Insecurity, Sadness, Anxiety, and such matters II:

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This is Troper Counseling Services and Support Group: round two because the old one broke.

In this thread, you can talk about any problems or stress you are experiencing without fear of judgement or condescension. No problem is too small for you to talk about. Do not worry that your problems are annoying or petty or what have you; we're here to help and we're here to listen.

Carry on.

edited 25th Jan '13 3:16:33 PM by Willbyr

40551 Indigo12ash10th Oct 2012 11:56:32 AM from Aperture Science
Dammit. My bi friend tried to kill herself again. *sobs*

edited 10th Oct '12 11:57:15 AM by Indigo12ash

Momentum, a function of mass and velocity, is conserved between portals. In layman's terms: speedy thing goes in, speedy thing comes out.
Sharysa- Oh no. I'm so sorry for your loss. I don't know what else to say... I'm sorry.
I'm just going to join in with the group of people saying that they're sorry to hear about that, Sharysa.

I'm also going to add that yes, you should take some time off.
40554 DiurnalBrocolli10th Oct 2012 01:30:29 PM from The Sunken Wawanakwa Island (SEND HELP!) , Relationship Status: Seeking boyfriend-free girl
Er, what?
Damn...

-Hugs Indi-
Moral of the Story: NEVER cheat at Dominoes.
Indigo- Is she okay now?
40556 Sharysa10th Oct 2012 01:39:37 PM from Alameda, CA , Relationship Status: Dancing with Captain Jack Harkness
The local bard
Thanks to everyone.

I think I'll just take off work, though.

If I just stop everything, I might relapse into depression or something.
40557 betterthanstrawberry10th Oct 2012 03:05:35 PM from back in the atmosphere.
Dreaming out loud.
Hating everyone and everything.
Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure Science.
40558 Exelixi10th Oct 2012 03:26:55 PM from Alchemist's workshop , Relationship Status: Armed with the Power of Love
Lesbarian
Taking time off helps some people. It doesn't others. If you feel you need to keep on going, keep on going. It's not up to anyone else.
Mura: -flips the bird to veterinary science with one hand and Euclidean geometry with the other-
40559 Sharysa10th Oct 2012 04:11:02 PM from Alameda, CA , Relationship Status: Dancing with Captain Jack Harkness
The local bard
So my director sent me home because I was going into shock right in front of him.

He said I can come back tomorrow.
40560 Indigo12ash10th Oct 2012 05:57:36 PM from Aperture Science
Hopeless: No.

But today I finally went in and talked to the counselor. First off, I talked to her again at lunch today. After today's conversation with her, I went to my Spanish teacher's classroom since his prep period is fourth and I don't have a class then. He wasn't in at the moment but I seriously just lost it. I was crying my eyes out and my awesome Spanish teacher walked in the room and we had a heart-to-heart.

Then he suggested for me to go talk to the school's counselor. Me and one of the school counselors talked and she expects a follow-up since I didn't tell the name of my friend. We're still thinking of a plan of action to help my friend.

I got a lot of frustration, stress and general anger out today at soccer since our coach told us to let out all of our emotions. It was a ton of running, but totally worth it. Most of us were crying by the end of practice.
Momentum, a function of mass and velocity, is conserved between portals. In layman's terms: speedy thing goes in, speedy thing comes out.
40561 Pyrite10th Oct 2012 07:06:54 PM from Right. Beneath. You. , Relationship Status: Hiding
Until further notice
It's good that you're getting somewhere with that action plan. Don't give up, okay?

edited 10th Oct '12 7:07:06 PM by Pyrite

Not a substitute for a formal medical consultation.
40562 Indigo12ash10th Oct 2012 07:17:38 PM from Aperture Science
It feels good to tell someone who can actually help. When I told my parents about my practice and how we let out our emotions and that most of the varsity girls were crying, my mom's response was a sarcastic "Wah" and my dad said, "Well maybe they were crying at the disappointing loss last night where they played like shit."

No. They did not play like shit. They played very well actually. We were up by one goal and in the last 11 seconds of the game (trust me I was doing the scoreboard, I know it was exactly 11), the other team scored. It went to OT and PKs and we only lost by one goal during the PKs.

One of the many reasons I don't trust my parents with anything anymore. Neither of them take emotions or pain seriously.

edited 10th Oct '12 7:18:30 PM by Indigo12ash

Momentum, a function of mass and velocity, is conserved between portals. In layman's terms: speedy thing goes in, speedy thing comes out.
Wow why would they say that? sad
Alt account of Angeldog 2437.
40564 Indigo12ash10th Oct 2012 07:48:37 PM from Aperture Science
No idea. They've never taken my feelings or my pain seriously.
Momentum, a function of mass and velocity, is conserved between portals. In layman's terms: speedy thing goes in, speedy thing comes out.
Oh no I'm sorry about them! sad
Alt account of Angeldog 2437.
Well, at least things seem to be going somewhere. My best wishes for you and your friend. I hope you both can get through that together. You're a really good friend, Indigo.
40567 Indigo12ash10th Oct 2012 08:34:37 PM from Aperture Science
Now... I need to talk to my friend about seeing the counselor as well. I hope she doesn't get too pissed off at me and then start distancing herself away from me. That's the next challenge. Here we go.
Momentum, a function of mass and velocity, is conserved between portals. In layman's terms: speedy thing goes in, speedy thing comes out.
Good luck, Indigo.
40569 Indigo12ash10th Oct 2012 08:44:05 PM from Aperture Science
Thank you, Hopeless. smile
Momentum, a function of mass and velocity, is conserved between portals. In layman's terms: speedy thing goes in, speedy thing comes out.
I also offer e-hugs, if you're interested.

-hugs-
40571 Indigo12ash10th Oct 2012 08:53:11 PM from Aperture Science
I love hugs. Both online and offline. *hugs back*
Momentum, a function of mass and velocity, is conserved between portals. In layman's terms: speedy thing goes in, speedy thing comes out.
40572 Sharysa11th Oct 2012 05:12:48 AM from Alameda, CA , Relationship Status: Dancing with Captain Jack Harkness
The local bard
I had about three hours of sleep and woke up an hour ago.

I don't think I ever actually TOLD my brother that I wanted to become an actor and get so famous I could fly everyone to Broadway whenever I wanted. It was always implied because why else would I study for a job with no money and long hours, but now I just keep listening to "Without You" on loop.

I kind of expected there'd be a song for how I'm feeling.

Just a couple more plays and I'm going to bed.
40573 Indigo12ash11th Oct 2012 07:13:07 AM from Aperture Science
*takes a deep breath* Alright, today's the day. Talking to my suicidal friend to have her get help. I hope this goes well and that's she's not too pissed off at me for telling the counselor yesterday.
Momentum, a function of mass and velocity, is conserved between portals. In layman's terms: speedy thing goes in, speedy thing comes out.
40574 LibrisDedita11th Oct 2012 07:17:36 AM from A land of queues. Still. , Relationship Status: Having tea with Cthulhu
Vivé la cuddlevolution!
Good luck, Indy.
"We are Libris. We will add your literary distinctiveness to our own. Collection is imminent. Resistance is futile." -Tuefel

PM box ope
40575 DiurnalBrocolli11th Oct 2012 10:20:55 AM from The Sunken Wawanakwa Island (SEND HELP!) , Relationship Status: Seeking boyfriend-free girl
Er, what?
Sigh...

Lost a good friend due to real life matters...

I won't say anymore about the manner, since I promised him I wouldn't.
Moral of the Story: NEVER cheat at Dominoes.

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