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    Remember, whatever is putting you down right now, is a part of something greater, and will be a pivotal step towards your future success, think of whatever bad as not painful and sad. Think of that pain as a step, those steps that will slowly build up and make you a stronger, better individual.

    i copped this from several motivational videos so it must be correct right
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    Recently someone gave me the advice of "you are in control of how you feel". And at first, I brushed it off because it just made me feel worse - as though it was suggesting that I had literally chosen to feel bad. But then I spent the last 2 weeks doing things that made me feel good, and my outlook started to change. I've been listening to an audiobook called 'You Are A Badass', which is basically a bit like a pep-talk with added tips about living in the present and making the most of YOU. I've also vented to friends more, when I used to just bottle things up. Sometimes we bottle things up without realising, as we are socialised to believe that negative emotions are BAD and something to be ignored and pushed away. It's only when we acknowledge them, like, "yeah, I'm feeling really **** at the moment" that we can move on from them and make change happen.

    Do some things that make you happy I'm sure you'll feel better soon, and it's always a good thing to figure out ways in which you can feel content in yourself as a person long-term.
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    (Original post by AryanGh)
    Remember, whatever is putting you down right now, is a part of something greater, and will be a pivotal step towards your future success, think of whatever bad as not painful and sad. Think of that pain as a step, those steps that will slowly build up and make you a stronger, better individual.

    i copped this from several motivational videos so it must be correct right
    My sister was thr only member of my family i had to support me, she committed suicide. You're asking me to think about it as a pain as a step. Tell me how now i've no clue.
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    I like that. Thanks
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    I cant believe she's gone
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    (Original post by My Moon <3)
    I cant believe she's gone
    Idk what to say but :hugs: :hugs: :hugs:
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    (Original post by My Moon <3)
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    :grouphugs: :lovehug: :cube: Always here for you :cube: Hope you're doing ok :penguinhug: :console:
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    (Original post by My Moon <3)
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    :hugs: just in case your notifs are turned off, i've messaged you. Please check? dont think you will upset me if you talk. okay? :lovehug: maybe it will make you feel better?

    Take care of yourself please :yep:

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    (Original post by My Moon <3)
    I cant believe she's gone
    I'm sorry to hear that I'm here for you :hugs:
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    (Original post by My Moon <3)
    My sister was thr only member of my family i had to support me, she committed suicide. You're asking me to think about it as a pain as a step. Tell me how now i've no clue.
    Apologies if that came across as insensitive, I didn't know the exact situation.

    A few of my close friends have departed in the past where I was from, so I'm acquainted to this pain. One way I perceived this as was,

    They were characters who helped me (you) in my (your) life. And they wanted to make you feel happy, so by remaining headstrong, you're essentially continuing their legacy, this would be what they would've wanted.

    Of course I completely understand if you're grieving, we all must grieve, it's a part of life. But you must remain head strong and continue their great legacy.

    Again sorry for your loss
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    My sis :console: :hugs:
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    (Original post by AryanGh)
    Apologies if that came across as insensitive, I didn't know the exact situation.

    A few of my close friends have departed in the past where I was from, so I'm acquainted to this pain. One way I perceived this as was,

    They were characters who helped me (you) in my (your) life. And they wanted to make you feel happy, so by remaining headstrong, you're essentially continuing their legacy, this would be what they would've wanted.

    Of course I completely understand if you're grieving, we all must grieve, it's a part of life. But you must remain head strong and continue their great legacy.

    Again sorry for your loss
    Yeah. I guess that is how i gotta think about it. Thanks x

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    My sis :console: :hugs:
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    Your PM are full sis

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    :hugs: just in case your notifs are turned off, i've messaged you. Please check? dont think you will upset me if you talk. okay? :lovehug: maybe it will make you feel better?

    Take care of yourself please :yep:

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    I have replied as you already know

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    sorry i don't understand what you are asking.
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    (Original post by CaraS)
    Recently someone gave me the advice of "you are in control of how you feel". And at first, I brushed it off because it just made me feel worse - as though it was suggesting that I had literally chosen to feel bad. But then I spent the last 2 weeks doing things that made me feel good, and my outlook started to change. I've been listening to an audiobook called 'You Are A Badass', which is basically a bit like a pep-talk with added tips about living in the present and making the most of YOU. I've also vented to friends more, when I used to just bottle things up. Sometimes we bottle things up without realising, as we are socialised to believe that negative emotions are BAD and something to be ignored and pushed away. It's only when we acknowledge them, like, "yeah, I'm feeling really **** at the moment" that we can move on from them and make change happen.

    Do some things that make you happy I'm sure you'll feel better soon, and it's always a good thing to figure out ways in which you can feel content in yourself as a person long-term.
    Thanks

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    (Original post by Nerry)
    sorry i don't understand what you are asking.
    Its in the title

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    (Original post by My Moon <3)
    Its in the title

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    what does srs and pls mean?
 
 
 
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