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Give me a good reason to live? Topic: The sisters brothers trailer
June 21, 2019 / By Amaryllis
Question: Why should I live when my life is full of sorrow? I'm not gonna suicide, but my life is really annoying, what should I do? I hate my family, friends, school, almost everything. I hope I could change my whole life. Am I depressed? Thanks. To Miss Lovely: I have goals, but I think I'll never reach them, and it just makes everything worse To joedaplumber4sho: I've played WoW for 1 Year, I have a level 70 character, but it just ruined my life, never recommend it to anyone else. Thanks everyone for your answers, it's really hard to choose the best one
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Wallis Wallis | 9 days ago
People incorrectly see suicide as the only option when in reality it is the end of all options. The beautiful thing is that your life is what you make of it. Happiness is a choice. I work at a bank and most of the happiest people I meet are the ones that have the least. Family and love are two huge keys to happiness. It is amazing how quickly your life can change. Success is where preparation meets opportunity, so become in expert in what you love to do, then find a way to make money doing it. If you are not in a relationship, do not look for one. Love finds you, not the other way around. Hang around with people who have the life you want. If you hang out with pot smokers who live in trailers, you will most likely be a pot smoker living in a trailer. Not that all pot smokers are unsuccessful, it is just an illustration. Life is beautiful, be thankful for what you have and give to others. Giving your time is the most satisfying. I volunteer in the Big Brother Big Sister program and love making a difference. Good luck!
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Rudolph Rudolph
A good reason? Okay i've been here before, i've tried to take my own life.. & trust me it is not a way out, it makes things alot worse.. Now i'm happier than ever, i've got an amazing boyfriend, yes things go wrong but life is what you make it, take the good with the bad and rise above everything :).. When i felt down i tried new things, now i'm into bungee jumping and rock climbing, it kinda "free's" your mind if you get me.. I used to pray aswell, it's a good way to let it all out.. or just a nice long fresh walk can do the world of good.. So get out there & have fun, you've your whole life ahead of you, you will cross bridges (some bigger than others) but you have to be strong enough to pull through.. & i'm sure you are :) It's just a way of life.. Stay happy..x Ps. i've goals i've still not reached, lifes more fun that way, you need something to stimulate you.. it's all about one step at a time as nothing is impossible.. Look at the things you have.. not what you don't.. Compared to some people, you & i and everyone else on here is a lot better off.. i learnt to be grateful and work hard for what i have now.. x
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Mortimer Mortimer
The best reason I can give is that this kind of thing is transient. It passes. Most people go through times like this, where it seems like there can be no good in the world. Do things you enjoy, struggle on and above all SEEK HELP. If there is anyone you trust and can talk to, start with them. If there isn't (or even if there is), try telling a school counselor or psychologist how you're feeling. Keep your eyes open, and you'll see living proof that this time passes. Myself included. Good luck.
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Kelcey Kelcey
When I was 14, my boyfriend killed himself in front of me. A month later, a dear friend was killed in a car accident. My parents were alcoholics and I witnessed some pretty horrific scenes. At 21, my twin sister took her own life. A year later my father died. I was divorced by 23 due to a cheating, lying husband. My second year in college, I was diagnosed with cervical cancer. 3 months before college graduation, I was attacked in the street and was hospitalized, missing classes and causing me to not graduate, after putting myself through 4 years of hell. Shall I go on? There's more you know. A lot more! But I still enjoy the hell out of a good cup of coffee. The autumn makes me happier then I can explain. The smell of the mountains fill my spirit. My strength is my best friend. My ability to say, "Nothing is taking away my power" and mean it is my fortitude. And you do have power. Power to see the world anyway you choose. Power to decide the minute you wake up how you will react to whatever comes your way. So your life is annoying. So change it! You have that power too. Besides, who's life isn't annoying? If you want to focus on that, go ahead, but don't complain about it. Change your perspective! Don't miss out of the few seconds, the blink of an eye we call life. Go out and love someone. Stay in and learn to love yourself!
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Herbie Herbie
Yeah I feel that way too. But I know that if I get my butt out of bed I can go out to lunch, which will make me feel better. Then I can come home and work on my resume. Then I can apply for a job if I have the strength.. after getting a job, I can work on my skills as I'm able... after acquiring my skills I can use them to get a career with a nonprofit. So I live because I know I'll reach my goals even if my life is hell on the way there.
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Ella Ella
How Do You Know We're Alive? For All We Know This Could Be A Dream, Or False Reality Created/Dreamt Up By "God"?
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Chip Chip
I'm not gonna lie and just give you a reason, because I constantly ask myself the same thing. I think for me, my main motivation for living, is love. My bf, I love him and he's what i look forward to most of the time. Everything else is so screwed up and turbulent.
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Amasai Amasai
I once was in your shoes. You go through things that bring you sorrow and depression so you can come out on top. Live and learn from them and help other people. Don't give up, it will get better, have faith and believe. Prayer wouldn't hurt either :)
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Amasai Originally Answered: CAN ANYONE GIVE ME A GOOD REASON TO WORK AT CHUCK E CHEESE?
The other day a Chuck E Cheese was busted for underage alcohol sales. Good reason to work there : Left-over birthday cake.

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