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    (Original post by Idiot-Finder)
    TSR is a joke.

    Full of young people who think they are adults and know everything about life.

    I dont see why anyone ******* uses this forum.

    If I want tech advice I will go to a specific tech forum, if I want fitness advice I will go to a specialised fitness forum.

    If I want a load of trolls and teenagers who think they know everything about life then I will come to ******* TSR.
    :console:

    Tbh I think the vast majority of people are ******* morons, whereever you go. Though I do admit the pseudo-intellectual TSR ones are particularly moronic, probably because they think an A at A-level means they are in anyway qualified about a subject. :mmm:
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    :console:

    Tbh I think the vast majority of people are ******* morons, whereever you go. Though I do admit the pseudo-intellectual TSR ones are particularly moronic, probably because they think an A at A-level means they are in anyway qualified about a subject. :mmm:
    Tsr is the jack of all trades but master at none, except maybe uni advice.
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    (Original post by Popppppy)
    Hello, only just discovered this soc. :wave:
    I was just wondering, I've been on Fluoxetine (prozac) for about 3 weeks now, and it makes me really nauseous, does anyone else get this?
    I don't mind it really, it's much better than where I was before!
    Hi!

    :hugs: It wears off soon :yep: I'm in my 7th week on fluoxetine and didn't feel nauseous after the first few weeks at all.

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    I woke up strangely optimistic this morning. Odd. I had the motivation and energy to read. Very odd. Despite still getting only broken sleep, I woke up after dawn. Really very odd. I'm even looking forward to work... I think I'm losing it. :teehee:

    Okay, anyone want to take bets on when I'll crash and be a gibbering mess on the floor crying?
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    (Original post by steffi.alexa)
    I woke up strangely optimistic this morning. Odd. I had the motivation and energy to read. Very odd. Despite still getting only broken sleep, I woke up after dawn. Really very odd. I'm even looking forward to work... I think I'm losing it. :teehee:

    Okay, anyone want to take bets on when I'll crash and be a gibbering mess on the floor crying?
    I'm glad you managed to sleep a bit :yep:
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    (Original post by haidoreru)
    I go to my counsellor whenever I feel bad, although, at the moment, I'm in a different country for the summer and the only people whom I could talk to are back in the UK.

    What do you do in cognitive behavioural therapy? I've heard about this, but don't really know what you actually do within the session.

    I haven't been drinking for two months, ever since I started on anti-depressants... I thought you're not meant to drink while you're on it?
    I don't know exactly, I think it's just reprogramming your cognitive brain processes. I believe you're not supposed to drink on the medication but my will is weak.
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    Have to call psychiatrist today.....

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    I am so ******* bored. Would try to sleep, but sick of all the **** that goes round in my head as soon as I turn the light off.
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    Had about 6 units of alcohol and I still feel ok Apart from my friend threw up down my back :nothing: Started to feel the 'turn' in my emotions and stopped drinking, I reckon I can control it if I'm sensible.
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    I have work today, and I'm actually feeling okay!
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    ^ Great to hear kmn and andrew are feeling good I'm okay, very very up and down atm. am off swimming now.
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    Oh man. Scrap the last post, I spent the morning feeling awful :nothing: Back off the drink I feel, it never used to make me feel that bad! Plus tbh I spent £20 last night and I was only out for a few hours; I normally get away with a £5 including a taxi for the whole night when I'm not drinking. I'd rather stay sober and 'safe' and have the money I think, than have the added worry of whether I'm gonna do anything stupid or whatever, as the benefits were few to drinking...

    5 mile run today, it's tipping it down, bloody bring it We've raised over £1000, I'm so happy about that.
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    I don't know what to do ... I have had a holiday with about 11 friends booked for ages and it's next week, but I don't feel up to it at the moment. I have had a very rough week. But I don't want to let everyone down AND loose the £100 I paid to boot.

    What should I do?
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    (Original post by Fail Whale)
    I don't know what to do ... I have had a holiday with about 11 friends booked for ages and it's next week, but I don't feel up to it at the moment. I have had a very rough week. But I don't want to let everyone down AND loose the £100 I paid to boot.

    What should I do?
    I'd probably give it a go :hugs: it may make you feel better to get away from home for a bit!
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    (Original post by Fail Whale)
    I don't know what to do ... I have had a holiday with about 11 friends booked for ages and it's next week, but I don't feel up to it at the moment. I have had a very rough week. But I don't want to let everyone down AND loose the £100 I paid to boot.

    What should I do?
    You should go, you might feel a lot better being in a fun new environment doing some fun new things. Also, you may regret not going, so you may as well give it a try
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    Is anyone here? Please :cry:
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    (Original post by Nothos)
    Is anyone here? Please :cry:
    :hugs: what's up?
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    (Original post by sauce)
    :hugs: what's up?
    It just seems hopeless. Half tempted to throw myself in the river :cry:
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    (Original post by Nothos)
    It just seems hopeless. Half tempted to throw myself in the river :cry:
    Please don't :hugs: Things may seem awful now but things will eventually get better. You're a great person and good things will happen, depression doesn't happen to people who are weak, it happens to people that need to prove how strong they really are :hugs:
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    (Original post by Nothos)
    It just seems hopeless. Half tempted to throw myself in the river :cry:

    Hey, I know it's very hard, but try and keep calm; perhaps go out for a walk, look at the sky, listen to some music or something? You may feel like the world is against you now, but things do change for the better, and something awesome may just happen to you in the near-future, so please don't do something you may regret!
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    :banghead: Why do I bother? I still have to lock myself in the (unlockable) bathroom when I need to cry too. :banghead:
 
 
 
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