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Analysis and comments on Love Letter by Sylvia Plath

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Comment 7 of 94, added on April 23rd, 2012 at 10:42 PM.

If you are worried about this, plsaee talk to somebody. If you’re good at
hiding your true feelings, there’s a chance that nobody knows how you
feel, and it’s not good to keep those feelings bottled up. Whether you
talk to your parents, another relative, a friend, or a school counselor,
it’s good to talk to someone. It sounds to me like you want to talk to
somebody, and I know it can be scary, but the fact that you’re reaching
out to us shows that you are ready to reach out to those around you,
whether you realize it or not. I know what it’s like to hurt people, and
I wish I would have talked to somebody sooner. Even if you think you’re
just hurting yourself, that it turn hurts those that care about you,
that’s how I hurt my family and friends. Just because nobody in your
family has anything like this, doesn’t mean that you don’t. Just like
if somebody in your family did have something it wouldn’t mean that you
would too. I know it can be harder if you’re family doesn’t understand,
but I know that you can do it.

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Comment 6 of 94, added on April 21st, 2012 at 10:44 PM.

Since I don’t personally know you or your mom, I don’t know if I can be
a lot of help. But I have a few gogsestiuns. If you have a friend who
already knows how you feel or who you might be able to tell first, you
might try talking to your friend and have your friend there when you talk
to your mom. Another idea is to look for ideas online; you might find
something that sounds right for you. My other suggestion is to write a
letter. When I was 17 I was going through some things and I didn’t know
how to tell my mom, so I wrote a poem. If writing would be right for you,
then just start writing; maybe you could even show her this website and let
her know that you feel like you could have Bipolar and that you would like
to talk to a psychiatrist or psychologist to try and figure out for sure.
Remember, Bipolar and every other mental illness is just that, an illness.
Nobody can control it, some people need medication. I try to remind myself
that just like people who have diabetes and need medicine, I have Bipolar
and need medicine. Don’t ever forget that you are not alone, even
celebrities like Demi Lovato have Bipolar. Remember to stay strong.

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Comment 5 of 94, added on March 20th, 2012 at 5:12 PM.

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Information about Love Letter

Poet: Sylvia Plath
Poem: Love Letter
Volume: The Collected Poems
Year: 1960
Added: Feb 20 2003
Viewed: 304 times

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