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#11 - i know the way it sounds but seeing your highschool buddies al…  [+] (4 replies) 11/18/2015 on So I am thinking about... 0
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#23 - angrybacteria (11/18/2015) [-]
There will always be people in your life who you see are doing better. The people who are doing really bad are just flying under your radar. You still have time to do something amazing and make a new life. It's terrible that you lost the love of your life but she not worth dying for.

I don't want to sound like I'm spouting stupid "buck up and get back out there" rhetoric but seriously man. Don't.

There is more to live for. You can make it.
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#22 - braggaboom (11/18/2015) [-]
To put things in prespective, i'm actually the same age as you.

I went to college for 4 YEARS and never ended up getting into my field for various reasons.

Yes I was depressed for a long time, yes I considered suicide at times. I spent a good 6 months as a depressed sack of shit, and had no job for a long time. bills were piling up and my parents were afraid we'd lose the house and everything. Then by chance my uncle found out I needed a job and set me up with an interview at a grocery store.

If you remember my post from before, I have extreme anxiety, to expand on that here:
I get so nervous to the point where I would get ridiculous stomach pains and at one point even lost hair due to the stress of being so anxious all the time.

Despite that, I still ended up working through my problems by just thrusting myself into trying for the job with reckless abandon, basically to see what stuck. I ended up getting the job and have been working there for over 6 months now. I'm almost 280 pounds, borderline diabetic, and have the ugliest mug ever.

If some ugly fat fuck like me hasn't given up, then someone who has looks good enough to attract someone like you sure as hell shouldn't give up.

Yes its not a great job, yes the pay can be crap. but you know what? I've gotten plenty of friends out of working there, I've been able to save up some money here and there, bought things every once in a while that I enjoy. And i'm hoping to eventually get a better job.

Like anything worth doing, it takes time. And despite what some may think, you get what you give. if you put in the time and effort to make your life better, you surely will improve your life.
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#19 - braggaboom (11/18/2015) [-]
Because you can't base others success on where YOU should be.

Think of it like this, everyone has their own race to win. some get lucky enough to be driving a sports car, and others have to settle for standard, and hell if you're me you have to settle for a fucking gremlin.(horrible car btw)

Ultimately you all will get to that to the end of the track that you want to get to at your own pace. You can't spend your life trying to follow someone else's pace. you either get to impatient because your going to slow, or you burn out because you go to fast.

Just go at your own speed, make improvements when you can.

You can do it lil nigga, I have faith in you.

#15 - alfrsa (11/18/2015) [-]
Dude, hang in there. This July a high school friend married, the first among all my friends. From my class of ~25 students about 15 studied abroad and have good paying jobs. Damn right I'm jealous, being stuck in my own mediocre and limited country without being able to find a job while I finish degree, but while I am in this position now I can get out of it someday. You can too, if you keep giving yourself a chance. I think of it as a video game where I'm not allowed saves or loads - I'll do my best, and if I don't succeed, well, fuck it. Try thinking about it along those lines somewhat. By killing yourself you have nothing to win and so much to lose...
#5 - i took 10 midazolam and a couple of bars of xanax. I am too mu…  [+] (1 reply) 11/18/2015 on So I am thinking about... +1
#24 - anon (11/18/2015) [-]
Take it from someone who's tried suicide enough times that they've lost count: you should be glad you can't do it. Killing yourself doesn't help you feel better - or worse, technically - but it hurts others.

Your family

Your friends

Your co-workers

Basically every person you interacted with regularly

A future spouse you may have


They are the ones that would be hurt by your suicide, not you. And if you feel like you want to die already, think of how horrible of a person you would have to be to ruin the lives of everyone who has cared about you. Having the instinctual will to live - even if you don't want to - is far better than taking an unretrievable future away from those you love.
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