Friday, June 29, 2012

One litre of tears


Finally I have watched '1 litre of tears' as recommended by my friends around me. Of course, this time it was because Jimmy has recommended this again, hence I have decided to give it a try.


Damn, make me cry like nobody's business. There are like 11 episodes and basically I was crying when I watched  each of them. ._. Then the next day I will have swollen eyes. Rofl, I cannot believe that I still have this kind of moments after working. I thought it only happens when one is still studying, especially college time. However, people said that crying is a good way to release stress, aye? 

People always look at you at a different way because you're different from the others. The stares, where it can actually make people feel uncomfortable. How sad it is when one person cannot do what he/she wants just because to fit in the community. Sometimes just to avoid the extra concerns or maybe the stares. No doubt, people talk and gossip. The worst part of all is when people that you are close to are feeling ashamed due to such situation or condition.

Waiting and hope. In the end of the day, most of us might have to go through the 5 stages of grief.
- Denial
- Anger
- Bargaining
- Depression
- Acceptance

This is the Kübler-Ross model, a hypothesis that the reactions to illness, death, and loss are as unique as the person experiencing them. 


Especially living in Malaysia, if you are being different, it can be a pain as people are always being busybody. However, I believe not all of them. I still have faith in humanity.