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    I still have angry thoughts of many girls- probably about 50 of them who looked me down. I feel like they have ruined me and sometimes think of things like revenge. I don't think anyone should really do this to me and feel that just because they're in a good position doesn't mean that everyone should take the example of being rude or anything to people. I honestly feel hurt inside and empty as if a part of me shouldn't exist. I wouldn't know how to get rid of this because of this happening to me since I was 12 and also feeling like my family looking me down because they think I should know better or think I don't know any better because of my ADD and that makes me mad too. How do I alleviate this in a easy and healthy way without eating too much and getting addicted to things?
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