Depression (Advice #15)

  It has been said that depression is only true when a person undergoes deep sadness. There are plenty of forms of depression. It can be rooted to many things to like loneliness, heartbreak, career, family, friends, life or death. And what worse is that you keep it to yourself because you keep teeling yourself that you could do it, you can fix it on your own. You don’t need someone’s help because they have other problems. 

Depression can also be considered as a disorder meaning that you need medical help because this can’t be fixed with one seating and you can’t put it under the rug. Some people don’t  even survive this disorder because of how deep their sadness is that all of their self-esteem, self-confidence, self-control are gone. 

They also think that the only way out of this hell world is to kill themselves. And that is wrong. 

If you feel you can’t do it, get some medical help. If you are not comfortable with that, tell your parents or friends to lift your spirits up. Don’t bottle it up, just let go and feel it. Be strong.

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Being Part of the LGBT Community (Advice #13)

Being part of this community is free-ing because it shows that you are not afraid to be yourself around others. Making yourself known to the world that you are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. But we all know that some people won’t accept that and would even go to extremes to show you that like bullying. That is there problem not ours. I mean liking someone of the same gender or both genders for the matter is not even the point but the person, you like the person regardless of anything. Don’t be afraid to come out. But also know the consequence, some of your friends might accept you and some might not. Some of your relatives might tolerate and accept it but some might shun you forever. If your friend just sees the LGBT trait you are having and not your personality then they were not your friends in the first place. Your relatives will come around eventually because they are your family.

It all circles back to you as a person. How you would feel about this. How you would accept yourself and be brave enough to come out. You can tolerate it and deny it but you will just hurt yourself. 

Humanity should love regardless of whom they like and who they are sharing their bed with or if they are lesbian, gay, straight, bisexual or transgender. We are all human after all treat us as such. See their personalities, get to know them and you might not know, they can help you in the end.

There is nothing wrong if you are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, you are who you are and nobody shall influence or destroy that. Be proud of who you are!

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Friends (Advice #9)

Friends are special. You tend to share things with them some things that you may rarely share with your parents because they might not understand. Friends are there for you no matter what but there are friends that use you blindly and hurt in more ways that one. There are also friends who would do anything for you because they are kind or might harbor some feelings for you.

Treat your friends right. Do not take them for granted. Be a giver. This will mark your friendship, your bond with each other and remember it for the rest of your lives. Love your friends like they are your family.

This is Advice with Kalizo. Over and Out.

Change (Advice #7)

Changing can be considered as good and bad. Some people are scared of it, some people embrace it. Some love change, some don’t. Change can be within or in our surroundings. It depends on the perspective of the person on how he/she cope and deal with the change. In some point in our lives, we undergo a change whether small or big.

Changing can be a lot of reasons depending on your surroundings, like adapting to a new situation, forming new relationships, realizing that there is something missing etc. But it also depends on the people, your family, friends, yourself. It can be peer pressure, self-realizations.

Questions are can you handle it? Will you go through it? How can it affect you?

This is Advice with Kalizo. Over and Out.

Dealing with Toxic People (Advice #6)

Toxic People are those who have bad influences, bad traits, negative thoughts, and plain bad Honestly, I had my fair share with these people. Some are ignorant at the fact. They influence the bad to the good. I had this friend who would judge anyone even though a person with amazing talent is in front of her. She would see the physical traits first. Like who does that? After plenty of insulting other people, I confronted her about the situation and she got mad at me. I guess some people don’t change.
I try not to be like that because I know that it would hurt people’s self esteem, feelings etc. Please people if you are like this, please refrain from doing so. And friends of those people, try talking to them about before you stay away from them because you never know that they might change for the better.
This is Advice with Kalizo. Over and Out. 

Loneliness (Advice #4)

Loneliness can lead to many things nad most of the people who experience this will feel depressed and unwanted by people. Even when you are in a crowd or in a group, you can still feel lonely. It doesn’t have to be literal but the thoughr of it will haunt you. 

For me, being lonely is when you have no one to talk to in a  deep sense or when you are experiencing difficult problems. Not having to talk something that has been there for days, weeks, months, years is heartbreaking. 

One solution is theraphy, getting to talk about your feelings and other things. Another solution is talking to your family about your problem because surely they are there for you. Also a solution is getting to talk to your closest friend or a person you are comfortable with. Bringing your walls down, making yourself vulnerable. How can you trust someone to keep your secrets to themselves?

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Rollercoaster Week (Advice #1)

People may have experienced this type of week. Whereas, everyday has positive and negative moments. It was also the first week of our second semester. Meeting new professors, getting to know their personalities. Are they terror profs or good profs? Great thing, they are all good. I’m going to tell you how to survive this kind of week and overcome it.

First of all, think of the bright side. Thinking positive of things will make you enthusiastic on the next day and make you plan out everything that might happen. Another thing is to do your best always. Don’t say “that’s good enough”, say “what can i do to make this thing better?”. Just do and do until you make it great for your eyes 🙂

Most common in rollercoaster week is family problems. If you encounter any of them like being neglected and not having communication. You initiate and ask the questions yourself. This would make you more mature about the subject and have a better.understanding on what is happening.

Crushes haha. This was my kinda-problem in my rollercoaster week. When you get “close” with one another. It can be a distraction sometimes. Play it cool. You never know how it will turn out.

Ups and downs moments. Try to balance things out with optimism. Don’t be too happy when the situation is not good or too sad when everyone is having a great time. Learn to “sympathize”with people.

Thank you for reading my post. Hope ig helped you in more ways than one. Goodluck people!

This is Advice with Kalizo. Over and Out.