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legacy6364

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  1. I haven't deleted my profiles but I don't use them much if at all any more. Not only was it addictive, but it also showed me how vain, cruel, and ignorant most people are. It was an unstable bridge that brought across mostly negativity. So I decided to burn that bridge. I'd rather scream without a voice upon death ears then be tangled in the webs of disheartening obscurity.
  2. I can relate. I feel like an aggregation of hopelessness and despair. All of my power is inconsequential for I desire most. To be loved.
  3. I am forever damned to walk the line of two worlds. One of lustrous luminous aspirations, and the other of disheartening obscurity. A spawn trapped in the fabrics of reality. Reaching for a world without sight. Screaming without a voice upon deaf ears.
  4. I don't think it's right or wrong. It's no point in going in if you can't preform your duties. If you can't preform your duties then you shouldn't be working. But if your're not working then you can't support yourself. It's a terrible cycle to be trapped in, and I wish the government and laws took this disability more serious.
  5. I feel like it's impossible for everything to be alright for me. To me the mind is just like the body. If it's damaged bad enough it will never operate correctly. Don't get me wrong, I wish every one a better life, but it's too late for me.
  6. I can relate. I have no friends, no family, no significant other. Even if I did i'd probably just push them away in an effort to protect them from my darkness.
  7. My anger keeps my depression at bay. It motivates me to do something. Yet at the same time my depression keeps my anger at bay. It prevents me from going to far. Which leaves me in a state of limbo and frustration.
  8. It is truly remarkable how something as simple as the right words in an opportune moment can change the perception of an entire mind. Words are far more than tools of communication. They can shine light through the darkness of our minds. They can whisper through the winds of chaos and despair. They can douse the flames of terror. Words provoke action. Actions bestow means to meaning. And for those voracious enough, enunciation of truth.
  9. It makes perfect sense to me. I don't find it weird at all.
  10. My mind is a bit of a paradox. I feel anyone who likes me would consequently respect me. However, I feel anyone who respects me may not be acting on legitimate sentiment, but instead social conformity. I try to respect everybody for one reason only, because I don't know what path they have walked. What they've been through, what they've done. To me respect is nothing more than a door, used to distinguish allies from my enemies. And yet when someone disrespects me I feel it is a personal attack on the very essence of who and what I am. And it can not go uncorrected. ...........So I guess I choose to be respected. 😅
  11. I'm 27, and I don't have any emotional support. No friends, no family, no significant other. I've been on my own since I was 15, and my depression has gotten worst and worst from there. Joining the military and going to war definitely didn't help.
  12. Honestly, it's the one thing I can cope with. I'd rather be alone in the dark. The people who typically hurt me hide in plain sight, concealed by the blinding of the light.
  13. I can't find love because i'm not a social person. I'm not a social person because of my depression. I have depression because i'm not a social person and can't find love. I'm another victim trapped in the cycle.
  14. Coming from a military veteran who has been through through the process of both Veterans Affairs Disability and Social Security I feel fighting the military is easier. Social Security not only wants you to prove you have a disability, but also demonstrate that you are unemployable for at least 24 months continuously. Your best bet is to get legal documentation from a physician officially diagnosing your anxiety, depression, and Sleep Apnea. After you have all the diagnosis documented, push for a waiver to have the case reviewed. If that fails then you go to a lawyer who should not only fix the problem but will take his pay out of your first disability check. Trust me, I know the feeling.
  15. First off, congratulations. Remain humble and focus your ambitions. For what is ambition, if not an effort to master the chaos that sweeps our world. And always retain your will. For it is our will that places us in transcendence even above the angels. The will to endure. The will to survive. The audaciousness to reach for the heavens and give nothing back. True success is rewarded to those willing to diminish themselves to pick it up.
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