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Lenakitty

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About Lenakitty

  • Birthday 06/10/1993

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  • Gender
    Female
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    New Zealand
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    Theatre, animals, Marvel, DC, Supernatural, Doctor Who, Sherlock, Harry Potter, movies in general, teddies (because I really am just a giant 5 year old), tattoos, piercings, art, mythology, sleep, is there a limit to how many things I can be interested in? cats, novelty t shirts, beanies...I love me some beanies. hair dye.. cuddles. does this sound like a dating profile? it's not meant to. why am I so bad at interest boxes

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  1. sad kitten exhausted kitten. make my hunni come home. I need cuddles and chocolate. ='(

  2. We're all scared, we're all shy, we're all lost Don't let it get down into you, and undo you No one yet can see right through you

  3. She was sick and tired of being invisible Hard to see in color when you're miserable

  4. Love, love is a verb Love is a doing word Fearless on my breath

  5. feeling like an ***** yet again for my weird triggers

  6. Sweet dreams, Jenny.

  7. many of us, including myself turn to the internet to help us through rough times. whether it is support or distraction that we find online, it can be one of the few constants in a world of uncertainties. Today is a sad day for myself and many others - I was made aware of the suicide of a friend I knew through a support group on the internet. Now, while I am not going to use this friend of mine as an example, I am going to do my best to allow this experience to help others. There is a lot of stigma surrounding having friends online - I'm sure we have all been made highly aware of the risks of trusting someone whom you have not met in person. While there certainly can be cause for concern at times with this kind of thing, the argument could be made also for the reverse. the support groups and forums that I am a part of, as well as social media networks (obviously not all - some social media sites are rife with bullying and abuse), have been invaluable to me throughout my rough times, and as I continue towards recovery and coping day to day. I can say with confidence that there are many people, even people I have only had one or two conversations with, or a few comments on a post, who have helped me to get through a day. a week. a month. unfortunately for some, this support is not enough, and they are unable to get the other help which they need. sites such as these provide a basis of support, a distraction, sometimes even the only enjoyment of the day one can find. The support you may can get online can often be the only support you can get - I, for one, sought solace not only here, but in another group in which I am more well established, after I broke 3 months free of self harm last night. I'm not entirely sure what the point i'm getting at is. in fact, this may just be a bit of a babble to thank this site, and the rest of the internet that I take solace in for being a solid helpful force in my whirlwind of a life experience. This post is dedicated to Jenny - Sleep well, rest in peace, we'll all see you again one day baby girl
  8. I have tries this but I don't like numbers and I also have physical health concerns that mean I get short of breath etc, so I panic more if I think too much about breathing. I tend to try and get myself somewhere quiet and away from people (even like a toilet stall or something) and/or keep myself distracted until it subsides, but it doesn't always work or it takes a very long time. i've gotten to the point where i've just gotten much better at asking when i'm panicked or how panicked I am
  9. so disappointed in myself. tired and sore and i just want him here to cuddle. i'm an *****

  10. 3 months clean of SH gone...****

  11. i'm disgusting. I got too anxious to sleep so i got up and made too much food and i dont want to eat it but i cant stop

  12. had to leave uni early cos of a panic attack...

  13. hey James ( Flash ) i've been on medication for the past two and a half years, and while I have recently changed medications, I was changed from 150mg of sertraline a day to 10mg ecitalopram a day, so i'm thinking maybe it's the dosage that's doing it. i've been on the new meds for a few weeks now so i should have settled into them just fine
  14. hey James ( Flash ) i've been on medication for the past two and a half years, and while I have recently changed medications, I was changed from 150mg of sertraline a day to 10mg ecitalopram a day, so i'm thinking maybe it's the dosage that's doing it. i've been on the new meds for a few weeks now so i should have settled into them just fine
  15. lately i've been struggling a lot with my anxiety. even though i'm on medication, I seem to be getting anxious more often than when I wasn't, especially social anxiety. It was my second day back at university today, and I could only go to my morning class. I had to do a presentation today, and after that class, I was panicking so much that I was finding corners to hide in, and sent panicked texts and messages, to my partner, and then called him a couple of times and had to get him to come and pick me up. I feel like a massive failure. I already failed classes last year due to my depression and anxiety and i'm scared that it's going to happen again. i'm not coping with uni work but I don't feel like I can just give up on it, even if it would be better for me. Uni is supposed to be hard...but it's not supposed to send you spiralling down the rabbit hole into horrible places, and that is what has been happening for me
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