National "Get Over it Day"  

SilkenKiera 38F   
393 posts
3/8/2006 12:56 pm

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3/9/2006 3:01 pm

National "Get Over it Day"

Will this day help you to revisit your past mistakes, learn from them, and truly help you move on with life.
Yes. My bad memories must be revisited and released like an angry child
No. I carry my dark memories with me as a reminder that life is a learning experience
Who the hell are you kidding? This is stupid!


roterteufel24 35M
27 posts
3/9/2006 4:53 am

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SilkenKiera 38F   

3/9/2006 7:02 am

~ Jorge, Thanks!


TrapsTomesSteed 42M
202 posts
3/9/2006 2:13 pm

I'm not sure that the intent behind that day is what the media portrays. But I admit I haven't done any research into the origins of a "Get Over it Day". Regardless of the dramamongering the media tried to make out of it, I'd like to think that it's a day to help get over something you're currently coping with, not dredge up age old bad memories. Who the heck would want to do that? Though I'm not really sure what it says about the person who needs a designated day on the calendar to get over something. But I can view it kind of like New Year's. Lots of folks make New Year's resolutions. Almost all of which are things they plan on doing/changing that will improve their lifestyle in one way or another. So I always have to ask, if it's that good for them.... why are they waiting until the New Year to start doing it? So as ridiculous as it seems to have a "Get Over it Day", maybe some people just need a kick in the pants to get on with their lives. Then again, this could be just wishful thinking and a national day for that really is as ridiculous as it sounds.


SilkenKiera 38F   

3/9/2006 3:01 pm

~ zomgz - Well said

Kiera


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