I guess the bright side it made me more witty at making jokes
@megamanx181x, it’s healing if you can make jokes about the past
@DrSin, this is what people need to learn if we want to get over racism
@G1ngerB0y, nah because people still super racist it hasn’t gone away
Haha yah, thank god we overcame it right? Right?
@ Mr Cuymenq, I havent yet! And I very recently decided that I'm not going to try to suppress that anymore! I know you may still be just making a joke but hey yano, just incase you're not...I'm in that place too and I truly hope you have great day tomorrow my friend
We all been down in the slumps, depressed and sad for an event that happened in our lives. I never contemplated suicide, but I did wonder what it would be like if I wasn’t around. I love my family and I know they wouldn’t be as happy, wonderful and loving if I wasn’t around. My family is what keeps me going, they are my forte
@seeUpee, bro glad your hear
@seeUpee, been their , you don’t gotta think about killing yourself but you do think what if I wasn’t there , what if I didn’t connect certain people
Weird flex but ok
Nope. Still depressed for over a decade even through multiple therapists and medications so just fvck me I guess. My emotions are depressed, angry, bored and hungry. My high point is when I just don't feel anything. Yeehaw.
@JiggleMyPuffs, I honestly do not expect to have any more of an impact than a professional therapist but I really didn't want to just scroll past your comment and not say anything. Maybe it might help hearing something from someone that actually understands rather than someone who has just been 'trained to see the signs?' I dont know but for me it turned out to be things that I just felt like I could never open up about even to a professional who you may have been told has 'heard it all before'. I dont know what my point is except that personally I get comfort from knowing somebody else is going through something similar. I'm with you man
@JiggleMyPuffs, I spent from 8-23 like that. It took a particularly bad breakup, that taught me a lot about myself and others, for me to learn how to be happy with my own life whatever the circumstances. Just don't give up, and know that the possibilities always there to make things better, sometimes from the worst situations, but it can't get better if you're not there to see it.
I just wanted to add that as a person who was/is in that place, it helps to try and evaluate why you're there. through my recent brake up of less than a month ago I really started reflecting on how I felt about that and all previous break ups. It came to me that I was going about my life and relationships all wrong. I had this hope/dream that I'd one day have that perfect soul mate relationship, and that focus is why I wasn't happy in the now. it may sound pessimistic, but the future really doesn't matter much, because the actions of today can vastly change both how you feel about the future you had planned, and the plan entirely. Ive taken to doing things each day that make me happy. I've been trying new things and hanging out with good people. its a process and I still have down days, but I'd say overall I've been doing better with that mentality. there is good and bad in everyone's life, so focus on the good.
@JoeJoestar, I disagree with the idea that the future doesn't matter much, remember The Ant and the Grasshopper? So the future matters alot, but you got me thinking… now is important moreso, because the present is where we meet the future, and if we don't take good care of ourselves in the present it won't matter how we've prepared for the future if we're a mess of a human being when important things come up.
The future is created from the now, and we don't take care of ourselves mentally as well as we should. You've inspired me, thank you.
I could totally see Hannibal saying this