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panic cord | an aromantic playlist


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A playlist for aromantics or discovering aromantics~

This playlist is a journey, from believing I'd find romance eventually, to giving up, to accepting my different version of a happy and meaningful life.

UPDATE: I DISCOVERED A TRACK HAD BEEN REMOVED, I REUPLOADED A BETTER VERSION OF THE SONG [Love Love Love by Of Monsters and Men]

Rebloggable version: http://d4ncingd4wn.tumblr.com/post/100596924352/panic-cord-an-aromantic-playlist-8tracks-to


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5 comments on panic cord | an aromantic playlist


This playlist is gorgeous! It's a lifesaver whenever I get frustrated about being aro or people not understanding ^^ thank you!

@passwordsfishing You're so so welcome! And believe me, I understand your frustration. That's why I made this playlist in the first place, so thank you so much for the feedback it means a lot!

I adore this playlist and everything on it, especially because it's not angry or bitter, it's just that idea of, "I'm not a romantic person and that's not what you need (for songs with a relationship), but that's me.'

@chelleolsen Thank you so much for the awesome comment. When I was making this playlist, I was trying to keep in mind not only what I was feeling, but what other people who feel similarly need to hear. The overall message I was trying to convey was that you need to accept every part of yourself and embrace it, that's really important to me. I guess that's why I felt like a bitter angry song just.... didn't have a place in this playlist. There's some sadness of course, I mean, I'm constantly being told by family members that I'm missing out on the beauty of romance so... accepting that I'm aromantic almost felt like I was giving up something big and important, but I felt so much better and liberated in a way, once I had come to terms with my own version of happiness. There's nothing bitter about realizing that you are free to be your own person. :)

@D4ncingD4wn This is a very late reply, but I absolutely agree. My family says the same thing, but I've tried the relationship thing and it's no good for anybody involved. It's nice to have a community that's the same as me, at least in that way.

 
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