It’s not that bad, guys.
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This is a comment by Alastair on the Comment of the Day: “Since I wasn’t crying, I felt like my emotions were minimized because I’m a man.”
Rick Belden isn’t scared of the feeling of pain. He’s just scared he’ll actually have to express it.