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The "How Do You Feel Right Now?" Thread (3)


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Not doing so hot. I can't get a word in to my friend circle about how I feel because I keep getting talked over. I'd rather not be that person to interrupt and say "Hey! I'm talking! Pay attention to meeee!" so... I'm just gonna take it. There's a little impulsive part of me that wants to spill all my heart guts out on social media, despite that knowing that I'll regret it if I do. I'm feeling very impulsive at the moment.

Physically, my throat is kind of sore. I really hope I'm not getting sick.

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This is not the life I want... Taking care of depression and physical health are the first steps, because without being overall healthy I can't achieve the things I dream about.

Good thing is that I am still young, so still plenty of time if things go well...

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2 minutes ago, ladysmurf said:

I'm just crying because I feel hopeless.

LadySmurf,

Hang in there. I feel the same way right now but I believe there has to be some light at the end of the tunnel. Crying shows you still have emotions and can get things out that are burdening you. 

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Still down. Worse than I've been in a long time. Last night was rough. Only reason that I decided to stick it out and give today a chance was because I was supposed to have an awesome day gardening and just hanging out with my bf (he works a lot; we literally get one day together a week even though we live together. I don't count nights. Eating dinner and going to bed isn't "spending time"). Been alone for about six weeks, having not been around friends or anything. So today I had a mild panic attack in the morning which spawned an argument which spawned bitterness and me being told that he can't do this anymore, that he's not happy, I'm bogging him down etc etc. All stuff I knew already, but we both live for the good moments. Seems like there aren't any of those left. Not looking forward to tomorrow, or the next hour. Or next week. Future's bleak. I don't want any part of it.

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2 hours ago, CrazyCoolCas said:

LadySmurf,

Hang in there. I feel the same way right now but I believe there has to be some light at the end of the tunnel. Crying shows you still have emotions and can get things out that are burdening you. 

My life is pretty pathetic at the moment. The latest drug I tried failed, there's not much left to try so I doubt I will ever feel better, or be able to enjoy my life. It really hurts me, and I just don't know how much longer I can take.

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Feeling extremely depressed and stressed. My dad is extremely sick and has been in the hospital 3 hours away from home for more than a week and he has to have another more dangerous/deadly surgery :( And i can't work so i can't help with bills and things when mom and dad are gone. My sister and I have started a page to help Dad and our family.

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4 hours ago, ladysmurf said:

I'm just crying because I feel hopeless.

I'm sorry, i have been feeling the same way, It seems that sometimes life throws multiple things at us at once to see how much we can handle. Never be afraid to cry, we all need to sometimes <3 *hugs*

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Hell is emptiness.

It's a labyrinth that is really just void.

No way out because there was nothing in the first place.

Only I see it as such. No one else notices. They see it as the here and now. The world.

I have no place in it, neither will I ever have.

 

 

 

 

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On 07/08/2016 at 4:01 PM, RiverLight said:

I received this in my email this morning and thought it was well said:

Christopher Robin to Pooh:
"Promise me you'll always remember: You're braver
than you believe, and stronger than you think you
are, and smarter than you think."

I remember way back as a younger I used to dream
BIG dreams. Impossible dreams.

Though I never once thought they were "impossible"
way back then because, as a kid, everything seems
possible. Didn't it?

Then as we grew older and had time to experience
a few set backs and a few disappointments... somewhere
along the line we stopped dreaming big and starting
settling for what we thought we COULD accomplish or
what we felt we DESERVED.

It's tragic, really.

Because if you have ever succeeded at doing anything
well... then you have everything you need to succeed
at ANYTHING well... except the belief that you still
can make wonderful things happen.

So here's my thought. Take a few minutes out of your
day to dream BIG once again.

Divide your life up into areas important to you.

    * Financial Goals
    * Family & Relationships, and
    * Spiritual Development

Have a heart-to-heart conversation with yourself and
discover, once again, where you would like to be - if
a lack of money, time, skill, AND belief were not an
issue - where you would like to be in each of these areas.

How would you LIKE your life to look? What would a
perfect day consist of? Where would you find yourself?
Who would you be hanging out with? Where would you
be hanging out?

Take notes and jot your dreams down. Play with them
and flesh them out a little bit each day.

Give yourself PERMISSION to dream big and design - if
only on paper and in your imagination - your perfect life.

Because it is only AFTER you know where you are going
that you'll be able to set in motion the things that can
take you there.

So begin by dreaming and always remember:

"You're braver than you believe, and stronger than
you think you are, and smarter than you think."

This is precisely what I need right now..

Thanks, River, for sharing this with us!

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I feel tired and a little angry. I had a fight with my wife over some things she does which hurt my feelings. She got offended and I ended up taking all the blame, which is usually what I do. But I realize now that, just as I could see things in a different way, so could she. Instead of being angry herself she could have thought, "gee, he's really hurting over this. Maybe I can be a little more supportive." 

I think I'll need to talk to her about it tomorrow.

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