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soph-soph27 04-19-2013 10:35 PM

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Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 452202)
:') Thank you.

A friend in need is a friend indeed, right? Sorry for my use corny and overused saying. No problem. As far as I'm concerned, you should have qualifications to be a friend. I've lost enough because they didn't fill out the form truthfully.

MaryElizabeth 04-19-2013 10:52 PM

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Originally Posted by AlgebraAddict (Post 452206)
BITCH SHE IS.

Not many people support my alleged goodness so enthusiastically. ^_^
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Originally Posted by soph-soph27 (Post 452213)
A friend in need is a friend indeed, right? Sorry for my use corny and overused saying. No problem. As far as I'm concerned, you should have qualifications to be a friend. I've lost enough because they didn't fill out the form truthfully.

A friend who appreciates sarcasm and is aware of cliches is a friend indeed.

LaurenM 04-19-2013 10:55 PM

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Originally Posted by rebecca (Post 452113)
KELPTOMANIA! It's like keltomania, kiltomania and of course, kleptomania. What are your thoughts on the latter topic?

Kleptomancy! KLEPTOMANCER GOGGLES.
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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 452115)
Yikes.
Well, good luck, but take breaks and keep your fluids up! ^_^

Thanks :P
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Originally Posted by BearWithAStrawberry (Post 452169)
yah, a friend is too much to ask for.
see ya

It isn't. Everybody deserves a friend as long as they want one.
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Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 452171)
I knew it. I knew it right from the start, when that shit came back. I snapped. I had a breakdown. I was able to wait until I wasn't in public, but I still broke down right in front of my mom and my sister. I said my sister was selfish for thinking that she was the only one who had hard times to go through. My mom got worried when she saw that I started to cry, but her asking what was wrong was the last thing I needed. My dad is the same. I just told him that I just want to fix things myself and I don't want pity, and he just thinks that it's only one thing. It's so many things that's tearing me down: being unnoticed and unremarkable; feeling repulsive to everyone; thinking--knowing that there's something wrong with me; knowing that I won't ever do anything memorable--being a fucking mother is my best chance; trying to fix anything I can, but all of it being futile; watching the rest of my family fall apart; feeling so utterly alone; feeling like I'm a freak; and then having all of these things thrown back at me.

And my sister wasn't phased by any of it. She just kept asking questions, arguing with me. It was better than pity, I guess, but I've learned that I shouldn't make assumptions about why she hides and feels terrible some days--she's gone through some shit. But why does she get that but not me?

It's just all gone to shit.

I know that about breakdowns :P I broke down in the car on Thursday.
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Originally Posted by HeatherB (Post 452199)
you deserve to feel great :3

thank you but i just.
therapy.
no.

thing is i don't really want to keep on going particularly if i have to keep seeing that woman

Therapy seems to make you worse than you were before. Tell your parents that you want a new one. Please.

soph-soph27 04-19-2013 11:07 PM

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Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 452219)
Not many people support my alleged goodness so enthusiastically. ^_^


A friend who appreciates sarcasm and is aware of cliches is a friend indeed.

That's better. See, that's why I like you. *shrugs*

rebecca 04-20-2013 01:50 AM

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Originally Posted by LaurenM (Post 452221)
Kleptomancy! KLEPTOMANCER GOGGLES.

Thanks :P

It isn't. Everybody deserves a friend as long as they want one.

I know that about breakdowns :P I broke down in the car on Thursday.


Therapy seems to make you worse than you were before. Tell your parents that you want a new one. Please.


I think I also understand about breakdowns. Like my freak outs. I had two underwater on Thursday.

MaryElizabeth 04-20-2013 08:57 AM

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Originally Posted by rebecca (Post 452274)
I think I also understand about breakdowns. Like my freak outs. I had two underwater on Thursday.

What happened? I can try to help. I don't have panic attacks that often, but mental breakdowns now seem to be an annual thing...

rebecca 04-20-2013 09:47 AM

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Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 452291)
What happened? I can try to help. I don't have panic attacks that often, but mental breakdowns now seem to be an annual thing...

My ears hurt because I had a cold and I couldn't equalise, so I panicked, and the instructor made a bunch of signs at me, but I got scared of her. People freak me out underwater. Then later I did something wrong, and both her and my mum were signing at me, creeping me out, so I tensed up. That instructor got in my face, way too close and stuff.

MaryElizabeth 04-20-2013 10:21 AM

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Originally Posted by rebecca (Post 452298)
My ears hurt because I had a cold and I couldn't equalise, so I panicked, and the instructor made a bunch of signs at me, but I got scared of her. People freak me out underwater. Then later I did something wrong, and both her and my mum were signing at me, creeping me out, so I tensed up. That instructor got in my face, way too close and stuff.

Were there any idiosyncracies that set you off?

rebecca 04-20-2013 11:03 AM

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Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 452303)
Were there any idiosyncracies that set you off?

People crowding me? Actually, it was mostly fear.

AlgebraAddict 04-20-2013 01:00 PM

I am so very hungry.

But I don't want to go downstairs because I am probably going to cry.


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