It's really sad when a person goes through hell and no one is there for them, and others see them as a bad person when they are actually just suffering from emotional distress.
All of the Riverdale characters have gone through hell. Even Kevin is no exception.
No one was there for Kevin after his first boyfriend was forced to leave town, and so Kevin spent nearly the entire Season 2 being lonely and miserable. He was so heartbroken and desperate that he risked his life going into the woods to cruise for hookups with strangers, while there was a killer on the loose. He even went completely against his character when he joined the Dark Circle and helped Moose wreck the Serpents' bikes at the Whyte Wyrm, as he and Moose mistakenly believed that Fangs was responsible for the murder of Moose's girlfriend Midge.
The same thing happened after Moose left Kevin halfway through Season 3. Kevin suffered from heartbreak and loneliness all over again, then he spent the rest of Season 3 being a part of a dangerous cult called The Farm.
All of Kevin's so-called friends never reach out to him, and so he has to go through so much all on his own. It's no wonder he turned to the Farm, since Evelyn was the only one who listened to him. (Evelyn is the wife of Edgar Evernever, the Farm leader.)
Many people in the Riverdale fandom were hating on Kevin, as he was acting completely out of character due to being brainwashed by the Farm. But thankfully, so many others still adore Kevin and can fully empathize with him.
At the end of Season 3, Kevin apparently went through the lowest point yet in his life when the Farmies left him behind as they "ascended".
I still have hope that Joaquin can return someday. Joaquin was Kevin's first love, and he always looked after Kevin and protected him.
Nobody's life is perfect, we all go through hellish times. It's totally human to suffer from any kind of misery and take our feelings out.
It may upset other people when we take our bad feelings out, but we are only human and it's not healthy for us to keep bad feelings bottled up.
This is sad but true also. (Another edit by @riverdalesjoaquin) Even strong people don't feel okay at times, believe it or not.
Try to be kind to everyone, because anyone can be going through something in their life at any point.
Last Edit: Apr 19, 2020 4:48:28 GMT -2 by Rikki Jo
Yes... Everybody needs to understand that every person was born the sexuality they are, which means nobody chooses their sexuality. Homophobic people must stop hunting down gay/bi/pan people and stop telling them that what they do is wrong. They also need to realize that the world has bigger problems, and so they must make efforts to help all living things and save our planet.
Last Edit: Jul 8, 2020 11:51:19 GMT -2 by Rikki Jo
"I never thought that I would be completely consumed by another person, until she took my hand and pulled me out of the darkness and it showed me that whatever souls are made of, yours and mine are the same.
I'm sorry, please forgive me.
Once you asked me who I loved most in this world, it's you "
I find this story to be so inspirational. This young gentleman wouldn't let his father stop him from pursuing his dream of becoming a chef, and he stood up for himself against his father. Plus, he even helped his father get back to doing what he loved as a teen, which was dancing.
"If you have a dream and you know it's the right one, you just don't need to get influenced by other people's opinions. And, in case you give up on something you really like, it will just find its way back to you anyway. Keep dreaming and go towards it, and you will be all right. Take my word." -Derek
My own words:
Follow your dreams... Go towards what you're truly interested in. If it truly becomes your passion, keep on with it as long as you wish. Don't ever care about other people's opinions, and don't ever let anything discourage you.
In case you don't nail your subject of interest in the beginning, it doesn't mean you're dumb or stubborn, and it isn't the end of the world. You're only human, and you wouldn't be human if you never once screwed up. Everybody screws up; there is no such thing as perfect people. It can take time to excel at certain things. So, if you really wish to excel at your subject of interest, keep on trying and don't ever give up. There's no need to rush, take one step at a time. The more you study and practice with heart, the bigger chance you'll improve. You just have to believe in yourself, even if no one believes in you.
Like the guy in the video said... In case you give up on something you love, it can just find its way back to you anyway.
I'm aware that some parents are overprotective of their children, as they worry too much about their children. But, in my opinion... Life is too short to be worried and unhappy all the time, and so everybody must conquer their fears. Everybody should learn to be strong, to be bold (brave and self-confident), to stand up for what they believe in, to pursue their dreams, and to have self-pride.
Last Edit: May 19, 2020 9:28:16 GMT -2 by Rikki Jo
"Everybody has a world that they create around themselves. If I have a lot of nervous energy, when I start dancing, it all goes away and I just feel emotion. People think that when you go through something in your life, you need to go to therapy, but for me art is therapy."
"I don't think perfectionism and art can even be in the same sentence, but I wasn't aware of that when I first started... Not even necessarily with Cheryl, but more with Madelaine as a person—like, my life had to be perfect. But I realized that no one's life is perfect. My life is certainly nowhere near it. There's no such thing as perfect art and artist."
Last Edit: Mar 8, 2020 13:19:56 GMT -2 by Rikki Jo