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The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Malavacious Oct 7, 2013. 22 Replies

Hello, I read one of Erich Maria Remarque's books, I do suggest them to everyone, however the ends are really sad a lot of the times. Now I read one of his books, which ends really bad, and it makes…Continue

Two guys looking for purpose.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eduardo Garcia-Padilla Nov 26, 2013. 12 Replies

Hello, We are two men from the Netherlands. We met a couple of years ago on the internet, and we still talk to each other on Skype to this day. We live to far apart to meet more often than once in a…Continue

Where to find a mentor? How to...

Started Jan 24, 2013 0 Replies

Hello all, I'm a guy 20 years old. I feel like I've ran down the mill. I live with my dad but with him we don't get along that well at times. So I'm really at a pinch where I feel lost without…Continue

Porn addicted, please help!

Started this discussion. Last reply by William Jan 29, 2013. 33 Replies

It's a problem common for many young men. And I hope art of manliness might pick this problem up for the young men. However I'm addicted and I want to stop it's hard and though and I wondered if…Continue

 

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Eduardo Garcia-Padilla replied to Mark Last Name's discussion Two guys looking for purpose.
"excellent advice."
Nov 26, 2013
Eduardo Garcia-Padilla replied to Mark Last Name's discussion Two guys looking for purpose.
"The main thing I can advise you is to focus on the fact that you are in College, as Carl Monster mentioned. That means this is the time where you can expose yourself to life and the world with the least amount of limitations. Most of my own…"
Nov 26, 2013
Regular Joe replied to Mark Last Name's discussion Two guys looking for purpose.
"1. Stop killing time by going online and playing video games.   2. Try as many different things in the real world as possible. Even though you're not motivated to do so, make it a goal to try something new / different in the real word as…"
Nov 26, 2013
Jesse Dijkstra replied to Mark Last Name's discussion Two guys looking for purpose.
"Ah yes, playing video games. Quit it. Seriously. I played them too, and I still do, but I play way less than I used to do before.Start reading philosophy, I'm serious, give it a try. The mind is, in my opinion, the most important thing we have.…"
Nov 26, 2013
Malavacious replied to Mark Last Name's discussion The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.
Oct 7, 2013
Michael D. Denny replied to Mark Last Name's discussion The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.
"You know, it's okay to have feelings. To cry at the end of Marley&Me, Wear the Red Fern Grows, etc. It's alright to have and even display  (within dignified boundaries) those feelings.  But dude, you're carrying it way…"
Oct 6, 2013
Rob replied to Mark Last Name's discussion The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.
"I remember being mildly depressed after reading War and Peace. You remind yourself that it's only a fictional story and the characters are not real people. You react to their fictional sorrows because your "mirror neurons" react to…"
Oct 1, 2013
Steve Dallas replied to Mark Last Name's discussion The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.
"I believe it is a must for quality literature. To be able to fully feel and emphasize with the characters, to be brought into their lives and care enough for them that you feel their pain/sacrifice and joy/love."
Oct 1, 2013
Will replied to Mark Last Name's discussion The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.
"I put the book down at that point.  I was too young for it.  I don't know if I'd stop reading now, but it was a horrible vision I wish I'd never imagined. Same for the crime in the film Strange Days.  And a…"
Sep 30, 2013
Max replied to Mark Last Name's discussion The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.
"Heh if I send something out of line that offended you, I apologize."
Sep 30, 2013
Max replied to Mark Last Name's discussion The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.
"yeah... I had to read Lord of The Flies for a government class, good book. What happened to piggy kinda broke me up. "
Sep 30, 2013
Steve Dallas replied to Mark Last Name's discussion The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.
"I didn't take it personally, I found it a particularly stupid comment that needed to smacked down."
Sep 30, 2013
Max replied to Mark Last Name's discussion The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.
"I was making a joke.... looking back it was a rather lame joke.... geeze... so sensitive... Why do you always take everything like a personal offense?"
Sep 30, 2013
Will replied to Mark Last Name's discussion The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.
"Different triggers, perhaps.  For me, it's about saying goodbye to someone or something I love. And sometimes it touches my heart in a happier way, which may still involve some blubbering.  A Beautiful Mind, when the man's…"
Sep 30, 2013
Mark Last Name replied to Mark Last Name's discussion The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.
"It's just that I can relate to the character. If he and I met we would become best friends. That's the feeling I have with such a book. I mean a sad movie or a sad book is just a sad movie, or sad book. For example I could read the most…"
Sep 30, 2013
Mark Last Name replied to Mark Last Name's discussion The sad feeling where you feel gutted after reading a book that ends sad.
"Do you think it's a good thing they leave a mark on you? And what do you mean with dissapear a little? As for me I agree with you for sure.  As for your second reply to Max B, I agree.  He probably has never touched a good book, the…"
Sep 30, 2013

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