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A Sad Hello - May 28th 2015, 12:17 AM

Hi people, I just registered on this forum and I thought it would be nice just to open myself.

My name is Ardit and I'm 18.I live in Kosovo with my 3 sisters and my brother.6 months ago my father died, he was a kind man and tought me LIFE.By life I mean everything, how to live it and how to enjoy it.When I was 10 my mother died.At that time I was younger and didn't know things, but as my father died I fell into deep depression.I'm a successful Electronic Music DJ/Producer.I have many many friends but.. I don't show anybody my real face.The face that keeps me low and deep down I want to end this pain.I really want a girl who loves me and that I can take care of her.I see couples my age and I think, why not me?I never had that friend that I could talk to about EVERYTHING.Im like in deep depression but everyday I try to smile and be kind and stuff.I don't know what to do, im just tired of all this pain.Im just hoping that soulmate of mine comes and saves me from all this.
   
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Re: A Sad Hello - May 28th 2015, 02:50 AM

Hello welcome. I am sorry to hear about your dad passing I know how hard it can be to lose a loved one. All of us here on TH would love to listen and help you the best that we can. Even though I know it may not be the same don't be afraid to pm/vm. If you need to talk I will be here for you. stay strong and welcome to TH.
   
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Re: A Sad Hello - May 28th 2015, 04:26 AM

I feel that, because I'm totally there. I just joined today (granted, I'd been on this site before, a long time ago, but things have changed so much). I understand what you're going through. I know how hard it is to lose people you love. So if you ever need anything, feel free to hit me up.


it's just a spark, but it's enough to keep me going. and when it's dark out, no one's around, it keeps glowing.

the truth hurts but it hasn't stung enough to stop me.

see, you're just wasted and thinking 'bout the past again, darling, you'll be okay.

You are altogether beautiful, my darling, beautiful in every way. - song of songs 4:7
   
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Re: A Sad Hello - May 28th 2015, 05:17 PM

Welcome to the site. I'm very sorry for your loss and hope you do indeed find that soulmate you are searching for. Best wishes.
   
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Re: A Sad Hello - May 28th 2015, 07:58 PM

Welcome to teen help. I'm so sorry for your loss. Losing one parent is hard enough I can't imagine losing both at such young ages. You sound like s wonderful person and we need wonderful people in this world. I hope you find the person you've been looking for. And that this site helps you through the deep depression you're experiencing, even if just a soundboard.
   
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Re: A Sad Hello - May 28th 2015, 08:54 PM

thank you all, there's good people in this world and this forum has them all thank you.
   
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Re: A Sad Hello - May 29th 2015, 04:35 AM

Welcome to the team and I hope this site and the members here can give you some good support . It's what we're here for, and don't hesitate to come in whenever you need someone to talk to/advice or whatever the case may be .


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Re: A Sad Hello - May 30th 2015, 08:38 PM

Welcome to TeenHelp!

First, I'd like to say that I understand the urge to hide how you're feeling. I do this myself sometimes. At times I feel like people sympathizing with me just makes me feel worse whereas them acting normal around me brightens my mood. I also don't want to bring them down.

However, it is important to reach out to people, especially if you are feeling severely depressed. First, it's important to feel like you have people you can talk to and be yourself around. Everyone deserves help, a safe place, and a supportive and accepting community.

Also, ideally your friends should be people you feel comfortable reaching out to. Look at it this way: If your friend was the one going through a hard time, wouldn't you want them to tell you about it? Wouldn't you want to help them? Being there for one another is a natural part of friendship.

Second, if you don't open up to your friends, it's unlikely that they'll feel comfortable opening up to you either. So if you do open up to your friends, it can help deepen your friendships.

In terms of finding your soulmate, that would be great, but it's important that you know how to be happy on your own before you learn how to be happy with another person. Otherwise, the burden of keeping you happy falls to your partner, and that's a heavy load for your soulmate to bear. I've seen that kind of pressure and dependency ruin plenty of relationships that could've worked really well otherwise.

I'm not saying that you can't be happy in a relationship. I'm just saying that your main source of happiness should always be what you've got going on in your own life. That way, if your relationship ends, your life doesn't stop moving. For your own sake, as well your partner's, make sure the two of you are people who work well independently but even better together. That's one of the most important parts of a healthy relationship.

I can't imagine losing both parents at such young ages, and I think you're really strong. You should be proud of yourself for several reasons. First, it's really hard to be a DJ/producer at the professional level and make a decent living. So I bet you have a lot of talent. Second of all, the fact that you're able to continue working despite your loss, as well as the fact that you can put on a brave face for your friends, shows how stong a person you really are.

Again, I really encourage you to reach out to whoever you feel most comfortable with. Everyone deserves someone who listens. I also encourage you to go to counseling. A good therapist will listen. They will help you learn to deal with how you are feeling. Eventually, they will help you make these feelings more manageable and less of a main focus in your life, though of course you will always miss your father.

I'm sorry if the things I said about finding your soulmate sound harsh. I do not meant to hurt you. I am only trying to give advice because I am worried, and want what's best for you.

If you ever need someone to talk to, or just want to chat, feel free to PM me.
   
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