30 Day Challenge

30-Day Challenge: Day 21 – What Make You Sad

October 22, 2018

Hello,

Welcome to my 30-day challenge! Today, I ‘ll be telling you about the things that makes me sad.

This post will be pretty much similar to my last post about what makes me happy.

To be honest, I don’t have a lot of things that make me sad. I’m always the individual that laughs when bad things come. I cope better that way. I know that it’s okay to be sad at times since it gets you to think about life in general, but also grateful for what you have currently. So be sad a little while.

So let’s get started.


1. Being Bullied – This is also from experience. When I see a kid or even an adult getting mistreated in some way, I start getting in my feelings, get angry, and start crying. No one deserves to be mistreated, even if they’re different. We all deserve some respect.

I would remember my baby brother, one day when he was in middle school when a couple of kids would make fun of him! Anyways, thank God that he was okay the remaining of middle school and high school.

And this is being in my soapbox: When I hear someone say that kids will be kids, well, not all kids are like that. No kid should hurt another kid because they’re different. We should all teach our children proper respect and courtesy for everyone.

2. Kids being mistreated by adults – my mom was actually showing me a video of parents mistreating their infant, which appalled me and made me very upset, that in the end, I started crying.

I get very emotional and sensitive when someone hurts another person for no apparent reason. It’s just wrong.

3. A conflict between the people I love – this could be from an emotional, physical, or mental view. I don’t like it.

4. A heartbreak – 

5. Lovers far apart

There you go!

These are all the things that make me sad. As you can see, the one thing that makes me sad, and mad, is bullying. It hurts and it’s painful. No one should deal with that, not even an adult.


What makes you sad? Leave it in the comments below!

Until Next Time,

Simply Alia

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