part of being a human.

"We all want what we never had" -NF.

I walked slowly with my head down, as I heard them laugh away in the distance, I dropped myself somewhere in the grass and began to cry.

I felt like nature comforted me, as it was crying with me, I felt that God was crying with me.

It mixed my betrayal tears mix with happy tears, but my mind felt disrupted because one of those girls claimed to be my friend and the other was my cousin. I felt like I was worthless.

They thought it was funny, as they were laughing, I was crying somewhere else. Two different worlds.

I wanted to sit there forever, I felt more happier when I was with the trees. I eventually stood up and wanted to come back, I felt like a joke as I approached them.

They told me it was the fault of me I did not run after them, but as of now, I am thankful that happened, it makes you stronger.

I never understood what I really wanted from them, I guess it was to be seen as I was part of something. The best though, is if you're part of your own confidence.

They say you shouldn't walk around as like you think you are better than everyone else, as you never compare yourself, as if you are stuck-up.

These people are jealous, go show them whatever they do will not hurt you.

When people don't accept you, realize that is a good thing, because in the future you will realize that is what made you a real person.

"Seems like we're all trying to climb a ladder

It's crazy what we'll do to climb it faster

It's like we throw away the things in life that really matter

Just so that we can make it to the top, and wonder what we're even climbing after" -NF

I have many more experiences, and I am thankful for them.

Telling these stories to others, I will never understand why afterwards people think I am very fragile, as if anything will hurt me since I have been through the bad.

In reality, the things that you deal with makes you stronger, the people who do not know what unacceptable experiences are, they're weaker than you, if you have had hard days,

you are strong and you are who you were made to be.

Exercise is hard in the beginning, as you get used to it, you become stronger. You know how to deal with it.

Others will be just starting to realize they will need it, but you are many steps ahead. You are better.

Don't mourn over it, no matter how hard it was, it made you stronger, and as you become stronger, I want you to know,

You will rise up.

You w͟i͟l͟l͟ win.

"Life's what you make of it, take it, embrace it, and take it, and savor it

Ain't about what you did, it's what you became from it " -NF

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