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Old 11-06-2014, 10:09 AM
 
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Before you do anything looney tunes go outside talk to talk to people. Have an beer or two ( since your over 21 ). Learn to drive a plane, car, helicopter, pick-up girls. Act all kinds of ways. Learn to love thy enemies, and enjoy a good drink or two. Try a little this and little that. The world is one big theme park docha know. Become an civil servant; work for the federalies, be an contestant on an program. Join the airforce and fly an F-16 or hover craft, or something. Learn how to swim, make some kiddies, get an room mate. Dance and go partying. Leanr martial arts and be super happy person.


Their are tons of fun things to do on this planet. For me the world ended three or two years ago. But hey life is grand.... When things are looking down; just look up in the sky and say

Got god

Forget public image go outside and LOL. Go to an gym and work on your bod ( the natural way ).



FOrget people bs you have your life ahead of you. Like we live in capitalism society. Focus on saving your money or something.


If anybody ever gets you down. You know what to say. Just yesterday I had an great time and left leaving everybody thinks I am slap happy looney but I had a couple of laughs; danced with some pretty wall flowers. It makes me feel better.


Do not be afraid to make fool of yourself the world is an big place with tons of people.
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Old 11-08-2014, 05:48 PM
 
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You need an SSRI/anti-depressant. Its changed my life & emotional well-being like nt & day. Find your local community health center & go in soon.
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Old 11-09-2014, 12:19 AM
 
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Know this, it's hard on young people, because they are so passionate and have not had time to grow into their life yet. Just try and keep thisin mind when you are feeling your worst..."tomorrow things might be a lot better and if I committed suicide I wouldn't know it." And they usually are a little better after a good rest. It's amazing really, how much strength we have, and do not realize until we make it through tough times. When you feel like you can't take another let-down, you can and do. Open your mind to that. sweetie. You'll be alright.
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Old 11-09-2014, 09:47 AM
 
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Portland,
I strongly disagree w/ you. KidFlash is obviously suffering from a mental illness & needs professional help.
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Old 11-11-2014, 07:25 AM
 
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you have experience helping people and being a caregiver... would you want to become a doctor? a nurse? You can obtain a school loan and pay it back after graduation. OR - like others have mentioned, join the military. Your cousins will be impressed and who will have the last laugh then right?!! j/k

Your still so young dude.... I would definitely make a life for yourself and join the military. You can do it!!
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Old 11-11-2014, 10:42 PM
 
Location: Auckland, New Zealand
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Good nutrition will help. Therapeutic nutrition will help even more. 'Help' being the operative word. I've been severely depressed (but not suicidal) and although I am on medication (for anxiety, depression and poor sleep) but it was only when I started on therapeutic nutrition and supplements that my anxiety and depression lifted. And I mean completely lifted. That is not to say the medication is not required - it is. Or at least I think it is (or still is). The meds I am on are not third generation which I specifically asked for because of undesirable side effects. Those side effects may be far better than the depression! I just wanted something without them.

While I may not have been suicidal I should mention that at one point my anxiety got real serious. So serious I doubt I would have lasted without immediate intervention (in the form of chill pills).

There is help out there.

Take care
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