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I'm not really big on negative things, and just like the whole of society, I find it very disturbing when things happen to children (in real or fictional situations).  It just, for some reason, tears me up inside.  I think I might know why, but first there's something I'm trying to figure out.

Whenever something bad happens to a child, how come I can always see Azlynn's face?  (And yes, there are times I find myself crying over it.)  Maybe it's the parent in me, but I don't know.
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Added: 6 years, 10 months ago
6 years, 10 months ago
The only knowledge i have, is intro to psychology.
But it sounds like its relating to an event or scenerio that you have or could have been in.  When you look at a art piece or rl story, youre "mirror neutrons" kick in and you feel what that person is going throught, hench why football is so popular.
Sorry for any mistakes, this was typed on my phone keypad.
Its also why people cring when they see a bad accedient or car crash.
I can only suggest seeking higher qualified assistence, if its really bad.  
6 years, 10 months ago
No, it's not bad.  And I definitely know the difference, so it's not something I need to seek therapy for.  I think, for the most part, this has everything to do with fear.  Only thing is, I don't have the luxury of putting it to the side.  I have to face it.
6 years, 10 months ago
Well he is a very awesome charecter and his facial expressions are very well done.   Have you tried createing him a friend yet?  Try makeing him a school friend "both in one picture". (playing a video game or a sport) Then just his friend by himself,  and record you're thoughts(emotions) before and after each new drawing. I'd like to see if that helps.
6 years, 10 months ago
I know this wont help so much but. Feelings are a beatuful thing and more when they involve other people.
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