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Was diagnosed with depression in october, but been without friends for a long time. Years. I've been trying to make progress. I was recently diagnosed with aspergers which made me feel worse. My ex, who i've been close to, is now talking to a new guy (we split up in august last year but still kept close and there was always the possibility of us getting back together). meanwhile, the third date i was meant to go on has been cancelled, and i have nothing. noithing to do. all i do is sit at home, i cry myself to sleep, because i cannot bare the loneliness. I hate this life. I just want a different one. I'm told I should be grateful for having a stable family and good education etc, and whilst i am glad in that regard, as to education, being intelligent has never made me happy. i've grown up far too quickly, i'm 18 and supposed to start university in autumn. if i have to wait til then to make friends or do anything, i mean i cant even seem to get a job....i'm done with life.
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An online chat with someone close to you, or, failing that, a psychologist, might be good start if you want to open up what you really feel.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Was diagnosed with depression in october, but been without friends for a long time. Years. I've been trying to make progress. I was recently diagnosed with aspergers which made me feel worse. My ex, who i've been close to, is now talking to a new guy (we split up in august last year but still kept close and there was always the possibility of us getting back together). meanwhile, the third date i was meant to go on has been cancelled, and i have nothing. noithing to do. all i do is sit at home, i cry myself to sleep, because i cannot bare the loneliness. I hate this life. I just want a different one. I'm told I should be grateful for having a stable family and good education etc, and whilst i am glad in that regard, as to education, being intelligent has never made me happy. i've grown up far too quickly, i'm 18 and supposed to start university in autumn. if i have to wait til then to make friends or do anything, i mean i cant even seem to get a job....i'm done with life.
Don't ever listen to other people when they tell you to be grateful about X Y and Z because to put it simply they have no idea what's like. I know it seems really bleak now but it WILL get better, going someplace new might help a bit and university is honestly one of the best places to make friends as you're always surrounded by different people. Like the above comment said, online chats can be really good at meeting some new people.
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