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Worried about dying alone by Basil Snoddock - Wed, 28 Nov 2018 19:56:53 EST ID:B99/pwf5 No.527927 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm 27 and haven't dated in years. My last serious relationship ended with my at the time girlfriend cheating on me and then we broke up. It's been so long since I've been in a relationship that I feel like I'll probably never date again at this point. I'm at the age where people are settling down and I feel like I'm just too depressed and awkward for anyone. Should I just give up?
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Cornelius Duckshaw - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 00:44:39 EST ID:prE2PuUX No.527979 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527927
If you're a man, then as long as you aren't totally broke or anything then you're capable of dating well into your late 40s and 50s, and typically with somewhat younger women. If you're a woman, then I wouldn't give up until you're about 35, in which case you're basically fucked unless you're cool with getting with somebody possibly up to 10 years older than you. This is how the dating market works. Women are in high demand when they're young, men are in higher demand the older and more stable they get (up until early 50s, then it pretty much flattens off for both sexes). Gonna assume you're a dude.

So yeah, don't stress on it too much, just work on actually improving yourself as a person and becoming more interesting and educated and shit, that way you both increase your confidence and have developed yourself enough to be worth being with (even if that just means building a stable life for yourself financially and emotionally). Starting dating again might be awkward, but it shouldn't be awkward because it's being done out of desperation. Make yourself into something/become someone so that you don't have to date because you're desperate, but because you're interested in being in a relationship with somebody again.

The reason that the reason you date is important is because it's going to determine what your priorities and worries are while dating or starting off being with someone. Date because you're desperate, and you'll be overly concerned with your own self-worth, her opinions of you, your self-image, your inadequacies, and your accomplishments (or lack thereof). Go into dating because you want to be with somebody and fall in love and whatnot, and instead of focusing on and constantly worrying about yourself and your inadequacies, you will focus on her and the relationship instead (which is what a girl is going to want anyway, she's got her own self-image problems and insecurities to deal with, so the more you can soothe and allay her anxieties and build her up rather than focus on your own problems, the more successful you'll be by default).

Look at it this way: when is doing something after you'…
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Albert Hillywet - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 20:28:26 EST ID:U99A5Mm4 No.527986 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah I have a wife and an 8 year old step daughter. Regular irregular sex is nice and connection is indeed fine, but it's a constant thing you need to work at and there will be plenty of arguments even if you dont argue for the first 2 years like my wife and I did. But that's because we didn't have to be adults and confront our actual problems.
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Albert Hillywet - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 20:30:34 EST ID:U99A5Mm4 No.527987 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah im 30 and I have a wife and an 8 year old step daughter. Regular irregular sex is nice and connection is indeed fine, but it's a constant thing you need to work at and there will be plenty of arguments even if you dont argue for the first 2 years like my wife and I did. But that's because we didn't have to be adults and confront our actual problems.

As for kids, they really are feral beasts that you have to ride constantly so that they dont become assholes, because they will be spoilt little YouTube monsters if you only love them holy fuckballs.

So yeah I miss being a 22 year old virgin dude living with my parents. Grass is always greener etc.
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Caroline Blibblewell - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 17:18:27 EST ID:jnas4L6T No.528031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>527987

>married
>raising the spawn of another man
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Caroline Sicklefoot - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 13:33:01 EST ID:JCATCBbz No.528046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>528031
Grow up, nigga.


How to live in a way that maximizes purpose and meaning, while minimizing effort? by Martin Hiblingshit - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 03:20:31 EST ID:b2U4Jslk No.528036 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I used to think that simply following the right impulses was good enough, that they'd take me where I want to go, and that all of the preparation that other people put into life was unnecessary or somehow incompatible with the way I think. But now, after realizing how far behind I've fallen in areas that are meaningful to me, I've developed a huge inferiority complex that prevents me from enjoying the fact that I am myself and from following the inner voice that I relied on to carry me in lieu of studying and absorbing external advice/ideas, things that I'm really terrible at doing because it not only hurts my pride, but because I've never had to before.

I don't want to go back to "life back then" where improvement meant pushing against impulse rather than using it, and adhering to routine and discipline, it's so dreary. But I need to find some other means of self-improvement.

This is more of a rant than anything, I think.
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Jenny Tillingford - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 04:53:06 EST ID:z+6dyIpY No.528037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
First off tooi need to get over that asap and start building the life you want. Attention/ awareness/ intention the first step

Discipline is freedom. So is balance. Check both and all.
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Phoebe Bablingfoot - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 07:39:49 EST ID:HK/2j0ZR No.528038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Spontaneity then. If you dont want discipline then be spontaneous to the max. Not like get fucked up every day but go do something new every day.
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Lydia Cenninglock - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 08:23:34 EST ID:KMumg8xL No.528039 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In my eyes, self improvement is a demonstration of love to yourself, you are feeling uncomfortable with your current situation because you know you can be better, so the great you inside of the mediocre you is causing to to feel bad, this is not a bad thing. Honestly, you gotta want to be better to improve so it seems like you've got the most important part already. I recommend you stay sober and look for satisfaction in the push you need to give to become great rather than continuing what you've been doing, it seems that what you've been doing hasn't been working
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Matilda Blittingman - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 12:49:42 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.528044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pick a destination, any destination and begin heading towards it.

You have no idea what obstacles are ahead and as you get closer, you may find that you don't want to head there anymore but in some new direction.

Just take it step by step and find your own feet in the world. It takes time and consistency. Be dedicated to the cause, but allow yourself flexibility in the execution.

Staying on track sometimes looks a lot like getting lost.


Need help. by Matilda Grimdock - Wed, 19 Sep 2018 12:37:22 EST ID:GwBd4HmX No.526713 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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TLR Found out my wife was fantasizing about another man, didn't confront her about it but decided to take revenge instead and ended up assaulting her.

I've been in my car parked near some woods for the past 5 hours trying to type out this message so I can get some clarity on the situation and make sense of what I've done.

We met each other 4 years ago. We moved in together just over 2 years ago and got married not long after. The first couple of months of living together were fantastic. It was the first time we were free to do whatever we wanted and our love really blossomed during this period. We had sex nearly every day and if we skipped a day we made up for it the day after. But after about half a year of living together (and just after our marriage) we experienced a bit of a dip, possibly due to the stress surrounding the wedding day (our families aren't the easiest people to deal with). The spark that had been there those first months seemed to have faded away. We stopped having sex and the only real passionate moments we had came in the form of heated debates over trivial things like cleaning the house or who ate the last banana. At this point, we decided to make living together as easy as possible. After all, it was the first time either of us had lived without our parents and we both agreed we had probably underestimated the stress of running a household. We divided all the tasks, made schedules, attached helpful post-it notes everywhere, etc. And it seemed to work, tension levels went down and we started having fun again. Sadly, the sex didn't return and not long after (this would've been about a year after we got married) she confessed that she'd had sex with a colleague of hers.

Obviously, I was devastated. I couldn't even look at her at first. I spent a week back at my parents' house and hardly slept a minute. I finally went agreed with her to come back home and to talk about it. She explained to me that she'd been under a lot more stress at work (she works long shifts at a call center) because they had changed their target system and that she felt alienated by my family and that she had been neglecting …
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Jarvis Blatherworth - Thu, 22 Nov 2018 20:19:39 EST ID:YRdv82+4 No.527849 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527847
I have a bad feeling about this Ray character
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Hannah Snodstock - Thu, 22 Nov 2018 22:49:25 EST ID:U99A5Mm4 No.527850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So this is all bullshit then. Thanks for wasting people's time with your fiction.
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Ernest Gillyway - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 00:38:30 EST ID:XBalq9I2 No.527852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hilarious but probably belongs on /b/
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Augustus Purrydag - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 21:12:32 EST ID:WFmuvWxN No.527880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>527849
At least with THIS Ray, it doesn't take rocket appliances to know something's fucky
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Lydia Cenninglock - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 12:21:01 EST ID:KMumg8xL No.528042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This thread is gold, please tell us what happened with Ray!


Moving in together when you're an autistic stoner by James Gashville - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 15:51:04 EST ID:GJasrO7w No.528006 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My lady wants to move in together with me so bad that we've been discussing the same issue every month for a year now.

I don't, because:
  • Majority of my freetime goes into recovering from stress caused by social interaction at work
  • I've only lived alone for 5 years so I'm not at all bored of it it
  • Cannabis is my uncompromisable room mate and while she isn't worried about my moderate usage (vaping on weekends), she would 100% surely pressure me into quitting, because she suffers from paranoia and nightmares, so she'd get nightmares about cops
  • All of my similar friends' similarly great relationships ended because they moved in together

Any tips on how to keep things as they are for 5 years? Any stories to share about autistic stoners that moved in with a paranoid authoritarian partner?
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Shitting Shakebanks - Thu, 06 Dec 2018 14:19:08 EST ID:oGhTgflo No.528016 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>528006
At some point you'll lose your reliable connect and weed will abandon you. Everyone knows love interests can do that but drugs do too. I mean I'm at the point in life where I could score weed but the amount of time and effort and sketch I'd have to be exposed to get it now is bigger than ever as is the actual loss should this (admittedly still minimal) risk bear ill fruit. At some point this may be you. Especially if you get a job worth keeping.

You'll see it from time to time but it'll have moved on. 2 years with someone you see several times a week especially if you already knew them well is the point where most people thinking about moving in with someone. Assuming they were 2 years as adults. If you spent a large chunk at distance, or see eachother once a fortnight or whatever then you should probably work on those and see how that works first but if not it's not unreasonable to want to test the waters of cohabiting while the stakes are lower. Not like MOVE IN NOW but it's something to start thinking about. If that fails your relationship was always doomed. If you could never live together then you're just dragging it out in a doomed relationship when you both could find someone else.

That said if legalisation or decriminalisation is lurking around the corner then postponing may be worth it. And you'll get to keep smoking but either it's legal or your supply will not be reliable forever.
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Alice Gummlewill - Fri, 07 Dec 2018 04:49:49 EST ID:dlP99jBc No.528024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sounds like you two aren't compatible for living
i'd honestly just tell her the truth but that might come off autistic
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Caroline Blibblewell - Fri, 07 Dec 2018 19:39:20 EST ID:jnas4L6T No.528027 Ignore Report Quick Reply
let me give you one suggestion OP based on my own mistakes and experiences:

Unless you are 100% willing to go all-out at trying to have a permanent life-long relationship, I very strongly urge you to NEVER sign a lease together or buy a property together. Only have your name on the place you live. If you want to arrange some deal where she moves in and pays you cash, that's one thing, but if you put your literal security of having a home at risk with a possibly volatile relationship it will be truly a Hell with unspeakable stresses.
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Henry Pubblegold - Fri, 07 Dec 2018 20:40:12 EST ID:HK/2j0ZR No.528028 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I adjusted after a while. If you want to be in a long term relationship with this woman you're going to have to do it. One hundred percent. You can always get a new apartment.
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Lillian Gunnercocke - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 17:45:21 EST ID:BAeXXWsh No.528032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't do it


End of Semester Vent thread. by James Sunningbere - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 21:31:51 EST ID:Y9n2+yNL No.527989 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Taking 4 classes. I was on track to have a 3.5+ GPA this semester in collage but screwed around getting high this past month instead of studying and now I might fail one class. The positive is I still have a B+ average in the other classes but its painful knowing I might have to retake this class, wasted my time, and have only myself to blame.
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William Wummleway - Tue, 04 Dec 2018 03:39:18 EST ID:/XvieVYl No.527992 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527989
Lol you college kids are a fucking meme. It's ridiculous you take yourself seriously.
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Albert Meshshaw - Tue, 04 Dec 2018 17:39:16 EST ID:+Tof+qQ/ No.527997 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't worry about it m8. I failed like the maximum amount of classes I was allowed to fail and still graduated with a 2.9 GPA in CS. Fuck it. Nobody even checks my transcripts lol. I have an interview for a 60k/year engineering gig and I'm working at a web hosting company right now.

Don't get lazy / fucked like I did because it was a pretty close call that I even graduated but don't let one failed class get to you. I ended up having to get into the mindset of "If I can't graduate, it's all been for nothing, so I'm going to take as much adderall as I need to, I'm going to keep going until they kick me out, and I'm gonna fuckin graduate if at all possible". Worked out.
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Betsy Beddledale - Tue, 04 Dec 2018 19:13:24 EST ID:UIEZ/mgw No.527998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527989

>collage
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Ernest Focklewill - Thu, 06 Dec 2018 12:32:29 EST ID:huj7hNcx No.528012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Fuck collage man they suck.


2018: Our year, Final Round edition by Walter Chullywell - Tue, 04 Dec 2018 04:13:11 EST ID:OCIgbUsn No.527993 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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State your age and personal first time experiences this year.
>be 21

January: Went on my first road-trip abroad with friends. Ended up on a casino and a strip club.

February:First contact with benzos(flunitrazepam), first time hooking up with a girl while high and first time hanging out with people I actually had things in common. First contact with opioids (subotex)

March: First major house party I've been in. Shit was rad, yo.

April: First time being with a girl I actually "loved". First contact(and near overdose alcohol combo) with xanax. First time having a major depersonalization episode from weed. First time I was a girl's first kiss.

May: First contact with deliriants(2400mg DMH). Naturally it ended up with me in the hospital tripping my brains out.

June: First psychotic episode. First contact with MDMA (underdose) and with LSA (normal dose). First time hooking up with an ex.
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Archie Clonnerban - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 04:34:35 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527999 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527993

Hmmm

First tattoo, first painting, first time making clothes by hand, first time dating a chick from another country long distance, first time putting a fist inside a chick, first time being with a chick who had a kid, first time being with a girl so tight I could barely fit one finger in, first time anal, first time analling, first time getting a job in years. Forst time dumping a girl because she just wasn’t entertaining. First time using a thermal flask for tea and coffee. First time going to the gym for 5 days a week for 8 weeks in years. First time owning an LED colour changing lamp. First time embroidering clothes by hand. First time in years I’ve felt stable in years bcuz gf, job, working on my art and staying sober more.

Soz to hear about your psychosis. Been there twice, lay off the drugs dude, I guess at 21 it’s a different story but it’s obviously contributing to your rise and fall. The rollercoaster feels great till you get off and realise how chaotic everything was.
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Betsy Trotwell - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 06:14:41 EST ID:U99A5Mm4 No.528000 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm not sure about DMH but if it was DPH, 2400mg is brain damage/ definite trip to the hospital. Were you committing suicide or what? Psychosis is par for the course after that man.

It's pure self destruction. Dont open the door man. There are demons on the other side and you don't always fucking die. The worst punishment is living with horrible beasts wriggling in the darkness at the end of your bed for the rest of your life and Gods meddling with everything. Shapeshifters taking the form of your loved ones. Ghosts responsible for every innocuous random sound. For the rest of your life while you dont have a job or anything because you're toasted. Living hell with no personal meaning. Jesus christ chop your dick off dont give yourself schizophrenia.

Fuck man dont mess around with that shit.
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Rebecca Wenkinnan - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 06:24:19 EST ID:LQaVa7NA No.528001 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527993
>28
This year is the first year I'm halfway succesful with battling depression, might even meet some old friends for christmas if I don't chicken out as usual. Soon they won't be asking for me anymore I guess.
Told my parents about my depression and that made things both better and worse, but at least I don't feel as judged anymore.
Also chatting online with a girl from tinder for the first time, the stomach cramps and almost throwing up from anxiety make me want to quit and stay alone but I need to get social if I want to stay alive..first time I'm acting on that aswell, she's coming over on saturday. wish me luck on the first date of my life.

Also ate fish for the first time in ~8 years, due to being vegetarian and then vegan, and it was fking great!
Thats about it I guess
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Alice Brurryfene - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 14:25:48 EST ID:H3AJo+6a No.528005 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've haven't been at an office job for more than a year, and I already feel like a husk of a man with no time or money for myself. It's hard to make friends, and it's not even my coworkers' fault because they're as nice as can be and have openly make conversation with me. They're all at least 15 years older than me, with kids and I'm just some awkward ass dummy with social issues. That, and I constantly feel like my head is on a chopping block even though I'd only get fired from a massive fuck up or being laid off, and I somehow kept my position after the company merger, but that doesn't stop my retarded brain.

I'm getting paid twice on Friday and I'm convinced that it's because I'm going to be laid off, even though that's not even how it fucking works. The gut punching anxiety just will not fucking go away even when I know that I'm being a big fucking baby.

And I keep on waking up at 4am this year, which has fucked up my sleeping patterns for months now. Fuck you, Sandman. Do your job!
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Thomas Sottinghood - Thu, 06 Dec 2018 02:12:18 EST ID:XYWgvHmr No.528011 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527994
Couldn't have said it better myself

>>527995
Yeah.

>>527999
There are a few drugs left on my bucket-tist. After that I am done(exceept for weed of course)

>>528000
2400mg DMH is theoretically the same as 1200mg DPH. Activated charcoal saved my ass.


sad m8s by Betsy Dullertut - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 13:07:45 EST ID:02qByZOr No.527976 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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alot of peoplei know have mental health problems or are just sad
but i don't Really get it
my life have always been chill so i don't know how to talk to them about it
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Jarvis Gombleman - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 13:45:07 EST ID:rG33jDId No.527977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527976

I guess there are two types of support.

Helping with the problems, relating to the experiences, being able to offer outside perspective that helps. This is real grunt work and not recommended if you don’t have any skin in the game yourself, I’ve found that a lot of this is done through reflecting on your own experiences and relating it back to theirs. Without that, it’s all just speculation/made up.

The other form of help is to just be there man. Get their asses outside, take them places, do things and help just provide a space for them to breathe a little easier and take things a little slower.

I suppose the third option is to really study these things and bring something palatable back to the table with you. Understand where these sort of problems come from, how they evolve and can leave people stuck in a loop that just gets worse.
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Cornelius Duckshaw - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 00:54:31 EST ID:prE2PuUX No.527980 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527977
What this nigga said. Sometimes having you be a constant source of normalcy and chillness is what probably let's them keep a level head. You can still talk to them though. You don't have to relate to somebody's personal experience to talk about it with them, right? All that this changes is that instead of being the kind of person who should offer them advice (unless they specifically ask you for it, because sometimes an outside perspective is useful anyway) or try and help them fix their problems (or at least their bigger problems), you should be the kind of person that simply listens to what they have to say about their situation and how they feel about it (without commenting about what they should do or how they should go about fixing it).

I mean, let's say someone needs to talk to you about being beaten as a kid or having to kill someone or something. You don't need to have experienced either to let them open up... which if nothing else, provides them with an opportunity to actually even respond to and provide solutions for their own problems in ways they never would have simply because they had never been able to talk about it out loud with anybody they trusted before. Literally all it could take is being present, and they could arrive at their own conclusions or come up with their own solutions. You see that kind of thing in movies and books and shit right? They wind up being written in because they're relatable experiences patterned after real ones.
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Martin Goffingwater - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 20:03:31 EST ID:rGErzU24 No.527985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527976
I've noticed lately that there are a lot of mental habbits that can contribute to mental health.. I found myself often times thinking negative things or having negative expectations but I've been correcting them lately, or at least trying to. I asked myself earlier, "Why can't I feel happy tonight and have a good time?" And I actually decided it was very possible and it totally changed my outlook.

Just wanted to point this stuff out.. beware of it - look out for it. We can control a lot more than we think. I was depressed for years and couldn't see being that way ever again. Looking back it was habits I built up to cope with circumstances. I didn't have to deal with things the way that I did but after a while I didn't really have a choice, partially because they were ingrained habits and the other part was just being young and stupid I guess; not able to realize that I could control it.

Good luck everyone.


Unacceptable things by Phoebe Pipperstock - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 14:18:32 EST ID:DGXx8e01 No.527886 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Be Me
>Move to small town and search for a job, choosing dollar general as my first prospect
>Manager ends up denying me, someone was more qualified
>Hiring signs never go down
>Funnel more money into DG than any other store in town as it's where I buy my usually daily cigarettes
>Have yet to cause any trouble with any business or person in town whatsoever, and havent met many people yet, so I frequently wonder what people think of me
>Walk in for some and a gatorade and look over my flavor choices
>Overhear manager tell customer "I like to keep my eye on anon"...don't catch the last part
>Come to register and customer gives me a look that confirms I heard what I thought
>Manager briskly breaks ice, suggesting the customer should take me with her on her ongoing job
>"Actually, I finish the paperwork for my new job tomorrow"
>Zing
>Leave, and never return to give her business another cent, all the while hopefully haunting her walking back from my comparable new place of employment while halting their business

Will gladly trade a 50-75 cent price increase for my dignity and repuation. I get it if you want to monitor me for whatever weird reason you have against me (I do think there's something off with her, if only for the fact this is one of the first non gender centric establishments I have ever seen to employ exclusively females)...but to inform the public you are doing so? To possibly pass on your baseless judgements and make people doubt my honor? Absolutely unacceptable. I mean the whole situation almost seems like something worth losing her job over when you really consider the implications here, does it not? No I won't seek any vengeance like that. But hopefully in time she will see the error of her ways and regret her character assessments.
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Priscilla Hoddlewill - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 09:54:01 EST ID:dlP99jBc No.527908 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527888
seriously wow
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Nathaniel Bluddlefield - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 16:36:57 EST ID:3A/9rSkO No.527911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527900
Stores keep an eye on people they think will be shoplifters. OP is dollars to donuts a massive autist.
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Eugene Bressleway - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 10:42:54 EST ID:/DCiE/A2 No.527940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
DG fag here: They always keep the Now Hiring! sign up. It's a corporate decision. I hate it too. And my life.
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Frederick Worthingshit - Fri, 30 Nov 2018 10:36:32 EST ID:ehhnNOgT No.527949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527886
So someone tried to offer you work and you got bootyblasted and huffed out of there lying about having a job when in fact you're unemployed? Holy shit dude, you think that is what makes people respect you? You think that gives you dignity? It makes you look like a fucking lazy ass jolly african-american who doesn't want to work and would rather be a bum but makes excuses to people. You don't even know what they said you're literally just flipping out because of your own insecurities and now you're plotting revenge. This is literally toddler shit. Like most people age out of this behavior after they're 3 years old and can interact with people respectfully.
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Lydia Braggleford - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 12:03:50 EST ID:ux+4Rp+2 No.527975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527897

Not even. I was in a dollar general once and decided I might as well grab a bottle while I was there. Fucking no. They only had 2-3 kinds and each one was a guaifenesin-riddled nightmare with other added active ingredients on top of it.


random coincidences ? by Archie Blackdale - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 15:29:59 EST ID:8IeaXJRK No.527887 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Lately in life i have encountered alot of random coincidences.
Here are some examples.
A girl i know randomly came to her door when i had just entered the garden because she felt like i was about to be there (she had no idea when i would arrive)
Another girl a week later chated to facebook that why i dint invite her out for a smoke ? And i asked how she saw me near her house. And she was stunned because she didnt know i was there. Her curtains were in fackt rolled down so she couldnt see me.
I was sitting with my frend and out of nowhere started to talk about a snickers cake. Its an completely random topic. A moment later lisa in simpsons said snickers cake...
And these examples go on and on.
I know the sober mind explination is that is is purely random but what are the odds ? As a person who has tripped quite many times on LSD starts to think about these things. No point to go to deep tough. Might think yourself crazy hehe.
What are your toughs on ''random'' eventns ?
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Cedric Trotforth - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 17:31:36 EST ID:4572K/3d No.527966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A couple weird coincidences... like some woah man highdea bs

This barely qualifies man. Just wait for some real shit and you won't need to make a thread because itll be too uncanny to even question so you won't even want to think about it. You'll be nope nope nope must stay sane.
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Nell Grimridge - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 10:53:37 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>527962

My special story was something along the lines of, by virtue of my spiritual attainment through spiritual practices I have began experiencing events which are evidence of the universe having an innate spiritual and conscious existence (god). I have a particularly special energy which reverberates through the ripples of time and positively changes and influences the lives of those who come in contact with me. Because of my specialness, any of my endeavors are going to lead to success and the universe will act as a behind-the-scenes guiding hand to ensure that, since I am essentially a spiritually supreme being.

Every interaction has meaning, every stimuli is of significance - number plates on cars giving "signs", out of context radio shows telling me "things", music appearing at "synchronicity" appropriate times to encourage/discourage me are the lower tier things. Whilst the bigger leagues involved things like women wanting to marry me or brands wanting to work with me for my design work. It's a fairly toxic mix of neurotic thinking, conspiratorial style plots and grandiose ego.

I went down a rabbit hole. You go deep enough and your life is random chaos. I was like a dog chasing cars. My life was a bombardment of stimuli, I was easily spooked and easily encouraged. I was constantly interpreting my life through the lens of hot/cold style reactions. Small things become big, big things become small. I was aimless, I had thrown myself at the universe expecting it to look after me, like that trust exercise where you fall backwards and the other person has to catch you.

There was a point where I believed that I was essentially invincible. My violence would be more violent, the police would not catch me for my graffiti, any woman I matched with on Tinder was going to work out, I went on a lot of very strange side missions with NPCs in my life and began living a life of impulsive high stakes gambling except it wasn't in a casino and it wasn't for cash. I did pretty random shit man, like going to Amsterdam with chicks I just met or stopping and talking to the bible guys on the street for half an hour "just cause". Youtube videos became a form of spiritual influence, random memes on here took on spooky, almost prophetic qualities. It kinda destroyed me after a while. I believed I was particularly spiritual and particularly great etc. My personality stayed good, if anything, I feel that because I believed in a kind of karma/reward system it encouraged me to become a really genuine, caring person etc but my understanding of the motivations behind why were misplaced.

What really fucked it up was meeting other people who held these same worldviews regarding the nature of the universe and spirituality. Infact I had turned my back on it for a few years and then met a much older man, who was giving me money to work for him and gave me books etc. He really hooked me up and got me back on this journey so to speak. Same for random encounters in other countries, meeting people at bars where they spark up a conversation and before we know it, we are in deep with the heavy stuff and it was really affirming. This was essentially a few years of my life.

I'm not sure where I am at now. Truthfully, a lot of these styles of thinking still occur as a reflex but I do my best to dismantle the narratives. I still do find some comfort in these coincidences, but It's also destroyed my mind, twice. I've been sectioned for psychosis and probably have Bi Polar Type 2 etc and these sort of worldviews are just really a bit dangerous for someone with a disposition to mood imbalances and schizoid/manic style thinking and behaviour.

I think now, I just take a lot of comfort in really narrowing my horizons. Sometimes I have to remind myself that outside of the present moment, nothing really exists. These stories about other people and how they feel about me or blabla, they aren't real. I think it's useful to have the kind of belief that things are alright and things will work out, but conversely it can be very bad to have these kind of delusions about life. When your girlfriend leaves and you don't really process it because "things are things and what's next" or whatever, it's not healthy, you aren't really here. I think it's kept me away from suicide but also totally set my life on fire multiple times. I work on my art, I stay sober more, I don't do the harder drugs now.
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Nell Grimridge - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 10:55:49 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527969

It's paradoxical because I still believe a lot of this stuff. I guess I just to calm down the stories in my head, because they are not real. But life does have meaning and our actions/experiences aren't devoid of value and should be respected.
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Lydia Braggleford - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 11:02:44 EST ID:ux+4Rp+2 No.527971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>527970

I'm a non-spiritual person with a belief in empiricism, but I've had enough stramge coincidences occur to me that it almost feels like I'm being toyed with. I've gone deep, deep down the rabbit hole. I don't know what I believe.

Now the thing which ultimately kept me away from suicide was a realization that death would not be an escape from torment.

I don't know why I made this post, but I felt like contributing because you had some interesting things to say. I'm going to cut it short here because I don't want to ramble.
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George Boshnatch - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 11:41:34 EST ID:Pwq0Fy/H No.527974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527971
>Now the thing which ultimately kept me away from suicide was a realization that death would not be an escape from torment.

Real shit


Wtf right now by Ernest Finkinstone - Tue, 20 Nov 2018 12:59:53 EST ID:Lj9UWlSA No.527797 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://boards.420chan.org/qq/res/527755.php#i527755

Hello it's me from the thread listed above. So. Yeah the Puerto Rican girl messages me and tells me she cant yall to me anymore despite her claiming shed be there for me with my Mom in the ICU and she's basically my only friend. I feel so lonely and heart broken. Yeah, I just moved back in w my Dad but I don't have any friends( I used to have tons). Should I throw my ex under the bus by telling her current bf that me and her have been fucking on the side. At the cost of never having sex with her again? I just want to eliminate all this hate and anger I have in my heart. I'm single now. What the fuck do I do now? I'm so sad, angry, I feel so abandoned.
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Jenny Duckwater - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 16:44:52 EST ID:OuQCp+w8 No.527914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>527913

Lol my bad that is actually a picture of myself. THIS IS HIM.

Fucking reversed them lol.

This bald old ass mother fucker. What does he have that she fucking left me for? I put a roof over her fucking head.
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Cyril Drirrystirk - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 16:47:35 EST ID:U99A5Mm4 No.527915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527913
Come on man. Look at it from the outside. Shes clearly batshit and you're clearly lucky to have gotten rid of her. Delete her from your life. Remove her from social media and ask her family members never to contact her again.
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Cyril Drirrystirk - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 16:48:50 EST ID:U99A5Mm4 No.527916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527915
*you again
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Beatrice Chackledale - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 18:37:18 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527920 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527914

I've been on 420chan for around 8 years now. This is the first time I've seen an OP post the new guy and themselves.

Don't break the 4th wall mate. Don't cross this line. We are here as an anonymous messaging board and I feel like you have done something in incredibly poor taste.

Yes, the odds of this post ever coming back to the lives of anyone involved are like dice rolls on top of dice rolls whilst simultaneously accurately guessing playing cards.

But that does not undermine the principle.

Don't do this shit. Go spend some time offline, speak to a therapist or someone emotionally intelligent. Get some perspective, get a sense of timeframe, do anything that helps put distance between you and her, rather than neurotically/desperately (is there a difference?) typing away online in the hopes the advice of random people, who do not care, will heal you.

Maybe watch some jordan peterson, russell brand, tim robbins, what the fuck ever. Just do the things that help ignite that spark which lets you begin to undertake the healing process. Rather than smacking your head off concrete in the hopes it makes the pain go away.
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David Blythefoot - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 20:44:02 EST ID:1BGp4HgQ No.527921 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527914

Move on dude, let her be happy with her bald guy. And let yourself be happy. You are young, find one that matters and that will lookout for you as well.
I know is hard right now, because you are so caught up in it. I was there once, with this guy that made my life miserable. He left me in a horrible way, to later beg for me a year later, nah...
But seriously, these type of people are low lives with no morals. Do you want this for the rest of your life? Do you want to keep providing for this type of ppl? If she gets back with you, I GUARANTEE that bitch will fuck MILLIONS of guys behind your back.
THIS GIRL DID YOU A HUGEEEEEEEE FAVOR. I honestly feel bad for the bald guy. This girl left you, so easy, just like that, after 2 years. You can do the same buddy.
Move on and I TRULY suggest cutting her family from your life as well, if not she will always be lingering. You need to respectfully tell them that you are extremely hurt, and that you will move on, and that she is their problem now. Don't let yourself be persuaded into dealing with this psyco's issues, or the family trying to consult you or tell you, you are the only one that can get through to her (obviously NOT, since she left you)
Some ppl are assholes, some are just badshit insane, others just didn't have that chemistry....Either way, why does it matter, all that matters is that she left!
Good luck, I hope you do move on, she just gave you a taste of what being married to her will be like.


Therapy an actual help? by Samuel Porryford - Thu, 22 Nov 2018 23:39:21 EST ID:sEGQGk0v No.527851 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm not suicidal, probably not depressed. Looking into therapy generally because of problems of life circumstances and poor ability to relate and engage with people. Any chances I'll go through the system without being put on awful psych medication? Am I making a mistake?
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Hannah Snodstock - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 05:35:24 EST ID:U99A5Mm4 No.527854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well if you engage the services of a psychologist and not a psychiatrist you won't be prescribed any medication.

Psychologists talk.
Psychiatrists prescribe.

Psychologists are good for issues and traumas. Everyday depression, anxiety and people who dont want to drug themselves with bandaids. That's only if you feel able to talk to them though. Personalities naturally clash so dont settle for a psychologist you cant trust and respect.

Psychiatrists are good for people with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, super severe anxiety and depression etc.

I went to a psychiatrist for suicidal depression and social anxiety that became agoraphobia, and while it helped a bit to comes to terms with my mental illnesses and he did refer me to cognitive behavioral therapy, I spent years taking drugs that didn't help and he pretty much experimented with new drug classes when the old ones didn't work to the point that he was suggesting antipsychotics for depression. I noped the fuck out.

The first psychologist I saw was a dick and used old school techniques like rorschach tests and telling me I was lazy and faking. Maybe that works for some women or something. I really didn't see the appeal.

The second was a nice lady that listened and occasionally offered insight to my thought patterns, but yeah I was the one doing the talking and there were long periods of silence and stuff while I gathered the courage to talk about my problems. But yeah she really brought me out of it.

So yeah psychologist you like and then do the work in the space and confront your issues with a human mirror. Presto change o.
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Henry Blythedock - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 20:10:04 EST ID:BE8R5FT7 No.527867 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527854
This is a thoughtful and thorough post. Thank you very much.
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Jack Trotwill - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 17:38:08 EST ID:dJEw/uJZ No.527918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527851
start with a psychologist. Most psychiatrists are long past drinking all of the kool aid and they don't care at all, just prescribe meds and call the cops on you if you say you're suicidal. Psychologists are actually *usually* decent people who actually care and feel good to talk to. If they come off as controlling or machiney just get the fuck away and find a different one.

Psychologists = good

psychiatrists = bad (unless you want to trick them for benzos)


Depressed about uselessness by George Suvingkudging - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 21:47:55 EST ID:jD3D6TzE No.527894 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It is not out of the realm of possibility that I will spend the rest of my life unable to work or do a consistent volunteer job (like to the level of a part-time job or on a regular schedule). I may also remain spaced out on meds or with health problems some of the time. It's not guaranteed that this will happen, and I'll keep trying, but it's definitely possible.


All in all, it makes me feel like I don't deserve to exist. How do I find meaning even if I'm not a contributing member of society?
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Martin Gudgedale - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 08:40:02 EST ID:geXBBoBD No.527905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
and I'm doing a lot of shit. It's basically a job in itself. Trying to get adequate pain meds, take my other 15+ meds a day, deal with side effects from those meds, get scans all the time to see if I need surgery, do PT when it's covered, get and replace the braces and medical equipment I need, see a million specialists, keep food down. Getting to the library to return a book is so exhausting I've had to do it by mail. I spend almost all of my time in bed. I am also a wheelchair user if that makes me more legit somehow. and it's only going to get worse.
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Beatrice Chackledale - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 09:40:30 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527905

Yeah I’d say you are pretty legit dude, my bad. Didn’t know if it was just another neet.

I’d say that if contribution to society by virtue of work is off the cards, seek meaning closer to home. Perhaps art, music, writing blabla. Could always try building and developing skills from home such as computer based graphics/animation/3d or doing some kind of practical stuff. It’s hard to say, depends on your levels of hand dexterity/energy blablabla. I’d say that while you certainly have to adjust your horizons, it doesn’t have to be the end. Easier said than done, but I suppose that’s the point. Do you imagine that all people in your scenario end up never having anything of note?

Worst case, just eat weapons grade doses of psychedelics until you go mad and become a burden on everybody.
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Priscilla Hoddlewill - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 09:44:21 EST ID:dlP99jBc No.527907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you haven't even stated what you have...?
i got chronically sick with liver problems when I was 15, first few years were a bitch and i got tired just walking a block, slowly bounced back though and i'm mostly functional by now (even if i get hospitalized now and then)
shit, i didn't even think about being a functional member of society, i just wanted the pain to stop
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Beatrice Chackledale - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 11:24:48 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.527910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527905

The more I think on this, the more I think that computer based stuff might help you a lot. There are tons of resources out there for self teaching / online tutoring and they cover a range of subjects. Graphic design, motion graphics, illustration, 3d modelling, 3d animation, music production, website building, programming for software, apps... it’s kind of an ever expanding list.

Surely one of those must elicit a mildly cool feel in you? It’s the kind of ideal set up for a bed bound guy. Set up a tv at the end of your feet, a wireless keyboard and mouse, spend the day from there. Start out by teaching yourself and from there begin producing work and building a folio. Then start finding commissions/clients whatever and maybe even build a freelance career.

Becoming adept at the Adobe suite would be particularly useful, since it doesn’t require much to get to a passable standard for doing random work. It’s not like your local store is gonna know the difference between properly kerned graphic design and amateur hour eyeball work. Maybe earning that sort of income might help you a lot?
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Jack Trotwill - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 17:33:50 EST ID:dJEw/uJZ No.527917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>527894
learn how you can be useful to yourself


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