They have to control their frustration from their parents who push them to work hard in school but were never satisfied.
you turn to look at me, and though i have not spoken any of this aloud, your mouth is quivering and your eyes are wet.
and i feel my heart cracking and my bones molding into glass. together we make a poet, a lover, a question of philosophy and human nature. all the anger and the comfort and the sadness, spewed out in the sliver of time it takes to break a heart.
They can’t be their selves because if they try to be real they will be rejected.
Every single day of their lives they have to live with fear and insecurities.
someone is always going to be better off than the other, and someone will always be the one unable to forget.
but the universal truth is that in the end, it is us alone.This documentary encourages Filipino- American parents and their teen-aged children to talk so that suicidal attempts can be thwarted.It also talks about the cultural conflicts and the struggles of the Filipino immigrant and their children on a daily basis encounter.I love you.""You just have to ask yourself: What kind of person are you? But the thing is, no one goes on to tell that story.""I will have poetry in my life. The sequel to “The Pink Diamond” or “Fools’ Gold.” Join Bonny, Jacob, and rest of the crew as they continue their adventures, both physical and emotional, out at sea.Their return to England brings an interesting outlook on their lives.‘ They express their feeling only when something wrong is done.The Filipino-American children were aware of the sacrifices they and their parents ave to undergo Just to survive in US.Someone said they have no right to feel sad or to feel self-pity because their parents say so.The parents were asked “What makes you sad raising your children?How am I supposed to come home and tell him I’m ready to quit school?” They don’t want to add burdens to their parents who works two Jobs to be able to feed his family.