Martin-Boy2 wrote:Ugh i feel you. Every time i go to the hairdressers i come back thinking it looks worse. Although i know i need mine done as it's getting too long and will get it done next week, may take pics lol.
The good thing is Jena - It grows back!! Most of the time lol.
Boss Man wrote:Actually I thought you looked beautiful in the photo, no really, I thought you actually looked quite striking .
Boss Man wrote:In reality, if you want to stay positive, don't look for the little faults.
Boss Man wrote:Oh yeah and short hair actually works on you. Not necessarily how you wanted it to know, but there's still a lot you can do with short anyway if you're female. It's all about imagination.
MissJenaKay wrote:Boss Man wrote:Actually I thought you looked beautiful in the photo, no really, I thought you actually looked quite striking .
You on crack?? Lol.
feelin-great wrote:MissJenaKay wrote:Boss Man wrote:Actually I thought you looked beautiful in the photo, no really, I thought you actually looked quite striking .
You on crack?? Lol.
I happen to agree with Boss Man - you don't see yourself the way others do. I think he used a great word - you really are striking
Boss Man wrote:That's good of you to let us crack heads have an opinion
Not sure about the pins in your hair giving you headaches, because unless you've been using them like acupuncture needles and actually sticking them in your head, then I'm a little stumped.
I think it is brilliant. Beautiful. And I think it captures perfectly the emotions and feelings you have been working through lately. I love it. It is a gift to be able to draw, but it is a true talent that can transfer thoughts and emotion to paper and bring the viewer into their world of feelings and experience.MissJenaKay wrote:They say that when you draw without an aim, your mind works itself out on the paper
Yes you are. Hold on to that. I understand what you are saying, there has been so much happen in my life, and I've lost my way, many times - but i always had my art and poetry to hold onto, one thing that I could count on to remind me of who I am. It will serve you well your entire life.MissJenaKay wrote:The only thing I know that IS me that I'm an artist. It's the only thing that I've kept as my own through all these years.
Boss Man wrote:You're a supreme talent Jena .
I can see how that picture externalises what you feel and I know you'd probably feel about your art, the way you do about your studies and feel negatively of anything that doesn't meet a pre-defined standard, but you're capable of something many aren't.
What you could do to follow up on that, is now that you have picture that describes the differing emotions you display at various times, why not do one that describes the emotions you want to feel in the future?
Maybe it would show a person who is more happy, or perhaps still questioning the world from a good perspective.
Maybe if you discover the person you think you could be, by drawing / creating her, it might make you more able to want that inner self more, and make the pursuit of her, a strong and continued focus in your life, just like your studies are .
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