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    Everything, basically. Don't feel strong enough to go to uni. Don't want anything to happen. Have been crying since 4am this morning just cause I feel so low and my mind doesn't work anymore. Can't do the most basic of things and I'm just useless and I just can't keep dealing with this amount of pain inside my head. It's all way too much and I can't do it. Sorry I didn't reply last night, by the way :hugs:
    Oh no hun. Massive hugs from here. :jumphug: I'm sorry you've had such a bad day. :hugs: You're definitely not useless. :nah: You have more strength than you think.
    Is distracting helping any at the moment? :hugs:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I've spoken to the welfare office, spoken to mental wellbeing and their learning difficulties section(it includes stuff such as aspergers which I am supposed to be tested for at some point) but I haven't spoken to the counselling services yet because a) when I got the ball rolling on this it felt quite late in the year to me and b) I didn't want to take away from someone who needed it more than me because it just felt like there are people worse off than me.

    I don't think there's anything I can do though. I think it's too late.
    Do your mother and father pay tax?

    if yes

    you deserve all the help you can get

    You need to fight for it,

    you seem like you dont want to get better
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    (Original post by rickfloss)
    Do your mother and father pay tax?

    if yes

    you deserve all the help you can get

    You need to fight for it,

    you seem like you dont want to get better
    As it stands, fwiw, my mum's on sickness leave due to a benign tumour. I don't live with my Dad because my parents are divorced but he's unemployed now because he had the same job for 35 odd years before losing his job for silly reasons.

    I do want to get better but there seems very little I can do right now and I want people who need it more than me to get it before me. Though that is probably well intentioned but misguided considering my current situation. I don't think there is much I can do.
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    Gah, things are always so much worse at night. :sigh:



    Really worried about tomorrow. Going to a guiding event where I don't know anyone and I'm going to be on my own. I think pretty much everyone else knows each other as well, so frightened I'm going to be left out. Also have to function properly for two days and a night which isn't really happening at the moment. :sad: Seems a silly thing to get worked up about- (I'm supposed to be looking forward to going to it, and I should be grateful that I have a chance to go along to something like this) but I know I wont sleep tonight for worrying about it.
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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    Cheers hun.
    They could be on my bedside table but wallowing in bed seems much more less effort than finding them. Cant even pluck up the effort to go to the loo


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    You can do it hun ! If you do, you can have a nice gossip with me about Mr. Marine . I believe in you
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    Really worried about tomorrow. Going to a guiding event where I don't know anyone and I'm going to be on my own. I think pretty much everyone else knows each other as well, so frightened I'm going to be left out. Also have to function properly for two days and a night which isn't really happening at the moment. :sad: Seems a silly thing to get worked up about- (I'm supposed to be looking forward to going to it, and I should be grateful that I have a chance to go along to something like this) but I know I wont sleep tonight for worrying about it.
    i deffinately know how you feel there, i refuse to go to guiding events unless i know atleast one person
    you wont be left out though, i PROMISE
    i dont know anyone in guiding who has left people out.
    :hugs:
    really hope you have a good weekend,
    where are you going? :ninja:

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    You can do it hun ! If you do, you can have a nice gossip with me about Mr. Marine . I believe in you
    i made it to the loo, and now eating lots of biscuits even though i already feel sick
    ooooooh i need gossip
    :penguinhug:
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    Click on the bit saying 'report post' in the top right hand corner of their post.
    Ahh thank you .. On my mobile so it's different but worked out how to do it now


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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    Cheers hun.
    They could be on my bedside table but wallowing in bed seems much more less effort than finding them. Cant even pluck up the effort to go to the loo


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    (Original post by rickfloss)
    Do your mother and father pay tax?

    if yes

    you deserve all the help you can get

    You need to fight for it,

    you seem like you dont want to get better
    A few points:

    - Pretty much anyone deserves help if they're ill, irrespective of their parental tax status.
    - 'Fighting' can be pretty damn hard, nigh on impossible in fact, when you're in the grips of certain illnesses, depression being one of them. Being told you ought to fight when you can't merely makes you feel guilty.
    - Plenty of people in a way don't want to get better, because they genuinely think it's impossible. The way they talk/act can lead you to think they don't care, and maybe that's true at the time, but generally speaking that's the depression/other illnesses talking, and if you alleviated that then the person would likely be grateful.
    - Not saying you're intending to do this, but you're upsetting people with these kinds of remarks. Please try and be more thoughtful/tactful on this thread, as there are a lot of vulnerable people posting here.
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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    i made it to the loo, and now eating lots of biscuits even though i already feel sick
    ooooooh i need gossip
    :penguinhug:
    Proud of you am glad you managed to get up and at least do something . Hopefully the sickness goes away soon :console:

    I think EVERYONE needs gossip occasionally . Get on Skype ? :jumphug:
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    I've decided to take to writing in my diary lol. I haven't written in it for so long, but I'm going to try. I mean I can't sleep for now so I might as well write. I'm struggling though my hands just go weird. Like they just get tired or something.
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    (Original post by 05autyt)
    Dont feel like any of these threads are safe tonight

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    Hey I'm sorry to hear that you feel this way :hugs: Which threads? Perhaps report if they contain offensive material.

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    Not feeling at all good :sigh:
    Hey, :hugs: sorry to hear that you're not feeling good. Is this expected?
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    A few points:

    - Pretty much anyone deserves help if they're ill, irrespective of their parental tax status.
    - 'Fighting' can be pretty damn hard, nigh on impossible in fact, when you're in the grips of certain illnesses, depression being one of them. Being told you ought to fight when you can't merely makes you feel guilty.

    - Plenty of people in a way don't want to get better, because they genuinely think it's impossible. The way they talk/act can lead you to think they don't care, and maybe that's true at the time, but generally speaking that's the depression/other illnesses talking, and if you alleviated that then the person would likely be grateful.
    - Not saying you're intending to do this, but you're upsetting people with these kinds of remarks. Please try and be more thoughtful/tactful on this thread, as there are a lot of vulnerable people posting here.
    i was on the verge of suicide at one point, i dont want to describe it due to possible triggering, but i have gone through major depression and come through the other side

    i sought comfort in my depression, i did not have to face getting better, and therefore i was almost satisified in a stockholm syndrome sought of way.

    I realised that there were 3 options, either i rot to death, either i end my life, or either i get as much help as i can and if i dont get better i would die doing something dangerous and exciting

    I picked 3, and am slowly getting better,

    Depression will never go away on its own, if you believe that , you dont have depression

    You need to see it as cancer, because it can have as high death rates as it

    Tell me, if you had cancer, would you ignore going to the doctor

    Destroy your ego, and your pride, and take your ass to the doctor
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    A few points:

    - Pretty much anyone deserves help if they're ill, irrespective of their parental tax status.
    - 'Fighting' can be pretty damn hard, nigh on impossible in fact, when you're in the grips of certain illnesses, depression being one of them. Being told you ought to fight when you can't merely makes you feel guilty.
    - Plenty of people in a way don't want to get better, because they genuinely think it's impossible. The way they talk/act can lead you to think they don't care, and maybe that's true at the time, but generally speaking that's the depression/other illnesses talking, and if you alleviated that then the person would likely be grateful.
    - Not saying you're intending to do this, but you're upsetting people with these kinds of remarks. Please try and be more thoughtful/tactful on this thread, as there are a lot of vulnerable people posting here.
    Sums it up better than I ever could...

    (Original post by Sultana)
    Not feeling at all good :sigh:
    :jumphug: Am around if you want to talk. :console:
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    Not feeling at all good :sigh:
    :hugs: What's up?

    (Original post by rickfloss)
    i was on the verge of suicide at one point, i dont want to describe it due to possible triggering, but i have gone through major depression and come through the other side

    i sought comfort in my depression, i did not have to face getting better, and therefore i was almost satisified in a stockholm syndrome sought of way.

    I realised that there were 3 options, either i rot to death, either i end my life, or either i get as much help as i can and if i dont get better i would die doing something dangerous and exciting

    I picked 3, and am slowly getting better,

    Depression will never go away on its own, if you believe that , you dont have depression

    You need to see it as cancer, because it can have as high death rates as it

    Tell me, if you had cancer, would you ignore going to the doctor

    Destroy your ego, and your pride, and take your ass to the doctor
    Further points:

    - Your experience of life is not the same as that of others. You've been through something bad, which gives you a little insight, however it does not make you the fount of all knowledge regarding that situation.
    - Bit in bold: that's just plain retarded. To use your metaphor, if I had cancer and believed it would go away on its own, would that mean I didn't really have cancer?
    - Who are you addressing here? I've been to the doctor, many doctors in fact, and so have the majority of people on this thread. Even the person you were originally talking to had, so far as I recall, been to the doctor.
    - Again with the offensive attitude. Advise you to stop, especially since you object to being negged.
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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    i deffinately know how you feel there, i refuse to go to guiding events unless i know atleast one person
    you wont be left out though, i PROMISE
    i dont know anyone in guiding who has left people out.
    :hugs:
    really hope you have a good weekend,
    where are you going? :ninja:

    Thank you. :penguinhug: I just get really really worked up about it. :cry2: I'm going to be in an unfamiliar city as well which doesn't help. I'm just worried because I think everyone else going all know each other, so I'm kind of going to stick out as the "new" person. I'm frightened they'll all already be in their own wee groups. Plus everyone I know of who is going to it is either quite a bit older or quite a bit younger than me.
    It's called the Tartan Gig. It's in Glasgow, and has Little Mix, Conor Maynard, Amy Macdonald, Stooshe, Gabrielle Aplin and the Luminites playing at it. :eek: It's just for members of the guides as well, so it's totally safe and fun. I'm going through with my local senior section group and then we're having an overnight with films and stuff and then some activities in the city the next day. :woo: I just wish I knew someone going, so that I'd stop worrying about it because apart from that I'm really looking forward to it.

    You're definitely right about people not being left out in general with guiding though. :yep: I didn't realise until last night when you quoted me that you were a guider. :ninja: :hugs: Have you done it for long?
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    :hugs: What's up?



    Further points:

    - Your experience of life is not the same as that of others. You've been through something bad, which gives you a little insight, however it does not make you the fount of all knowledge regarding that situation.
    - Bit in bold: that's just plain retarded. To use your metaphor, if I had cancer and believed it would go away on its own, would that mean I didn't really have cancer?
    - Who are you addressing here? I've been to the doctor, many doctors in fact, and so have the majority of people on this thread. Even the person you were originally talking to had, so far as I recall, been to the doctor.
    - Again with the offensive attitude. Advise you to stop, especially since you object to being negged.
    thank you and goodnight

    i shall help people who want to be helped.
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