Phoenix_22The problem i've experienced is that, you just take things way too seriously.
Everything seems like hell, yes, and everything is stressful or you aren't perfect for the world, etc. But when all these things start to bottle up, just have a "go with the flow" attitude. Do the things you can do, but don't do anything that is going to consume you later on. Just let everything go right by you.
If he lets it go right by him, won't it just bottle up even more?
Now, I'm no counselor (not even close) and speaking my mind (let alone typing it) has never been one of my strong points, so I really have no idea if anything I can say will make any kind of impression on you. I do, however, have a sister who is would officially be considered clinically depressed by most. At the moment, she is on anti-depressents. While these pills do wonders for her (and she will admit this to you), you can't simply take pills for your problems and hope that they will single handedly solve all of your problems. You have to change your attitude a little.. try to see things from a different perspective. Running away from your problems certainly wont solve anything, but you can't hit everything in your life full force.. you'll wear yourself out emotionally. You gotta never stop trying... keep on keepin on, but don't give a shit what happens. Take your problems one at a time, but take them lightly. I can't exactly put myself in your shoes, because (while im definately not the happiest person in the world) it is nearly impossible to get me depressed. For some reason, I am probably one of the most care-free people in existance on this planet. We all have our faults, you just gotta learn to treat them like joke. Like I said, I'm sure none of that helped at all... hell, it probably doesn't even make sense (like I said, putting my mind to paper isn't one of my strong points). Whenever you start to feel depressed about anything going wrong in your life, just repeat this in your head, and learn to mean it in its entirity: "Meh... what the hell."
"Haha", "Whew!", and a few others like that work well too. Now get out there and start practicing!
i read your letter from start to finish; i would go with going to her and asking her out face to face. no need for a letter. deppression can be detected in what people say and how they act. alot of people are deppressed, you are NOT ALONE. but i saw during my life people who are all smiles and outgoing and who are the last people in the world you think is deppressed and they turn out killing themslves ,true story. a guy i went to college with to be more specific.
I didn't make it!
[COLOR=magenta]bless...... i am a girl and i think dats well sweet wot u just said if da girl likes u she will defo like ur message...... but u do come accross a bit needy.[/COLOR] [COLOR=magenta][/COLOR] [COLOR=magenta]make sure u make it clear 2 her u are a mans man not a puff cos a girl likes some one who is strong and who can 'protect' them. [/COLOR] [COLOR=magenta][/COLOR] [COLOR=magenta]rather than saying ur hopless without her say... that she makes ur life complete and that the time u spend with her is amazing.[/COLOR] [COLOR=magenta][/COLOR] [COLOR=magenta]now can ne big strong lads help me wid a gaming problem im having... afta all i am a girl!!!:cya:[/COLOR]
However (quite like roro describes above), always be sure to be the most positive person you can around her. This relationship (if it forms) can either lift you out and up or her down and in. My sister had a boyfriend like that, a guy who was depressed. At first he was brilliant, really enthusiatic and nice. Then he started acting depressed, dependent on her, and really, freakishly attached. She broke up with him... Bsically, you HAVE to act happy around your girlfriend no matter how you feel. You have an obligation to give her only your best side, as difficult as it might sound. If you can succeed, I guarantee you it will be the most wonderful thing you have ever experienced, and you might not even need to use the pills. Good luck, I hope it all works out...
[COLOR=magenta]now can ne big strong lads help me wid a gaming problem im having... afta all i am a girl!!!:cya:[/COLOR]
If you do that whole post again in perfect English I'll be happy to.
Thank you everyone, I am however going on pills. The advice, was all read..I read all of your posts. They were all good, thank you. I am going to take these pills, my doctor recommended that I do in order to fight my challenges and to succeed happily. He diddn't mention a dependacy, he mentioned a different life style to wake me up and to make me aware of what I want and to be who I am, minise this sick depression and sad childhood...To be me without the problems that haunt me, they are still there he says but this will conditon be and help lead me towards a life style of happiness and normality to as if the problems weren't there..and everntualy I wont need the pills to live my life the way I want to. He mentioned that the pills are not addictive, and that I will be able to come off of them.
That's great. Meds really do help sometimes. I hope things work out well for you 1corvette.
Thanks I start tommorrow.We'll see if anyone notices a difference tomorrow.
[COLOR=navy]it'll take a few days for there to be a noticiable difference.[/COLOR]