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    Am I broken?

    Don't worry about "posting too much" because we [I]want[/I] to help those who reach out for support and advice, no matter how many threads they make. So feel free to post and make as many threads as you need to until you are satisfied with the support and advice you receive on here. :)

    I don't think you are weak or broken. I think a lot of us who struggle with depression and negative thinking feel this way. I believe this actually makes us stronger and more human, we have our flaws that make each and every one of us an unique individual. Imagine if we all were perfect, no mental health conditions, no disabilities of any sort, or physical deformities? The world would be so boring!!

    If you ever need to reach out to talk or just want to vent, I am here. :hug:
    Posted November 10th 2018 at 06:25 PM by
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    .:Bibliophile:.'s Avatar

    Am I broken?

    I think you should post as much as you need. Don't worry about posting too much as there are a lot of people here who'd want to help.

    You say you aren't strong but you are. I think that anyone who deals with depression etc has to be strong. However, I think the depression and other issues have the tendency to make us feel weak.

    I don't think you are broken either. I feel broken a lot too but I try and remind myself that the brokenness that I feel isn't a true thing. I think we all have things in life that make us feel broken, mine was abuse I've had to deal with, while I'm not sure what has led to you feeling broken I think those things have probably led to you having a strength that you might not be able to see right now.

    Please hang in there, post as much as you need and feel free to message me if you need anything.
    Posted November 9th 2018 at 01:03 AM by .:Bibliophile:. .:Bibliophile:. is offline

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