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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #honestyhour

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Posted: Friday, August 2, 2013 12:00 am

I’m a very sensitive person, and if you hurt me enough I will mentally and emotionally disconnect myself from you.

If I reply with one word, something’s probably up. I usually have a lot to say.

Sometimes I feel like I’m waiting on something that isn’t gonna happen but I continue to wait anyways.

I’m terrified of letting someone in my life, giving them a special place in my heart, then just watching them leave...

Out of all my contacts .. I probably text about 4 .. the rest are just there to make it look like I have friends.

I always think about who would actually be@ my funeral when I die.Who will cry for me?Who would make a speech?Who would care?

Most of my tweets are either a convo that I’m having with myself or quoting song.

I try to act like I don’t care about anything, but I care. I care about everything.

I may seem happy around people but it’s usually fake, I just put a smile on my face to cover things up.

I can’t stand people that think they are better then everyone else.

Whatever you’re going through won’t last forever. Things will get better. Just keep your head up. God has a great plan.

I sell myself short a lot of times. I know I’m better than half of things I do & smarter than half of the decisions I make.

There’s a lot of things I keep to myself because I trust myself more than anyone else.

I overthink everything, question everything, worry about everything, freak about it all for usually no reason...

I love when people are 100% honest and straight up with me even if its not what I want to hear. I respect them so much for it.

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