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    I'm thinking about cutting myself off completely from people, as I don't give a **** anymore. I just wish I could lock myself away. Is this a good idea?
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    well ppl are such a ****ing let down u may as well
    trying this myself tbh
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    I legit tried to do this.

    Don't. You will become depressed and will easily, easily attempt to suicide. Not a good idea.

    How to stop getting these thoughts? Try to open up to people and eventually you won't want to cut people off ..if they (people) don't understand the proper you (The opened up version) then find new people.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    well ppl are such a ****ing let down u may as well
    trying this myself tbh
    Good luck with it
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I legit tried to do this.

    Don't. You will become depressed and will easily, easily attempt to suicide. Not a good idea.

    How to stop getting these thoughts? Try to open up to people and eventually you won't want to cut people off ..if they (people) don't understand the proper you (The opened up version) then find new people.
    I don't want to open up to people and I don't care about depression. I don't think anyone would care about me.
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    I basically have done that - deleted all my social media and I really know anyone who I would call my "friend". I'm too mature for my age (ignore my profile picture of course, just a bit of humour), however, everyone in my year is so immature it hurts my brain. That's the reason why I'm on here, so I can connect with more mature people.
    P.S. I'm not becoming sad/depressed from this, as long as I have the TSR community I'm staying sane! :giggle:
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    Don't. Someone very very close to me has tried to do this a few times and it just makes things worse. Try and surround yourself with people you care about and open up to them, because all they want is to see you happy. I speak from experience when I write this, so please consider what I've said.
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    (Original post by Harrykel)
    I basically have done that - deleted all my social media and I really know anyone who I would call my "friend". I'm too mature for my age (ignore my profile picture of course, just a bit of humour), however, everyone in my year is so immature it hurts my brain. That's the reason why I'm on here, so I can connect with more mature people.
    P.S. I'm not becoming sad/depressed from this, as long as I have the TSR community I'm staying sane! :giggle:
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    Im thinking about doing this too

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    I want to do this so often, but then don't because I feel like I'm thriving off self-pity, which can never lead to anything good
 
 
 
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