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the disordered
Posted 1/9/13
Depression.
Self harm.
Mood swings.
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Posted 1/9/13
That's me LOL

Manic bipolar
OCD
Schizophrenia
ADHD
ADD
Tourettes
Suicidal
Manic depression
Self consciousness
Anorexic
Autistic
Anti social disorder
Social anxiety disorder (SAD)
Mood disorder
Dyscalculia (innate difficulty learning math)
Panic disorder
Arachnophobia
Personality disorder
Sleep disorder
Melancholia
Alcohol dependence


To name a few. It's why my online name is netdisorder LOL . Believe it or not, I take no medicine for any of these except my sleep disorder. Now you know why I am obsessed with psychology, and am close to achieving my P.h.D in psychology.

Do I win the thread?
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Posted 1/9/13
I'm perfectly fine. It's everyone else that's got problems.
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Posted 1/9/13
I'm pretty sure that for anybody with hopes and dreams of doing something and/or creating something that wasn't there before, merely being on these boards is a form of procrastination. The cure it simple though: give up all of your dreams! Then you can waste all the time ever, obviously, because there is no longer anything to procrastinate at!

Worked for me...wow I should never speak again, I'm sure I'm a horrible person for writing this...
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Posted 1/9/13
Hmmm... all I can think of is I was a pyromaniac.
I have burnt a cat, insects, trees, toys etc.
Experimented with alcohols, perfumes, black powder and other household chemicals. I think thinner was my favorite.

The different colors of flames and how it can crawl amazes me when I was little.
Wow! I just realized this is why I like poi.
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Let's see, I used to be in the military and I started off excited and everything, but the longer I was there, I started to feel stuck and trapped and a lot of personal things back home started to go down hill. I got really depressed, went to see a psychiatrist and was even on anti depression pills. Even though I did all that, at some point, it got worse and I tried to kill myself. I said try because for some reason, I woke in a hospital 3 days later. I was sure I was dead, found out my friend got to me before it got worse. Thank god he did cause life's too sweet, and a permanent solution to a temporary problem just isn't the way. I try not get back to that point by working out as much as possible. It's not to get in shape, it's just, every time I do workout, I feel better, happier. To all those dealing with depression, it may be hard, but find someone to talk to, go for a walk, lift weights, do whatever, and try to find some help.
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Posted 1/9/13 , edited 1/18/13
Boy that's to long, my mom died, I got depressed, and scared of people. But I got to a counselor and it's getting better.
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Posted 1/9/13
I use to try so hard to fit it when i was younger,and i think maybe that made me hate life and everybody else which made me totally anti social and Debby Downer and I didnt know how to deal with all that so i turned to self harm and suicide. I didnt get out of it until I was reading a book on karma and destiny after that book it was like I figured everything out and major epiphany and everything seemed so clear. The reason why I didnt die was because I was suppose to do something great or save someone from what I was going through so after I joined peer counseling and managed to save some people
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Posted 1/9/13
Came from a pretty broken home and was left with some nasty emotional baggage. Had a few cycles of depression/isolation as a result.

If anything the pain really strengthens your will and empathy, granted you manage to pull yourself out of it.
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Posted 1/9/13

BearSol wrote:


moonhawk81 wrote:

I thankfully do not suffer from such. I am, however, a member of the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network, and am also a CIT officer (a police officer specially-trained to deal with situations involving mental consumers and persons experiencing severe emotional trauma). Individually, there is little that I can do for a person other than try to deescalate their immediate situation to prevent harm. However, moving beyond that immediate situation, we have access to a wide variety of assistance for the person. My job is to try to keep them (and anyone with them) safe long enough to enact that help.


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LosingOrbit wrote:


moonhawk81 wrote:

I thankfully do not suffer from such. I am, however, a member of the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network, and am also a CIT officer (a police officer specially-trained to deal with situations involving mental consumers and persons experiencing severe emotional trauma). Individually, there is little that I can do for a person other than try to deescalate their immediate situation to prevent harm. However, moving beyond that immediate situation, we have access to a wide variety of assistance for the person. My job is to try to keep them (and anyone with them) safe long enough to enact that help.


My grandmother does the same thing.

I've also suffered from depression and PTSD, though the pills they gave me only made it worst. It got to a point where I stopped going to see a psychiatrist all together since it seems they're so quick in giving you medication and not actually interested in actually helping you.


Where does your grandmother work, and for what agency? Because it's always nice to trade info and learn from the experiences of others! (Please forgive me for asking personal info...if you are inclined to answer, please feel free to do so privately.)

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Posted 1/9/13 , edited 1/9/13
I went through a bout of depression in which I procrastinated a lot (it began when I started spending lots of time indoors and stopped exercising), but I fixed it pretty easily by just taking lots of Vitamin D and by exercising every day. Vitamin D and regular exercise would probably fix most peoples' depression and help with anxiety issues like procrastination as well.
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Posted 1/9/13

-Vega- wrote:

I just had emotional disorders, but they are gone now.


Same. A lack of emotion to be exact. I still feel emotion, but I have to feign it a lot when I shouldn't have to. I am completely indifferent to everything and if I do something for too long I lose interest. If anyone knows what that means, by all means. TBH, I didn't realize it wasn't normal until someone told me I was different.
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Posted 1/9/13
i suffered from a kid and stil i do now on my 20s ,from eating disorder ,i eat 1 meal a day .
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carsarelittle wrote:

I was nearly anorexic. 5'11" and 120 lbs. Probably doesn't count, but I'm like 30 lbs more now, so I'm good.

Stopped eating meat, hilariously enough. Also, apparently consuming all the caffeine in the Universe cheers me up!


I had the same problem in HS I was 70 lbs and 5'7...I'm glad my friends noticed and helped me.




alcohooligan wrote:

i suffered from a kid and stil i do now on my 20s ,from eating disorder ,i eat 1 meal a day .



I use to be like that... still am when I'm super busy with work
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Posted 1/9/13 , edited 1/9/13
was diagnosed with schizophrenia.

what that means is i guess i was antisocial, paranoid, insane, loony, crazy.
it sucks but oh well. still am those things sometimes.

i try to figure out what i should be, which is myself, which parts of myself are good to be or are needed or whatnot.
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