Home At Last, Still Tired, But Not Depressed!

...It has been long enough that I wish I hadn't written that. Some parts of my previous post about being someone else. I've been thinking about it all day...Why do I still call myself "You" most of the time? It can't be normal.
It's kind of pathetic, in a way. Like you can't stand being yourself. Why can't I just be normal like everyone else? Well, because I'm me!
Only I don't know how to figure out what "Normal" is. And to find out what "Normal" is, I'd have to read other people's blog and I did so with Panharath's. Look at her! She knows who she is.
And Snow White is like that too. She always knows where she stands, strong and calm. M├ęta is another one. A real personality! Sharp and full of opinions [ Even when they're wrong!] But still determined and stay true to herself.
Of course, I can't achieve great things, but I can do small things in a great way. I know how to raise self-esteem for other people, but I'm kindda weird myself out by keeping hinder mine down. Is it fun to humiliate myself? I might refer to myself as "You" sometimes, but not in a pathetic way anymore. Just for my own uniqueness. And that's all I want to say for today.
Home At Last, Still Tired, But Not Depressed! Home At Last, Still Tired, But Not Depressed! Reviewed by Sovathary Bon on Saturday, December 20, 2008 Rating: 5


  1. your blog very beautiful and more info,I like your blog

  2. I sometimes used the word "You" for calling myself whenever I feel depressed or else. That's the way I speak to myself. I think you are right. It's your own uniqueness. It doesn't mean you can't stand being yourself. Like you used to say "You can analyze your actions, mistakes, and emotions. It feels like you are someone else!" It's like you speak to yourself in mirror. I appriciate you called yourself "You" like this. Well, it's unique after all.

  3. I almost forget the purpose of writing "You". But my honor, that you still remember what I said about it. Yeah, I should take your brilliant advice from now on. Like we are standing apart from ourselves, and see what this person is doing, right or wrong, good or bad. And that way we don't have to take our spoiled side all the time. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for reminding me this...

  4. You know somethin'? Being normal is not who you are. You are just not.

    You are unique.


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