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wildwolf 11-22-2012 08:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Sandy (Post 366239)
That was me last year. I skipped a good third of the year and somehow passed with flying colours.
I'm not going to say you have to do good in school this year (you're in grade eight as I recall...?) since your marks aren't recorded for post secondary. Heck, by all means, as soon as you understand what they're talking about in class, skip, and then come back when they're talking about something new, if your parents let you. ._. Grade eight is horrible. It gets sooooo much better in highs school, especially in Pre-IB and IB, trust me. :/

My parents would never let me skip. Ever.
*sigh* I understand it, but it's just so... boring.
And the kids are mean to me.
I feel uninspired. I just don't give a sh!t anymore.

Ruza 11-23-2012 09:23 AM

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Originally Posted by wildwolf (Post 366250)
My parents would never let me skip. Ever.
*sigh* I understand it, but it's just so... boring.
And the kids are mean to me.
I feel uninspired. I just don't give a sh!t anymore.

Start giving a sh*t, then. You can't give up on something simply because others are putting you down. Do you really want to start letting your grades slip, then look back and realize that you're an awesome person who's smart and knows she can do better than that?
Yeah, school can be boring. But it isn't going to get less boring if you stop trying. That will cause it to get worse, and you might be placed in lower-level classes, which will be even more boring. School will get more difficult in high school.
You are smart, but that's useless if you don't work hard for your keep in life.

AlgebraAddict 11-23-2012 01:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wildwolf (Post 366250)
My parents would never let me skip. Ever.
*sigh* I understand it, but it's just so... boring.
And the kids are mean to me.
I feel uninspired. I just don't give a sh!t anymore.

"Be yourself, don't take anyone's sh*t, and never let them take you alive."

~Gerard Way


That's all you can do. Just know that you're probably the smartest kid in your grade and several grades above and that you can kick butt at whatever you try to do if you put your mind to it.

lvhamsters 11-23-2012 02:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DragonRider (Post 366107)
I hate parents.
So.
Much.
Because I made ONE sarcastic comment at dinner, ONE, she says 'You need help'. She then started shouting at me about how it was no wonder I was bullied if I'm constantly sarcastic. And that I'M the bully.
You have no idea, mum. I thought you were on my side.

That's horrible :O You need to tell them how you feel about it, even though it's easier said then done. Way easier. It's just not right.

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Originally Posted by chelseki3 (Post 366115)
Oh God, Oh God, Oh God.

I nearly died today. I'm not joking. My skirt literally touched the car as I ran across the road.
I told them I didn't want to go to the shop, but they kept on nagging me, and look what happened.
The driver got out of the car and shouted at me. Sad, right?

Oh my gosh O_O That. Is. Scary.

wildwolf 11-23-2012 03:57 PM

Leave me alone, Dad.
I don't need school friends... just leave me alone.
I'm fine. I don't need anyone. I like being alone.

HeatherB 11-23-2012 05:13 PM

Sometimes I just don't want to live anymore.
But then I remember school.
And music.
And happy shit.
And all that stuff.
And it makes it...
I don't know if it's worth it or not.
I want it to be worth it.
But it's been getting worse, and they don't understand me, and I need to express this better but lately I am just SHIT with words and my writing is craptastic and my mouth is sore as fuck so like IDK.
And yeah, I'm depressed, too.
So what?
So WHAT.
I was half-crying in front of my mom and she didn't notice.
In fact, no one really seems to notice.
It was REALLY bad yesterday.
Then I stopped feeling sorry for myself and stopped sniveling over my pathetic shit of a life.
Temporarily.
It's back, and... it's back. That's really all there is to it.
I really, really want to be happy.
But that's not working out right now.

HeatherB 11-23-2012 06:03 PM

Oh.
Oh okay.
So it's PERFECTLY fine for you to sigh and gripe when I don't move my things off of the kitchen table within two seconds of you asking? (And I'm not really exaggerating. If I'd been counting it would probably be around ten or fifteen.)
But then, when I sigh after explaining something for the fourth time that you still don't understand, I'm a bitch and a bad daughter and 'HEATHER, don't DO that, it's RUDE'--hahahahaha. Hah. HA.
I see how it is.
You fucking hypocrites.

Jesse 11-23-2012 06:20 PM

To P: I want to be mad at you for hating me, but then I wonder if you have a point. Either way, please go kill yourself.

AlgebraAddict 11-23-2012 06:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jesse (Post 366769)
To P: I want to be mad at you for hating me, but then I wonder if you have a point. Either way, please go kill yourself.


High five. I know the feeling.

HeatherB 11-23-2012 06:43 PM

When you say "thank you," I say "you're welcome." But what I want to say is "no, thank YOU." Because, you noticed. I did something right--for once--and you NOTICED that and took the time to appreciate the fact that hey, my daughter is not such a fucked-up little girl after all. And that helps.
Thank you.

wildwolf 11-23-2012 07:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HeatherB (Post 366755)
Oh.
Oh okay.
So it's PERFECTLY fine for you to sigh and gripe when I don't move my things off of the kitchen table within two seconds of you asking? (And I'm not really exaggerating. If I'd been counting it would probably be around ten or fifteen.)
But then, when I sigh after explaining something for the fourth time that you still don't understand, I'm a bitch and a bad daughter and 'HEATHER, don't DO that, it's RUDE'--hahahahaha. Hah. HA.
I see how it is.
You fucking hypocrites.

I know this feel.

HeatherB 11-23-2012 07:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wildwolf (Post 366827)
I know this feel.

I know it way too well for my liking.

HeatherB 11-23-2012 07:59 PM

...thing I found on a website LST gaveth to me. I've bolded the ones that I have.

Symptoms of depression


Everyone experiences depression in different ways, but there are feelings and behaviours that are common to depression. Some of the symptoms a person may experience include:

marks dropping
acting aggressive or disruptive (according to my teacher, but... he's being an asshole lately, so IDK)
having negative thoughts or feelings about themselves
taking more risks than they used to
withdrawing from friends and family
losing interest in things they previously enjoyed
having difficulty making decisions
having trouble concentrating
feeling irritable or angry
feeling helpless or hopeless
feeling anxious, nervous or restless
feeling sad or "down"
feeling guilty

changes in sleep patterns (e.g. having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep or wanting to sleep all the time)
changes in appetite (e.g. not wanting to eat much or wanting to eat all the time)
feeling more fatigued or tired
using drugs or alcohol to cope with moods
having thoughts about death or suicide


If I have four or five or more of these symptoms, I *may* have depression. So, um, joy.

wildwolf 11-23-2012 08:16 PM

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Originally Posted by HeatherB (Post 366845)
...thing I found on a website LST gaveth to me. I've bolded the ones that I have.

Symptoms of depression


Everyone experiences depression in different ways, but there are feelings and behaviours that are common to depression. Some of the symptoms a person may experience include:

marks dropping
acting aggressive or disruptive (according to my teacher, but... he's being an asshole lately, so IDK)
having negative thoughts or feelings about themselves
taking more risks than they used to
withdrawing from friends and family
losing interest in things they previously enjoyed
having difficulty making decisions
having trouble concentrating
feeling irritable or angry
feeling helpless or hopeless
feeling anxious, nervous or restless
feeling sad or "down"
feeling guilty

changes in sleep patterns (e.g. having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep or wanting to sleep all the time)
changes in appetite (e.g. not wanting to eat much or wanting to eat all the time)
feeling more fatigued or tired
using drugs or alcohol to cope with moods
having thoughts about death or suicide


If I have four or five or more of these symptoms, I *may* have depression. So, um, joy.

Almost everybody feels like this at some point.
It's frustrating, isn't it?
Depression is internalized anger. My suggestion would be to write, draw, talk to a friend (or us) about your feelings often to get it off your chest. Externalize that anger in a safe place, like a notebook.

Lily09 11-23-2012 08:30 PM

marks dropping
acting aggressive or disruptive
having negative thoughts or feelings about themselves
taking more risks than they used to

withdrawing from friends and family
losing interest in things they previously enjoyed
having difficulty making decisions
having trouble concentrating
feeling irritable or angry
feeling helpless or hopeless
feeling anxious, nervous or restless
feeling sad or "down"
feeling guilty
changes in sleep patterns (e.g. having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep or wanting to sleep all the time)
changes in appetite (e.g. not wanting to eat much or wanting to eat all the time)
feeling more fatigued or tired

using drugs or alcohol to cope with moods
having thoughts about death or suicide

Yeah, got this from Heather.

I'm going to act like it's nothing big.

11-23-2012 09:25 PM

I feel like I have this like...emptiness in me. Like, for some reason I can't be happy. I can laugh at jokes and smile and truly mean it, but then there's this one thing tugging on my heart. It's like....I don't even know. I mean, I have wonderful friends and family (even if they get on my nerves sometimes), I'm trying out for the dance team next year, I kind of know what I want to be when I grow up, I'm doing pretty good in school.

CALEIGH, Y U NO BE HAPPY?!?!?!

wildwolf 11-23-2012 10:16 PM


marks dropping
acting aggressive or disruptive

having negative thoughts or feelings about themselves
taking more risks than they used to
withdrawing from friends and family
losing interest in things they previously enjoyed

having difficulty making decisions
having trouble concentrating
feeling irritable or angry
feeling helpless or hopeless
feeling anxious, nervous or restless
feeling sad or "down"
feeling guilty

changes in sleep patterns (e.g. having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep or wanting to sleep all the time)
changes in appetite (e.g. not wanting to eat much or wanting to eat all the time)
feeling more fatigued or tired
using drugs or alcohol to cope with moods
having thoughts about death or suicide

...

maxi 11-23-2012 10:25 PM

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Originally Posted by wildwolf (Post 366927)

marks dropping
acting aggressive or disruptive

having negative thoughts or feelings about themselves
taking more risks than they used to
withdrawing from friends and family
losing interest in things they previously enjoyed

having difficulty making decisions
having trouble concentrating
feeling irritable or angry
feeling helpless or hopeless
feeling anxious, nervous or restless
feeling sad or "down"
feeling guilty

changes in sleep patterns (e.g. having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep or wanting to sleep all the time)
changes in appetite (e.g. not wanting to eat much or wanting to eat all the time)
feeling more fatigued or tired
using drugs or alcohol to cope with moods
having thoughts about death or suicide

...

*looks at last one*
O__________________________________________O NO. >__>

Lily09 11-23-2012 10:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 366857)
marks dropping
acting aggressive or disruptive
having negative thoughts or feelings about themselves
taking more risks than they used to

withdrawing from friends and family
losing interest in things they previously enjoyed
having difficulty making decisions
having trouble concentrating
feeling irritable or angry
feeling helpless or hopeless
feeling anxious, nervous or restless
feeling sad or "down"
feeling guilty
changes in sleep patterns (e.g. having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep or wanting to sleep all the time)
changes in appetite (e.g. not wanting to eat much or wanting to eat all the time)
feeling more fatigued or tired

using drugs or alcohol to cope with moods
having thoughts about death or suicide

Yeah, got this from Heather.

I'm going to act like it's nothing big.

I still can't believe I've got all but one symptom.

nngo 11-23-2012 10:36 PM

marks dropping Slightly? I think so.
acting aggressive or disruptive Slightly
having negative thoughts or feelings about themselves
taking more risks than they used to
withdrawing from friends and family
losing interest in things they previously enjoyed
having difficulty making decisions
having trouble concentrating

feeling irritable or angry Slightly
feeling helpless or hopeless
feeling anxious, nervous or restless

feeling sad or "down" Slightly
feeling guilty
changes in sleep patterns (e.g. having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep or wanting to sleep all the time)changes in appetite (e.g. not wanting to eat much or wanting to eat all the time) Sort of
feeling more fatigued or tired Sort of
using drugs or alcohol to cope with moods
having thoughts about death or suicide

Lily09 11-23-2012 10:37 PM

wow, we're pretty fked up.

nngo 11-23-2012 10:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 366932)
wow, we're pretty fked up.

We're writers, what can we say?

Lily09 11-23-2012 10:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nngo (Post 366933)
We're writers, what can we say?

Guess so .

TheAshWolf 11-23-2012 10:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wildwolf (Post 366927)

marks dropping
acting aggressive or disruptive

having negative thoughts or feelings about themselves
taking more risks than they used to
withdrawing from friends and family
losing interest in things they previously enjoyed

having difficulty making decisions
having trouble concentrating
feeling irritable or angry
feeling helpless or hopeless
feeling anxious, nervous or restless
feeling sad or "down"
feeling guilty

changes in sleep patterns (e.g. having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep or wanting to sleep all the time)
changes in appetite (e.g. not wanting to eat much or wanting to eat all the time)
feeling more fatigued or tired
using drugs or alcohol to cope with moods
having thoughts about death or suicide

...

;w; Camiiiiiiiiilllllllllle! *glomps*

Everybodeh's so sad. ._. My brain cannot take the sadness. And I have no idea how to help, other than this: I love all of you guys, and I know we all love each other. No matter what happens, we'll always be here for each other. *sickly-sweet Disney-esque music starts to play* e_e SHUT UP I'M BEING SERIOUS. *throws a rock at a random radio, killing the music* Anyway. ._. Yeah.

Even if you feel depressed, just try to be happy about the things you DO have. I'm not saying you should focus on all the starving children in Whereevertheheck-stan, since that typically just makes people feel worse. I mean....take a moment to just sit down in a place you like to be (your room, the library, a park, etc.), close your eyes for a moment, open them, and name off the colors you can see. Imagine what it'd be like if all you saw was black and white. That would make life SO much more depressing. Now imagine not being able to see. Try to focus on sounds. Play music you like but haven't heard in a while. Focus on the instruments being played. Try to identify each one. Go get some food, maybe something with a lot of ingredients like soup. Without looking at the label, smell it and try to guess each ingredient. Then taste it and guess again.

Just do anything that helps you to appreciate your senses. (That's not illegal of course. XD No drugs, no alcohol.)

Life is hard, sometimes. But it's not as bad as it seems if you just slow down for a bit and enjoy being alive. Keep in mind that cats and most other carnivores can't taste sweet. Know that dogs can't see green. Remember that moles are practically blind. Know that scientists can track a comet throughout the universe, and know where its going to be 5, 10, 15, 100 years from now, but...you probably had a dream last night. And scientists still aren't totally sure how or why you had that dream. And yet, it happened anyway. ;)

nngo 11-23-2012 10:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 366935)
;w; Camiiiiiiiiilllllllllle! *glomps*

Everybodeh's so sad. ._. My brain cannot take the sadness. And I have no idea how to help, other than this: I love all of you guys, and I know we all love each other. No matter what happens, we'll always be here for each other. *sickly-sweet Disney-esque music starts to play* e_e SHUT UP I'M BEING SERIOUS. *throws a rock at a random radio, killing the music* Anyway. ._. Yeah.

Even if you feel depressed, just try to be happy about the things you DO have. I'm not saying you should focus on all the starving children in Whereevertheheck-stan, since that typically just makes people feel worse. I mean....take a moment to just sit down in a place you like to be (your room, the library, a park, etc.), close your eyes for a moment, open them, and name off the colors you can see. Imagine what it'd be like if all you saw was black and white. That would make life SO much more depressing. Now imagine not being able to see. Try to focus on sounds. Play music you like but haven't heard in a while. Focus on the instruments being played. Try to identify each one. Go get some food, maybe something with a lot of ingredients like soup. Without looking at the label, smell it and try to guess each ingredient. Then taste it and guess again.

Just do anything that helps you to appreciate your senses. (That's not illegal of course. XD No drugs, no alcohol.)

Life is hard, sometimes. But it's not as bad as it seems if you just slow down for a bit and enjoy being alive. Keep in mind that cats and most other carnivores can't taste sweet. Know that dogs can't see green. Remember that moles are practically blind. Know that scientists can track a comet throughout the universe, and know where its going to be 5, 10, 15, 100 years from now, but...you probably had a dream last night. And scientists still aren't totally sure how or why you had that dream. And yet, it happened anyway. ;)

That's what I try. It generally works.. but a sad fact is that during serious depression, music cannot be appreciated and neither can movies. I am avidly frightened of depression, because I believe that is where I am going wrong in my writing productivity. Depression usually reduces creativity and more angry venting poems. Angry venting poems usually suck. So.
Studies have linked creativity to depression and bipolar disorder. So that is possibly why writers are often caught with this plague.

maxi 11-23-2012 10:57 PM

Why? It is a question I am worth asking; you need a reason to have that possibility, M and C. Why? Why? Why? Why? ._. My friends; they’re not my friends any more because they have such things as called “girlfriends” and “boyfriends”. And, they are going on dates… <:^C WE ARE IN FREAKING GRADE SIX! Even people who are in Grade 5 are dating and they are friggin ten year olds. What the heck has gone on with life? What are these people; who are these people; what do they want? C is going out with M; oh, how lovely. Now, get back to your desk before I yell at both of you since both of you are my friends. Both of you were friends; not anything more than that. Calm down on the hugging and the maturity; you have more in your lives to look forward to than “dating” each other or whatever it is you call it, idiots. You aren’t even my friends anymore because of this and I don’t get why; some people are dating in Grade 4. What the heck is this nonsense? I mean, I know I like someone. But not more than a friend now. She is nice, a good friend but yeah, she is nothing else than that so calm down with whatever the heck you are doing. Stop hugging, kissing, dating, loving each other. Start off as friends, then when you get into about Year 10, start dating because this—this is just a waste of crappy time in my life to hear rumours about it. I hate you all that aren’t my friends since you are dating people I don’t even know! ^_^ I have nobody as friends except those younger peeps. Bye now! =______=
GOD. >_>

TheAshWolf 11-23-2012 11:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nngo (Post 366936)
That's what I try. It generally works.. but a sad fact is that during serious depression, music cannot be appreciated and neither can movies. I am avidly frightened of depression, because I believe that is where I am going wrong in my writing productivity. Depression usually reduces creativity and more angry venting poems. Angry venting poems usually suck. So.
Studies have linked creativity to depression and bipolar disorder. So that is possibly why writers are often caught with this plague.

True. :^| Chronic depression IS caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain, so, no matter what you do, the depression is still going to be there. *le has been living with people with chronic depression all my life* Temporary depression can be just as tricky, too. And yes, depression sometimes equals either Bipolar I or Bipolar II, which goes hand in hand in all kinds of emotions, and writers are typically very emotional people...so... x_x Yup.

TheAshWolf 11-23-2012 11:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by maxi (Post 366937)
Why? It is a question I am worth asking; you need a reason to have that possibility, M and C. Why? Why? Why? Why? ._. My friends; they’re not my friends any more because they have such things as called “girlfriends” and “boyfriends”. And, they are going on dates… <:^C WE ARE IN FREAKING GRADE SIX! Even people who are in Grade 5 are dating and they are friggin ten year olds. What the heck has gone on with life? What are these people; who are these people; what do they want? C is going out with M; oh, how lovely. Now, get back to your desk before I yell at both of you since both of you are my friends. Both of you were friends; not anything more than that. Calm down on the hugging and the maturity; you have more in your lives to look forward to than “dating” each other or whatever it is you call it, idiots. You aren’t even my friends anymore because of this and I don’t get why; some people are dating in Grade 4. What the heck is this nonsense? I mean, I know I like someone. But not more than a friend now. She is nice, a good friend but yeah, she is nothing else than that so calm down with whatever the heck you are doing. Stop hugging, kissing, dating, loving each other. Start off as friends, then when you get into about Year 10, start dating because this—this is just a waste of crappy time in my life to hear rumours about it. I hate you all that aren’t my friends since you are dating people I don’t even know! ^_^ I have nobody as friends except those younger peeps. Bye now! =______=
GOD. >_>

That's the thing, Max. ._. They don't REALLY love each other. Yes, they might love each other as friends, but they're still just children, and their brain chemistry is still changing, so it's next to impossible that they're ACTUALLY in love.

I feel your pain, buddy. x_x Today's world is downright insane. The media keeps telling younger and younger kids that dating is great and to follow your heart no matter what anyone else says, no matter how old you are. But that just isn't true. Dating is complicated. It's not recreation. Dating is SUPPOSED to be about trying to find someone you want to spend the rest of your life with. It's not some kind of selfish game. Following your heart is great, but if people who are more experienced than you tells you what you're doing is wrong, THEN YOU'RE MOST LIKELY WRONG, SO STOP WHATEVER IT IS YOU'RE DOING. e_e

I'm glad to know that you at least have the sense to recognize that all this kid dating nonsense is what it is, Max. <:^/ I know I don't have to tell you this, but, try not to ever give into the peer pressure of dating so early. They might LOOK happy, but they're not. They're confused and upset, even more so than you might be. That behavior is not normal, even though the media makes it look like it is.

maxi 11-23-2012 11:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 366941)
That's the thing, Max. ._. They don't REALLY love each other. Yes, they might love each other as friends, but they're still just children, and their brain chemistry is still changing, so it's next to impossible that they're ACTUALLY in love.

I feel your pain, buddy. x_x Today's world is downright insane. The media keeps telling younger and younger kids that dating is great and to follow your heart no matter what anyone else says, no matter how old you are. But that just isn't true. Dating is complicated. It's not recreation. Dating is SUPPOSED to be about trying to find someone you want to spend the rest of your life with. It's not some kind of selfish game. Following your heart is great, but if people who are more experienced than you tells you what you're doing is wrong, THEN YOU'RE MOST LIKELY WRONG, SO STOP WHATEVER IT IS YOU'RE DOING. e_e

I'm glad to know that you at least have the sense to recognize that all this kid dating nonsense is what it is, Max. <:^/ I know I don't have to tell you this, but, try not to ever give into the peer pressure of dating so early. They might LOOK happy, but they're not. They're confused and upset, even more so than you might be. That behavior is not normal, even though the media makes it look like it is.

Ash, they just need to stop. e_e

TheAshWolf 11-23-2012 11:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by maxi (Post 366942)
Ash, they just need to stop. e_e

O_e They do. But they won't, since they're all nothing but little monkeys that do what they see all the other little monkeys are doing. ._.

maxi 11-23-2012 11:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 366943)
O_e They do. But they won't, since they're all nothing but little monkeys that do what they see all the other little monkeys are doing. ._.

Flix: Monkey see monkey do, I suppose.
Me: Get out, this is my annoyance time! :mad:

Rockshadow 11-24-2012 12:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Caleigh (Post 366910)
I feel like I have this like...emptiness in me. Like, for some reason I can't be happy. I can laugh at jokes and smile and truly mean it, but then there's this one thing tugging on my heart. It's like....I don't even know. I mean, I have wonderful friends and family (even if they get on my nerves sometimes), I'm trying out for the dance team next year, I kind of know what I want to be when I grow up, I'm doing pretty good in school.

CALEIGH, Y U NO BE HAPPY?!?!?!

I know how you feel. It's just hormones. It'll go away.

EmmaR 11-24-2012 12:30 AM

CRAP.
Amayzing Mayzie hurts my voice.
POOPIE POOPIE POOP POOP.

LaurenM 11-24-2012 12:58 AM


marks dropping
(ish)
acting aggressive or disruptive (I feel it)
having negative thoughts or feelings about themselves
taking more risks than they used to (I always take risks..so)
withdrawing from friends and family (mostly family)
losing interest in things they previously enjoyed (occasionally, though it hasn't completely recovered)
having difficulty making decisions
having trouble concentrating (Yes, even with Game of Thrones)
feeling irritable or angry
feeling helpless or hopeless
feeling anxious, nervous or restless (sometimes)
feeling sad or "down
feeling guilty
changes in sleep patterns (e.g. having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep or wanting to sleep all the time) (The last one)
changes in appetite (e.g. not wanting to eat much or wanting to eat all the time)
feeling more fatigued or tired
using drugs or alcohol to cope with moods
having thoughts about death or suicide

LaurenM 11-24-2012 12:58 AM

I have more than I thought I would have.

Lily09 11-24-2012 01:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LaurenM (Post 366959)
I have more than I thought I would have.

Me too.
10ch

shadowtide 11-24-2012 02:59 AM

Apparently I seem "always happy".
Yeah… I'm usually really hyper and cheerful. How I feel doesn't really affect how I act… except sometimes when I start crying and hide in the bathroom and I can't stop and then after that I start crying again at every tiny thing. But other than that… I'm random and hyper and I don't take things seriously and I act happy and yeah.
And that's what I want people to see and think, right? Besides, that's who I am. So no problem, it's all good.

LaurenM 11-24-2012 05:08 AM

I am kind of creeped out by my classmate Katrina, who thinks I'm amazing because I will soon publish. It's aggravating as well.

maxi 11-24-2012 05:11 AM

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Originally Posted by LaurenM (Post 366979)
I am kind of creeped out by my classmate Katrina, who thinks I'm amazing because I will soon publish. It's aggravating as well.

You're publishing? It's really anxious, waiting. How long until it will be in stores and is this Falling Maple leaves?

LaurenM 11-24-2012 07:22 AM

No, I just bought the publishing package because the price's going up. It will be Falling Maple Leaves.


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