When I see the moon and the stars I just feel so small and so insignificant.
I remember a time when I was in my garden staring at the stars and I just started crying because of how beautiful everything is.
This has gone a bit off topic but I've spent the entire summer in my room crying and feeling so lonely. And just thinking about this has made me realise that my problem isn't having no friends its having enough confidence to just go out and do the things I want to.
I will then come back home and go for a long walk and enjoy nature.
When I get back home I'm gonna grab a chair and sit myself in my garden and stargaze. I will do this on my own and apart from the intense anxiety I'll feel getting the train on my own I'm going to have the best birthday ever.
Aside from the fact that if it was this simple then this sub and all related subs would have no reason to exist of course.
I barely ever had any social interactions throughout almost my whole teens and I used to think I was mentally disabled and would never be good enough for anything throughout my whole life because of it.I've been meaning to write this for a while but like everything I've put it off. I mean I do have a Facebook and Instagram account but they're completely blank.I only have them to follow people from school and stay in the loop, so I apologise if the formatting is wrong or I ramble or whatever.I'm always the one begging for other's attention. I go and try and make plans with people and they always forget. Everyone is welcome here, no matter your age, race, sex, sexuality, relationship status, all that we request is that you be accepting of people, and kind.Today I had the courage to ask a friend if they want to hang out and they forgot and played with cooler friends. Any problems at all, please let the moderators know.I think how fun it would be to have a bunch of friends you could just talk to, go out and have fun with. I've always been happiest when I'm alone in nature. I dont care what anyone else is doing I'm just there completely content with life.