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ZombieBrains

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  1. Its morning now but yesterday I met with some friends then had a catch up at the pub, I also didn't slip on the ice all day, Zombies 1 Ice 0
  2. OK so I've decided, I'm going to have steak with mushrooms and maybe an egg. I now just have to wait 2 hours till its lunch time, urgh.
  3. Welcome :) Massive changes can be daunting and stressgul, but they can be exciting too. Maybe you could make a little to do list of new and fun things to do when you move. Maybe it could focus your mind off some of the stresses. The most I've ever moved is 60 miles, England is just so tiny.
  4. Laid in bed trying to stay warm, fudging winter, fudging snow, brrrrr
  5. Sorry to hear you are having it pretty tough right now. I've been in a similar place myself recently so I can relate a little bit to how you are feeling, and I know how horrid it can be. Venting it out is a step in the right direction, you don't have to be alone through this. I hope you start to feel better soon.
  6. Its 2am and I don't feel tired at all, its annoying as I've been pretty active today.
  7. Today I ate chicken, chicken and chicken, I may have chicken tomorrow too, or steak, or chicken. That said I'll probably end up having tuna. I can never decide what to eat :(
  8. Only thing wrong with a cat is its not a dog lol. Pets are great I find, if you treat them with love they will give you the same back.
  9. I'm sorry you have had a tough time, it also confuses me as you sound just like the sort of person I would have been friends with, you sound very smart and talented :). If you ever have room for a new friend then you can message me anytime for a chat, and I promise I'm not actually a real zombie lol
  10. There is nothing wrong with walking away, you don't owe a friendship with stuff like that, some people just can't see past their own nose when they hurt someone, I've come across many self centred people like that and I'm sure I will see many more. I think you did the right thing for you, and that's what matters here, your feelings, sometimes its hard to see when you are better off without someone and it takes takes time to heal, bit you will get there.
  11. I made cauliflower rice tonight to go with a Spanish style fish dish, first time in a few weeks I've felt inspired to cook up a proper meal rather than some processed junk
  12. Had an awful nights sleep which lead to a pretty low morning, but then I had some sushi and played some video games with !y nephew which rescued my day so feeling rather upbeat tonight:)
  13. I do a low carb diet, more specifically Ketogenic so I practically live off chicken
  14. Like a yoyo, up and down, up and down, blergh boredom got me thinking far too much today
  15. I've been in the same boat, I tried to resolve it by having an honest discussion about my depression, I got a great response at first and the girl I was seeing was very understanding, but it didn't last past my first meltdown and I was made to feel like my depression was in my head and that I was a bad person. The things we do at our lows are not who we are, our depression does not define us but unfortunately some people see it differently. I can't give great advice as I struggle myself, but I think being open and honest is a positive step, the toughest part is finding someone who can see you for yourself through all your lows. Maybe try writing a letter talking about how you feel and how things make you feel, try not to point the blame and try to help her understand what you go through, if she's that incredible person then hopefully she will be open to talking things through.
  16. Thank you GoldenEye. I get a lot of support from supporting others so luckily for me helping where I can also helps me and gives a feeling of self worth and helps drive away the negetivity :)
  17. Venting all my negative thoughts has always helped me deal with my depression, sometimes on my lowest days writing helped me a lot. I like to think a note pad on my computer or on my desk can be used as something like an external hard drive for my brain where I can store all the anger and sadness and just lock it away. Depression is hard to talk about sometimes so I find it helpful to tell it to a piece of paper when I don't feel like talking. Also to make it a little more fun I try to express it through poetry and vent in rhyme, it may sound silly but for me it focuses my brain as I have to think about how to rhyme the words together, so not only do I vent out the feelings but I keep my head occupied by creative thinking. This is one of my own personal tricks and if it can help just 1 person then that would be great. Does anyone else have any tips or tricks for focusing their mind away from negative thinking?
  18. I'm M/29 I suffer mini bouts of depression through out the year but for the most part I have control over it, I still have my moments and I get really really low still but thankfully it doesn't last for as long as it used to, so I count myself as one of the lucky ones (if there is such a thing) I was about 19 when I first started feeling depressed and yeah It sucked big time, I wasnt helped a few years later when my parents broke up, and my relationship fell apart too and this was the worst point my depression has ever been, I'd wake up crying just about every night I got to the point where I'd just not bother trying to sleep anymore. I managed to recover however and ended up heading off to university which helped me a lot, but over the years my depression has never fully gone away and I know it probably never will. Its gonna be a demon in me for the rest of my life but I'm determined that it will never beat me and I'm determined that it won't beat others, so I guess that's why I'm here, for both support on my low days and to support anyone else that needs it on theres. So if you are ever feeling low and alone I'll try my best to be there for you guys.
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