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Tears. Constantly falling. - May 29th 2010, 01:46 PM

I'm nearly always crying. Over nothing.

My parents tell me to do something = crying.
My friend telling me about her boyfriend = crying.
Seeing people at school = crying.
Teachers trying to help me = crying.

Everything. Everything leads to crying. It seems as though there is only pain. And I don't know how to handle it.

I guess this thread also leads into the SH forums too, since I've done that to try and get over it. I still do, but it's rarer now. I've tried one of the alternatives from the alternatives thread, but it was really hard. I drew a butterfly, a really elaborate one - i knew that if I tried to do a simple one, I'd cut through it in an instant, so I did one that took a lot of effort so I woluldn't need to destroy it. It had nearly faded, and then I had the urge. And I did it.

There's always been pain for me. I don't know why - but it seems as though no one cares.
To me, anyone in authority is a slave driver. And I'm the slave.

And I can't take it anymore.

I nearly took my life last night because the pain was too much. And I'm going on holiday tomorrow. The thought of sun, sand and swimming is not helping me at all.

Why is it always me who cries? One of my friends is also prone to deep sadness. I'm kind of empathetic, so I feel her pain. When she's angry, I feel like I have to defend her from whoever caused her the anger.

But I felt this way before I met her. I don't want to go to therapy. I don't want to open the old wounds that I've kept hidden away for years. I don't want to tell my parents. I don't want to do anything. I just want it to go away.

How can I get it all to go away?


No one cares about me.
So why should I care?

Allow me to close my eyes
One last final time.
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Re: Tears. Constantly falling. - May 30th 2010, 10:15 AM

Hey there.

Unfortunately, this is unlikely to go away by itself. That's why I'd really recommend talking to someone about it, as much as you don't want to; I think it could really help. I know it can seem like no one cares, but believe me, people do, and they'll want to help.

Being empathetic seems like a good thing at first, but, like you have, when you experience it very strongly, it can seem like a burden; which is why it's important that you take time out sometimes to care for yourself. Sometimes you just have to put yourself first, and have some time out.

With the alternatives, it really is a matter of trial and error. If you try one thing and it doesn't work, try another. Some of the things on the list may work for you, and others may not; it's a case of finding out which ones work for YOU.

It could be that there's an easy explanation for your emotional tendencies (ie crying), such as a medical issue, or it could be purely psychological. Either way, you're unlikely to be able to find out for sure without talking to a professional, so I advise you to do that.

Take care.


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