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fuck should I do???? by Edwin Shittingman - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 17:26:04 EST ID:5cn1rjKV No.519294 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Fucking be me. Live in an extended stay hotel with my girlfriend(who is willing to be my fiance) and we dont have money to pay up tomorrow for the next week, so what is she going to do? Escorting apparently tonight. I'm so pissed and livid but at the same time I realize that these kids cant be homeless and she's just trying to look out and she's never done it before. I feel like I should just call my parents, get an uber called and go back home with all my shit when she's gone and the kids are asleep but at the sametime she's awesome, she's my bestfriend, she cooks, she cleans, and its my fault that she has to do this since Ive taken so long on finding a job.
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Cyril Digglestone - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 20:27:42 EST ID:/SOdGi2D No.519297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well after this you will get your arm cut off due to gangrenous infection as a result of your IV habit, your black friend will end up in prison, and your mom will be a shriveled old psych patient getting electroshock therapy. also your gf is going to do ASS TO ASS
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Hugh Bredgespear - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 11:19:22 EST ID:n3pJg67O No.519312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
get a job you absolute stallion
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Hamilton Brogglelock - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 21:18:11 EST ID:4I/hIj3s No.519350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would steal from people before I let my girlfriend fuck some other dude. Seriously. That's what a man should do, he should look after his wife and kids.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7ZHLppS5_w

Be a man
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Walter Snodson - Sat, 14 Oct 2017 01:44:33 EST ID:kAEKpfyQ No.519385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Man, I hope you're trolling.
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Emma Dibbleladge - Sat, 14 Oct 2017 07:06:13 EST ID:FwheuJ8x No.519394 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So, she's out there sacrificing her dignity to put food on the kids' table while you're sitting in here complaining about it?

Why aren't you sucking dick through a glory hole to support her efforts, reduce her workload, and help her feel less self-conscious if shit has gotten that serious?


Military vet with PTSD by Simon Foffingfield - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 08:51:16 EST ID:JI9kO00V No.519309 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Alright,, so I know other people from other countries are on here. I know my country has fucked up a lot of shit. But I'm begging you guys, please keep polotics out of this. Please...

So to start, I served in the U.S. Army. Deployed to Afghanistan. And of course, I was combat arms (artillery, but we were just educate grunts most of tge deployment). Saw a lot of fucked up shit, thungs we did, and things the taliban would do. It's haunting. I close my eyes, I can hear and smell the carnage. And it wont go away. I've been seeking help, but everyone I pretty much know are civilians, and I smoked weed in the military to try and make tgese intensities go away, so I am sort of persona non grata with my unit. Does anyone know of a way I can anonymously chat with other military vets to help me sort this shit out? I can't even lay in bed without feeling safe or ok. Haven't had real sleep in about a year now. And I'm approaching something cataclysmic if I don't get help with this.

I'm just begging you guys to leave politics out of this. Please. I know shits fucked up, and nobodies the good guy in all of it. But I just wanna come home... not physically but mentally.
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Samuel Puddledock - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 12:54:08 EST ID:CfonqoA0 No.519341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519318

Hey, not a vet. But I get it. I think I was supposed to be a soldier but didn't have the courage to put a career on the line.

I can understand the constant fear of death, knowing that you could die at any time. Also embracing the fear and popping your head up to squeeze off a couple shots, almost daring death to take you. Killing 'the enemy' under these circumstances would feel exhilarating, euphoric, and relieving at the same time. As if you faced death and conquered it. But what probably weighs more than that is the brotherhood you felt there. That feeling knowing that your fellow man would lay his life down for you and knowing that you would lay down your life for them.

There was a great TED talk on this subject by a military correspondent:

https://www.ted.com/talks/sebastian_junger_why_veterans_miss_war

He talks about brotherhood and what it really means.

I suspect that you are seeking other vets because you are seeking that feeling of brotherhood that you can't get in civilian life. Here in the States, you're on your own. Out there, you had a crew, a community that had your back, that would die for all of you. And that community faced death, conquered it, and went back into the fight.

You should watch it. It might illuminate what you went through out there.
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Hedda Channermat - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 13:35:00 EST ID:/SOdGi2D No.519342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519341

i dont think its that hard to understand. think of the people who do extreme sports, like free cliff climbing or wingsuit jumping or whatever. it is that risk of death, the thrill of mortality, and the adrenaline dump, that makes it so thrilling. now picture a warzone where you and another dude are trying to murder each other, thats a 100% adrenaline high
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Clara Secklesadge - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 01:08:59 EST ID:F6BBbLXR No.519357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2ctwxwS0M0
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Hedda Clingerridge - Sat, 14 Oct 2017 01:04:32 EST ID:yUhAjzvV No.519384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519309
I never deployed despite being in for 3 years and medboarded out. I originally went in as an 18X but didn't make it into SF so wound up at Ft. Bragg in the 82nd as an 11B.

Keep in mind I work night shift at a factory now so my responses might be sparse, but start talkin if you want mang.
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Lillian Gadgewill - Sat, 14 Oct 2017 18:03:20 EST ID:o3vIoRWZ No.519401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm sure there are forums run by/for vets you can post on to get rapport.

If there miracuiously aren't any, what are you waiting for, make one.


The Herp by Nicholas Boblingshaw - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 11:02:59 EST ID:m/OkVpBD No.519365 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup /qq/,

I've been dating an older woman lately, and we porked last night. The first and third times, I used a condom and cleaned my shit off after, but the second time I raw-dogged it and fell asleep after I recklessly blew my nut in her. Luckily she hit menopause so I'm good there.

However, before we began boning, she told me she has herpes (simplex b). Specifically, she has it on her ass (ay lmao), and we only did vagine, once laying next to each other and twice with her on top. She wasn't having a breakout during the sex, and hadn't had one in months (usually gets once a year), but I know there is still a risk of transmission.

Some random source I found says that if there is no breakout, and you're a guy, and you use a condom, it's about 2%, whereas without a condom is 4%. If those are accurate, then my three sessions amount to an 8% chance roughly. How fucked do you think I am? Do you have herpes (either facial or genital)? Have you ever done anything like what I did? I'm going to go get some heroin I think.
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Lillian Gadgewill - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 20:45:49 EST ID:o3vIoRWZ No.519379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>gets needlessly paranoid about low risk stuff which wouldn't have much of a health impact anyway
>ends freakout with "I'm going to go get some heroin I think"

Your death will significantly raise the average IQ on this planet.
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Lillian Gadgewill - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 21:26:31 EST ID:o3vIoRWZ No.519380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>gets needlessly paranoid about low risk stuff which wouldn't have much of a health impact anyway
>ends freakout with "I'm going to go get some heroin I think"

Your death will significantly raise the average IQ on this planet.
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Lillian Gadgewill - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 21:58:41 EST ID:o3vIoRWZ No.519381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>gets needlessly paranoid about low risk stuff which wouldn't have much of a health impact anyway
>ends freakout with "I'm going to go get some heroin I think"

Your death will significantly raise the average IQ on this planet.
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Caroline Passledod - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 22:14:39 EST ID:m/OkVpBD No.519382 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519378
>hates on drugs
>on 420chan
>quadruple posts
I may be a homeless heroin addict, but get your life together man.
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Lillian Gadgewill - Sat, 14 Oct 2017 17:03:52 EST ID:o3vIoRWZ No.519399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519382
I love drugs, and the quad posts were because of the site glitching yesterday.
What I consume or how many times I post has no effect on the point I made.

The point being OP makes no sense. His behaviours and emotions are divorced from logic and reality.

I got nothing against him doing heroin or him doing that chick. But him freaking out about the latter and being nonchalant about the former tells me clearly the dude is unaware of basic things, i.e. he's hopelessly stupid.


Motivation by Shitting Muckleham - Mon, 02 Oct 2017 21:49:02 EST ID:jco0cg/A No.519166 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do you motivate yourself to get out of a depression?

When you don't have the energy or discipline to do anything, when you feel completely empty and numb.. what do you say or do that gives you that tiny bit of hope and motivation to give life another go?

Thanks
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Edwin Dishforth - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 18:06:45 EST ID:F6BBbLXR No.519274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>519271
Hey, all you people that tryin' to sleep
I'm out to make it with my midnight creep, yeah
'cause I'm a back door man, the men don't know
But the little girls understand, alright, yeah...

You men eat your dinner, eat your pork and beans
I eat more chicken, than any man ever seen, yeah, yeah
I'm a back door man, wha... the men don't know
But the little girl understand.
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Graham Worthingbanks - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 05:52:46 EST ID:GHzh7vt/ No.519281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519271
I guess that's what I'm doing right now. Just don't feel much like eating. I mean, I could eat, but I don't want to. It feels like work to eat.

I've never heard of fasting as a way to fix depression. I don't feel any less depressed, having barely eaten anything today. I had a small apple. And a few bites of spaghetti. I'm hungry and apathetic.

I guess I figure it can't hurt. I don't want to eat anyway. When does it kick in? Do I gotta go full Ramadan?
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Isabella Gerryshit - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 13:52:00 EST ID:Ikm6SAhz No.519289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For me, it has a lot to do with reaching for old passions, rediscovering things that have always been there. Do you think your depression could be clinical? In that case, possibly only medication could help.
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Priscilla Billingway - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 19:23:13 EST ID:I86EzXz2 No.519296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>519256
Hello, Handsome!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WED9UNIdZbI
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Jack Sellerwill - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 05:51:49 EST ID:SBvY4G5M No.519360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519181
I remember feeling a burst of blind motivation after finishing "boys on the run." It dissipated quickly though.


Awkward breakup stories -- repost from /b/ by Nigel Debblechot - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 17:00:54 EST ID:5h0RvnJY No.519227 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So this summer I met a Korean girl when I was backpacking in Vietnam (she's 31, I'm 22). We spent a week together and had a lot of fun, but I could kinda tell that this arrangement wasn't going to work long term. Obviously I didn't tell her that at the time.

Afterwards, she kept pestering me to fly to Alaska with her when she had a week off. I live close by so I thought sure, whatever it'll be fun. That was all of this week. We went to see the Auroras, kayaking etc.

My original plan was to tell her a week after I'm back or so that maybe we should just be friends, but she was being kinda bitchy the night before, and I wasn't really wanting to put up with it, so I told her then we should break up.

She totally shut down. Went from speaking almost fluent English to nothing in an instant. She didn't even want to take the smoked salmon I bought her as a souvenir. Anyway, since we got to the airport I figured she doesn't want to have anything to do with me, so I left to go to the gate. She just messaged me
"Did you leave me alone?"
"Ok. Thank you for giving me the worst vacation."
"Goodbye"

Inb4 I fucked up
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William Budgelock - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 07:57:07 EST ID:JitS66ql No.519237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You hurt her feelings. But she probably didn't really mean that it was the worst vacation ever big dog. Is that what you were worried about?

You were being honest though so it's not even a bad thing. It's just life.
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Matilda Pezzlestune - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 02:04:39 EST ID:/SOdGi2D No.519261 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thats a sad story OP. poor girl. why did you think it wouldnt work?
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John Nobbleshit - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 10:53:04 EST ID:3qSLtzLv No.519287 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP made an Asian girl sad!

YOU MADE HER SAD, OP

ARGH monster
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Phineas Druddlecocke - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 18:04:36 EST ID:h/1sxUpj No.519295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519287
Fucking amateur hour stuff. I made one turn to counseling, benzos and then the Lord, in that order.
Get on my level, OP.
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Hamilton Brogglelock - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 21:28:28 EST ID:4I/hIj3s No.519353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I was backpacking and got involved with a girl
>two weeks later I told her I didn't want to be her bf
>what do

I don't know, just continue living? Jesus Christ there's people in here with serious problems, breaking up with a female is not a serious issue. And i'm saying this because I love you OP, you had a great time, be glad that you did. Now get the fuck out of here, some of us haven't had sex in years


Only thing about ex I miss and dislike thinking about is sex by Simon Trotstone - Wed, 04 Oct 2017 17:18:25 EST ID:KGNn4P0B No.519196 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am emotionally over her, but the physical sex was by far the best and only good part of the relationship.

I dislike the idea of her being physical with someone else, but that is just my dick talking and I know it.

I have narrowed it down to only that, but I cant seem to shake it.

I feel the need to take her back just so I can be the only one to physically dominate her.
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Jack Gannerson - Wed, 04 Oct 2017 20:29:48 EST ID:DlJv0rWW No.519197 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519196
I HEARD THERE ARE CLUBS WHERE YOU PAY LIKE $10 AND CAN USE THEIR SEX EQUIPMENT

MAYBE YOU CAN DOMINATE SOMEONE IN THERE
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Hamilton Brogglelock - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 21:26:23 EST ID:4I/hIj3s No.519352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519196
find someone else to be thinking about

If she's out of your life and you can't fuck her anymore, thinking about it will not help. What you need is to be obsessed about fucking someone else.


friend interested in shyster friend by Alice Crumblenine - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 14:35:52 EST ID:fqoaHH8i No.519290 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So my friend (although we're not that close) i guess has been talking with my old best friend and has expressed interest in him. i've known my old friend for years; thing is his life bottomed out years ago and he's a little bent in some ways. he's stolen from countless people in the past including myself and is off the rails when it comes to sex/relationships.lies in order to get sex, cheats, attempts to remove condoms unknowingly to the other, presses for sex when others obviously don't want it, has a temper when others cheat yet not when it's him among other things.

He's gotten a lot better, just not when it comes to dating/sex. We don't have the best relationship in the world but he still talks to me ever so often. He gets infatuated with people and has shown me wedding rings he's purchased preemptively after 1st dates. He's illuminated to me that he does this to a fill a void and doesn't feel comfortable with himself. I wanna tell this chick to be careful but I don't want to seem like a maniac or paternalistic. We used to be close and it hurt me with how much he stole from me and lied. I don't want to come off as indicative of him or jealous over either of them; which they might accuse me of since they both know i'm bisexual.

I don't mean to shit on my old pal in particular, but I haven't seen any evidence he's turned a new leaf
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Hamilton Brogglelock - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 21:19:43 EST ID:4I/hIj3s No.519351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519290
People can change, but you should also try to warn your friend 1 about your crazy friend 2 and about his crazy sexual antics


straight up sit com situation by Rebecca Gaffingway - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 07:35:30 EST ID:eYyVJAJl No.519333 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>TL;DR
>Love current partner of 3 years
>totally poly together
>tell him I want this new guy I've known for 6 months
>"can't say I approve but I'll think about it"
>1 month later cheat on current partner with this new guy because we got no answer and we got drunk
>told partner straight away
>it wasn't the sex that got him it was the lack of patience with his feelings
>was actually going to be okay with it soon anyway
>fml
>new rules in place, can't see him on my own, no sleep overs
>feeling controlled
>know I did a fuck up but god damn I miss new guy
>almost break up, didn't want to make it about new guy but it turned to that anyway
>mentions again he was almost ready to be okay with it
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Angus Breckledeg - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 12:38:05 EST ID:WozaXgtK No.519340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519333
You cheated [%}and no I mean you left the boundaries within which you knew things would be okay[/%] with this new guy of course it'll never be good. He is being controlling but on the other hand he's also just asking you to not spend time with the guy you cheated on him with, which is basic respect.

If someone cheated on me I'd drop them like it's hot. I know this is a borderline situation because he was considering it but you knew it wasn't okay. You did it. On one hand you can't control your partner the way he is and call it healthy, on the other hand you're showing his feelings no respect and you can't do that and consider it healthy either.

>I want to choose me
This is what you're doing. You're putting yourself ahead of them both. On one hand sure it's true to you, on the other, don't expect any decent guy to want to stay in a relationship with you because it's much better for you than them.

Pick one, give up the other. Do the cliche, get a piece of paper and write all the pros and cons of each guy on it. Get another piece of paper and do 100 lines "I will stop being a selfish cunt" while you're at it. Anyway then having explored everything rationally and put your feelings out there you have to decide with your heart. I don't know much about picking the right person, I've never had to choose like that. But I do know what simply doesn't work in a relationship and what is absolutely not cool.

But if you keep disrespecting others don't expect to keep anything good.
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Ernest Senkinforth - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 20:02:49 EST ID:/SOdGi2D No.519346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>have an agreement with a person to not fuck other people
>i violate the agreement
>person expresses dissatisfaction
>i feel controlled

sounds like you need to exit the agreement, idiot.
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Hamilton Brogglelock - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 21:14:17 EST ID:4I/hIj3s No.519349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Never understood poly relationships, I mean it is basically "I want to both have the cake and eat it". You are dating someone but you're not entirely satisfied , so you come up with this "method" that allows you to go and fuck whoever you want and then come back to your regular partner and pretend like everything is okay.

To me, that is simply not a serious relationship, that is basically having two fuck buddies. I would never be in a poly relationship unless the girl was somehow not good enough, and I was just too lazy or too needy to be alone or try getting out of my comfort zone to find someone else. I have been fuck buddies with women so I have banged chicks that were banging other dudes but at all times I knew it was just a fuck buddy , and if I found someone better than the person I would just ditch her immediately, no second thoughts. Same for them, a fuck buddy of mine got a boyfriend so we stopped fucking. Well we did it a couple more times until she felt too guilty and then we stopped definitely.

Honestly, I just wouldn't give a shit. If your relationship is a poly relationship from the beginning, that means you have certain freedoms that you don't have in a normal relationship. That is, you are free to go and fuck whoever you want without having to ask daddy for permission first. Isn't that what being in a fucking poly-amorous relationship means? It doesn't mean "you have to do what I tell you", it doesn't mean "you can do other guys only if I approve". That is bullshit. A poly relationship should mean "we know that at some times we feel attracted to other people and we know that it's okay to fuck other people. And we will understand that and not be possessive or jealous."

>I can't see this new guy by myself anymore, and my partner would like to meet someone for himself before I can continue forward.
That sounds like absolute bullshit. You can do whatever you want, it is not a marriage and he definitely doesn't have the right to tell you to wait until he finds someone else. What the fuck kind of dumb relationship are you into? If it takes him a year to find someone else, does that mean you can't s…
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I think about death like every day by Cedric Hattinglock - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 03:22:03 EST ID:jjpiyv0q No.518982 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone else?
When I'm in a positive state, "oh, it's all momentary, death comes eventually"
When I'm negative, "why even bother with it all? I'll be dead eventually anyways"
When I am progressing heavily in something, "shame that it's all momentary :^)"
When I give up something, "well, we do die eventually, this wasn't worth my energy"
etc


It's sort of a neutral thought that isn't necessarily always depressing, though never uplifting either. Sometimes it's just a single passing thought, sometimes I dwell on it longer than I should.
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Wesley Modgemadging - Tue, 26 Sep 2017 03:12:31 EST ID:9aeUGuOI No.519015 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Death is just the logical conclusion to life. You'll be okay. You want to really blow your mind we were all dead at one time before. There are cells that make up our body that live and die every day. We're the sentience and they look for any accidental rat feces particles we may have ingested from the legal amount left in our peanut butter or some other mundane task to keep us feeling good and eating that rat shit peanut butter. But for the grace of God goes I, am I rite? Sorry if this isn't making any sense.
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Hannah Pagglewater - Tue, 26 Sep 2017 20:57:53 EST ID:o3vIoRWZ No.519024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fear of death = fear of life

Reread the examples you have written in that light. It reads as you being afraid of doing things because you do not have enough faith in yourself to achieve / keep them.
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Doris Bishforth - Thu, 28 Sep 2017 11:59:18 EST ID:BpoTupeV No.519076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518982
Have you tried meditation at all? It takes some practice to get into, but after even a few minutes a day for one week, youll notice that youre better able to choose one thought over another.
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Awe' God !!vVWR8L52 - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 09:35:27 EST ID:hQScIyLB No.519311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>518982
>2017
>still has no idea that now is eternal.

Well yes i used to think about it about once every hour but in a different way than you.
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Ernest Senkinforth - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 20:04:35 EST ID:/SOdGi2D No.519347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519015

lmao i am vibin with you hard brother


Letting health issues go by otherkevin - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 02:56:44 EST ID:DlJv0rWW No.519305 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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<kevinother> why
<kevinother> i don't take care of my health
<kevinother> it sounds like you don't either
<kevinother> people care about us
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Angus Pickfoot - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 12:36:37 EST ID:3qSLtzLv No.519339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
because for thousands of years doctors were quacks who were as likely to kill you as help you and it is difficult to get that atavistic fear out of our heads


Ghosts by Polly Sellydock - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 05:10:29 EST ID:USUZpST+ No.519327 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Why do they never leave
Why did nobody warn me about them
Never get a moment of peace a list of ghosts as long as my arm always lurking there to remind me. They never leave I hate them
So many ghosts in the back of my head waiting for the opportunity
How do you let them go I don't know what muscles to relax to stop holding on that's not how brains work
Please they're like ticks that never let me relax into something new
How do you make yourself clean again
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John Smallbanks - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 06:44:11 EST ID:JI9kO00V No.519332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519327
Are you using ghosts literally, or metaphorically?
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Polly Sellydock - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 07:37:03 EST ID:USUZpST+ No.519334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519332
What's the difference? The latter if you're picky


nobody speaks my fuckin language, man by dimples - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 04:16:18 EST ID:DlJv0rWW No.519323 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how do you earn your own trust?

i don't trust anyone, particularly myself.

it's all delusions and manipulation.

also, butts.
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MY STOMACH FEELS PUKEY - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 04:59:07 EST ID:DlJv0rWW No.519326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519324
yeah, probalby

no you are

please help me

no go away
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Frederick Nenderdane - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 06:10:37 EST ID:GHzh7vt/ No.519328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519325
That's understandable. I was really just kind of curious.

I've been thinking about delusion recently. You ever heard that theory that depressed people are seeing the world as it is? And happy people delude themselves? I think there's something to that. There's a degree of deluding yourself which is necessary in order to be mentally healthy. Sort of like how psychiatric disorders are (very, very generally) malignant exaggerations or deficits of normal psychological phenomenon. A schizophrenic is an example of delusion which constitutes sickness. But what about believing in yourself? A lot of the time, there may not be any good reason to believe in yourself. But it's still necessary and healthy.

You see what I mean by any of this? I recall some quote from Schwarzenegger in his body building days. He said something like, when he does arm, he pictures his biceps like huge mountains coming to life.

Visualization, delusion, convincing yourself, etc. These are all expressions of some underlying faculty of the mind, effecting your will upon reality and yourself.

It's good to question yourself, of course, but you have to ask yourself sometimes if you're being 1.) Fair 2.) Rational and 3.) Effective.

That's how I see it anyway. I'm still learning. Everyone is.
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Frederick Nenderdane - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 06:11:53 EST ID:GHzh7vt/ No.519329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519328
*arm curls

I never make typos. You didn't see that.
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John Smallbanks - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 06:36:46 EST ID:JI9kO00V No.519330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519328
I agree with this. While I'm not beta or socially awkward, I'm pretty fucking ugly. Not to mention no family to speak of. And let's be real, it IS possible to be ugly enough that I will NEVER date.
I'm essentially to the point, where I either quit and die, or just start making up my own reasons to hold on.

Now obviously it's a wildly different situation your posting about OP. But I think coming up with reasons to trust yourself and others is going to take similar approaches, especially like >>519328 said. Gotta trick yourself. Maybe say "yeah i can't trust these motherfuckers, but it's better than being empty and alone". I'd look into CBT as well OP. It helps with unhealthy thinking and perceptions.

Either way, best luck OP.
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Frederick Gemmlestod - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 20:39:42 EST ID:DlJv0rWW No.519348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519330
thanks :)

i've had mixed results with CBT. you can lead a horse to water, and you may even salt the oats...


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