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    Well i have major depression, which mainly stems back to when i got bullied in secondary school.

    anyway, currently my "obsession" is that i want to study hard.
    however, i stop myself because if i have a really good day studying and feel proud, and my parents call me and are in a bad mood... i'll assoicate that bad mood with studying and will not study well in the future.

    no im not a troll, this is a genuine problem, i have better things to do then make stuff like this up.
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    Depression is not something to mess about with - get some professional help to deal with your issues. Obsessive behaviors are not healthy either, talk to your doctor.
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFH2eX3lZVA

    Watch that, you'll feel better
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    (Original post by streetfighter5)
    Well i have major depression, which mainly stems back to when i got bullied in secondary school.
    Geoff Thompson, the guy I told you about in the thread on overcoming fear, he was bullied at school. He was terrified of getting beat up, in fact he was terrified of most things in life. One day he just decided that enough was enough and he decided to systematically confront everything he was scared of, with fear of physical violence being at the top of his fear pyramid. To confront this fear, he became a bouncer in Coventry which was polled as being the most violent city in Europe at that time.

    He went on to become a world class martial artist, he's an expert in his field now, and to think, he use to get bullied at school. He's now a successful author (self defence and self-help books) and has gone into making films. He's trained Chuck Norris in Las Vegas and Ray Winstone has starred in one of his films. Read his autobiography or read the articles on his website, I think you could learn alot from him. I know I have.
 
 
 
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