Allstar Weekend’s Favorite Selena Songs

  • iSarcasticING

    livingoutloud said:
    iSarcasticING said:
    Well concerning my weight issue, my parents always tell me to get straight A’s, never have sex, and don’t do drugs. It’s just sort of pressuring to keep up good grades all the time, and not get tempted of… well you know. It’s mainly why I got an eating disorder. It helps take the pain away. I still eat, it’s just when I get nervous or worried about my weight, I just stop eating for a long time. And concerning other people, I just, i don’t know, I don’t mean to hurt people’s feelings when I say negative things. I thought it was funny, but… idk.

    You can’t let the pressure of your parents hold you back too much. In the end, it’s your life and you’re in control of it. They need to realize that you’re growing up, experimenting, learning, searching for yourself, etc. Parents often forget what their kids are going through because they are so worried about them, they just want nothing bad to happen to them. But you need to give them reassure that you’re okay, and you’re not going to through your education down the toilet, or get some girl knocked up, you know? They need to know that they raised you right, they did a good job, and now it’s your turn to learn for yourself.

    I understand about the ED, however there are other ways of coping. Find more positive things to focus on whenever you feel pain or stressed. Take baby steps. Also, for hurting people, you need to realize the real affect you can have on someone. I’ve been hurt by words, and it has caused me to do things, and you need to put yourself in that persons shoes. Just think, what if someone was really on edge, and you cracked one joke about an insecurity..that might make them end their life. And in the end, you’d be the one that would have to carry that for the rest of your life. You know what I’m saying?

    I’M SO SORRY FOR LEAVING.
    Thanks for saying that. It really helps. I think I’m letting my personal issues interact with my OU feelings which isn’t right. Nobody has done anything rude to me here so I shouldn’t start. And I’ll be more nice with my words from now on. Thanks for listening. :)

  • livingoutloud

    iSarcasticING said:
    Well concerning my weight issue, my parents always tell me to get straight A’s, never have sex, and don’t do drugs. It’s just sort of pressuring to keep up good grades all the time, and not get tempted of… well you know. It’s mainly why I got an eating disorder. It helps take the pain away. I still eat, it’s just when I get nervous or worried about my weight, I just stop eating for a long time. And concerning other people, I just, i don’t know, I don’t mean to hurt people’s feelings when I say negative things. I thought it was funny, but… idk.

    You can’t let the pressure of your parents hold you back too much. In the end, it’s your life and you’re in control of it. They need to realize that you’re growing up, experimenting, learning, searching for yourself, etc. Parents often forget what their kids are going through because they are so worried about them, they just want nothing bad to happen to them. But you need to give them reassure that you’re okay, and you’re not going to through your education down the toilet, or get some girl knocked up, you know? They need to know that they raised you right, they did a good job, and now it’s your turn to learn for yourself.

    I understand about the ED, however there are other ways of coping. Find more positive things to focus on whenever you feel pain or stressed. Take baby steps. Also, for hurting people, you need to realize the real affect you can have on someone. I’ve been hurt by words, and it has caused me to do things, and you need to put yourself in that persons shoes. Just think, what if someone was really on edge, and you cracked one joke about an insecurity..that might make them end their life. And in the end, you’d be the one that would have to carry that for the rest of your life. You know what I’m saying?

  • livingoutloud

    iSarcasticING said:
    livingoutloud said:
    iSarcasticING said:
    Well concerning my weight issue, my parents always tell me to get straight A’s, never have sex, and don’t do drugs. It’s just sort of pressuring to keep up good grades all the time, and not get tempted of… well you know. It’s mainly why I got an eating disorder. It helps take the pain away. I still eat, it’s just when I get nervous or worried about my weight, I just stop eating for a long time. And concerning other people, I just, i don’t know, I don’t mean to hurt people’s feelings when I say negative things. I thought it was funny, but… idk.

    You can’t let the pressure of your parents hold you back too much. In the end, it’s your life and you’re in control of it. They need to realize that you’re growing up, experimenting, learning, searching for yourself, etc. Parents often forget what their kids are going through because they are so worried about them, they just want nothing bad to happen to them. But you need to give them reassure that you’re okay, and you’re not going to through your education down the toilet, or get some girl knocked up, you know? They need to know that they raised you right, they did a good job, and now it’s your turn to learn for yourself.

    I understand about the ED, however there are other ways of coping. Find more positive things to focus on whenever you feel pain or stressed. Take baby steps. Also, for hurting people, you need to realize the real affect you can have on someone. I’ve been hurt by words, and it has caused me to do things, and you need to put yourself in that persons shoes. Just think, what if someone was really on edge, and you cracked one joke about an insecurity..that might make them end their life. And in the end, you’d be the one that would have to carry that for the rest of your life. You know what I’m saying?

    I’M SO SORRY FOR LEAVING.
    Thanks for saying that. It really helps. I think I’m letting my personal issues interact with my OU feelings which isn’t right. Nobody has done anything rude to me here so I shouldn’t start. And I’ll be more nice with my words from now on. Thanks for listening. :)


    It’s okay. No problem, anytime. Thats one thing I’ve learned in life is not to mix your personal feelings with other things. And, you CAN’T take things personal on OU. Everyone gets so worked up and says fucked up shit all the time, but you can’t let that affect you. If you do, it’ll rip you apart. But, I hope I hoped, <3

  • iSarcasticING

    livingoutloud said:
    I think Jennah was upset, and it’s an issue shes passionate about, so she took advantage of that and let her get her words out. When people feel one ounce of power, they’ll do anything to use it and keep it. But the fact that she said sorry, means something yes?

    And about weight, I deal with the same thing, day to day. However, we have different ways of coping. But, poking fun at others isn’t helping tbh, it’s hindering you. You need to talk about it, you need to gain confidence and self esteem. And I know it’s not easy, trust me. I’ve dealt with all of this before, so I can help if you want?

    Well concerning my weight issue, my parents always tell me to get straight A’s, never have sex, and don’t do drugs. It’s just sort of pressuring to keep up good grades all the time, and not get tempted of… well you know. It’s mainly why I got an eating disorder. It helps take the pain away. I still eat, it’s just when I get nervous or worried about my weight, I just stop eating for a long time. And concerning other people, I just, i don’t know, I don’t mean to hurt people’s feelings when I say negative things. I thought it was funny, but… idk.

  • Anonymous

    i love them sooo much !!!!
    come in france !!

  • livingoutloud

    hiyyyyaaa jordan

  • iSarcasticING

    @livingoutloud I’m just sort of upset because Jennah went all out on my in front of EVERYBODY instead of telling me to talk personally. And I don’t even know why I go on OU anymore, I just feel that if I leave, then I’ll be considered even more of a joke, or hated. And weight has always been an issue with me so it’s hard for me to not talk about it when I deal with it every day. I poke fun at other people because it somewhat makes me feel better about myself, ya know? idk..

  • Anonymous

    Cool and I kinda wish that Cameron would go out with Selena but right now she seems happy with Justin.

  • livingoutloud

    I think Jennah was upset, and it’s an issue shes passionate about, so she took advantage of that and let her get her words out. When people feel one ounce of power, they’ll do anything to use it and keep it. But the fact that she said sorry, means something yes?

    And about weight, I deal with the same thing, day to day. However, we have different ways of coping. But, poking fun at others isn’t helping tbh, it’s hindering you. You need to talk about it, you need to gain confidence and self esteem. And I know it’s not easy, trust me. I’ve dealt with all of this before, so I can help if you want?

  • Anonymous

    Omg that’s so weired

  • Anonymous

    cinnamon rolls..

  • Della frey

    Cool 8)!!! Not really a fan of this band but gotta afldmit there pretty cool

  • Anonymous

    i agree with the anonymous a few comments up! cameron and selena would be awesome together