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Jay Huck
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Date Joined May 2011
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   Posted 5/29/2011 12:55 AM (GMT -6)   
[Apologies, this might be confusing to read, I just wrote down everything as it came to me. I'll give details to anyone who cares enpugh to ask questions. Please help if you can.]

I've been so sad for a long time now, even where there wasn't any reason to be anymore.

Long story short: My girlfriend, the only person I've ever loved and ever will, claimed she was asexual from now on. A week or so later, we're miraculously back together, but I still feel really empty. I've just finished participating in a theatre production and it was so fun...I had actually promised myself I would  afterwards if I still felt depressed, and yet it's almost as if I'm so cowardly I won't even inflict pain on myself as if I'd rather wallow in whatever this feeling is...I don't even know what happens when we die I'm not religious at all but it's not fair that no one knows, isn't there at least an END to it all?

Why are we here in the first place if we don't make a difference? Why can't I ever be satisfied with things when they're looking up for me anymore? I used to look back and go "man I've got it good, a girlfriend who loves me, a starring role in the Wizard of Oz (I was the Scarecrow), and good grades, how could it

Is there any way to feel better about things and stop feeling  or to know what happens when we die, or to at least get some actual advice and not the same old "go to your nearest church, God will help you" bit?

Post Edited By Moderator (getting by) : 5/29/2011 6:08:18 AM (GMT-6)

getting by
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   Posted 5/29/2011 6:12 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Jay,

I had to edit your post for content as we aren't allowed to discuss suicide on this forum. I am sorry that you are so down, but I don't know what the future holds. As far as I know, when it is over, it is over. NOthing after that. Though I believe in God, still, once life on this earth is over, there is nothing you can do about it. You don't come back. We are not to discuss religion on here either, so that has to end. The conversation that is.

I know that you have a lot of questions. People your age do. But the best thing I can tell you is to take this life one day at a time. Keep trying. If you aren't feeling right, see a doctor or a counselor. They can both get you back on track.

Best wishes, Hugs, Karen
Moderator-Depression and fibromyalgia

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