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User avatar #19 - Sacrarment (05/25/2013) [-]
My parents decided to kick me out of the house for being too antisocial and too depressed. I dont know how thats suppose to help, but okay.
#419 to #19 - anon (05/26/2013) [-]
Dont worry. After 30 years they just wanted to have their basement back. Also, the house would have been worth much less, if someone would have died in there. They simply did what they had to do.
Cheers !
User avatar #351 to #19 - rainbowrush ONLINE (05/25/2013) [-]
You need to step up, son. Don't listen to the rest of the internet who all live in their parents' basement. We all have some problems which we need to work on; you getting out would be a good start for you. If you get a job like cashier, I believe it would be good for you. Also, getting fit usually helps with depression.
User avatar #407 to #351 - Sacrarment (05/26/2013) [-]
I have a part time job, I'm registered for classes in August for college, I have a girlfriend, life outside of home is okay, Just working for minimum wage isnt enough to get out on my own.
#406 to #351 - cashier (05/26/2013) [-]
Eh, being me for a living isn't bad. Money is money I guess.
User avatar #415 to #406 - Sacrarment (05/26/2013) [-]
Your comment brought a smile to my face for a brief second.
#339 to #19 - anon (05/25/2013) [-]
Become a millionaire, then deny relations to them when they try to communicate with you again.
User avatar #312 to #19 - EdwardNigma (05/25/2013) [-]
Reminds me of the reason my girlfriend broke up with me.

Pretty **** , man.
User avatar #414 to #312 - Sacrarment (05/26/2013) [-]
I've been lucky enough to have a girlfriend who has stuck with me through all I've dealt with. Even though I tend to neglect her being lost in my own depression, she sticks by me.
User avatar #416 to #414 - EdwardNigma (05/26/2013) [-]
Thats what I thought I had.

Don't let her go, man.
User avatar #417 to #416 - Sacrarment (05/26/2013) [-]
Shes just about the only thing in my normal life that makes me happy, so I'll be sure to try not to lose that.
#261 to #19 - anon (05/25/2013) [-]
Because then you would have no choice but to make friends/find meaning in your life.
#252 to #19 - anon (05/25/2013) [-]
You probably won't even see this, but you'll find your way brother. You will be happier once you're out, not because you can be on your own, away from them, but it'll act as a catalyst to the path that will lead you to happiness.
User avatar #249 to #19 - ThatsSoFunnyHeHe (05/25/2013) [-]
I used to live with my grandparents and they often screamed at me for "Acting so sad all the time", and then they'd tell me how I'm going to be a failure in life and become a drug addict like my parents.
User avatar #247 to #19 - CXJokerXD (05/25/2013) [-]
I agree. Your parents are **** .
User avatar #245 to #19 - randomnab (05/25/2013) [-]
Yours are like an extreme version of mine. Oh look our son spends most of his time playing games instead of going out and doing normal shiz. LETS INSULT HIM, THAT'S GONNA HELP.
#243 to #19 - notannonymous (05/25/2013) [-]
Move to the root cellar
User avatar #230 to #19 - wiredguy ONLINE (05/25/2013) [-]
You haven't given us enough information to properly judge neither you, nor your parents.

Do you think that maybe, they've tried to help you in the past, and you've turned them away, or even berated them?
Perhaps that's how they feel. That you don't want help, and won't accept it. In which case, your depression would serve only to weigh down on them, making it necessary for them to wait on you hand and foot for a life which you hate anyway.
In which instance, it would be perfectly fair for them to tell you to **** off and be miserable somewhere else. It's honestly not the sole purpose of their existence to serve you, especially if you aren't grateful.

Of course, I'm not saying this is the case at all.
For all I know, your parents could be self-obsessed drug addicts who beat you and abused you into the state of apathy you have found yourself in today.
But I'm just trying to give the counterpoint to what everyone else has seemingly assumed by default.
User avatar #408 to #230 - Sacrarment (05/26/2013) [-]
I see what you're saying, honestly I didn't think this would get any attention at all and just be passed over like a lot of comments.
Depression runs in both sides of my family, so it just so happens I got it really bad. I take meds for it, but they really dont help that much. I mainly stay in my room when I'm not at work just on the lone fact that when I'm on the computer or playing games, I'm happy. I have friends I've made on the internet who are better to me than my friends in real life. I've always been a sort of awkward kid who really didn't speak unless spoken to.
As for my parents, they're okay people, they're just "sick of my current lifestyle and think I need to change"
Sorry for a late response, I havn't had internet all day.
User avatar #420 to #408 - wiredguy ONLINE (05/26/2013) [-]
I hear you haven't actually moved out yet.
Take this as an opportunity.
Even if you don't actually feel it, try your best to act better around them, or at least how they think you're supposed to act. It could be good for you, and they may even change their minds.
#223 to #19 - anon (05/25/2013) [-]
Your parents are assholes. Hope you make something of yourself and make sure they know that they are not responsible for your success, that YOU are YOUR OWN future, and that their's ended when they kicked you out. Have a good life, have kids, but stay away from people like your parents, make sure your future generations don't bat an eye to people like that, and if one day your parents want to be part of your life, tell them about the pain they caused you, tell them of how much hate you've dealt with toward them all your life, tell them how you will never forgive them nor even look at them as if they were human beings, and then forgive them. Show that you're the better person, and let them live with the crushing shame they've brought upon themselves.
#209 to #19 - anon (05/25/2013) [-]
You're 19, you should be in college, you ******** ...
#232 to #209 - anon (05/25/2013) [-]
Is that a joke on his comment number or something? I mean, sure , college is a good path toward success, but you can still get a job without college. On that note, he's antisocial and depressed, not a bum. His parent's kicking him out isn't justified for your reasons...
User avatar #409 to #232 - Sacrarment (05/26/2013) [-]
I believe he took the moment to look at my profile, which unlike most of the internet, has my real age on it.
User avatar #215 to #209 - jajathezombie (05/25/2013) [-]
You do realize that success does not directly correspond to how much schooling you have, right?
#200 to #19 - kamusioso (05/25/2013) [-]
Sorry to hear that bro... can we do anything to make you feel better?
User avatar #411 to #200 - Sacrarment (05/26/2013) [-]
Everything is... okay? right now. I haven't been kicked out just yet, but they dont know where I can go yet. My mom and stepdad want me out, but my stepmom wont let me come stay with my dad and her. So until I can find a place I don't think they're gonna kick me out just yet.
User avatar #195 to #19 - dbBlues (05/25/2013) [-]
Maybe it wasn't supposed to help. At least not help you. Maybe they kicked you out because they didn't want your depression and anti-social personality in their house affecting everyone else living there. I know it sounds like I'm being an asshole but not everything your parents do is meant to help you. They're just people and sometimes they will put their needs above that of their children. Of course I have no idea what your parents are thinking and I'm probably just typing out of my ass, but I just wanted to say, you might be looking at it wrong
TL; DR ****** parenting
#194 to #19 - anon (05/25/2013) [-]
because it forces you to be with other people, and how old are you?
do you have a job?
if not then i can see why, you're just taking up their resources and they spent a long time preparing you for life just for you to do nothing.
you'll get over it, im sure they're worried about you, but they wouldn't have done it if they genuinely didn't think you would make it.
User avatar #410 to #194 - Sacrarment (05/26/2013) [-]
I am 19.
I have a part time job and will be going to a community college in August.
I dont make enough money to make it on my own yet.
#156 to #19 - anon (05/25/2013) [-]
My parents stabbed me because I had trouble trusting society.

I think that's worse
User avatar #121 to #19 - alucord (05/25/2013) [-]
You ok now?
User avatar #413 to #121 - Sacrarment (05/26/2013) [-]
I'm at my dads house for the weekend, but I don't know how long I'll be able to stay at my normal house.
#227 to #121 - anon (05/25/2013) [-]
Is that a joke on his comment number or something? I mean, sure , college is a good path toward success, but you can still get a job without college. On that note, he's antisocial and depressed, not a bum. His parent's kicking him out isn't justified for your reasons...
User avatar #300 to #227 - alucord (05/25/2013) [-]

I wasn't joking. I was genuinely concerned for his well being.
User avatar #324 to #300 - zaxzwim ONLINE (05/25/2013) [-]
anon made a mistake and he admitted it, it's fine
#228 to #227 - anon (05/25/2013) [-]
whoops that was meant for comment #209
#90 to #19 - anon (05/25/2013) [-]
I moved out when I was 13 cuz of the same reason, it made life much better.
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#139 to #82 - kez (05/25/2013) [-]
Just man up and improve yourself.

Everyone sucks at everything at one point in time.

You find something you love, you do it, people say you suck, you go back and keep practising, they still say you suck, but each time you practise you suck a little less then eventually boom, you're a famous musician, or author or some other **** .

The same applies to life skills. Suck at talking to people? suck at confidence issues? Force yourself to go out of your comfort zone and you'll slowly get less and less **** until you are good.

Everyone started off **** at talking to people or being confident. But as a kid they challenged themselves and forced themselves to get better and meet up with people or talk to random people in their class, you just need to do the same.

It may take a year plus, but by the end you will be able to do all the things you want to do, and most importantly you will be happy.

But it starts with you maning up and accepting that you suck at something, but then going out of your way to improve that, too many people take the first step and then stop, dont be like them, you can do this bro.
#75 to #19 - hypotheticals (05/25/2013) [-]
Dah **** ? I hope you're feel better bro.
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User avatar #64 to #19 - alexusapi (05/25/2013) [-]
"oh your life is miserable, I'M GONNA MAKE IT MORE MISERABLE!" i'm sorry to hear about that, you can have this feel.
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