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Why is it that it’s the meanest, selfish and Scrooge-like people that have the most money? Resources are in the wrong people’s hands 😞
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I don't belong here but I'm too lazy to try and belong somewhere else. That and I don't know where I'd even try. It doesn't come natural to me. The people thing. Online I'm able to communicate more but people are also more likely to openly be an *******, sometimes for no reason at all. I think about making friends. Then I think what if I put in the effort and they don't like me or it gets messy somehow. I don't even have a life so what would I talk to people about anyways.
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This feeling of always feeling like i should be doing something i'm not doing. My shrink keeps pressuring me to go meetups and evening classes. I dont really want to but now i feel like i should so every day where i don't go to one i feel like crap.

i dont have motivation to do anything. No motivation to find friends, a partner, a job, to move out, a life...NOTHING! I just feel so blah all the time. I want some inspiration.


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post #1113 of 1321 (permalink) Old 11-19-2019, 12:14 AM
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Pple who continuously disseminate false or highly biased psych information on mental health forums after already being called out on it need to be ****ing banned. They are far more dangerous to the community than any troll posting inflammatory **** to get a rise out of pple.

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Today gave me a fright. Woke up with terrible anxiety and it changed into full-on mania. I've noticed that before - that it can sometimes morph into a completely different feeling. There are aspects of it that are pleasurable at first - I can see why some people like it, if it would stay like that. Extreme levels of confidence - no fear at all, no reservations.

You want to talk to everyone. But it's bloody exhausting. I'm just glad I didn't buy half the shop I was in - because I definitely wanted to.
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Pple who continuously disseminate false or highly biased psych information on mental health forums after already being called out on it need to be ****ing banned. They are far more dangerous to the community than any troll posting inflammatory **** to get a rise out of pple.
Yes, absolutely true. But has that ever really been a problem on this site, I can't offhand recall it happening in the past? If someone is guilty of such behaviour now, you should report them.

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Yes, absolutely true. But has that ever really been a problem on this site, I can't offhand recall it happening in the past? If someone is guilty of such behaviour now, you should report them.
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Brother broke his leg(fibula) at his girlfriend's place moving a shed and I had to get on him and the girlfriend to go the emergency. Girlfriend said it was just a sprain and wanted to continue watching movies? I've torn my ankle up before and I know what bad injury looks like. A bit pi$$ed off right now.
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I'm going to eat a bunch of chocolate and see if it removes the feelings of ****ness, existential horror and suicidality I'm dealing with today.

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I'm going to eat a bunch of chocolate and see if it removes the feelings of ****ness, existential horror and suicidality I'm dealing with today.
you have to eat a lot for that.

not that long ago I ate chocolate and noticed that it did actually make me feel better. I thought that was just a myth.

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