Friday, July 6, 2012

In the Pursuit of Happiness, It's Difficult but It's Gets Better

(Tampa - Fl) -- There is something I always believed it's unfair that people have to say who they love and a narrow segment of society judging. I firmly believe that everyone has the right to love the person they treasure without any taboo. The problem is when people try to impose and any imposition of character is wrong, let them live and live, as some people say every now and then.

I recently spoke with my parents about my own sexual orientation, I am bisexual and I can say that my better half is a man, the chat became a fight in less than 24 ours and I am experience twice the life of someone who decided to become an honest person with his own self in order to achieve happiness. We can't lie to our personas, it's impossible and denying who we are can cause stress to our own mental health as well physical bodies. I really think is wrong that a simple matter as love people judge it, but then again that people will judge and ignorant individuals who have no other weapons will use religion as the maximum truth even to explain pseudo-scientific facts even if life is more complex than one reality as it is composed of million different realities under one world.

The only unnatural thing it's celibacy, there is no such thing in the world and yet humans are the only ones to say it is a natural behavior. It gets better but the path is painful much of the time for much of the people who decide to be happy even if that means to defy the status-quo.You are never alone, there will be always a friend who will support you even if they are n the distance, and there are several hotline such as the GLTB National Help Center who will assist people in despair, I can say thanks to a friend I discovered how these hotline's can really help you.

Sometimes it's difficult, it's never easy to come in fact with the terms, I have to say it's been an emotional roller coaster with so many different factors to analyze and think, one thing I was debating in my head if I should do it was the economical factor, many young people who come at peace with their life think that as they rely on their parents and probably that's the biggest fear, being alone and without a penny and that is a situation that happens to many people who are cut from their families because their sexual orientation varies with their values.

Values is a strong word, a really treacherous word that usually separate individuals, duality, good or wrong. There is no duality in the universe even for shades between black and white there is always grey. What is good or wrong.? The ability to discern what can destroy you or to make you happy, the tears.? Who knows, for is just the ability to discern what is the best from the wrong according to your living experiences, there are times where we can't pretend, where it's you or them, a moment to take a decision but you will have to pay for the consequences the good one and the bad ones.

It takes a lot of courage, I am relearning certain things such as about life, friendship and love and what you can do to survive. It's not easy, but there is always hope and strengths to continue off, because if you keep fighting it will get better.

4 comments:

  1. Th hardest thing is coming out to your family, they don't always take it well. Some live in the old fashion ways, but who are they to say its wrong or bad we all learn from are mistakes, you will learn right from wrong on your own time not on theirs, I'm so proud that your truthful not only with them but your self. Your feelings are so much more important then anything else at this time, you are choosing to be happy and that's all that counts. <3 you know I will always be here for you love <3

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  2. I have always defied the status quo and the unreal expectations society places on us because I was given freedom and the right to make decision to suit myself and I will go on to defend that right no matter what it takes. For those who have married and brought children into the world, that is their choice. To stand up for what you believe in takes a lot of courage, and even thought it may be a lonely existence, it is often a necessary existence. People who truly love you for who you are will stand by you, those who don't stand by you don't deserve the time you generously give to them, and don't deserve to be in your life.

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    1. Mate, thank you; your support has been amazing.

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