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    Hi i currently feel like i dont have anyone to share my problems with. I feel lik ive got loads of things i want to get of my chest yet no1 to talk to. I have my best m8 but i dont feel like i can trust ehr :mad: anyhelp welcomed x
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    Would you like to begin by telling us what some of your problems are, so we can attempt to help you solve them?
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    whats troubling you? have you got any specific problems or is it just the fact you feel like you have no-one close enough to talk to things about? Im sure if you post about an issue that is upsetting you'll feel loads better when the advice comes rolling in
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    A month ago I felt like that, but now I'm ok and I've found 2 amazing friends.
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    (Original post by FireDeuce)
    A month ago I felt like that, but now I'm ok and I've found 2 amazing friends.
    This is constructive.

    can yout ell me how to find these 2 amazing friends firedeuce? ;-)
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    can yout ell me how to find these 2 amazing friends firedeuce? ;-)
    In the people who have been there all along.
    One night I went and looked through my phone book on my phone and remebered the times I'd had with people when they were acquaintances and texted them just to say hey. That night I spent talking to 2 people who bothered to text me back and we put the world the rights.

    Ir's just a case of bravery. You've got to be brave enough to talk to people who like the look of who you haven't spoken to before. If they are an arse to you, don't talk to them again, they aren't worth it.

    You'll find friends in the most unlikely people, seriously.
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    I have no-one. I just find people a hinderance though, you should look out for number 1.
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    people = rubbish
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    (Original post by morgangills)
    people = rubbish
    Actually it was people=manure (although replace manure with a shorter version)

    I don't think everyone is either - i'm slowly trying to change my mind; otherwise i'll stop trying to find good ones now.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hi i currently feel like i dont have anyone to share my problems with. I feel lik ive got loads of things i want to get of my chest yet no1 to talk to. I have my best m8 but i dont feel like i can trust ehr :mad: anyhelp welcomed x
    If you have no-one close, perhaps a stranger then? i.e. counselling service, anonymous phone call - samaritans etc - non-religious help thingies/people? What about your family etc? They can usually sniff, sense i have problems/issues. They are more intuitive than you think they are...

    I currently have a shít load of concerns, no-one to share them with but i will only have such concerns and problems for 5 more months (don't ask how and why i know this, but it's a FACT), just perhaps to take edge off things, exercise, hit a punch bag, break a bin into little pieces by smashing it against the floor or wall/s, or bang 5-6 library books - slam them onto the floor etc.

    I've dealt with a lot of poo in the past on my own - its hardened me etc, sometimes its good though to let it all out, to a person or through anger releasing processes. Besides, i dont know the nature, extent, distribution of your problems so i/we cant help really.
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    (Original post by wizard)
    just perhaps to take edge off things, exercise, hit a punch bag, break a bin into little pieces by smashing it against the floor or wall/s, or bang 5-6 library books - slam them onto the floor etc.
    I don't think being destructive is a good way of releasing anger as it may become habit and then lead to outbursts against people. I know a bit about the value of catharsis, but perhaps do something more creative instead or just listen to music or even go for a run instead of smashing a bin into pieces.
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    (Original post by G4ry)
    I don't think being destructive is a good way of releasing anger as it may become habit and then lead to outbursts against people. I know a bit about the value of catharsis, but perhaps do something more creative instead or just listen to music or even go for a run instead of smashing a bin into pieces.
    i agree with you - that was rare moment for me last week, slowly regretting it as my bin doesnt function as well as it did - it has half a base so its a balancing act trying to make sure nothing falls out when i deposit the rubbish into a larger bin.
    Listen to soothing music, have a bath with great smelling stuff in it - soak up and unwind, even go for a jog/run b/c after it you feel so much better. Benefits of exercise are arguably underestimated. However, all this won't solve your problems (i don't think)...just a temporary escapism which is very healthy nonetheless.
 
 
 
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