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Hi, my name's Paige(:

I'm thirteen years old and going into the 8th grade. My birthday is September 29th. I'm in love with Eminem. Softball is my passion. I'm obsessed with Harry Potter. Summer is my favorite time of year. I could go on and tell you a bunch of random facts about me, but you're probably already bored, so I'll just stop there.

Behind my smile, is a world of pain that nobody should ever have to live in. I've been bruised and I've been broken. I'm slowly trying to put myself back together, piece by piece. If I told you my secrets, you'd never be able to look at me the same. Get to know me.

You're all beautiful in your own way. Never change to please someone else. I'm here for each and every person on Witty. I will never judge you. You're never alone, I'm always just a comment away.

Stay beautiful, loves.
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  1. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 13, 2012 11:34pm EDT
    I just really want a guy best friend. ♥

  2. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 13, 2012 6:55pm EDT
    The more crap you go through,
    the more you just want to be alone. « « « « « « « «

  3. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 13, 2012 2:24am EDT
    I would swim across the ocean for you.♥

  4. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 13, 2012 12:43am EDT
    Do your thoughts scare you?

  5. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 13, 2012 12:40am EDT
    I would do anything to see you happy,
    even if it means that I have to be sad.♥

  6. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 12, 2012 10:11pm EDT
    I always seem to think about
    all the stupid & embaressing things I've done in front of you, and it makes me feel like an idiot.

  7. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 12, 2012 9:48pm EDT
    I hate every inch of who I've become.

  8. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 11, 2012 10:39pm EDT
    Trying to force yourself to love someone when you really don't
    is like trying to solve a puzzle with all the wrong pieces.♥

  9. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
    posted a quote
    July 11, 2012 10:30pm EDT
    The amazing moment
    when you're crush can tell you're not okay, even though you gave no sign of being upset.

  10. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 11, 2012 10:20pm EDT
    Birth - ajklsfdertieopsvnjfsdklcmagfnwejlgtnjswg - Death

  11. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 11, 2012 10:00pm EDT
    His voice gives me butterflies.

  12. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 8, 2012 2:04am EDT
    Eventually, the depression will take you over. It will start to control you. You'll lose interest in all the things you used to love. You'll never want to do anything. You'll just want to sit at home by yourself, every single night.

  13. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 8, 2012 1:55am EDT
    Do you know what it's like when your
    thoughts keep you up at night?

  14. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 7, 2012 7:50pm EDT
    Wake up and smell the Internet.

  15. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
    posted a quote
    July 7, 2012 7:25pm EDT
    Boyfri(end)
    Girlfri(end)
    Fri(end)
    Inter(forever)net
    *JoeBro's format

  16. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 7, 2012 4:16pm EDT
    Cutting.
    Cutting and other self-harming behaviors are coping mechanisms in response to stress or anxiety, depression, compulsive feelings, feelings of emptiness, or other distressing emotions. The act of cutting releases endorphins, producing calm relief or even euphoria. While not chemically addictive, self-injury can be extremely difficult to stop simply because it is so effective, despite its attendant risks and overwhelming social stigma.
    Self-harming behaviors are, by definition, NOT suicide attempts, although cutting can result in serious infections or accidental death - or more often, trips to the emergency room for stitches.
    A popular assumption is that most cutters are young women, often with a history of psychological trauma, abuse, or loss. The demographics of cutters are actually difficult to determine - in part because, contrary to another common belief, most cutters go to great lengths to conceal their behavior.
    Female cutters often self-injure in less publicly visible areas, such as their thighs, and/or wear jewelry, makeup, and clothing meant to cover up their wounds. Some cutters who have many obvious scars nonetheless are ashamed of their behavior and won't admit to it if questioned. Cat scratches or shaving cuts are common excuses.
    A wider definition of self-injury includes, in addition to self-burning, behaviors such as banging one's head, hitting oneself, and scratching or pinching oneself, which are more common than cutting among young people of both genders.
    The demographics of cutting may be changing as the behavior is more widely publicized. People who formerly practiced some of these other less harmful behaviors may be tempted to experiment with cutting. If they continue to do so, it is probably because they find cutting to be satisfying or effective, NOT because the behavior is or ever has been "trendy."
    As for the association with emo music and culture, most (but not all) cutters are young people, and many young people listen to emo bands. In addition, people who are distressed are often attracted to music that relates to what they are going through. However, since most cutters conceal their behavior, it may be only a small minority that vocally identifies with emo culture.
    The maliciously joking attitude that many people have toward cutting may be due to the disgust, confusion, and horror that the idea generally provokes. Becoming educated about cutting can diminish those feelings and help to create a supportive attitude toward friends and family members who struggle with self-injury.
    *This is not mine.*
    *JoeBro's format

  17. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 7, 2012 4:05pm EDT
    I relapsed.

  18. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 7, 2012 3:05pm EDT
    Hiding in the Shadows
    [ Chapter One ]
    I felt strong, rough hands grab my arms. I hated the feeling of being restrained. The whole room seemed to be spinning. I felt something warm and red trickle down my arms. Everything around me was fading into nothingness.
    I was being dragged into a white van with red and blue sirens blaring at the top. The throbbing in my head was becoming unbearable. I felt the van jerk foward, and suddenly we were whizzing down the street, well over the speed limit. I had to fight for my each and every breath.
    "Hallie, can you hear me?" one of the men asked me.
    I went to answer, but I couldn't seem to form any sounds. Helplessly, I sat there, unable to do anything but think and breathe.
    Suddenly, I felt the van come to a stop. The two men hoisted me onto a stretcher. They pushed the stretcher out of the van and onto the hot pavement below. I looked up and noticed a hint of desperation in their eyes. For a moment, I wondered if I even cared whether I made it or not. No, I couldn't afford to think like that. This isn't what I wanted. I had made a mistake, a huge mistake, that may end up costing me my life.
    The two nurses rolled me down hall after hall. Everything seemed to be moving in slow motion. I was starting to think it would never end. All I could see was white. White walls, white doors, white floors, white everything. This was all one huge nightmare. I couldn't hear the nurses voices anymore. My vision started getting blurry. Everything started turning black...
    I don't remember anything after that. The next thing I knew, I was laying in a hospital bed with bandages covering my wrists. That wasn't the only thing on my wrists, though. There was also a hospital bracelet that read, "North Ridgeway's Mental Institution for Minors".
    My eyes shot open as the blaring of my alarm clock filled the room. I sat up, breathing heavily. I checked my wrist. There was no hospital bracelet, only dozens of scars. I wasn't back in that horrible place. It was only a dream, the same dream I had every single night.
    Authors Note: Well, what do you guys think? It might be a little confusing right now, but the next few chapters will help you understand Hallie's situation a lot better. Please, give me feedback!
    ~ Paige

  19. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
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    July 7, 2012 1:05am EDT
    Hiding in the Shadows
    [ Intro ]
    When you're a fourteen year old girl, you just want to be happy and live your life without a care in the world. Your worst worry should be what shade of lipstick you want to where to school that day. Unfortunately, this wasn't the case for Hallie Mitchell.
    After her mother's suicide, Hallie's whole world seemed to be falling apart right in front of her eyes. She fell into a bottomless pit known as depression. She struggled in and out of school. Her father turned to alcohol to help him cope with his loss. She grew apart from her little sister, Aubrielle. Hallie started doing drastic things to help her gain back her happiness, but these things may just cost her her life.
    **Author's Note: So, what do you guys think? Is it any good? Should I keep writing? Please give me feedback! I love constructive critisism, so comment away(: **

  20. _SpeakYourMind _SpeakYourMind
    posted a quote
    July 4, 2012 12:34am EDT
    You give me the
    kind of feelings people write novels about.

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