i wanted to make this to celebrate your amazing life with its happy moments, instead of morning in darkness.
feminist, artist, friend, idol. you you were the most inspirational person i’ve ever seen. as i’ve said on my story, i never kept up with fx but i loved watching your lives and kept up with all your posts. i got so happy when i saw your beautiful smile.
“sulli didn’t commit suicide, she was murdered by society” a quote i read and i really love. it shows the importance of thinking before you speak, and being genuine. maybe you “don’t intend on bullying” but whenever you say something hurtful to someone, they’ll consider your words and it’ll get out of hand, such as this instance. just because people smile all the time and seem happy, they may not be ok.
we take happiness for granted, especially when it’s an idol we often come to to get happy and smile. when you’re in that position, and share so much of your life, you get pressured to act perfect. i know i’m repeating myself here but what i’m trying to say is no matter what your position is in society, if you feel alone and sad, talk to someone. most people know this but the people i know, and i know struggles don’t talk to anyone except maybe a few friends. that can help a lot, to just get that one case of your chest. but if your friends doesn’t make you feel better, and you feel like they don’t help at all, talk to an adult. that’s probably the first think to do but i know it’s easier to go to a friend you trust. but trust me (heh) talk to an adult, and if you aren’t that close to your parents, talk to your teacher, school counselor, your sister, aunt, maybe even your dentist for all i know. just someone you trust who has more experience and who can help you more then a teen who probably feels the exact same emotions you do. sorry this got so long, and it probably doesn’t make sense at this point- but this is a really important subject for me and i don’t want to lose any more people i love.
and sulli, may you rest in peace, beautiful soul.