>>25097540>Yeah if you have anger issues kids aren't a good idea
It would be especially bad, if one of the kids reminded me of my bullies in some way. Then, I wouldn't even think twice about caving the kid's skull in. Whether he deserved it, or not
My hatred of my bullies is so bad, I can't even consume certain foods or drinks. As a random example, I don't drink Mountain Dew, because a lot of my bullies liked drinking Mountain Dew. Could this be considered an eating disorder? idk. What do you think? Similarly, I have never played COD, since it was a popular game among my bullies>Boxing is. Maybe try another club?
I think it's the only one in my town. I live in a pretty small town, with the next decently-sized town being a long way away. Regardless, I'll see what I can do. Even if I have to spend my entire goverment paycheck on a punching-bag, or some shit>Btw re: social skills learning in schools, it's important indeed and it can't be expected from the child to pick it all up themselves
I think the schools just expect kids to learn social skills among eachother, which actually works for the most part. But for those who it doesn't work for, it REALLY fucking doesn't work for>Do you feel you got support, care, love and positive example from your family?
I got plently of love from my parents, while they were still alive. If anything, I may have been a little too coddled, during my pre-adulthood. My parents were jus talways fairly introverted, and didn't have good social skils. Meaning, I wouldn't have learned social skills. I am actually semi-extroverted, despite my lack of social skills and never having had any friends. It's just that being an extrovert doesn't automatically grant you friends and good social skills. Most extroverts do have these things, but some don't>I daydream about situations that are nice and wholesome, to replace the bad thoughts. Not the best but hey since I can't think about 2 things at the same time, it's still better than