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#beginquote# It seems to me that most of the folks on this post, even the well-intentioned ones, are missing the core issue here. If music truly, honestly makes you feel despair, there's something else there. Nothing, without exception, should make you feel
bad. WIthout wanting to sound like Dr. Phil (who could, possibly, be the exception to the above rule), if music is really that distressing to you, you should talk to someone about how worthless and unhappy it makes you feel. There may not be some deep hidden secret that you'll unlock (hey, you may geniunely dislike music), but you might find out how to cope with it, which would, if nothing else, be a boon in getting through the class. It's possible that what you dislike about music, for example, is a frustration that you yourself aren't able to play, and you feel like that's a negative reflection on you (don't bother refuting this statement, because I'm not saying that this is the problem, only that it's one possibility). If this
the case, you might be able to find that not being able to play music is no reflection on you as a person, and learn to enjoy it. Again, I don't want to get too touchy feely here, but I always hate to hear someone say that they hate something,
, in life so much that it causes them grief and distress. I personally love music, but that is just me. Not everyone has to. And to the jackass that said the only people that hate music are gay, there's actually only one thing that makes you gay. It's the same thing that makes you stupid - genetics. #endquote#
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