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  1. The thing that concerns me most is his near constant thoughts of suicide, and before saying anything else, I actually have called the police once when I thought I had no other option. Thing is, if he WAS home during this particular suicide attempt, I knew the apartment building he lived in, but not the apartment number. When I asked him, he said, ''noone's going to stop me.'' With what little I know of the condition of Borderline PD, it seems to me that this is one thing indicative of the same disorder. There's also the linking of that with another symptom, his rapid shifting in moods and attitudes. I told him I loved him, through some app since we're long-distance, but not far-enough-away-to-be-unable-to-occasionally-date, long-distance, and he said, "Awww I love you, too. So are we just casual dating or more?" In retrospect, I may have said too early that I loved him. What took me by surprise, and this is how the two symptoms most distinct to me related to each other, is that when we first started to text, before our first date, he said he was okay keeping things casual... But when I said at this later point that I wanted to keep things casual, he said he was just going to **** himself. Later on, I got a text from him saying he tried but just couldn't. This was surprising news, considering all the seriously bulging scars I saw on his wrist once when he took his right glove off. I told him he needed to seek medical attention for those things, and he said in person he would... But texted me that he might not. He is also impulsive in the sense of how much he drinks and smokes. We have similar backgrounds when it comes to our home lives: they are hell. But when he said living with his parents who didn't care about him gave him problems... I was disturbed at the thought that he couldn't even turn to his Mom. I have serious problems with my Dad, but virtually none with my mother. We both have assholes of older siblings as well, and it makes me think that he either is developing or already has developed this condition as a result of his own home life. When I told him he should text 741-741 or call a lifeline, he said he has tried, but that the people suck at their jobs.
  2. Is it appropriate to post here if I think that someone I started dating has it and I don't know for sure, but still want to help them either way? Some of his behaviors that indicate to me that he has it are kinda heartbreaking...
  3. I feel little hope, but this isn't in the top 10 of my lowest points. Thing is that some guy I'm talking to online probably isn't who he seemed to be at first.
  4. I hope it makes you feel better that I also have trouble concerning employment. I offer you my virtual hug.
  5. My dad doesn't understand this. At all. When I hear these out-of-touch people on the news saying we might 'get into' a recession, I laugh inside. Things are already terrible. I would go so far as to say that it's worse than a recession but not bad enough to make people KNOW it's a depression. And you're right about that...
  6. I have severe OCD. I don't know how to help except to say I know that feeling of constant worry, though.
  7. I have severe OCD. It really sucks. I can only think of one thing to say, which is that if you used "logic" for the sort of confirmation rituals you experienced and it didn't help at all even though you felt sure it would help, it is often better to try and distract yourself than anything else.
  8. Volunteering seems like it could help a little... And temporary work. The thing is that I did have a seasonal job for 2 months, but that was more than a year ago, and haven't been able to get one since then. So I guess I could just try rotating the seasonal jobs I get, if I can get them.
  9. I know this, it's people who hate on me for the way I look and what I listen to that are my problem. I do appreciate the gist of your reply, though. Thank you.
  10. Thank you. I don't feel that much better, but I was hoping at least one person would reply.
  11. So hi. I can expect a lot of people hating on me for belonging to the emo counterculture, but whatever. I have plenty of problems. One of them is, nobody ever hires me even though by now I must have sent out thousands of job applications. I am 19, almost 20, and in college. I'm also gay, and it causes me a lot of problems. Here in Texas, I see no guys I actually like (that are emo), and I am only attracted to those kinds of people. Or, without going into too much detail, they aren't compatible with me. So every time a guy on online dating asks me out, I am just disappointed.
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