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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 10)
anyone get a disability check because they can't work with people? Ignore Report Reply
James T Kirk - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 21:35:37 EST dUAcihLs No.4876091
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I've quit like two or three jobs in the last month or so because the people there were treating me like shit. I probably have mild ptsd anxiety and depression from getting bullied because I was a quiet kid when I was young. Kind of led me to be very insular and untrustworthy of people in general because of the unpredictability of how they will be in your presence.

I'm thinkING that maybe if I could get on disability I won't have to work anymore and be subjected to abuse from my Co workers and just feel like shit. I've almost killed myself before over how I've been treated at work. I mean I'm a normal guy now I have a gf and my own home just struggling with people's perception of me versus my own. I'm kinda a punching bag for various personality types in the workplace because I'm nice, quiet, and just focused on the job.


Any advice?
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Hannah Wablingchon - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 21:37:14 EST ROLg4K6V No.4876093 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876091
It's weird because i want to bully you
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Frederick Seshgold - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 21:47:26 EST tDk6e3uy No.4876096 Ignore Report Reply
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Your bullies didn't do a good enough job toughening you up and I would kick their ass for being milquetoast faggots
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Archibald Limpdicking - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 21:55:33 EST nNS+POU7 No.4876098 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876096

Girls are suppose to be tough? Fuck you misogynist faggot
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Space Invader - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 21:57:32 EST U6Vj8wGv No.4876099 Ignore Report Reply
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I'm gonna beat you up after school
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Thomas Fagglekutch - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 21:57:44 EST Dd7R31N6 No.4876100 Ignore Report Reply
I get 771 a month plus 192 in food stamps for anxiety. It's not even enough to pay rent almost anywhere in this state. The only reason I'm not homeless is because I split my rent with someone else. After the initial back pay runs out you basically have to do some kind of illegal shit or under the table work to make ends meet. I don't plan on ever working, but I know I'll be so poor that I can't even survive on my own for the rest of my life because of how shitty the checks are compared to cost of living.
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Archibald Limpdicking - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 22:02:00 EST nNS+POU7 No.4876101 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876100

Can you tell me how you got it started I'm guessing I need to talk to a therapist first?
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Dr. Yuris - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 22:24:08 EST u27gIV8+ No.4876102 Ignore Report Reply
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They thought if you all appear the same you are suppose to be working like heaven uncontrolled. They don't want to look any further, you have been blessed.
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Bernard-Ferdinand Lyot - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 22:33:38 EST 0sTMsLqP No.4876104 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876100
What state?
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Amy Finley - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 22:38:37 EST zoOtij5Q No.4876106 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876101
I mean it really depends on the state. I'm not on it personally but I know a few people on it, one good friend because he got blown up in Iraq, another for schizophrenia to the extent that he had to be hospitalized. A therapist, psychiatrist is a jumping off point, go through your community service board. Im assuming you are in the us.

Keep in mind they will make it difficult for you especially if you aren't a veteran or super fucked up physically/ mentally disturbed to the point where you literally cannot take care of yourself. Even my schizo buddy had to wait a couple years being completely supported by his mom and food stamps before they gave him any ssi.

This is a major life decision buddy, sure there are disability frauds but most of the people I've met would give up their 1000 odd bucks a month and shitty section 8 housing for normalcy. Not calling you a fraud but as someone with pretty bad anxiety and depression myself I'd suggest you try therapy/medicine/giving up recreational drugs first.

Good luck
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Thomas Fagglekutch - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 22:39:15 EST Dd7R31N6 No.4876109 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876101
You need a diagnosis for something first. Then you need to talk to a lawyer (you WON'T get it without a lawyer). Then like a year later you get a hearing and some scumbag lawyer takes a huge chunk of your backpay. That's really it. Psychiatrists are inherently corrupt and will diagnose you with all kinds of shit if you go to see one regardless of if anything is even wrong with you. Just Google some shit that'd make you eligible in your state. Get prescribed some pills but don't actually take them, it's just for appearances and psych meds are a good way to become actually disabled (the reason I'm fucked is because I had drugs forced on me as a kid that I didn't need). It's all a bullshit game really and the payout is terrible. Once you get it, you're legally required to stay poor on paper or they'll take it away (can't ever have over 2k in the bank). It's only really worth it if you sell drugs on the side or some shit. Even investing in crypto or the stock market will get your checks cut off if you get lucky enough to actually earn some money. Basically all that matters is getting a lawyer and your own willingness to deal with scumbag psychiatrists and live in poverty for the rest of your life. You don't usually have to pay the lawyer until you get your shit approved.
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Thomas Fagglekutch - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 22:45:12 EST Dd7R31N6 No.4876117 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876106
>shitty section 8
You're not even entitled to that. I've been waiting fucking years for housing and I still don't have it. A very large portion of people on ssi here are forced into homelessness. The absolute maximum you can get won't even cover rent basically anywhere. If you get insanely lucky, you can live in some horrible hood for 1/3rd of your bullshit check after waiting on a list for years. You'll be broke, miserable, and starving unless you use food pantries for the rest of your life if you live like this and can't pull some under the table income or leech off your parents so you don't have to pay rent.
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Hannah Wablingchon - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 22:46:13 EST ROLg4K6V No.4876118 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876109
You make all people on ssi look bad
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Rick Bayless - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 22:55:15 EST KdjHPsyx No.4876128 Ignore Report Reply
I have a schizo-spectrum disorder with literal brain damage and I've never even considered going on disability. Nut the fuck up, talk to a doctor, and take some authority over your life for once. There are people who actually need that kind of help and being a big blubbering pussy is not a disability.
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Sailor Alice - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 22:58:20 EST rmZ7XUyp No.4876130 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876128
If you ever had some kind of psychotic break, it'd be nice to have something to help you until you healed your mind though, better than being homeless.
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Gannon - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 23:37:09 EST 0v//bT/6 No.4876154 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876091

This board if full of a bunch of non smoking cool guys. Probably like less than 20% of the posters here actually smoke weed or do any drugs at all. And if they are into drugs they like pussy shit like heroin. Lmao

You're just better off asking a real person advice. These people are fuming clowns I just honestly come here for the comedic effect anymore.
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Frederick Seshgold - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 23:40:20 EST tDk6e3uy No.4876159 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876101
Oh your girl post vagene I make you love
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Melissa d'Arabian - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 03:11:15 EST qwcUHPs5 No.4876236 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876091
OP, I've been where you are. . .its up to you to grow into an individual that isn't that punching bag. It can be done, I grew up a complete loner and didn't learn how to make friends or be sociable until I was 27 . . if I waited that long, then anything is possible.

I took it this way: what skills have I gained because I was a total loner? In what way can I publicize my talents, but not in a smug or bragging way?

Also it just helps to listen to people. . ask everyone you worth with one question a day, and you will soon become neutral in most peoples eyes.
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Nicky - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 03:27:56 EST tigAErSq No.4876237 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876236

I was pretty much the same. I was a total loner, loser, anxiety-riddled introvert. I had a few friends as a teenager, but they were all losers like me. When I was 23 I became interested in psychedelics, and that's what I attribute to my growing as a person. I was able to relive memories from an outside perspective, as well as hallucinate that I was living other people's lives. It really helped give me a better perspective on my interactions with the world.
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Gannon - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 03:52:49 EST 0v//bT/6 No.4876241 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876237

I don't buy into this losEr thing. Like sometimes it's legitimatelyrics not you. Sometimes there is like an "agenda" at work. I feel like anytime there's occurrence of cliques and what now there will be one.

You can be singled out for any reason they want to. Maybe you got hired after they did aND you're getting paid more based on experience. So the popular one or whatever decides that they aren't gonna talk to you for reasons, so no one does just because they are just going a long with the social rules set for them.

Seems like you have a lot of self hatred going on man. It's not healthy on your brain. Like I cantell go into any situation where there is people involved and if something isn't right or I'm not getting treated right by the GROUP that its always me or something I did.

Group think in a work environment unfortunately is a thing. So just because 1 or 2 of them seem like they like you just because the group doesn't they will still treat you the same as everyone else does as to not be the one person that talks to the person no one likes.
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Nicky - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 04:40:50 EST tigAErSq No.4876251 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4876241

The thing for me was that I had anxiety and trouble with social interactions because I was bullied as a young child, and so my natural tendency was to shut down in social settings. My shyness and unwillingness to interact in turn caused people to avoid me. I even remember as a kid someone once telling me they thought I didn't like them because I never talked to them, when in reality I was completely mortified of talking to people because I thought they didn't like me.

I was hung up on being hung up. One thing that will save any person from themselves is to find a way to stop caring how others perceive you and just be yourself. Unfortunately your self might be autistic as fuck, but I think that's where drugs can help by teaching you to just be chill.
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Doris Bevingchut - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 05:14:46 EST avtI//jG No.4876255 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876251
This guy has a point. I am not a people person and never have been. But after I was about 16 or so people didn't stopped giving me shit. I just stopped worrying about what people thought and was just decent. At work I try to be nice, good at my job and help people where I can. I'm not the most sociable talkative person in any team I'm in but I've not had work friction with anyone. I think at first it can be weird because I'm shy but I try to make sure I'm not ignoring anyone, make an effort to reach out every now and then and don't worry. I think it's a mix of not radiating negativity and making a little effort to reach out. People are not reacting to what or who you are but how you act.

Aint gonna score you any work relationships but it beats running yourself out of town.
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William Fonkinsidging - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 08:34:50 EST ppjRS9yQ No.4876281 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876091
I feel for you man. I;ve been there but the fact that sometimes I play guitar well in front of crowds I get a pass now. It still sucks because those people would shit all over me otherwise. I don't know what the answer is. I attempted to get on disabilities.
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Gerard Kuiper - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 09:07:53 EST 32u2rsMY No.4876284 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4876255
For me it's about finding the happy medium, ala Aristotle's Golden Mean.
It's easy to take things to a bad place in either direction, if the reason you're really doing it is out of some form of weakness.
It's also fairly easy to just be like "fuck it i'm just gonna be myself", and instead of working to make yourself a better person, end up settling on a lack of healthy restraint and self-discipline as 'just being your truth', rather than accepting who you are in your eccentricities, and also actively trying to tackle your weaknesses.

Yeah be yourself, your best self.
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Thot Pran - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 10:03:36 EST HFHUv8bS No.4876296 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4876284

True, stagnation in ease of life is something to avoid. A person should seek to push their boundaries and grow as an individual in such a way that they better both themselves and those around them. We all live in this existence together, in fairly close proximity at that, and it does nothing but good for someone to strive to be a better person. How many times throughout history has human weakness caused significantly adverse effects? Maybe they were lessons to be learned in our development as a species, but could they have been logically avoided?

Unfortunately, the types of people who seek positions of power are those who tend towards psychopathy and undue exertion of will against others, but if we can become largely better, just people in the sense of a global society then we can, as we have been, slowly weed out corruption from power. Or summat?
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Seskal - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 20:28:07 EST j5AfjsTO No.4876602 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4876284
never thought of it that way... something to think about
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Robert Wilson - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 22:48:31 EST JcT1++GB No.4876697 Ignore Report Reply
>>4876602
God damn Doonesbury sucks


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