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Hopeless - May 23rd 2015, 09:57 PM

I need someone to talk to. Im hopeless. I just got in a fight with my dad and he said no one wants to be around me and he doesnt care anymore. Im feeling depressed and lonely
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Re: Hopeless - May 24th 2015, 04:20 AM

Sorry to hear about your argument with your dad. I think it's inexcusable for a parent to say something like that to their child, but I suppose sometimes our emotions get the better of us when we are upset. I hope the two of you have had the opportunity to talk since then.
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Re: Hopeless - May 24th 2015, 11:52 AM

Hey there,

I'm sorry to hear about your argument with your dad. We all say things in the heat of the moment and we all say things that we come to regret. Maybe this was one of those times? We all get frustrated and angry and parents can also say things they end up regretting.

I'm sorry to hear you're feeling so low right now. Maybe when things have calmed down a little you can speak to your dad and try to work things out. I'm sure he did not mean what he said and I'm sure the two of you are going to work things out.

You are not hopeless and I'm sure there are plenty of people in your life that want you around!

I wish you the best of luck.

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Re: Hopeless - May 24th 2015, 02:07 PM

I'm sorry that you had an argument with your dad. I think it's important for you to know that arguments with parents are quite normal and that sometimes while we are having arguments we can say things that actually we don't really mean. I know I've had arguments and said things that I don't actually mean and I know people who have done it to me too. Try and not to take what your dad said personally and maybe it would be a good idea to talk to him about the argument considering how its made you feel. That way he may think a little more before he speaks in the future which would be beneficial to you.

Just know that you aren't alone and we're all here for you. If you want to talk to us more then feel free too!


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Re: Hopeless - May 26th 2015, 11:28 AM

Im really sorry to hear about what happened arguments always happen and some times people say things in the heat of the moment. I would suggest you speak to your dad or another family member about how you are feeling because you shouldn't have to feel upset because you're an amazing person. Explain to your dad about how the argument made you feel so you guys can move on from what was said. I understand that this has upset you but you really need to explain your feelings to your dad because you don't want this to happen again.

Have you got another family member who you are able to talk to about the argument? I feel venting would be a good way of getting your frustration out they might even be able to help sort the argument out.

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