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I'm tired of my life?

I'm tired of my life? Topic: Best tool for problem solving
June 16, 2019 / By Dylan
Question: there are so many things happened in my life and I can't take it anymore. I have part time job tomorrow I'm not sure If I can make fake smile. I'm cashier so i have to smile. I've been depressed so many times but this is even worse. I feel like I can't breath. I can't smile, I can't think straight. I'm very miserable. help me don't tell me to go see counselor. I don't have time for that right now. it's not like they're gonna solve my problems. help me ...... Feder, no we don't have same problems. so don't tell me to stfu. I'm not just posting this because of little thing. I have nobody to talk to either.
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Buster Buster | 5 days ago
I'd guess you want a quick fix, so here it is go to that part time job ( yes U can do it) and fake that smile( yes U can do it ) and after U get off work that first time U will feel a little better, long term fix .....really go for the counselor,....no they won't solve your problems....but they will give you Tools to work with and U will solve your problems. Also do something to help some one else. Don't wait to be asked , see that some one needs help or even just a kind word and you be the one to give it, YES it will help you more then it will help them, REALLY. I have done this and it will bring me out of a depression. If I can help U email me, One last thing read the book " Battlefield of the Mind " by Joyce Myer. It will change you all 4 the better. good luck and I will keep U in my prays. YOU CAN DO THIS.
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Buster Originally Answered: I'm tired of my life?
I'd guess you want a quick fix, so here it is go to that part time job ( yes U can do it) and fake that smile( yes U can do it ) and after U get off work that first time U will feel a little better, long term fix .....really go for the counselor,....no they won't solve your problems....but they will give you Tools to work with and U will solve your problems. Also do something to help some one else. Don't wait to be asked , see that some one needs help or even just a kind word and you be the one to give it, YES it will help you more then it will help them, REALLY. I have done this and it will bring me out of a depression. If I can help U email me, One last thing read the book " Battlefield of the Mind " by Joyce Myer. It will change you all 4 the better. good luck and I will keep U in my prays. YOU CAN DO THIS.

Aldous Aldous
You need to take a step back and see where it is you want your life to be heading. The thing is once you do that you have to be the one to take action in order to make the change. You don't say your age or if you're in school still. I will answer this as if you are still a student since your job is part time.If you aren't happy with your current job then it is probably time to find another one. I know how hard it is to go into a job where you are constantly stressed and have to make like everything is fine because you have to greet people. I think that if you make some decisions about how you can improve your situation then you will feel better and when you act upon these decisions you will feel even better. Start tomorrow looking in the paper and seeing what is available. Then whatever else is going crazy in your life, try and find a solution for that...maybe its relationship trouble or maybe its classes, or whatever else it could possibly be that would stress you out. Maybe some of these other issues you could find someone to ask advice from, someone that you trust. Sometimes other people can see our situation we are in more clearer from their perspective. When you are sitting right in the middle of the problem it is like you are in the middle of the ocean fighting to keep your head above water but someone on the shore might see the life raft near you because they have a clear view from where they are...from their perspective or vantage point... now apply this to your life...you are floundering in the middle of your sea of troubles...that is why talking to someone else could help you to see a solution to your problems.... Well, I know I have written alot but I hope somehow I have been of some help..Good luck to you and don't give up...good things are just around the corner.
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Tahnee Tahnee
Buy a small notebook and a pen that you really like. How it writes, the way if feels, the color that comes out. Find something that you really enjoy ya know? Carry that book around with you. When you feel, see, hear, think something, something of importance to you and your ideas about your surroundings. Write it down. Even if its an hour later go back and read about it. See if you feel the same way about it. Write more about it. Think about what you can do to change the way, Plan out your options to the point where they make sense to you and do it. Enact your options and try something new. You want to be happy, but if doing the things that your used to doing doesn't make you happy if not content. Why keep on doing it. If you have time and have written enough down. Perhaps you can write a note and tap it to the book, drop it off at a counselers office door step and only include a return email. If that person sees something wrong they will respond.
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Reeta Reeta
I have been there many times, my friend. It seems trauma after trauma, but one thing I have learned is that every problem is temporary. You don't have to stress out about smiling all the time or what people think of you. There are many things that can help you overcome this depression and one is anti-depressants can help to take the edge off the feelings so that you can cope throughout the day. Meditation (or prayer) is another big impact that can help you. There is a book that I have been reading and it's called, "Your Aura and your chakras" by Karla Mclaren, she has many insightful tips to how to meditate, grounding yourself, and channeling your emotions. Logically it's your emotions that are taking you for the roller coaster ride and your mind cant go past those feelings. That is when hopelessness and negative thinking begins to stir and it can eat you alive. But there is hope, and the hope is all within you and God. Imagine if you will to say a personal prayer to God and giving him all your problems and feelings. Cry hard or get angry to release that poison in your heart and spirit. Then have a moment of peace to regroup.
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Reeta Originally Answered: Why am i ALWAYS tired?
Do you eat healthy? Try cutting out some candy, sugary energy drinks and desserts from your diet. Replace them with better foods like celery, carrots and apples. It's very important that you have a big breakfast, so wake up ten minutes early to insure you get the nutrition you need in the morning. Breakfast is suppose to be the biggest meal of the day, after all. Also, go to bed earlier. If you're in school do you're homework once you get home and hit the sack at eight or nine o'clock. Growing teens are actually suppose to get around ten hours of sleep while adults only need eight. If you can't fall asleep because of all the stuff you still have to do then make a list. Beside your bed put a pen and notepad so whenever you get an idea or remember something important you can write it down and forget about it. Just be sure to read it in the morning. I hope this helps. Good luck.

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