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Old 12-28-2013, 01:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I don't know what it is...

I have so many god damned problems in this life, yet I still feel so incredibly happy. I don't know from what or why exactly, but I've always been this way.

It makes coping with these problems easier I guess... or at least more enjoyable on the ride.
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Your happiness in the face of all your struggles is inspiring. I hope that this continues for you, or better yet, that your problems are solved and you get to be purely happy.
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Exactly what kind of problems?
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I think this is a coping mechanism in our brain
I had recently been going through a lot of horrible stuff and I think my brain just couldn't process how awful it was, because I'd find myself feeling more thankful than ever for the things i did have, and feeling a general happiness with my life that I don't usually.
That over the top happy feeling has gone away now that the problems have sort of simmered down.
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Exactly what kind of problems?
Well of course, being gay is a struggle. I don't know if anyone wants me to do into detail about that. It's a huge struggle. Takes its toll on me.

Social anxiety is an even bigger problem.

If these two things were nonexistent I would be like I was roughly 13 years ago, and everyone would like me and I would be so much even more happy and carefree.
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