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Exclamation Going Down Hill Fast - October 13th 2012, 05:54 AM

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Today I nearly drowned and then when getting saved i seized. I got back to shore to see that my family was laughing at me. I am always the laughed at one. It is starting to make me upset. I just wish that I would have died in the water. Please help me ASAP, I need someone to talk to before I act.
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Re: Going Down Hill Fast - October 13th 2012, 07:57 AM

Hey there, feel free to PM me if you'd like to talk.
Your family shouldn't have been laughing, that is very serious and they should have been concerned.
Although, I sort of know the feeling, nearly drowned in a pool when I was four, the moment is still very vivid in my mind, I couldn't swim but I was tall enough to be able to stand on the bottom but in the middle it sloped down. I was feeling adventurous so I tried to see where it sloped but I slipped instead and nearly drowned. When I was pulled out (we were at a party for godsake's) and only my mum was worried, mum's flatmate which had saved me started yelling at me that I was an idiot for nearly drowning and all the guests were sniggering. So I do know how that feels to be made the object of ridicule in a serious moment.


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