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IIN to think about killing yourself 24/7, eventhough ur family loves u
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So, I constantly think about killing myself. I am depressed, have bulimia and self harm and I want to escape the pain. It doesn't make sense because my whole family loves me, and so do my friends, and I'm not abused? Is it normal to feel like this?
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Having support and love from family and friends doesn't mean you can't be depressed - but hopefully, they can help support you as you keep going.

I understand that you are in pain and that it all seems hopeless. I know that hurts more than you think you can bear...however, with treatment, this can change.

Look into psychologists in your area who specialise in depression, self harm and eating disorders. It isn't easy, and you may need to try different treatments and different psychologists before you find what works for you.

Good luck. I hope things change for the better for you soon.
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There's no actionable advice here. Just the 'consult your doctor' line. Here's a spoiler: they never do.
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@: bubsy
"Create stuff" is hardly "actionable", gypsy. Do you understand depression at all?

No. Clearly not. I imagine your next advice would be lose weight and put on make up.

Fact remains: no one here is equipped to give the treatment someone with mental health issues requires. If you think your BS is helpful, then you're completely deluded.

Interesting that, by your standards, no other comment on this question was worth you belittling - despite them being far less informative, yet delivering the same basic advice. Stick up your arse or something?
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You say it's Gypsy. But, I think the conspiracy is because of Boogers.
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If you ever go to sleep feeling the day was wasted, then you need to push yourself into creating things. We need to be constantly making progress towards our goals or we'll quickly end up hating ourselves.
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@: bubsy
...yeeaaah...OPs situation slightly more in need of actual help than your "psychology", gypsy.
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This is actionable advice. Instead of constantly targeting that particular account (for some unknown reason), perhaps you could share your own experience regarding your mental illness. Maybe it can help others?
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Me - sometimes reply to a few comments a particularly idiotic person says that are wrong.

You - creates hundreds of accounts specifically to attack me, with the occassional spam.

As for "sharing my experience" - I did. I'm sorry I have no information about your imaginary shit you project into me.
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Please get mental help.
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Lol I was gonna troll on this one too.
Go see a psychiatrist. You will be okay. You will feel better.
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You say "my whole family loves me," but we don't know the truth. We didn't see you grow up and can't vouch for your normal, stable, loving upbringing.

My advice is to avoid psychiatrists, who will try to push prescriptions on you. You don't need medicine. You need to talk and talk and talk about your feelings, reaching deep enough into your past to understand where your pain originates from. Often there's no single cause, but multiple factors occurring simultaneously.

See a psychologist, and insist on some kind of regular therapy.
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