Ask Marwa: Rage and Anger
Date posted: December 22, 2009
I am a 24 year old second year law student and I am full of rage and anger; my brothers have nice decent girlfriends in their lives, my dad loves them more than he loves me, I have no friends, I had a girlfriend and she left me after we made out, I feel so sad all the time. I think I am handsome and tall but I still do not understand why people don't like me.
Please forgive me for what I will say but if want to change your life then you need to change how you deal with life, yourself, and people.
You are selfish, self-centered, and ungrateful. You live in your head as if the whole world revolves around you. You isolate yourself from friends then complain that you have no best friend. You trap yourself in the past and wonder why your present sucks and your future is bleak. You filled your heart with rage, envy, and ungratefulness, then you wonder why no one likes you.
You do not like your brain, your education, your body, your home, you life … why would any girl want to be with you? Why would anyone want to be with someone who is so negative and depressing? There are people in this world who have REAL problems … who barely make it
through the day … who are too sick to live … too poor to fall in love … too ugly to have a life … but you are a master at making a mountain out of a mole!
No one finds drama queens attractive and you are turning into one. Who have you helped recently? Who have you listened to recently? Who would remember you when you die?
How do you live your life? You eat, drink, pee, have sex … and complain? Is this why you were created? Why do you even wake up in the morning? Do you have a purpose? You are 24 … what do you have to teach your kids … other than thinking of themselves?
Wake up before it's too late … look around … but this time look around with a different pair of eyes … instead of seeing what people have and coveting it, look at what they were deprived of and sympathize with them … instead of rage … try to feel sympathy for the less fortunate and gratefulness for what you have!
What would you do if you wake up one day and discover that you have a heart disease with no cure, that you will die soon and that it is only a matter of time?
You have two options:
1) Anger at life
2) Making the best out of what you have and trying to leave a good positive memory