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from SeanSwede - Monday, February 18, 2008
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Hey everyone!

Just wanna say that I miss you all so much. Life is not the same without my good old friends. I want to leave this country someday. Does anyone have any ideas as to where I could fit in best in this world or have I really been placed on the wrong my contiousness keeps telling me.

Haveing spoken english most of my life since I was 5 years old,I feel that I dont really belong here in Sweden. I realise that I am unhappy. I dont like the country or the language. I came back to Sweden to try to find my roots and to try to become one with the swedes but, as the years went by I started to become more and more unsatisfied. I am lucky to have a college at my job who is from the states and is a great guy to converse with as is for him to interact with me in our language. I am looked on as very different within this society and it has become more clearly to me that I dont really fit in or belong here because I am so unswedish. The codes of engagement here so to speak are very clear and I dont like the mentality of europe. They have a hard time with change or new ways of thinking. Its very old fashion to certain extents. Oh well, I could go on and on about this but I just need to see if any one has experienced the same thing as I have.

All of you old friends out there who know me, please give me a holler especially you all who I knew in Japan. I need some help to try to get my head together about this. Ive been in this "stop the world I wanna get off" mode for years now and am getting really tired of everything. Things are seeming to become more and more boring and meaningless.

Now you TFI-ers who may be reading this, dont think for a second about what you are thinking about when you are reading this because I am far more happier anywhere than being in the TFI...thats for sure!

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from scorpion
Thursday, December 04, 2008 - 01:13

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PTL, I say u go join the army just like most young kids do these days that get out of the family cuz they like there makers are robots, there only knowledge or function is to "take orders". haha I pity all of u that have to relate or express urselves in articles to get ur feelings out, what behind a computer?! comon, u want to change the way u feel or ur mindset find some real friends that u can relate to and friends that actually give a fuk about u and would do somthing about it, sadly my friend ur not going to find those kind of friends workin in a place like u are. so stop blamin ur past for who u are, u urself made what u are today, so chin up take the blame and face ur life and do wat u need to, to stand back up
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from LL
Friday, April 18, 2008 - 03:20

I'm with you on that one, I'm living in Germany surrounded by people who are 100% "systemites" and yeah, I think Europe is quite stuck on old ways, though you might be surprised to find a few who are very open and educated in the ways of the modern world. I am very happy with where I'm at right now, I haven't been happier in my life since I left (7 yrs ago). But nevertheless it's hard when you meet other people and you can't really talk about you past when they ask without it sounding so far-fetched, they talk about their normal, fun, childhood and yourmind is racing trying to find the most "normal" childhood memory of your own just to come up empt-handed, I know what you mean about it being so hard to adapt and "fit"...I think you shouldn't try to fit, we're all our own person and there's a lot of people out there who will love you for who you are, I find that the one thing I am lacking though is that "other" someone who's been where I was, I can live my life and be as happy as can be but I will always need that someone who knows what I'm talking about when something I do or say reflects my background....know what I mean? I suggest trying to move to a place where there's at least one other ex-fam member you can regularly hang out with or if that's difficult try having one you can call and talk about stuff, life, anything you want! I think all us ex-s are here for eachother, I'm sure we'll all be more than happy to help.
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from No more
Wednesday, February 20, 2008 - 23:35

Vad sägs om att flytta till Tystagatan på Östermalm?
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From SeanSwede
Thursday, February 21, 2008, 23:10


Tystagatan på Östermalm? Ja det låter inte dåligt.

Vem är du förresten?...vänta nu, är det journalisten eller? :)

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Ha det bra i alla fall. Jag sitter här nu på jobbet i Huddinge och skriver men måste återgå till mitt arbete. Hör gärna av dig tack och trevlig helg.(reply to this comment

from Phoenixkidd
Tuesday, February 19, 2008 - 10:33

Sean email or call me! Sounds like this is desperate.
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