TheTaZe

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  1. My opinion on this exactly is that you really shouldn't change who you are just because someone doesn't accept you for it. They can go screw themselves if they don't like it. On the topic of disabilities, I somewhat feel you there. I had many when I was younger but I guess the only one I can really list out there now is getting major anxiety about things and have it take over my world sometimes. It's mostly to do with people not liking me or something like that which I found out to be completely false and that I was just working myself over nothing. Let me tell you this, people do like you and even if you don't think that way, it is true.

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  2. I probably should say something about this though I don't really know what to say exactly. When I'm at loss for words I usually keep it quiet or just ignore it all together. I guess all I can say is that even if you have been having problems with this community as a whole and even if you are sometimes a bit sharp with people you are still a valuable member of the community. Having @The_Gobo leave and then now you would be somewhat of a shock to the community. I'm not going to lie, I have my friends and the such but you have made a much bigger impact on the community then I have so far so having someone of your caliber just leaving would probably not set well with most people. But hey, it's not my decision to make and I'm not here to influence you or anything. Just stating what my mind says.

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  3. 2 minutes ago, King of Canterlot said:

    Been feeling a slight burnout with the forums here for a little while now, ever since things died down in the WPCC Lounge and even a little before that I just haven't really had much energy to want to spend time on these forums, so I've been doing a lot of other stuff lately, especially these past few days. So now I'm only on the forums for a small part of my day where before it would have been hours and hours on end every single day. 

    I'm never just gonna up and leave this community, I love you guys too much to do that, but I am cutting back on the time I spend on here regardless as I don't want a complete burnout on this site that would leave to me just up and leaving.  

    To be fair, I'm somewhat bummed about not having the WPCC be as active as it used to be. It's one of the biggest factors in why I decided to stay here on this forum after a multi-month hiatus. It's how I met most of you and it just pains me that it's just dead now for the most part. I hope one day it can be revitalized it's former glory.

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  4. 11 hours ago, Tacodidra said:

    That's understandable to me, it's easy to get carried away with an interest. :) I've managed to avoid it with the forums so far. I just treat it as something fun. I reply a lot to statuses (as you've probably noticed :P), but I don't force myself to reply if I have nothing to say about the subject covered. Though I have to admit I used to feel a little bad about that at one point... :adorkable:

    But I have experience myself of a forum becoming something of a routine. There are forums that I visit several times a day, though I never post on them anymore and find them completely boring... Usually that comes to an end after a specific time of no activity. Otherwise, I seem to avoid the burnout effect quite easily – except with music. :muffins:

    I feel you're much better than most with managing their time on a hobby. Some people just are so addicted to something that they can't bare to like it anymore afterwards. ^^

    I have also made this forum a part of my daily routine, either it be that I have nothing to really do in a day or that I'm at work at school, I still browse everyday. :fluttershy:

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  5. 1 minute ago, Rixton said:

    Sometimes I have depressive scenes too, they just come from nothing..."must be the weather...." or "I'm just tired...tomorrow morning ot will be better..." the problem is that I just simply don't know exactly why they come sometimes. Maybe, and it is only a speculation, but maybe there are some personalities who are inclined to this.
    Through this I understand and sorry for you. :sunny:
    I wish you endurance in this part of your times covered with shadows!

    I really like that you decided to comment on here while no one else did. Really makes me feel better knowing that their are others who share my struggles from time to time. Thanks again for this! :fluttershy:

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  6. I am exactly like you in that way, I can get addicted to a sort of thing. This has been my addiction if you could call it that. It's not exactly as much as an addiction as you have had but it's uhh... led me to not study on my schooling. I completely understand where you are coming from and I think doing so will help rejuvenate your love in this place. You have been one of the people who have made my stay here pretty enjoyable to say the least.

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  7. I don't know exactly what your disability is, but I wanted to say that I'm glad you are out now. As someone who has experienced being in the hospital for a part of my body being removed I know how it feels. I hope you have a fast recovery and no complications happen while that happens. If you need to talk at all you can PM me! :grin:

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  8. 5 minutes ago, Cash In said:

    My past is something that I'm not proud of. I was reckless and foolish. 

    I've said things and done things, that I personally consider horrible. I've have been called a horrible person and I still feel guilty. I wish that I could travel through time and stop those from happening. Truth be told, I don't have the ability to that. As time moves forward, so am I. I think that I've allowed myself to become a better person and hope that I can continue to improve myself. 

    You seem like a genuine person TaZe and I won't view you under a negative mindset for what you've done in the past, in contrast to yourself now. 

    I wanted to respond to this before I went to bed. I really do like you, Cash In. You are part of the WPCC family that I view to enjoy company with. You are a very genuine person even if you view yourself in a negative light sometimes. Just wanted to say that I'm thankful I have people like you around.

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  9. 1 minute ago, Tacodidra said:

    The past is the past, what matters is who we are now and that we learn from the mistakes we've made. :kindness:

    And regretting things you've posted on the internet is a familiar feeling to me, as well. I don't think I've trolled or done such things in ages, but there are things that would have been better left unposted – some posts that make me cringe reading them now. Also the reason why I rarely use the same username on more than one forum. :P

    I was honestly thinking if I should change my username to something like my OC's name to distance myself away from my main alias but I don't think I would like a change like that. So for the immediate future, I am keeping this name (Plus I can't change it if I wanted to since I ran out of name change options for this month :please:)

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