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Desperate need to talk
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Posted 4/17/13
Drink tea, it never works.
Posted 4/17/13
What did you do that was so wrong?
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Posted 4/22/13
Isn't this forum personal? Alexwithcandy's gonna discover this and lock it v_v

I can't tell if you're trolling or not, But hold on, As for those things you did in your past learn to let them go and make yourself a new future. Its hard at first but you have to be strong ;)

You can do it :)
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Posted 5/1/13 , edited 5/1/13
hrmm, this is for the OP:

I think since you are still living/depending on your parents, I am going to assume you're still in grade school or at least in a situation where you are still required to be dependent on your folks (there is nothing wrong with this, especially if it's the case that your age/circumstances give you no choice). I know there is a lot of people telling you to get over it, and to be more positive, but that isn't possible without the right tools for yourself and your life. In other words, it sounds like you need to examine what is your kind of normal, which might be kinda hard since the environment you're in may be obstructing your view a little (totally understandable btw).

I think the only advice that I can give anyone, young or old, is that take advantage of the internet and its resources. Doing a lot of self reading may point you in the right direction of identifying your problems, and how they fit into your life. From there, you can research about the necessary steps towards finding a new normal for you, or at least working towards starting that goal. I am primarily talking about medical advice, from medical journals and written material by licensed therapists. There is a lot of material geared towards specific age groups, for both sufferers of mental anguish as well as those who might not realize they cause the mental anguish (although i would assume this group would also fit into the first group as well).

Also, don't be ashamed to speak your truths. There are a lot of people on the internet, although well meaning, may not have the tools to help/support your case. As long as you speak a truth, then there is never to be any shame attached to it. Keeping this in mind can be liberating and also help point you in the right direction of where to find support. Wanting to find social support isn't a bad thing, and for most people it's required to progress through a healthy life. Remember, they are your truths and no one can tell you otherwise.

I hope you, or anyone else having a hard time, will find your own way to work through..
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Closed due to inactivity. Its been over 6 months and no new posts. Locked.
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