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Goodbye. Eeyore 20/02/22(Sat)17:46 No. 6371 ID: 11bdc6 [Reply]
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It's been a while. I miss you. This was all my fault. I'm so sorry. For everything. They told me things would get better. That I'm worth it. But they were lying.

You probably won't care. I don't expect you to. I was an asshole, and I'm going to get what I deserve. Please, don't try to talk me out of this. You know you want it. I never wanted to die alone, but I guess I deserve this. I never got the chance to tell you how much I love you.

Goodnight, R. Goodbye.
-J


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Eeyore 20/03/09(Mon)15:08 No. 6378 ID: 694377

R.I.P buddy




BanCharm 20/02/19(Wed)16:56 No. 6366 ID: 6e0cdf [Reply]
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Death awaits




Eeyore 19/10/22(Tue)01:49 No. 6232 ID: 75aab8 [Reply]
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is self harm worth it in the long run?


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Samy Ray 20/01/16(Thu)19:00 No. 6342 ID: 52a669

RUB WHIP CREAM ON ME DADDY


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Eeyore 20/01/16(Thu)23:00 No. 6343 ID: 5e27f5

I regret my cutting, but I have no regrets about putting cigarettes on myself. It was essential to the following 5 years.


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Eeyore 20/02/11(Tue)07:11 No. 6364 ID: c0fbc9
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>>6232
Woah whats up faggottssss
just popped in fromthe future to say

We all make it




Eeyore 19/12/26(Thu)06:15 No. 6308 ID: b15cfd [Reply]
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i hope you all have a merry christmas and a happy new year /grim/


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Eeyore 19/12/26(Thu)18:02 No. 6316 ID: 602775

>>6308
The more Animu tiddy I see the better it will be.


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Eeyore 20/01/27(Mon)02:43 No. 6351 ID: 9afbcd

>>6308
Thank you.




Eeyore 19/11/24(Sun)16:12 No. 6272 ID: 64799f [Reply]
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is compassion contrasted by strength?
I'm too soft and that makes me feel weak


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Eeyore 19/12/28(Sat)17:29 No. 6323 ID: 07df59

>>6273
There's no gym where you can go to work out your personality and get mentally swole, you know.

>>6272
No, compassion is a strength. Naivete is why you feel weak. You have invested your compassion unwisely.


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Eeyore 20/01/22(Wed)16:32 No. 6349 ID: 8990a7

>>6323
then how do I wise up?


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Eeyore 20/04/30(Thu)17:28 No. 6449 ID: e89cd0

>>6349
Experience, pain, failure, and occasionally success.

A bit of advice, just be more of an asshole.

It's easier than you think; worked wonders for me.

You can still have compassion and be an asshole some of the time.




Eeyore 18/04/07(Sat)23:58 No. 5756 ID: fe9887 [Reply]
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Depression and anxiety are some of the most detrimental things to your outlook on life. I had an extremely traumatic event (don't ask because I won't answer) that put everything in my brain out of balance. Post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and almost all of their symptoms I'm going through right now.

When I discovered undeniably that I was gay, I went through a severe clinical depression that lasted 2 weeks. It turned my world upside down, and my will to live was progressively going downhill until one day I woke up and realized the chemicals rebalanced themselves out or whatever agent caused me to feel better.

If there is a God, I beg and pray to feel good again. We don't realize what we have until they are gone. Be grateful always for what you do have, even if it is the bare minimum. If I make it out from this spell, I will never take for granted happiness again.

What are some views on tapering off all medication and battling all the anxieties and depressions head-on until the emotions resolve themselves? I was in the hospital for suicide-watch patients for nearly a month due to this trauma and one woman with psychosis said to never bury your experiences because they will come back to bite you. Is the opposite of this to try to face all the emotions head-on without medication until you feel better? Or is medication the only way out? Is a slow tapering from medication the best solution to rebalance things out again? Is time truly the healer of all wounds?

Please help me. :'( Any advice that worked for you is greatly appreciated.


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Eeyore 18/04/14(Sat)05:17 No. 5765 ID: 2c04ab

>>5761
my hate has been much the same, and I'm still working on hating others less, but I think it's more important to hate myself less. It does grow like a cancer but hopefully if you can hate just yourself a little less then even if you aren't happy you can feel a little more at peace. Good luck Is all I can really say I guess.


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Eeyore 20/01/04(Sat)22:33 No. 6333 ID: 6982c2

Youngest girls forums


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Eeyore 20/01/18(Sat)09:05 No. 6347 ID: ee5e64

I've come to realize that, for most people, love is only a dualism that arises because of hate. People love their country because they hate other countries. People love their race or their religion or their god because they hate others. You can easily see that there is at least a correlation between how fervently a person hates the out-group, with how obsessively praising they are of their in-ground. People have children of their own, and love them, but this must of course come via excluding others. Indeed, in order to maintain the hero delusion of their own child in most circumstances, they must vilify the other party, whether that's the other kid in a fight, or a teacher who passed down a bad grade. The more they hate the other, the more they love their child. It's a dualism, and a zero-sum. What's the alternative? To love every child as equally as your own?? If that were possible, nepotism wouldn't exist.

So because of this, the best method to push away your hatred of yourself is to hate others, and therefore love yourself. That's what most people do. They think there is nothing wrong with themselves, and that everything they are is good, and everything they are not is bad.


As for medication, I don't really have any advice because I don't use any. Some people can get over mental issues without medication, some cannot. For myself, I have likely been depressed basically all of my life, and cannot necessarily say if it's a dysfunction because I honestly have REALLY GOOD REASONS for my poor outlook right now. I also do experience positive emotions, albeit rarely, so it's likely not clinical. Of course, in this country, I couldn't be diagnosed unless I suddenly found myself in desperate need to make about $10,000 disappear into the wallet of some retard who would most definitely call the cops if I told him the reasons I'm depressed.

As for anxiety, I'm actually a good example. I inherited it from my father, who has been on occasional light medication for it his entire life. For me, I had severe anxiety and panic attacks for a few years in my mid 20's. I never wanted to be medicated because a dose sufficient enough to, basically, tranquilize me, would turn me into a zombie. I suffered blackouts and memory lapses the three days (at least I think it was three) that they had me on lorazepam after I was hospitalized for panic, and after that I threw away the rest of the prescription. So as an alternative, I developed methods to control it, first through music and manipulating my emotional state to anger, and later through yogic breathing. That last one proved highly effective and has helped me ever since, but I couldn't possibly tell you if it would work for anyone else. You actually have to believe it's going to work, of course.

Anyone who believes that "time heals all wounds" is still under 30. On this Message too long. Click here to view the full text.




kill kill kill Eeyore 20/01/17(Fri)09:10 No. 6345 ID: 55bc07 [Reply]
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HOw R u doIN toDay???




Misery Sadness 17/07/13(Thu)08:49 No. 5454 ID: f7cf99 [Reply]
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I'm a pretty depressing person, I think this board fits my deepest saddest thoughts ever.


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Eeyore 19/12/31(Tue)03:22 No. 6328 ID: 602775

>>6027
That is exactly it, though.
People just can't accept this shit. That's why every one tries to invent meaning and god and whatever else. they can't accept that it's all just pointless and meaningless.


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Eeyore 20/01/03(Fri)05:22 No. 6330 ID: 047ffe

>>6321
Well, thank god we're worthy of someone of such high esteem as yourself, my Lord.

I wish it was still acceptable to have people like you banned.


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Eeyore 20/01/11(Sat)18:26 No. 6340 ID: 602775
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>>6330
Some faggot from half chan isn't worth getting worked up about and certainly not worthy of a ban from 7chan.

Everything is on a forward trajectory to annihilation.
People like this are pointless. Embrace the void.




Eeyore 19/12/05(Thu)07:45 No. 6281 ID: 6c6ba6 [Reply]
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I like putting my fleshlight in the freezer for a couple nights at a time

feels just like a dead girl

i suggest any necbros give it a try


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Eeyore 19/12/12(Thu)06:17 No. 6297 ID: eff71a

Dead things aren't colder than room temperature. Why the fuck would they be?


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Eeyore 19/12/15(Sun)23:41 No. 6302 ID: 6c6ba6

>>6297
maybe its from the concrete? its always colder downstairs


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Eeyore 19/12/28(Sat)17:15 No. 6322 ID: 07df59

>>6297
You're right, they wouldn't actually be colder than room temperature, bu keep in mind that is significantly colder than a living body.
Also, they may feel colder, the same way a piece of metal at room temperature does: by conducting heat away from the point of contact (although human bodies are not great conductors).




i finally decided I want to do it. Eeyore 19/11/08(Fri)18:36 No. 6269 ID: 90ce39 [Reply]
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Instructions for a helium exit bag please?


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Eeyore 19/11/17(Sun)08:42 No. 6271 ID: 30b50c

no





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