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Is there a chance of me recovering from depresion or has it gone too far? (big read) watch

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    (Original post by Paint-a-Picture)
    Why are you depressed?
    That is a 2 part answer, I am quiet and "prefer" my own company due to the bullying at school making me used to own company and made being around others stressful,

    I am actually depressed due to the family death that blew my life to pieces and everything since then has been trying to get my life back in order, and every year I get worse as it doesnt happen.

    So its a downwards spiral to the point where I dont understand my life anymore.

    I am depressed now because I feel bad, I feel bad as I am depressed, I am depressed due to feeling groggy, I feel groggy because of diet and sleep pattern because I am depressed.

    So we can go on forever, its a bit hard to find the root of the problem
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    (Original post by Physics Enemy)
    The OP is pathetic, he'd rather just blame uni people and society for his own failings, rather than getting off his arse and changing his life. He's weak and immature; making a desperate self-help thread at 27 is testament to that.

    He then fights back when he can't hack the straight-up reality check he's given (by the guys in the thread), and says how he's worked, done ok etc, totally contradicting the sorry state he portrayed in his opening post. If you've done so well in life then why make a cry-baby thread? You're 27, you might as well be 12.

    No qualifications, no life, depression, no women, no friends, no job Go get a life. The TSR girls can cuddle you and wallow in your 'blame game', but they won't change your life nor improve it. You'll most likely be exactly the same at age 30, like age 24.

    Bye!
    Wow, I think that it is YOU who has the 'serious issues'.
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    (Original post by Physics Enemy)
    The OP is pathetic, he'd rather just blame uni people and society for his own failings, rather than getting off his arse and changing his life. He's weak and immature; making a desperate self-help thread at 27 is testament to that.

    He then fights back when he can't hack the straight-up reality check he's given (by the guys in the thread), and says how he's worked, done ok etc, totally contradicting the sorry state he portrayed in his opening post. If you've done so well in life then why make a cry-baby thread? You're 27, you might as well be 12.

    No qualifications, no life, depression, no women, no friends, no job Go get a life. The TSR girls can cuddle you and wallow in your 'blame game', but they won't change your life nor improve it. You'll most likely be exactly the same at age 30, like age 24.

    Bye!


    Okay, lot to take in there, so i'll give you two questions.

    1: Why are you getting so riled up here?

    2: Would you say any of that to his face?

    That is all.
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    (Original post by Physics Enemy)
    A-Levels are 2 years usually


    LOL. Part-Time Uni course too much? Unreal ...


    Sounds utterly directionless and pointless. You'd been playing that game for 4 years previous.


    Ditto as to the above, expect with a pointless 2 year gap in between as well, just more faffing about and time wasting.


    Ohh I can see that now. Just rotting away in education, faffing around and hopping from one pointless qualification to another, whilst you slowly deteriorate and become a 'loser'. At the age of 27, your new remedy is again to just pass time at uni doing 1 module (lol) in order to 'socialise' and still be a student.

    Sorry, but this is really pathetic, and you know it, else you wouldn't make a self-help thread on a student forum about it. Just sort yourself out and start from scratch. Your life currently, and before, has been rubbish. Just start from scratch.

    I wish you luck, it's a long road, but you can do it.
    So you think he's pathetic, but you wish him luck and he can do it

    Right :confused:

    Why are you getting yourself into a massive bind over someone who could be turn out to be an internet troll.
 
 
 
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