Joined 8 years ago
I'm a 20-year-old citizen of Everett, the hick-town near Seattle. I lived in Seattle with relatives for a couple of years, and it was more culturally diverse, which I liked, but I wanted to come back to Everett to have more people around who are my age. I find plenty of those at my Church, as well as some adults that I can talk to.
I lived in Bothell until I was eight, when my dad was shot while driving in Seattle around nighttime, and then the landlord kicked me, my mom and my sister out. I wonder if it's related to my dad dying, or just a coincidence. Mom never told me WHY the landlord kicked us out. I loved my school back then, Westhill. They had really good teachers. But, also, a boy on the playground pushed me up against a tree once. Then my sister stole the moment. She acted like she was defending me from him, but she seemed to just want attention from him. Weird, how people like drama so much.
I didn't finish high school, I got my GED. I was going through psychological DISCOMFORT at that time. I was also with a boyfriend who seemed kind of like a son to me, very needy, selfish, emotional, immature, but horny, too. I wasn't sure how to take that. If my maternal instincts were even stronger, he could have turned into a better person. He started to realize he shouldn't do things I didn't want, because of my feelings, instead of just thinking of his own.
That dynamic between boys and girls is a big deal in this country. Talk about battle of the sexes! I don't like it. I like boys, but girls like me more than boys - what the? They try to make fun of boys, and I'm just like...
I want to help them understand each other. I don't want to have boys hate me when I talk to girls, or have girls hate me when I talk to boys, each thinking of what the other will think.
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