Punch

I would like to punch someone, but being the good quiet little borderline that I am I’ll just keep all the rage inside and let it fester until my brain explodes or until the next person comes along and fucks me off and then I’ll just be pre-occupied with punching them instead.

I don’t mean any of you.  I mean the non-mental people who don’t know what it’s like to have feelings turned up to 11.

I’m probably over reacting. Still, emotions and coping with rejection are not my strong points.

Love Sailor xox

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About Hellosailor

Writer, painter, nurse. Borderline, Bipolar, awesome.
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7 Responses to Punch

  1. Pen says:

    There are so many many people I’ve punched in the face. In my head.

    And they say that “mental-type” people are the violent ones -eyeroll- Most of my violent inclinations are visualized or self-inflicted. Strangers are pretty safe in my presence, even if they piss me off. Only in danger of extreme-eye-glaring.

  2. scienerf says:

    Ohh I know that feeling all too well, it’s always the person holding that final straw that bears the brunt of my anger though usually it’s a verbal assault. I’m in so much pain today that coming home to find a gang of children stealing my driveway pebbles to lob at each other and cars was said straw…I shouted, they mouthed off and I shouted again standing in my front garden until they all pissed off home. I’m not proud of myself but the little bastards needed a talking to and they won’t get it at home! Still waiting for the anger to dissipate :S

    • Hellosailor says:

      Stealing pebbles? Thats a new low! I think all little bastards need a good shouting at! I’m less angry now, more anxious. Oh the joys. I hope you managed to calm down. xox

      • scienerf says:

        They need more imagination so they don’t just attack each other but come up with better games, I think the parents need shouting at too! lol Sorry to hear the anger turned to anxiety, this all sounds really familiar, I’ve calmed down and I hope you can find some peaceful centre too xox

  3. Lucy says:

    It can be so tough. *Hugs* x

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