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Where's daddyorchips? He understands.
then you die
If you could erase everyone's memories of you! There's be no pain or guilt or remorse.
Someone on here knew the guy in question and was understandably upset by it.
It was standard DoC being a contrary dick rather than anything malicious but it was a deserved banning nonetheless.
Seems pretty unfair
It was utterly needless and DoC had no way of ensuring it wasn't read by the family or friends of the dead guy (as, it turned out, it was). I know DoC does these things for effect rather than 'cos he's a nasty guy but it'd be absolutely horrific if a family member or someone I cared about died and then someone on the internet, for no real reason, had decided to say that they were pleased it had happened.
But he might not be ok without dis :(
it's cleansing our own.
(Raanraals This's This)
But I didn't want to disappoint you.
My thoughts are usually further away
just go outside
maybe if you're somewhere where there's no people.
but Bam, I used to go cycling and running on long evenings, and I could never leave my thoughts behind. :(
maybe when you reach a certain age you become wistful and the pain becomes a softened melancholy of sorts? like with Mark Kozelek.
if you're spending too much time alone with your thoughts they're just naturally going to get worse. no matter how much we prefer being indoors, we need these changes of scenery/other human beings to prevent us from wanting to kill ourselves.
Hang in there.
maximum respect housername
should at least half the amount of misery/these threads
do you ever wish you could just blow away in a breeze? just, like, softly fade out?
I think, genuinely, that things can get easier as you get older. Priorities change as do your views on other people. Certainly a lot of my friends who were very depressed and on medication in their mid-20s were much more positive by their 30s.
My health is going downhill though, at this rate of determination I won't make it to 30.
he was nice. Weird, but nice.
and usually quite charming and polite. But there was a certain darkness to him too you have to admit.
Fucking hate that guy
Have a nice evening x
read this. if you know everything about depression, you'll appreciate this as being an excellent piece of writing. if you don't understand it (most people don't) you'll benefit from reading it.
there's also a second part (this is possibly the more relevant).
stay safe x
I'm less depressed I guess and more just full of this sick feeling of dread and shame that never goes away.
Happy Friday wiggy!
what struck me most about those blog posts was that the author managed to articulate what it feels like to have difficulties with your mental health, which is something that very few can do - which is of course problematic because there's so little understanding from most people.