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    (Original post by Emerald777O)
    I'm so lazy to revise . I'm so lazy to exercise. I'm so lazy to do all the important stuff except sleep and eat
    Well you've only been back for a month and already have more rep than me, I think that right there is the crux of the problem.
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    You’re making the wrong type of gainz with that machine 😂
    The literal meaning of ALL kinds😂😂😂
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    (Original post by Emerald777O)
    Ok maybe I will thank you
    You should. They can help you not feel lazy and want to do exciting stuff, no worries
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    (Original post by zeldor711)
    Well you've only been back for a month and already have more rep than me, I think that right there is the crux of the problem.
    I spend all day on tsr , I spend all day on my phone because I have no life
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    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    You should. They can help you not feel lazy and want to do exciting stuff, no worries
    What if I don't have depression? Maybe it's just me , how could they help me then?
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    (Original post by Emerald777O)
    Depression comes with being sad all the time so it can't be right
    Absolutely wrong, that's a misconception. Feeling emotionally numb and apathetic is more common in depressed people
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    Hey pal I've got the same problem except I got over it a week ago :|
    Your answer lies in a new routine. Try something new m8, try exercising- I know you're a lazy f*** but please do try it! Try dancing even :| I know it's random but it'll get your happy hormones stimulated and you might just feel like doing something.
    Another more realistic option would be, set up little tasks. Tasks that even lazy shites like you and I can accomplish- like reading and making notes of 1 page of chemistry. F*** the rest for tomorrow and just chill. And then another page tomorrow and then so on. Make a little study routine, increase the no. Of pages little by little. This way, you'll be accomplishing SOMETHING instead of nothing. It'll motivate you to do more!
    At least study for 10 minutes a day. There's kids in Bangladesh that sit through flooded classrooms to note down what the teacher's saying just so they can have a promising future. Imagine what the non-school going kids do :/ So please, don't take your time for granted. Make use of it, start little. There's no rush. But at least take a start. It's worth everything you've ever wanted in life, I promise you.
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    Some people are just inherently lazy :dontknow:

    Not everyone has the motivation and ambition to achieve and be the best they can be. However you might end up regretting is when you get older because at some point you're probably going to have to work and you'll end up having to do something you don't enjoy whereas you could put in the grind now, suffer for a few years and then at least get a job doing something you might actually enjoy, even a little bit.
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    (Original post by Emerald777O)
    What if I don't have depression? Maybe it's just me , how could they help me then?
    I'm fairly certain you do have it
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    (Original post by eden3)
    Absolutely wrong, that's a misconception. Feeling emotionally numb and apathetic is more common in depressed people
    And it's so much worse to not feel something at all, than to feel sad most the time. At least you can feel something. Depression is a bi***. But it can be treated so that's the good news
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    (Original post by eden3)
    Absolutely wrong, that's a misconception. Feeling emotionally numb and apathetic is more common in depressed people

    depression sound like so much more though

    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    I'm fairly certain you do have it
    Is it wrong to wish to have it so I can stop blaming myself for being so lazy all the time or
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    (Original post by Amylololol)
    Hey pal I've got the same problem except I got over it a week ago :|
    Your answer lies in a new routine. Try something new m8, try exercising- I know you're a lazy f*** but please do try it! Try dancing even :| I know it's random but it'll get your happy hormones stimulated and you might just feel like doing something.
    Another more realistic option would be, set up little tasks. Tasks that even lazy shites like you and I can accomplish- like reading and making notes of 1 page of chemistry. F*** the rest for tomorrow and just chill. And then another page tomorrow and then so on. Make a little study routine, increase the no. Of pages little by little. This way, you'll be accomplishing SOMETHING instead of nothing. It'll motivate you to do more!
    At least study for 10 minutes a day. There's kids in Bangladesh that sit through flooded classrooms to note down what the teacher's saying just so they can have a promising future. Imagine what the non-school going kids do :/ So please, don't take your time for granted. Make use of it, start little. There's no rush. But at least take a start. It's worth everything you've ever wanted in life, I promise you.
    I dance all the time!!all the time!!! I cannot stay committed to anything. It's horrible
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    (Original post by Emerald777O)
    Omg I hope I don't

    FORCE yourself to get up at a reasonable time everyday, get dressed and get out of the house. Go for a brisk walk, jog, run. Get home. Have breakfast and then get out of the house again. Go and work somewhere like the library or a coffee shop.

    Go to bed early and at the same time each night.

    I bet if you set yourself a task like this and did it you would feel motivated to do stuff.

    In life you have to sometimes just force yourself to do stuff otherwise you'd do nothing.
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    (Original post by Ninja Squirrel)
    Some people are just inherently lazy :dontknow:

    Not everyone has the motivation and ambition to achieve and be the best they can be. However you might end up regretting is when you get older because at some point you're probably going to have to work and you'll end up having to do something you don't enjoy whereas you could put in the grind now, suffer for a few years and then at least get a job doing something you might actually enjoy, even a little bit.
    I know I'll regret it and that's what kills me
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    (Original post by Emerald777O)
    depression sound like so much more though



    Is it wrong to wish to have it so I can stop blaming myself for being so lazy all the time or
    Trust me that's bad enough to have. You no longer feel human, more like a robot.

    And idk if it's wrong, but you should definitely see a doctor and be honest upfront with him/her about all of this.
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    FORCE yourself. When you realise you have no choice because you'll drag yourself through it, whether you want to or not, your brain will accomodate you.
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    (Original post by starfab)
    FORCE yourself. When you realise you have no choice because you'll drag yourself through it, whether you want to or not, your brain will accomodate you.
    This is some solid advice💪
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    (Original post by Racoon)
    FORCE yourself to get up at a reasonable time everyday, get dressed and get out of the house. Go for a brisk walk, jog, run. Get home. Have breakfast and then get out of the house again. Go and work somewhere like the library or a coffee shop.

    Go to bed early and at the same time each night.

    I bet if you set yourself a task like this and did it you would feel motivated to do stuff.

    In life you have to sometimes just force yourself to do stuff otherwise you'd do nothing.
    I have no time in the morning . And I would never jog or outside cos everyone would be watching me.

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    FORCE yourself. When you realise you have no choice because you'll drag yourself through it, whether you want to or not, your brain will accomodate you.
    I always try to. I beg myself but my brain is just like nahhh just chill and f up your life
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    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    Trust me that's bad enough to have. You no longer feel human, more like a robot.

    And idk if it's wrong, but you should definitely see a doctor and be honest upfront with him/her about all of this.
    Are you saying that I could potentially become like that if I acc do have depression
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    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    This is some solid advice💪
    It's hard AF though

    (Original post by Emerald777O)
    I have no time in the morning . And I would never jog or outside cos everyone would be watching me.


    I always try to. I beg myself but my brain is just like nahhh just chill and f up your life
    That's TRYING. not FORCING.
 
 
 
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