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|#160 - Gotcha, that makes sense.||19 hours ago on Things I Heard Last Semester||0|
|#68 - Not necessarily. I'm assuming those were all the lower level p… [+] (2 new replies)||03/02/2015 on Things I Heard Last Semester||+1|
#76 - dontread (03/02/2015) [-]
True, higher level classes are higher level for a reason usually.
The reason i said what i said is because you can start of college in a calculus or physics or mid level chemistry course. Those types of courses have a huge level of separation. You can start out at Chem 51 and go up two more levels to Chem 101, which is still basic chemistry really. Even after Chem 101, there are still a couple more levels of chemistry after that are truly higher tier Chemistry.
It's not often you place into the higher tiers of philosophy from the get go; people often start at the beginning of the philosophy or art courses. This makes sense since highschools tend not to prepare for these types of classes unfortunately.
So if you're comparing a person starting college, the one who has to take classes like philosophy 1 is going to have it easier than the one taking classes like chemistry 101. Thats what i mean. It's harder relatively for the freshmen in college. If there were every any classes that ruin GPA's of students who had 4.0 previously it's classes like chemistry, physics and calculus. I'm speaking from experience though since people have admitted this to me before.
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#18 - anonexplains (11/23/2013) [-]
Could it be kidney stones?
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|#63 - And that may very well be true, but I also think that it's not… [+] (1 new reply)||08/31/2013 on Self farm||0|
|#54 - This comment is incredibly closed minded. While some people ma… [+] (4 new replies)||08/31/2013 on Self farm||0|
#58 - reaperriley (08/31/2013) [-]
To be honest their is no way to really understand a cutter unless you are one. For me, I spent 2 years in a deep state of depression, I had abusive parents, I was overweight, I had no friends, my grades were crap, and we were constantly in a state of almost losing our home. And my mom always felt like it was a great idea to tell me over and over again that we are going to be on the street soon because im worthless.
And yet I always viewed cutting myself as the stupidest fucking thing in the world. I contemplated suicide a few times but then I realized that wouldn't do jack shit to help my situation. Cutters don't make sense to me.
#126 - anonexplains (08/31/2013) [-]
I have a friend who is a cutter; she is ashamed to show it to anyone.
She says she uses it as a coping method, because she fears being out of control. She is afraid to speak to anyone of anything, and feels awkward going to counseling.
Personally, I think it's just a matter of coping. People cope with things differently. Cutting is a way to take pain you feel inside and turn it into something tangible and executable. It's controllable and real, so it's favorable to feeling like shit on the inside. Especially when you're emotionally unstable.
#63 - fuzzy lumpkins (08/31/2013) [-]
And that may very well be true, but I also think that it's not necessarily about understanding why people do it, and more about realizing that something is wrong and getting them help. And it's horrible that you experienced all that, but people deal with things in different ways, and many people can't deal with things nearly as well as others. The fact that you were able to get through all that without cutting just shows that you were able to deal with that in a healthier way than some others.