The perspective of love, for Habbos, is a little weird! Consider a world where physical contact is not a reality and all we have left as a source of affection are the words you use and, if you’re as obsessive as Barbara, how serene your typing is. Hey, love knocked on her door AGAIN… and now that the stickies are bought with duckets, she decorates her confab room with the kind of thoughts she would never share to another human being whose Achievement Score is lower than 2000.
The raw open wound that is your heart, love gushing out of it at such a speed as they smash it to smithereens with their razor blade words. You scream ‘NO’ as they continue to break it, nothing stopping them on their mission. Their blows coming harder & faster, desperately wanting to break you, destroy you.
It suddenly comes to an abrupt end; they simply turn and walk away as if out of a trance & heading back to normality – but you don’t know what that is anymore.
So being a new Article Writer here on Habbox, I was scratching my head trying to think of an interesting article to write, and usually I’m quite creative, but I guess when you’re put on the spot, your mind just goes blank; well… It came to me!!! What am I most in the know and familiar with that I could possibly write about…?
Most of you who follow Miss Lovato have either watched or are planning to watch her new documentary on Youtube – Simply Complicated. Without spoiling it, it simply gives you an insight into the real Demi & her battles with Mental Health as well as using both legal & illegal substances to get through what must have been a difficult childhood.
She touches on the bipolar disorder she has as well as the depression and anxiety but continues to spread the message that talking about it openly & honestly as well as putting all that energy into her music, is the key to her strength. Along with a few promotions of her work-out gear, Demi showed us the positive effects that exercise & being outside has on the soul, mind and body. She continues to battle with one final problem she has but doesn’t seem to want to talk about it all too much.
I beg you to watch it whether you are a fan of hers or not; it takes the edge off the pain of our own problems, if only for a little while. And remember I am here if you ever need to talk or want some advice; I have had a few Habbos get in touch already and we are on the path to recovery; why not join us?