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My neighbour's car blew up by Sidney Tootbanks - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 15:46:00 EST ID:NJkePNSI No.521162 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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He owned a nursery.

Now I'm forced to wear a fat-suit.


Need advice immediately by Isabella Dishstat - Wed, 03 Jan 2018 20:12:24 EST ID:4XFrjiUC No.521144 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I found this notebook where my roommate talks about killing himself. It’s this big manifesto where he outlines shit with women going back to 2014 and how he wants to kill himself because of stuff relating to politics and society. He says he wants this thing distributed at his funeral and on social media. I haven’t read all this yet or even more than a couple pages because he came in when I was reading it and I had to put it away.

What should I do?
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Isabella Dishstat - Wed, 03 Jan 2018 20:56:49 EST ID:4XFrjiUC No.521147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521146
Wtf is this? I am not in love with this guy, I also was planning on telling him I’m moving soon and not with him and now I feel obligated to stay after he did nothing but treat me like shit for years.
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Phineas Fapperman - Wed, 03 Jan 2018 21:57:18 EST ID:kAEKpfyQ No.521152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521144
This seems like something you could pretty easily ignore. I'd go with that.
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Fuck Wungerdudge - Wed, 03 Jan 2018 22:41:32 EST ID:Oc0QiVvJ No.521154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521147
I think basil means love him as an individual (who needs it), not romantically. Some of this disgruntlement towards society stuff can be an outgrowth of more personal feelings of being unloved. He probably is adversarial because he's past the point of being vulnerable as it has done him little good before, although I'm obviously armchairing.
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Isabella Claydale - Wed, 03 Jan 2018 22:55:24 EST ID:oOQyCzbT No.521155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I ended up coming home and reading the entire thing. Its incomplete and from 2015.
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Doris Turveystock - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 08:25:58 EST ID:ncp/wImi No.521159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you don't care than just pass it on to one of his family members or something


moving to the city is impossible without being homeless by Augustus Cleshhall - Fri, 29 Dec 2017 20:10:17 EST ID:+eu7fILs No.520941 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok i took your guys shitty literally useless advice you keep claiming is perfect which is "lol just do it bro" nothing worked its literally impossible.

heres the backstory
>live in shit small town
>in a -30 degree town 7 hours from civilization with no car and snow banks that are like 8 feet tall with nothing or no one around for miles let alone walking distance
>only want to move to a big warm city
>go to LA craigslist
>spend a few days looking around
>answer like 10 ads tell them all my situation say im out of state have a savings and a side gig to earn cash and want a job there
>they all say they'll only do it if they see me first and i check out the apartment and shit

ok so what shit advice are you going to give me now?

Do i have to go be homeless just to get an apartment in LA? Can I just sleep in the airport and rob people around skid row and compton until someone gives me an apartment? I think I'm gonna thats the only way to go and i can't live in the country anymore
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Fanny Duckfoot - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 21:50:35 EST ID:OCwtUy6R No.521106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>520941

>Move to LA
>Can I just sleep in the airport and rob people around skid row and compton until someone gives me an apartment?

Dude are you crazy robbing people around Skid Row/Compton is a good way to fucking die. LA is off limits and we dont want you here. We already have enough idiots here, if you come youre going to end up getting your ass recked. As a LA native I can say I dont want you or anyone else like you here.
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Fanny Duckfoot - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 22:04:33 EST ID:OCwtUy6R No.521107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>520941
You want to come to LA and rob people. Between the LA Police Sheriffs and all the rest of us psychos, you wana come out here and engage in fuckery. I wouldnt even recommend fucking with anyone in this city in any part of this city
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Charles Cleddlewill - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 22:35:51 EST ID:kAEKpfyQ No.521109 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521028
Go to a cheap hotel dude. Why the fuck are you such a moron. It's like you intentionally try to find the worst case scenario and ignore all the other possibilities. Not every hotel is $150 a night. You can stay in a hostel for around $20 a night in most cities. I just checked and there's one in LA for $18, nicer ones are like $40 a night. There you go. Stop catastrophizing. Stop being a pussy and just move already. It's not hard, it's not complicated, you just have to grow some balls and do it. Either accept that you're a pussy and can't move because you're scared or shut up and do it because this fucking delusional state you're in where the world is conspiring against you can't last forever.
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Fanny Duckfoot - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 22:42:02 EST ID:OCwtUy6R No.521110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521109
All I know is I dont want that idiot coming to LA causing problems.
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Fanny Duckfoot - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 22:53:45 EST ID:OCwtUy6R No.521111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521110
I already have to watch my back out here. Why do I need another dummy to fucking worry about?


I'm sad by Ernest Trotbanks - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 11:15:16 EST ID:aUdigX5R No.521018 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well, I'm sad. Not depressed. Just sad. I've been sad for too long now, it's getting tiresome.

Since last January when the girl I was dating suddenly broke up with me I have been so fucking sad. At first I was depressed, desperate. Since july or so I've only been sad, but it doesn't get any better. Her thought still crosses my mind everyday, and no matter what I do I still end up my day feeling like shit. I need to do stuff constantly to be able to stand myself and my life. I train, study, and go out everyday. I've given up smoking and drinking everyday only so that I can train more, because lt allows me to think even less than drinking. I applied for a half year scholarship to go to Berlin and got the fucking second place, I'm stuck in this fucking life for another fucking year. I've dated some girls this year, some ugly, some dumb, some pretty and smart (no that many actually, but well, I've never dated so much anyways). No girl seems appealing. The only girl I actually liked this year lived like 3 hours away and sort of turned me down for a second date. I've got a lot of going on in my life, I started doing a lot of new stuff this year, got a lot of new experiences, met a lot of people, learned a lot of stuff, but I still end up feeling like shit. I don't wanna do therapy anymore, I've done it so many fucking years. But I still don't want to be this miserable. Why can't I fall in love with someone? I just hold the same monotone step while I pass along everything that happens in my life. Nothing seems to definitely affect me. Everything is transitory but my sadness, that stays even in my happiest moments.

I dont know, it was long since I'd written here, it's been long since I've written anything. I just wanted to runt. Still any advice or empathetic experiences would be welcome
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Nicholas Tillingway - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 21:30:19 EST ID:cG0vV5OZ No.521066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521062
How old are you?
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For wines, my cousin Gant is the man to see - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 06:32:51 EST ID:TaHn706/ No.521074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>521062

>'Manning up' and 'using your brain

yes they are meaningless rhetoric, so abstract they are just nothing. If you clench your fist and stand up and just "man up," you'll find that it doesn't work because there's nothing original, nothing behind it, just a meaningless gesture, it is for posers, however "just do it" does hold some weight. Same with "use your brain," as the brain is in use all the time, and the brain is not an organ that is generating its own power, it is in fact nothing more than a receiver ya get me? Physical strength. Ha! This puny matter. The force, that's it. Thinking the outline of your body with whatever clothes it wears is you. Ha! I have never heard such ridiculousness. Just separately man up and hold your shit in! We are not hard lines we are in fact perforated. Right. No, the cowards behind desks will not wake to the truth that is running blindfolded through busy traffic with shat pants. That's it. Just like the way there is more humility in saying "i am the best, i know everything, i am humble i am so great," than gesturing and speaking softly in a low monotone to convey your false meekness.

Blartones. Ya fuckin' with, switch?

GOt it
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Angus Nunderdale - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 09:13:00 EST ID:aUdigX5R No.521081 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521066
26, why?

>>521074
I'm sorry, I don't quite follow you. Cheers to you tho
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For wines, my cousin Gant is the man to see - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 09:39:07 EST ID:TaHn706/ No.521082 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521081

Always remember, for wines and spirits, my cousin Gant is the man to see.
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Phyllis Hedgewell - Fri, 05 Jan 2018 02:02:30 EST ID:ZMDYtLUz No.521184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521074
Nice post-modernism faggot teenager. When will you realize life isn't like the Big Lebowski and loafing around doesn't solve shit?


Prozac/General ADs by Nell Sublingtedging - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 03:01:43 EST ID:YfFC3Utr No.521034 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /qq/, hope you're all doing well.

I'm not sure if I should post this here or in /other/, so, sorry if this is in the wrong place.

I was wondering if anyone here has personal experience with prozac/ADs? I've never talked to a doc about stuff but I feel like if I do he's most likely to just try to give me either prozac or something similar. Did anyone here with experience find they actually helped? I've heard such mixed reports and it seems like such a long time you have to take them before they helped.

Thanks /qq/
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Sidney Sessleledging - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 11:54:55 EST ID:kAEKpfyQ No.521046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521034
They work for some people but not for others. I tried many of them and none of them helped except for a MAOI but that gave me horrible side effects and eventually made me manic which ended up with me in a coma for four days from doing something stupid and impulsive, so in hindsight it wasn't worth it. Daily cardiovascular exercise has been shown to be just as effective as prozac though, and meditation is also effective so try that first if you haven't already because it's free and doesn't have the chance of bad side effects. If that fails, give antidepressants a shot and see if they work for you because no one person's experience applies to you since everyone is different.
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Nell Sublingtedging - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 18:03:13 EST ID:YfFC3Utr No.521056 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thanks everyone, I really appreciate the input.

>>521042
Did it make you impulsive in the way something like alcohol would? How are you feeling now?

>>521043
You're probably right, it's hard to know exactly what affects how you feel as I imagine all those variables play into it. It seems to get progressively harder to do that stuff the worse you feel though, so it kinda feeds back into itself. Maybe I should try increasing nutrition/exercise again and see how I feel. Today hasn't been as bad so far.

>>521046

Thanks for the input, did you eventually find a single one that worked for you long term? I should probably start meditating again but at the moment the thoughts are pretty hard to ignore or be mindful of, so I'm a little hesitant to do much meditation until my head is in a little bit of a better place.

Thanks again everyone, hope you're all doing well.
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Nathaniel Hirringstock - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 20:05:03 EST ID:kAEKpfyQ No.521064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521056
> did you eventually find a single one that worked for you long term?

No, I've given up on trying to have drugs fix my problems for me. I know I need to make some changes in how I conduct myself and how I live my life if I'm ever going to be happy. I was hoping the drugs would make it easier for me to make those changes, but they didn't so I know it's up to me. I've made a plan to change myself. I'm afraid and procrastinating, but I've set myself down the path so it's only a matter of time, it's too late to back out now.
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Alice Cundleway - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 22:45:50 EST ID:bWrFRxMV No.521068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
As an alternative, try 5-htp. It's a supplement you can buy at a vitamin shop and It's the precursor to serotonin so your brain will have everything it needs to make serotonin but it doesn't force a change in your brain chemistry. That and getting more sleep are a must before deciding to take antidepressants, but if you do take antidepressants don't take 5-htp.
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Henry Gettingbanks - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 02:23:07 EST ID:YfFC3Utr No.521072 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521064
It does sound like you're doing a little better/found the strength to keep pushing, which is good. Do you think it was worth taking them if even just to realize they weren't actually the answer?

>>521068
Thanks for this. I have actually tried 5-htp in the past and I found it hard to pinpoint whether it made me feel better or not. If it wasn't so expensive here I might try it again as at the time I was in and out of using PST as well as DXM. Using it now as I'm mostly sober would probably help with knowing clearly.


Another monster in limbo by John Blubblemidge - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 04:34:31 EST ID:hQScIyLB No.521002 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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OK well I'm not OP, but I have a serious issue. I can stop going against the grain and soothe myself, tell everything is gonna be fine and say "hey look, this is available to you and that's a possibility I could quite easily flesh out into reality etc", but If I look at what I really want instead of the mediocre possibilities that I believe are immediately available to me I am torn apart.

So I can simply look away from my dream life and focus on what I have, tell myself that it's step by step, that mediocrity is ok and it's better to avoid pain, but at the end of the day I'd be half empty anyway cause mediocrity leeds to exactly that - more mediocrity (dudeism)... Or I can burn my eyes out looking at what I would really like which I think is hardly possible and maybe even already passed me by. But feeling possibly more real, more myself at some level maybe even more optimistic although at surface I would actually be going to dark places instead of soothing myself and making myself feel better. I mean It's much easier for me to feel deep sadness and depression regarding my dreams in life rather enthusiasm and excitement which I have tried and it brought me some distance but it's like a mile out of 10,000 and I cannot really do it without getting frustrated, because I've tried for so long and barely progressed.

How about that crossroads I got myself into, how do I proceed /qq/? Focus on feeling better and looking for something more immediate to soothe myself, or shine the light on my inadequacies by looking at my dream and grieving. I mean I know feeling better is better, but I also have a feeling that by focusing on my true desires even if negatively (which can be just a phase right now) is actually more likely to help me create that reality rather than avoiding it for the sake of better emotion and yet negativity leads to more negativity, positivity to more positivity... Dunno this is pretty bad I've tried all those options for a while but the negative one led me close to death and I got scurred and ran straight to mommy and soothed myself back to mediocrity and I'm ok now, but soon enough I feel the craving for more again and am faced with my disbelief o…
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Fucking Chungerfoot - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 09:51:43 EST ID:Wb85zBYx No.521013 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521002
For one I would communicate in concrete terms rather than entirely in metaphor. Metaphors work well if people possess any context with which to ground them but otherwise they become vague.

The truth is that what is the right and wrong thing to do often varies with the details.
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Sidney Billingson - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 16:03:19 EST ID:B/1t3ZFg No.521052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521013

I mean most of this quite literally, if you refer the burning eyes one I meant that I can look straight into the problem and thus feel pain, but at the same time it would allow me to get more in touch with the depth that I want to feel in my reality and by depth I mean realness, visceralness, intensity.
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Eliza Tootspear - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 17:59:31 EST ID:h/1sxUpj No.521055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521002
>OK well I'm not OP

B-but you made the original post?
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Nathaniel Hirringstock - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 19:45:38 EST ID:kAEKpfyQ No.521063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Commit motherfucker. Do it faggot.
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Frederick Sonderwill - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 12:57:25 EST ID:Wb85zBYx No.521086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521052
Okay, so if you're planning on walking 10000 miles the key is to set realistic daily goals, if you're fit you can do 30 miles per day if it's by road, don't through fields, not only is that rice/wheat someone's crop but it's harder and it's probably not worth it even if it's a shortcut. Also if things pass you by they won't be in your vision for long most of the time. If you're on a road you should focus on the traffic.

However that will murder your feet so get good shoes. If you got a bike this would be more leisurely though. Make sure you have ways of dealing with punctures and a phone you can use. 10000 miles takes months or years to cover. Also you must be going from one end of a supercontinent to another through several seasons so ensure you have appropriate clothes and probably money to replace your shoes a few times (with stops to do so planned out). Ensure you can converse with the locals on every stop. Also reality is a model in your head and how high above the sea you are doesn't affect it. I wouldn't walk at night, a lot of us find darkness soothing but you can't see what you're doing and may fall over something or down a ditch or something and no one will be around.

If you can't pass a crossroads then you're fucked though. You should have a map and know the destinations along the way so you could read the signs there.


Probably works for your metaphor word salad though too (though it probably doesn't cover all the points I think you might be alluding to)


Nagging nag by Sidney Sessleledging - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 21:57:28 EST ID:kAEKpfyQ No.521031 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>mother nags me about something I was already planning on doing
>instantly feel disinclined to do it

How the fuck do I get through this shit? My mother nags me constantly and every time she does it it pisses me off and makes me not want to do the things I already want to do so I end up not doing them. I need to do the things I want to do man. Someone help me out with this shit.

>inb4 move out

I'm trying to move out in a few days tops, but my mother keeps nagging me about my preparations and it's taking much longer than it should.
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John Worthingville - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 14:43:19 EST ID:eLRQSL1/ No.521050 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just have patience or learn to bite your tongue. Honestly in a couple of years this would seem to be such an insignificant problem that you're just gonna laugh at how angry you were about your mom nagging.

Learn to ignore criticism, you will encounter this through your entire life. It's not only your mom who's got a negative vibe, probably 40% of the people you'll encounter will be like "you're doing it wrong, you stupid!"


I'm being gangstalked by Simon Worthingstone - Thu, 28 Dec 2017 06:58:56 EST ID:17ilvMIB No.520885 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Good morning, how are you?

Well to be a long story short, what happened was, basically my cameras house. My house is filled, every room, with microscopic cameras, and also these cameras are fitted on by body, on my face in particular, so that my face is under constant scrutiny by parasites. These microscopic cameras, fitted on my while I was in a severely drugged state by bastards in an alley, employ a wide angle lens to see me. Anyway they make use of this as weaponised, as by the way, they stare constantly, and these are hateful demons, possessed by a singular purpose to destroy, derail, trying to derail my post as I'm typing, words processing. They follow me around in an attempt to harass, and gaslight me, tricking me at every turn and in a wakened "weakened" understanding state release toxic. Buy really I feel my bones, and I feel them in it, and I must try to resist, but also listen, basically a sacrifice ,that's right, sacrifice, in order to long persist. Other than that. Goodbye
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Hugh Dendlebadge - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 08:25:25 EST ID:4nP2tX/i No.521008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521006

Uhhh...I would do that, but they breathe sickly green disease..
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John Blubblemidge - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 09:11:46 EST ID:hQScIyLB No.521010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>520885
Beautiful OP. All I can add is that your higher self - the world you live "in" only gives you challenges that it knows you are great enough to face, so know that this is what you came here for and there is no way to lose, cause taking up the challenge is a victory already. The process which is happening right now is the whole point of your existence, so stay in the present knowing that and savor it, cause believe it or not, that's what you really want - the exact situation you find yourself in, because the journey is the destination. You don't have to do anything other than know that what is happening is the whole point and it's enough and knowing that you WILL make the best of the present. I salute you for rising up to this challenge you glorious, you.
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Wesley Billingwater - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 11:31:16 EST ID:pzLBhqRz No.521019 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521010

Even if the world I live "in" is actively trying to cut off that connection with the higher self, that which enables me to do things. I feel at time like that scientist must have felt, the one that went on radio warning of the possibility of inventing something bad that would make a bad situation worse, then someone listening to the broadcast somewhere thought, "great idea, let's do it," but the intentions were opposite.

Like I get what you're saying, but like being able to escape an elephant with my hands and legs bound in chains.
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John Blubblemidge - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 13:12:01 EST ID:hQScIyLB No.521021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521019
what i meant is that your higher self IS your environment. It's an aspect of yourself and as yourself helps you get what you want it's just that the higher self sits on a mountain and gives you the right thing but you from the valley have to trust that it's always right, whatever it may be. You can acknowledge something is according to your preferance or not, but if you insist that it must be one way or another you are fighting yourself and that causes resistance. Heroes have challenges, but it doesn't mean they cannot accept them gracefully and have fun along the way as well. What i am saying is trust the way things are because that's the design and the purpose and let you higher self guide you from the mountain top to have the most fun and grace in this journey.
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Caroline Blackfield - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 14:20:58 EST ID:TaHn706/ No.521023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>521021

just like beggar's canyon back home!


Fuck by Henry Pittstone - Thu, 19 Oct 2017 03:38:59 EST ID:KGNn4P0B No.519504 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ill keep it short
>planning on marrying this girl
>girl does shit to me, lies and betrayal
>forgive her, but I am hurt by and need space
>every day she is near me will project her self-hatred and regret for hurting me all over the place
>break up with her
>6 months later make friends with a girl
>start dating
>3 months into the relationship, literally cannot stop thinking about my ex
>I dont know if I want her back, Miss her, I dont know
>just
>cant
>stop
>thinking
>about her
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Slowbroable - Fri, 20 Oct 2017 19:04:05 EST ID:eXnMCmqd No.519538 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519504
You're just being human, you went from engaged, betrayed, single to in a relationship in a year. It's okay and perfectly normal to feel dizzy, I still have moments where I check the IG of a girl that broke my heart couple of times a week, but bam, suddenly that's over and I won't think about her for a year.

The human mind is an unruly monkey, sometimes you just gotta accept that it's a bit apeshit and try your best to get over it.
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Martha Crammerridge - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 18:39:19 EST ID:KGNn4P0B No.519554 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519538
I left my ex because she was suffering. Not because I was unhappy. I loved her so hard, that I wanted her to stop hating herself and forgive herself, and she couldnt do that if she was dating me,

I let her go because I loved her.

Now, I see that my selfless decisionwas good, but I want to be selfish and have her back. So bad. Ive told my gf this. She just wants me happy and to figure out what I want.
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Nell Blackfield - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 07:32:04 EST ID:I6xg+k8D No.521007 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>519504
Look, basically same and uh... fuck that noise man.
I realized the same process of falling in love, the moments that you realize it's them you want to share something with is exactly how you move through the end process.
All I know is I have no idea how you were dating that quickly. i feel like dying if someone even hugs me.
My ex included.
I basically optimized my life for being well fed + watered, shelter and food.
Fuck dating, perfect something other then breeder stats.
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John Blubblemidge - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 09:25:50 EST ID:hQScIyLB No.521011 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>519504
have you considered that your unconditional love (assuming you are capable of that and have forgiven fully) could actually be more healing for your ex than getting away from her? Unconditional love is always healing, but the unconditioned has to include not needing her to change, not even wanting or expecting it, just love her and show you accept her for the sake of who you define yourself to be. She may still victimize herself, but she might as well start picking up your acceptance of her the way she is and start accepting herself.
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Clara Blatherham - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 09:48:41 EST ID:AOtWvoxi No.521012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>521011

I'm with this guy. I've been bouncing between relationships my whole life. Don't know why. At this point I don't want to be with anyone, just worried about what's in my pocket.

Fuck bitches get money.


Help with a schizophrenic friend by Nigel Mullermot - Thu, 28 Dec 2017 12:27:46 EST ID:VlXGR1pf No.520895 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A friend that I've known for years now has recently been sectioned due to a confirmed diagnosis of Schizophrenia and cannabis induced psychosis.

This was the first I had heard from him in about a year. The last time I saw him he was laughing to himself constantly and being incredibly hard to understand.

His mother (who I got in touch with recently) told me that he was not sleeping most days, he'd be smoking weed almost every day and he would talk to himself often.

This has become an issue since he had gone to University. When he went he cut himself off from all of his friends and none of us have any idea what had happened to him since.

He has taken acid 3 (known) times as well as many other drugs since I've know him. I strongly suspect that his diagnosis is drug influenced as he took an awful lot.

The problem I have is that he is refusing help and refusing to accept the diagnosis. This is normal in people with schizophrenia however I have no idea how to guide him out of it.

He plans on going to a rave on new years eve (which I have turned down) and taking acid with another drug-fiend friend of his. I've warned his mum to this and she's spoken to the hospital to try and either talk him out of it or take him back in. For his own sake it needed to be done really.

I also find it incredibly hard to talk to him. You'd have a normal conversation with him and he claims to be happy (which I can believe as schizophrenia is not a depressive disorder) however he will divert the conversation completely sideways and start talking about numbers and equations.
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Frederick Tillingfoot - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 11:55:20 EST ID:Oc0QiVvJ No.520965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>520957
>It was utterly heart-breaking for everyone as so many people were fighting to help him and keep him alive
Oh cry more, idiot. He's free from the bullshit that drove him crazy, of which you were probably a part.
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Oliver Wapperlot - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 12:35:48 EST ID:VlXGR1pf No.520969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>520965
>Of which you were probably part

And you know this how?
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Frederick Tillingfoot - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 12:46:04 EST ID:Oc0QiVvJ No.520970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>520969
His fixation on emotionally manipulating his "friend" in order to achieve his own desired outcome. His rhetoric about how beneficial mainstream psychiatry is.
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Eliza Hecklemutch - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 20:46:50 EST ID:ZMDYtLUz No.520989 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>520969
Anti-psychers are all fucked up in the head. No empathy at all. It's because of prolonged anhedonia: it makes you into an asshole conspiratard obsessed with his own hot air.

Prolonged depression will do this to anyone. Not able to experience pleasure anymore = a lifetime on *chans trying desperately to convince the proles about how sheep they are.
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Shitting Dubblelurk - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 07:02:26 EST ID:VlXGR1pf No.521005 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>520970
You're not making any sense.
>>520989
Neither are you.

You both should probably get yourselves checked out.


Feel like im losing my mind slowly in a cliche way by Eliza Honeyhood - Fri, 29 Dec 2017 14:39:37 EST ID:YIFwAWat No.520932 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I take a shower and i feel more comfortable and less tired from a sleepless night, but at the same time i feel more dirty. Its time to go to work and a bunch of ravens are chilling outside my door. Now im sure i have cancer and will die soon. Im going to buy cigarettes on my way to work, i feel uncomfortable because there are children in the shop and i dont feel like someone that should be around kids. The store lady is nice but this shop is strange, they are only nice until the transaction is finished, after that you couldn't leave a second too soon. I feel bad about this but then some old lady opens the door for me. I feel nice, i take a break from walking because i dont want to show up early and so i check the news. Apparently a serial killer is most likely at it again and the cops say they have never
seen such brutality against a family of two women and two kids. I continue my way but feel as though i gave the guy behind me the impression that i was trying to escape him. At work nobody had showed up so i just sit there in a dark corner until i go looking for them. I meet someone for a second and for a good 40 minutes im wondering if it was my former boss or not. I take a elevator and wow, why do i look so fucking good? Holly shit. I think im getting some serious feelings for my coworker, she is so nice and hot. I go home and wow what is this, thoughts of violence that wear me down and make me feel sick, but even though im probably going to die soon, it doesn't matter ill just get reincarnated. Im sure of it. But im a little bit afraid of hell.
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Caroline Blatherspear - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 23:23:04 EST ID:YIFwAWat No.520998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>520997

Fucking gold man, im gonna pirate that movie right now. Thanks a lot, im going to remember the shit out of that. Im just going to put it all behind me, these two days never happened it was a fluke.
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Fucking Gollerbug - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 00:06:56 EST ID:cG0vV5OZ No.520999 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>520998
Mel Brooks is a master.

It's just the weather, man. We're all feelin' it. You're not a monster. Just a good soldier. :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qd1-pkdi5BI
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Fucking Gollerbug - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 01:22:40 EST ID:cG0vV5OZ No.521000 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>i have cancer and will die soon.
>im a little bit afraid of hell.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDWvmkWB3tU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ffEcLmvEZY
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Fucking Gollerbug - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 03:23:01 EST ID:cG0vV5OZ No.521001 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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GET REINCARNATED.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XP1enJFUv4
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Fucking Gollerbug - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 05:48:24 EST ID:cG0vV5OZ No.521004 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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help by Doris Nendleway - Thu, 28 Dec 2017 19:48:25 EST ID:oOQyCzbT No.520908 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>My roommate
>23
>thinks hes gonna be a senator one day off of pol sci bachelors with no money
>Twitter sadboy
>tweets about killing himself
>being suicidal is a pretentious fashion to him
>extremely entitled
>Makes me shovel when I have pnemonia and bronchitis and cant go to work because he had a sad emo day at work and got a busy 5 customers at once at his fast food job


>Other friend
>25
>gets fucked in ass by wife
>thinks everything relates to film noire and film theory
>Thinks star wars and bladerunner are the pinnacle of society
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Molly Blundlehood - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 13:59:47 EST ID:hQScIyLB No.520973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>520908
reflection yada yada
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Cornelius Femmerville - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 15:50:19 EST ID:Ed3TCSse No.520977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>520936
Man, at the end of 40 hours of hard fucking labor you're lucky if you can fucking think straight. That whole trope is fucking bullshit.
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Polly Dibberworth - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 18:13:29 EST ID:2cRqUGEL No.520983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>520977
yeah this. I'll chime in again.

My pizza delivery job...unsurprisingly it sucked. I would be working shitty hours, I could finish at 5am, often finishing at about 2am, and I would literally not ever get a break. It was Domino's, so it wasn't like some dodgy dealing going on. I checked in all the other local stores and literally nowhere in the area gave breaks to people due to some bullshit they get around.

That job was so physically and mentally demanding it was unbelievable. idk if anyone has ever driven for 8+ hours at once, but to keep concentration for that long is exhausting. That and getting in and out of the car 40x a night ruined my back to the point where I've been in constant pain for about 2 years (and left the job just under a year ago).

It was a 0 hour contract, so some months I'd be doing a 60 hour week, others 25 (yet I'd still be working 6 days a week no matter what) so my pay was completely all over the place. The rota would be put up on the Sunday, literally one day in advance, meaning I could never plan for anything. Could never budget for anything.

At the end of the day I would be so tired. I was in the cycle of work>sleep>work and because I started late in the day most days, On the days off I did have, I'd be waking up at 2-3pm because my sleep cycle was fucked and that was my usual waking time. At that time of day, you can barely sort anything out. every phone line is swamped, it's literally impossible to get a GP appointment because you have to ring mornings, and before you've even got out of bed you feel like the entire day is wasted. I'd also wake up perpetually exhausted because of the work you did and because of that I'd feel so unmotivated for doing anything.

That job had no forward progression. Because of tips, drivers would sometimes get more than the assistant managers anyway. Sideways in regards to other driving jobs, but I was born the year after the UK changed the law meaning I could only drive short-wheel based vans and smaller without an extra license (which will cost your own money and time which I had none of). Any job that uses your own vehicle will almost definitely be minimum wage and most …
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Albert Brucklekere - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 18:34:58 EST ID:pEnCA1MP No.520986 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>520977
>40 hours
If you actually worked a job involving labor you would think of that as a short week.
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Fucking Chungerfoot - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 19:50:39 EST ID:Wb85zBYx No.520987 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>520983
There's a difference between grunt work and slavery.

Those jobs are a trap. In short I don't know why anyone would do them, but not everyone thinks like me. In short though jobs like that are traps. They are not going to give you skills that even help you do a job that leads somewhere and they don't leave enough energy or stability to improve yourself. As a rule of thumb though "self employed" but not really and "zero hours" are huge flashing red flags with sirens attached and police cordons with dozens of armed police yelling "don't cross this line or I will shoot you because that's better than what happens if you cross this line". I mean maybe they aren't but they always looked like it to me and I don't know a lot of people who've said otherwise. Don't join a temp agency unless they can offer really long term/indefinite placements. Those are the ones where eventually you might apply for the job you're filling, but allow you enough time to shop around.

What is good grunt work then? Call centres. I've never known anyone fail to get a job at one. They come with bullshit but some will give you chances to push your limits and they're all better than this shit. They're a good place to get the experience you need for an actual entry level job (and to be good at it, if you actually want to go beyond it you need to be good enough to own that job to the point your managers are trying to get you promoted). I've known people start in retail and other customer service but a lot of that is zero hours so you have to be careful. Bank teller work isn't too bad either, it's cash handling so it's a high degree of responsibility and that always looks good.

Apprentice schemes are hit and miss. Sometimes it's just a way to pay someone less to do a job you'd pay someone else full wages for, others are actually good. I know one or two people where I work whose lives were turned around by those opportunities but you can also end up being a 6 month "apprentice" for a job that takes 2 weeks to get up to speed on.


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