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V0dka

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I just recently made this account because I'm not sure where else to express my feelings anonymously so pardon me.
Recently I have been going through depression from seeing how the world is becoming more insane as time goes on. From Antifa, #metoo, MSM lies, censorship, LGBT and all that stuff. Meanwhile good people are punished for speaking out and telling truths. Everyday, I see the same shit happen again and again and again how these insane people on the left can do all these grotesque things and defend it. Recently I learnt about the incident in Oldham where a group Islamics went and attacked Tommy Robbinson's campaign that has women and children. Not only that, they were escorted there across the country by the police, the people that are supposed to enforce the law and the let this happen. And then of course MSM twisted the story to make Tommy Robbinson's campaign responsible for the violence. I'm so afraid of shit like this. It's like logic and reason no longer exist in this world. The more and more I hear stories like this, my outlook on life has turned from once optimistic to depression. I feel so insecure about life that things that I used to enjoy I find less in doing.
Once again pardon me for writing this here. Perhaps I need to see a psychologist
Billions of people have died, been maimed and raped, massacred before you were even born. Humanity isn't changing, they will what they've always done, regardless. You are letting your perceptions of the world influence you. Ignorance is bliss. If you are simply depressed I'd advise, walking at least 1 mile every day, eating well, having a good sleep pattern, working, either on a job or hobby in free time, keeping the brain occupied helps avoid the mind ruminating that manifests in the typical depression.

If you have a major genetic depressive disorder, only prescription drugs will take the edge off. Pain medication will help with emotional numbness that's typically converted into physical chronic pain. You will never feel how you once were however.
 

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kadoink

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Your just realizing how the world really is. This crazy shit goes on all the time, you just got to maintain your sense of self is all. People who get swept up in all the non stop political drama shit and PC faggotry are the ones who are going to suffer the most when they snap out of the nonsense. Give them their space and laugh at them like the rest of us do while we weeb out and shitpost.
 
I just recently made this account because I'm not sure where else to express my feelings anonymously so pardon me.
Recently I have been going through depression from seeing how the world is becoming more insane as time goes on. From Antifa, #metoo, MSM lies, censorship, LGBT and all that stuff. Meanwhile good people are punished for speaking out and telling truths. Everyday, I see the same shit happen again and again and again how these insane people on the left can do all these grotesque things and defend it. Recently I learnt about the incident in Oldham where a group Islamics went and attacked Tommy Robbinson's campaign that has women and children. Not only that, they were escorted there across the country by the police, the people that are supposed to enforce the law and the let this happen. And then of course MSM twisted the story to make Tommy Robbinson's campaign responsible for the violence. I'm so afraid of shit like this. It's like logic and reason no longer exist in this world. The more and more I hear stories like this, my outlook on life has turned from once optimistic to depression. I feel so insecure about life that things that I used to enjoy I find less in doing.
Once again pardon me for writing this here. Perhaps I need to see a psychologist
You're probably a troll, but in the event you aren't.

So a bit of life advice.

1) Don't sweat the things that you have no control over. As much as it's important to have an opinion on the things that go on around you in your world, and also to try and find people of a like mind, life is full of conflict and strife, it's what makes us human. At the same time, focusing on what is important and what you can change will infinitely improve your life more than worrying about things of which you cannot have any control over.

2) Find an organisation, a hobby, and a religion. It can be anything.

There are obviously better hobbies, better religions, better organisations, but find one that fits your interests and that there is a shared common value. Also organize your life, and try to volunteer a little or lend some help, it will help you build connections in the real world, and also build a social support system as well as get you out of the house. Don't worry if you don't make connections right away, if you are polite and show up and have fun, eventually people will accept you, and you might even make some close friends.

3) Focus on self improvement. Not the shitty self improvement bullshit people try to do to sell you their books or programs, but actual intentional self improvement. We shifted from the 1800's and mid 1900s to this quick fix outlook, where as the traditional outlook was a lifelong journey to self improvement.

Once you realize that anything worth having will require work and effort, you begin to change your priorities and with any luck begin to accumulate the things in life that will actually make you happier in a meaningful sense.

(Happiness fyi doesn't exist, it is something that we conjure up from memory as a bullet point of summary of times when we were experiencing periods of excitement and prolonged contentment or joy. Instead you will need to focus on improving your life incrementally and finding contentment, contentment is what we distill into the idea of happiness.)

4) Try to find hobbies which you build a) skills in incrementally b) have goals you can pursue c) will allow you to teach to other people.

This can be anything, however I would suggest that you try to get yourself access to some higher education doing something you enjoy and can meet people at. Go into things understanding that you won't know everything and won't get everything right away, but it's about the experience of it, and incremental improvement where you gain satisfaction.

Learning and applying yourself to a course. Taking dancing lessons and getting better. Taking up a martial art or weight lifting. Learn to shoot! Be willing to try new things even if they make you uncomfortable. It needs to be, if you are actually challenging yourself.

(Some uncommon wisdom. There will always be someone, bigger, faster, smarter than you. If you were this you wouldn't be reading this right now. So accept you aren't going to be that, and try not to be that, judge yourself and push yourself by your improvements, not the people around you. Let them inspire you to do better, but don't let your mind start planting doubts. You just need to accept and let go. It's about your own self improvement.)

5) Get mental help if you need it. There are support systems in place, and if you need help then be willing to receive it and follow the advice given to you absolutely. Even if it means restructuring things in your life, do it. Obviously try to avoid medication if possible, but if not take it and follow the prescription.

6) Study up on preparation and start getting into that mind set, learn some survival skills and keep a reasonable stockpile of items and a plan for a situation, should anything go wrong. It will give you peace of mind.

7) Learn how to grow things and keep a garden. It's really is a rewarding process and the best part is, is that it not only gives a sense of satisfaction, but it also allows you to see progress and plan accordingly over time.

8) Go on at least one long hike 15 miles or so every 3 months. The physiological benefits aside, the psychological effects are amazing. I recommend not listening to music for the first time or two.

9) Enjoy the ride. You're not perfect. You never will be. Focus on good. Be willing to fight for what you believe in.

That being said if you are a troll. Then watch the Room.
 

Fools Idol

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You keep saying things like "I see", but how much of this stuff is your own experience? Just because MSM lies though it's back teeth, doesn't people on social media don't also lie and exaggerate. The world isn't falling apart at the seams, it's mostly fine. If you want to cure your depression, then start lifting.
Also Tommy Robinson is controlled opposition.
 
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Piss

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You're probably a troll, but in the event you aren't.

So a bit of life advice.

1) Don't sweat the things that you have no control over. As much as it's important to have an opinion on the things that go on around you in your world, and also to try and find people of a like mind, life is full of conflict and strife, it's what makes us human. At the same time, focusing on what is important and what you can change will infinitely improve your life more than worrying about things of which you cannot have any control over.

2) Find an organisation, a hobby, and a religion. It can be anything.

There are obviously better hobbies, better religions, better organisations, but find one that fits your interests and that there is a shared common value. Also organize your life, and try to volunteer a little or lend some help, it will help you build connections in the real world, and also build a social support system as well as get you out of the house. Don't worry if you don't make connections right away, if you are polite and show up and have fun, eventually people will accept you, and you might even make some close friends.

3) Focus on self improvement. Not the shitty self improvement bullshit people try to do to sell you their books or programs, but actual intentional self improvement. We shifted from the 1800's and mid 1900s to this quick fix outlook, where as the traditional outlook was a lifelong journey to self improvement.

Once you realize that anything worth having will require work and effort, you begin to change your priorities and with any luck begin to accumulate the things in life that will actually make you happier in a meaningful sense.

(Happiness fyi doesn't exist, it is something that we conjure up from memory as a bullet point of summary of times when we were experiencing periods of excitement and prolonged contentment or joy. Instead you will need to focus on improving your life incrementally and finding contentment, contentment is what we distill into the idea of happiness.)

4) Try to find hobbies which you build a) skills in incrementally b) have goals you can pursue c) will allow you to teach to other people.

This can be anything, however I would suggest that you try to get yourself access to some higher education doing something you enjoy and can meet people at. Go into things understanding that you won't know everything and won't get everything right away, but it's about the experience of it, and incremental improvement where you gain satisfaction.

Learning and applying yourself to a course. Taking dancing lessons and getting better. Taking up a martial art or weight lifting. Learn to shoot! Be willing to try new things even if they make you uncomfortable. It needs to be, if you are actually challenging yourself.

(Some uncommon wisdom. There will always be someone, bigger, faster, smarter than you. If you were this you wouldn't be reading this right now. So accept you aren't going to be that, and try not to be that, judge yourself and push yourself by your improvements, not the people around you. Let them inspire you to do better, but don't let your mind start planting doubts. You just need to accept and let go. It's about your own self improvement.)

5) Get mental help if you need it. There are support systems in place, and if you need help then be willing to receive it and follow the advice given to you absolutely. Even if it means restructuring things in your life, do it. Obviously try to avoid medication if possible, but if not take it and follow the prescription.

6) Study up on preparation and start getting into that mind set, learn some survival skills and keep a reasonable stockpile of items and a plan for a situation, should anything go wrong. It will give you peace of mind.

7) Learn how to grow things and keep a garden. It's really is a rewarding process and the best part is, is that it not only gives a sense of satisfaction, but it also allows you to see progress and plan accordingly over time.

8) Go on at least one long hike 15 miles or so every 3 months. The physiological benefits aside, the psychological effects are amazing. I recommend not listening to music for the first time or two.

9) Enjoy the ride. You're not perfect. You never will be. Focus on good. Be willing to fight for what you believe in.

That being said if you are a troll. Then watch the Room.
That is astoundingly good advice and I'm saving that post to a .txt file
 

FroggyMan

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Some actual advice.

  1. Don't use social media. Specifically don't follow people that post about politics.
  2. Get a hobby. It can be literally anything save for illegal shit. It'll take your mind off of the world for a while.
  3. Get some exercise, even if it's just a walk around the block at 2:00 in the afternoon.
  4. Go out and meet some people. Friends make people feel less lonely.
  5. Fix your beliefs. While you're entitled to your own opinion, that doesn't mean that you're going to win any friends with your current beliefs.
There we go.
 
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Niggernerd

Idolm@ster has all my big tiddy waifus
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Faith is a fickle mistress.
As the world is a bastard.
Just throw it all away.
 

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Just remember that you have been blessed with living in the same time period as me. I’m really that awesome. Also, I’m super gorgeous and you’d probably want to date me if you saw me irl.

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Locomotive Derangement

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They go well with alcohol, is what I'm saying
Maybe check and make sure they aren't the liver-eating acetominophine variety.

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