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Hello, it's me again. - August 11th 2010, 05:25 AM

Well my the only helpful advice my last phyciatrist told me was to keep track of my feelings and see what te problem is. Well i have no clue what the problem is. All i know is , i want to get high and drunk and go into a coma or something maybe worse. Everyone stabbed me in the back and its gonna be teh same til i die, which may be sooner than i thought. I wish killing people including myself was legal. Can't they also find a way to erase memories in peoples minds, and if not , how many drugs will i have to do to forget those thoughts? Too much on my mind, and that bottle full of pills to overdose on keeps calling my name. And every night it becomes more and more tempting =/
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Re: Hello, it's me again. - August 12th 2010, 01:59 AM

Hey there,

I think your psychiatrist wanted you to keep track of your feelings so that with time you can figure out what the problem is. It is not something that will go away with the snap of a finger but if you tap into your feelings and really understand them you might start to figure out what the problem is.

Have you ever considered journaling? I know that some people find it helpful in tapping into their feelings and figuring out what the problem is. I know that journaling helps me immensely.

If you do journal remember that it does not have to be done perfectly and you don't have to over think what you want to write about. I find that writing whatever comes to mind works best. I will set a time limit of how long I need to write in my journal for, usually ten minutes, and then I will start writing. Of course if I want to go over the ten minutes I can but if I have a set time limit it seems to help me get started.

With time you might start tapping into the way you are feeling and eventually be able to figure out why you are feeling so low.

As for memories; I don't think there is anything that can make them go away but if you deal with the memories you are having and come to terms with them the effects they are having on your life will not be as intense.

Of course drugs and alcohol might give you a sense of relief from them but the moment the high wears off they come right back and sometimes they come back with a vengence. Instead of running away from the things that are bothering you why don't you open up about them and ask your psychiatrist for some help in dealing with them? While opening up about things from the past can be difficult it can really help you come to terms with it all.

As for harming yourself or others; I know that with time and support and help from doctors and others in your life those urges will die down. However, if you are in immediate danger of acting upon them please seek out your local police station, ambulance or hospital. They will ensure that you stay safe and others stay safe and that you get the help that you deserve.

I hope this helped and if you need anything please feel free to pm me.


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Re: Hello, it's me again. - August 12th 2010, 07:39 AM

Silver Seven. I know how it feels to get stabbed in the back, espically by the people that meant the most to you. But violence is never the option. Just try to talk it out. Having a negative insight in live, really affects you (believe me, i been down this path). But just think positive, don't let people that bring you down get to you.

Your having those negative thoughts (drinking, goin into coma) because of how you think about it. Try to be positive in life and things will get better, and those urges will go away.

I agree with the person above me, why don't you try to write down your feelings in a journal, that's like a two-for-one. because you get vent your problems into writing, and hopefully with all your journals you can find your problems and thus tell them to your phychologist for personalized help

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Re: Hello, it's me again. - August 12th 2010, 11:57 PM

I've tried journaling, but the phrase "negativity breeds negativity" really applies well to the way i journal, when i get angry or depressed it really snowballs for me, its just like fighting fire with fire for me. I tried showing my psychologist what I wrote but he got scared and he called security on me and i refuse to see him again. There really isn't much else to try =/
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Re: Hello, it's me again. - August 12th 2010, 11:58 PM

And thanks , I appreciate your guy's help.
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