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#2 - highclassbean
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#22 to #2 - anon
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Autism
#50 to #2 - lvlarcopolio **User deleted account**
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#55 to #2 - anon
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lel
#213 to #2 - fedexman
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Let the butthurt begin.
#214 to #213 - highclassbean
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well you're only 21 hours late

btw i am a brony as well
#243 to #2 - enkmaster ONLINE
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Heh.
#270 to #2 - anon
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Normally something like this would irk me.

But **** me, that was hilarious. Well played
#73 to #2 - daniboi
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Good show, jolly good show.
#127 to #2 - rambomanthree
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HA!
#31 to #2 - TheSchwartz
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*ba dum tss*
*ba dum tss*
#30 to #2 - raggedyswagg
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10/10 Would lol again
#24 to #2 - dracodiabolus **User deleted account**
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Comment Picture
#20 - pappathethird
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Very true. I think the problem is all the people, especially teenagers, who claim to be depressed even though they are just ... well, teenagers. It makes it harder to differentiate between people who have issues and people who are just whiny.
Very true. I think the problem is all the people, especially teenagers, who claim to be depressed even though they are just ... well, teenagers. It makes it harder to differentiate between people who have issues and people who are just whiny.
#151 to #20 - drshkidz
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Yeah dude, spot on. Everyone should stop being such entitled faggots and shut up about how ****** they feel, that way we can save all of our pity for people who are somehow cosmically "Truly Depressed" and not just fakers.
#197 to #151 - anon
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Or maybe they could learn that depressed =/= sad and use the right ******* word instead of a crippling mental illness giving the illness less chance of being taken seriously.
#199 to #197 - drshkidz
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I feel like it's more likely that someone who claims to be depressed is actually "depressed" than anything else. Just because it seems petty to you doesn't mean a god damn thing you pompous thundercunt.
#206 to #199 - anon
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Depression isn't something that happens overnight. It slowly builds. First you have a bad day, then it grows and grows. You could be depressed over very "minor" things but in the end that isn't what causes it. The depression won't suddenly go away, it will stay for months. You will likely have a history of depression. Most depressed don't say it - due to the depression.

"Hurr durr I'm so depressed today." "Hurr durr, I lost my Iphone, I'm so depressed. (next day) Having a wonderful life!" Those statements are stupid because it isn't what depression is. It's not because they're minor - it's because it isn't what it is.

So no, it's not more likely that people who claim to be depressed aren't actually depressed - because most people don't even know what depression is and use it for any kind of sadness sadness.

Basically you're just another moron who doesn't understand what depression is. I never said it was petty, I said no one understands what it even is.
#262 to #206 - drshkidz
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You've seen one too many "Lolmymomonlygotmea500$iphone" pics served up by the web it sounds like man. It's not that common, it really isn't. Encouraging people in general to clam up seems more likely to make someone who's actually depressed bottle it up for another six months before they try offhandedly mentioning to a friend that they're "maybe depressed because... okay yeah probably not you're right guys I'll just go lie in my bed until it physically hurts some more" rather than getting a loudmouthed faggot to shut up.
Although, most manic-depressives I know are loudmouthed faggots, they just attempt suicide more often than not.
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#138 to #20 - jakeattack
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yeah, ive had it, clinically diagnosed. mental disorders are the only things that instead of people feeling sorry for you, they will hate you.
#185 to #20 - anon
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Most people don't even know what depression even is. They think being sad = depressed, when really they are completely different.
#189 to #20 - anon
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Probably the most accurate thing I've ever read on this site.
#95 - riathewolf
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#109 to #95 - violentpixi
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#65 - felixjarl ONLINE
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You laugh together but you cry alone.

You laugh together but you cry alone.
#112 to #65 - winners
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**winners rolls 11** checkem
**winners rolls 11** checkem
#115 to #112 - murumuru
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**murumuru rolls 77**
#119 to #115 - nephrithotroll
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**nephrithotroll rolls 45**
look random numbers
#143 to #115 - nebraksa corn
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#141 - mavericjones
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Fixed.
#21 - pappathethird
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**pappathethird rolls 70**
#46 to #21 - xathos
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**xathos rolls 37** Here bro, take these
#47 to #46 - xathos
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**xathos rolls 01** damn it. ONE MORE GO
#101 to #21 - mrsync ONLINE
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**mrsync rolls 34**
#103 to #101 - mrsync ONLINE
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well i guess its time to watch porn
#27 to #21 - eddymolly
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**eddymolly rolls 53**
#28 to #27 - eddymolly
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#83 to #28 - anon
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Oh god, what is that from?
#90 to #83 - ravarshi
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The amanda show.
#35 to #28 - justsomechickyo
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Wtf! I am not amused.......and you know why
#36 to #35 - eddymolly
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Ok, image courtesy of justsomechickyo. Better? Images in comments are pretty much free game, sorry if you're offended
#37 to #36 - justsomechickyo
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Thanks ha but you are right its not a big deal and now that I think of it imitation is the best form of flattery so I forgive you! I'm glad someone thought it was just a good idea as I did....
#38 to #37 - eddymolly
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Yeah, i don't have many roll pictures atm, so I had to re-use. Feel free to take my one of Prince Charles doing the weather, its on here somewhere
#39 to #38 - justsomechickyo
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Lol ok thanks! I'm glad this ended in a good way!
#98 to #21 - departed
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**departed rolls 87**
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#33 - ezmack
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I am suing you.

#125 - alexjonez
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#4 - sirformidio
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Physical Injury is a sign of surviving pain, and pushing past it enough to then joke about a possibly traumatic experience everyone knows about.
Mental problems, however, tend to leave scars forever, and very few people get over them. They're near impossible to fight on your own, and make people feel powerless.
And besides
the world does not like seeing frowning faces.
#6 to #4 - satrenkotheone ONLINE
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But I'm scared of talking about my mental issues..
#42 to #6 - bluenebula
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I know.
#43 to #42 - satrenkotheone ONLINE
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I've talked about it to the school nurse... and she informed the doctor... hope the process will speed up soon...
#44 to #43 - bluenebula
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Remember what we told you though. They can't help if you don't let them. That's why I gave up on you, you wouldn't let me help. Same reason I gave up on Chris. People can do what they can to help. but no one can fix your problems but you.
#45 to #44 - satrenkotheone ONLINE
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Yeah.... but it also depends on your approach and patience too I suppose... and who you're trying to help.

These folks are supposed to know their ****... but it's a painstakingly slow system.
#68 to #45 - sirformidio
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It is painfully slow.
Psychology is a slow science. they need to pick apart your brain, neuron by neuron, and slowly get down to why you have that one problem. They sometimes need to go through your entire life before they can reach it. It's hard to talk about, I would know. But trust me, when someone finally manages to figure out why, you'll start to feel better from Day one.
#124 to #68 - satrenkotheone ONLINE
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It figures, we humans are rather complicated beings and a lot of us (like me) are rather illogical.
#49 to #45 - bluenebula
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I like to think I was patient myself. I sent a year on you. Longer on Chris. I got nowhere with either of you. I helped Kaffe, but now I regret doing so. I helped a few other people here and there, and to see them come up to me months down the road and thank me is the best feeling in the world. I use the same method for everyone. I let them vent, I fond out whats's going on, and I try to help them by giving them ideas. I don't outright say it, I let them come up with the solution on their own. I simply edge them there. I tried that with you, and it didn't work. So I outright told you what to do. Many times. That didn't work. I tried the tough love approach for a while after that. Still, it didn't work. It got you moving a few times, but the moment you were off again you would stop. This is exactly the same with Chris. There's nothing I can do, I've tried everything.

You're not the only one out there going through a midearly life crisis. They have to deal with a lot of people, I would think. They'l get around to you, don't worry.
#51 to #49 - satrenkotheone ONLINE
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Yeah I know there are others.. sorry I couldn't really deal with it... it's just that I finally had somewhere to vent about it... that helped a little but I don't think the Internet's the place I'd ever get better... and I got sort of stuck in my own thought and wanted to not talk to others that much.

I regret... a lot...
#17 to #6 - fromtheinternet
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I was scared when I was first diagnosed, but its just part of me now and I've accepted that now. You don't have to tell the world just tell those who really care, and get as much support you can (depending on how old you are and if you're in the UK) there's CAMHS or various different support systems, like mental health matters and so on, that are great. I've personally been through all of that and come out a better person, and I'm currently training to be a mental health nurse so just stick to it and you'll be better


TL;DR **** gets better
#7 to #6 - nerdrugger
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it is scary but once you do you can start getting help
#8 to #7 - satrenkotheone ONLINE
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I'm trying that, but the system and everything is so slow...
#9 to #8 - nerdrugger
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yah it is

and the process of heeling is slow and not always effective. but can be extremely helpful

i just started getting help for my problems about 4 months ago and it has turned my life around immensely
#10 to #9 - satrenkotheone ONLINE
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I just want them to get started, but four weeks in between every small appointment? ****..
#11 to #10 - nerdrugger
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yah i can imagine that is incredibly frustrating
i was fortuante enough to get free weekly appointments through my college

but just keep on with the path. and the more open you are to those trying to help you. the more they can help you
#12 to #11 - satrenkotheone ONLINE
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I ******* hate it... I am trying to do school at the same time but it all leads to mental instability on my part and that in turn make me perform badly at school...which also leads me to feel even worse.
#13 to #12 - nerdrugger
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its extremely difficult and this will suck. but when you come out the other side youll come out much stronger

stick with it and remember it gets better
#14 to #13 - satrenkotheone ONLINE
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Trying... if I am not accepted into UNI in Scotland I'll try do this last year in high school again for better grades.
#3 - aqproductions
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You see there are two problems.
One. Its hard to work up the courage to tell people that you feel like you have mental issues, for fear of being told you're over-exaggerating.
Two. When you do, most people tell you your over-exaggerating...
#5 to #3 - daboomee
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That's because you probably ARE over-exaggerating.
#19 to #5 - mcroflskates
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Well there's no "probably" in this next statement: you're a cunt!
#154 to #19 - aqproductions
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Why thank you sir
#153 to #5 - aqproductions
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And thats why people end up going crazy and having mental breakdowns,
because of total pricks such as yourself.

no two problems are the same.
someone with no home, struggling for food, no education, live better mentally than people with all of the above. You cannot measure a problem by how bad it is in comparison to others. A problem should be measured by how much i t effects your mental health and daily life
#148 to #3 - zzforrest
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I believe I am schizophrenic (I don't go to psychologists because at my age they suck balls and assume I'm lying) and one time my friend told me that I am likely over exagerrating things and that I should calm down and stuff. I think my condition took that idea and really ****** me up with it. I spent countless hours shouting to myself at how normal I was, and all it really helped me with is realizing just how bad my condition is/was. It helped me differentiate from what was me and what wasn't me and what I found is that I'm pretty ****** up. Also about that point people began to actually think I had a problem because to that point I mostly could contain it at school, but it was beginning to seep into my school life. People stopped feeling safe around me, for fear I might violently strike them. Also here is a quote from one of the psychologists I visited: "You're a normal and very mature kid. You are probably just over thinking things". ********. The whole thing about overexaggeration applies to psychologists too.
#157 to #148 - aqproductions
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Thank you, i sincerily hope your problems get better.
Best thing is to seek help, even if it doesnt work out at first. Dont let it ruin your life