obligatory john green post-true-skill. i do think it was on purpose. mission status: accepted. i think he was sending a message. picked up a quick and dangerous way to make levels deeper earlier this month at a 50 anniversary party for a hotel in boston. the fender bass amp will only get better, and with that, so will my skills and accuracy.
begs the question of what the witch is.i read it over that people are writing this essay, and i am primarily writing this essay in response to the opinions you have presented in this post. here is the direct quote from the book:
but not making a full page in the blog and filling it with random 'oh my god i was so mean to him' lines in because john green had a bad day. now, don't get me wrong, i'm not saying that you should write about your suicide attempts. and i understand if you aren't comfortable with writing that. but what i'm saying is you should write about your bad day. because this blog is a place to let your true feelings out, and you are a part of this community. and being part of this community will bring you friends and support. and maybe this means your suicidal ideation will stop. now, this can also apply to other things. if you are having a hard time, then tell someone. tell your friends, your family, a teacher or a librarian. because this is the type of community we have. if you keep this to yourself, it'll eat you up from the inside out. and eventually, you will succumb to your demons.
you'll wish you could run from it. it'll chase you down in the dark. it'll make your friends think you're crazy. it'll show up at the most inopportune times. it'll latch on to your thoughts like a love-struck dog. you'll be consumed by it and feel alone. this is what it means to be an addict. when you face the dark in your head, you're going to want to end it all. that's why it's important to have the courage to talk about it. don't be afraid.