and maybe i don’t know where i’m driving half the time, or that everywhere i go looks the same, the same scene repeated over and over again, but i do know where your heart is. it’s right where you left it, you just forgot about it. it’s buried under all those repressed memories and hurtful experiences. it’s still in the same spot, it just feels different. or maybe you don’t feel it at all, because you don’t want to.
but it’s okay, i don’t blame you. i just want to remind you in case you’ve completely forgotten about everything that makes you, you. just in case you want to return to a time like that, because it’s never too late to feel.
mostly because when we have any sort of conversations, it becomes a form of attack and i have to defend myself. sorry that i want to defend myself because you are making assumptions and i’m sorry that you still haven’t changed.
some of us have grown up, let’s hope you do too. stop being a jerk to me and making everyone around you seem at fault when it’s you. if everyone around you is mad at you, maybe you should reevaluate who’s the problem. we aren’t the problem. you are.
i’m tired of being pushed aside and being thrown around.
There may be a literal truth underlying the common-sense intuition that happiness and sadness are contagious.
A new study on the spread of emotions through social networks shows that these feelings circulate in patterns analogous to what’s seen from epidemiological models of disease.
Earlier studies raised the possibility, but had not mapped social networks against actual disease models. “This is the first time this contagion has been measured in the way we think about traditional infectious disease,” said biophysicist Alison Hill of Harvard University. Data in the research, in the July 7 Proceedings of the Royal Society, comes from the Framingham Heart Study, a one-of-a-kind project which since 1948 has regularly collected social and medical information from thousands of people in Framingham, Massachusetts.
Earlier analyses found that a variety of habits and feelings, including obesity, loneliness, smoking and happiness appear to be contagious.