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so im a summing your 14 right so you’ve been trough more things so you can set a better example for 12 year olds like me so please make more😭🙏🏽
I want the pain itself to end but I don’t want it to end I want to cry when a situation is bad but I don’t I smile I want to feel bad for others but I instead I laugh and joke and fail at I want love but I don’t feel it ( ps I have been cheated on 2 ) when I do love I leave and ghost them ( no wonder I been cheated on ) I make friends then I regret it but I fear being alone am I a bad person
I am 12 almost 13 years old and I have been through all of this at such a young age I am still depressed but In my opinion I believe people are selfish for committing suicide because they are leaving the easy way and they are creating a ripple effect on others so you hurt others in the process. I love listening to sad music like she talked about how she liked sad thoughts and I haven’t been able to see my best friend in over 6 weeks and I feel really depressed and you realize how much you really... more
So it’s a good podcast and kinda depressing and I get it I go trough it to and I’m the same age. So I would not let little kids listen to this and ya she is going trough depression so I feel bad for her and I am praying she has not killed her self so if you see this PLS MAKE S NOTHER ONE🙃I am praying
I love it so far
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Sad Thoughts launched 3 years ago and published 2 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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