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#102 - uhm, Hitler thought he was genuinely helping people. He was to… 07/07/2013 on Well put +2
#85 - Unless you've been suicidal you can't talk **** about people w…  [+] (21 new replies) 07/07/2013 on Well put +48
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#159 - anon (07/07/2013) [-]
whmm just like 4 post ago funnyjunk where bashing on fat people according to your logic they are wrong but where was this comment then? oh i see you're just following the bandwagon like every retard on funnyjunk
#94 - anon (07/07/2013) [-]
Unless you've been genocidal you can't talk shit about people who try to exterminate people, and you can't talk shit about people with homicidal tendencies or rage issues unless you've experienced it.
Fuck any of you who legitimately think it's okay to tell someone who's that upset that they're a tyrant.
Patronizing someone and belittling their feelings is a shit thing to do, whoever you are. You don't know what it's like to be them, no matter what they're going through.
"You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view, until you climb in his skin and walk around in it."
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#102 - HorriblyCrazy (07/07/2013) [-]
uhm, Hitler thought he was genuinely helping people. He was totally fucking wrong and should have been tortured for all of eternity, but he wasn't thinking logically. Nobody who's able to think logically kills 6 million people.
People with homicidal tendencies often have mental illnesses or didn't receive enough oxygen during birth.
I'm not saying that these are excuses, but there are reasons behind actions and feelings, silly anon, and they must be taken into consideration.

Step outside of your little box.
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#89 - zzforrest (07/07/2013) [-]
This, this, a million times this. I get really angry when people act like anybody sad or considering or attempting suicide is just a faggot who should grow up. Just because somebody else has it worse doesn't mean you can't have it bad either, plus nobody ever considers the fact that there are mental disorders out there. One guy I knew literally didn't know that depression was a mental illness until he graduated highschool.
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#172 - captainfuckitall (07/07/2013) [-]
That's not the problem. The problem is that all these people who tend to talk about how shitty their lives are do next to nothing in order to improve it. Lets take overweight people for example, I knew some overweight people that were so picked on due to their weight that they killed themselves, and in the final note wrote "I tried everything to lose weight", yet I had never once seen them go to a gym (Despite offering to take them: I am overweight as well and want to lose it), and every lunch they just ate the most disgusting, fattening foods. These people were so depressed that they were willing to kill themselves, but they were NOT willing to work out, eat right, and actually try to lose the weight. Do I feel bad about it? Not one single bit. I understand that it's easier to wallow in your own self-pity than actually work toward accomplishing better things, but gods damn if you're going to whine and complain, do it alone because no self respecting person who IS trying to better their lives wants to hear it (hence the guy in the picture telling the emo's off)
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#91 - ewl (07/07/2013) [-]
guyz... ur forgetting that you can just snap out of it.
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#288 - ewl (07/07/2013) [-]
sarcasm doesn't translate well on the internet...
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#110 - daentraya (07/07/2013) [-]
Depression is usually a spiral of shittiness, and will deliver you to rock bottom in no time. Once you're depressed, not only do you feel shitty, but it is legitimately more difficult to feel happy, and those two factors will just make everything grey, shitty and boring, until you're unable to really feel anything but that
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#182 - zzforrest (07/07/2013) [-]
It was a typo, he didn't mean to say that he meant that you can't just snap out of it.
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#184 - daentraya (07/07/2013) [-]
I always thought that having the opposite meanings of words to be 1-2 letters away from each other was odd
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#186 - zzforrest (07/07/2013) [-]
It's contractions. If we were taught to say "can not" or "do not", we would say that. But we are taught to say "can't" and "don't" instead because it was easier. Contractions were made to be simple and easy to fix.
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#187 - daentraya (07/07/2013) [-]
Indeed, and i do not question that. But when you write it, it's still 1 letter away from meaning the complete opposite, and such typos are then super effective
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#92 - zzforrest (07/07/2013) [-]
But
what
if
you
don't
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#93 - ewl (07/07/2013) [-]
trust me when i say i know you dont.
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#95 - zzforrest (07/07/2013) [-]
Don't what?
Complete your sentences or imply things that have been said in the most recent statement by the opposition. At the moment you are implying that I am the one who was becoming suicidal and that I haven't snapped out of it.
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#98 - ewl (07/07/2013) [-]
depression sucks and people who tell you to just snap out of it can go die in the most painful was possible. i did not mean to imply that you are trying to kill yourself. and i personally know that you can just snap out of being depressed.
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#99 - zzforrest (07/07/2013) [-]
You... are kind of confusing me.
Lemme get this straight
1) Depression is bad
2) You can snap out of depression
3) People who tell you #2 are terrible
Also I was talking clinical depression, which in some cases can never be recovered fully from.
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#100 - ewl (07/07/2013) [-]
can't** sorry.
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#101 - zzforrest (07/07/2013) [-]
Oh I understand now. Try to learn to type better, please, it's very confusing.
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#103 - ewl (07/07/2013) [-]
yeah i'm half awake.
#223 - I swore like a trucker when I was 14 too. 06/26/2013 on the last of us logic +1
#121 - Yeah, everyone's different though ^_^ 06/26/2013 on I hate emos +1
#112 - Yeah ^_^ I took psychology too, and it didn't really cover dep…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/26/2013 on I hate emos +1
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#113 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
I'm fairly interested in psychology and the human brain, though it doesn't seem like it considering my stance on cutting and suicide.
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#180 - HorriblyCrazy (02/08/2014) [-]
Hey! I almost never log on anymore, but I came back to find one of my old comments and came across this one too.

I'd really like to hear about your stance on this stuff now ~
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#181 - curtkobain (02/09/2014) [-]
Ok, well we haven't talked about it in Psychology, that will be more next term. But, to me, I consider suicide a point of insanity, why else would one consider their death the only possible choice? It's irrational and I still consider it a selfish and cowardice act. Though, I've never been depressed for more than a day, so nothing severe, but I understand enough to know why people think suicide is the only answer. You just think nothing will get better at all, and that life just sucks and that's just how it's going to be, you can't do anything about it.
But I still can't compare to depression long term really. I've noticed, in my life, that I become more of a drifter for some period of time, neither happy nor sad, basically emotionless towards stuff. That's the closest thing I can compare to with depression.
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#121 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, everyone's different though ^_^
#110 - Yeah, and that's extremely common and understandable. It's jus…  [+] (6 new replies) 06/26/2013 on I hate emos +1
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#111 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
well I'm going to be taking AP psychology next year so it will help me to open up and understand more.
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#112 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah ^_^ I took psychology too, and it didn't really cover depression too much. It's really interesting though
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#113 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
I'm fairly interested in psychology and the human brain, though it doesn't seem like it considering my stance on cutting and suicide.
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#180 - HorriblyCrazy (02/08/2014) [-]
Hey! I almost never log on anymore, but I came back to find one of my old comments and came across this one too.

I'd really like to hear about your stance on this stuff now ~
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#181 - curtkobain (02/09/2014) [-]
Ok, well we haven't talked about it in Psychology, that will be more next term. But, to me, I consider suicide a point of insanity, why else would one consider their death the only possible choice? It's irrational and I still consider it a selfish and cowardice act. Though, I've never been depressed for more than a day, so nothing severe, but I understand enough to know why people think suicide is the only answer. You just think nothing will get better at all, and that life just sucks and that's just how it's going to be, you can't do anything about it.
But I still can't compare to depression long term really. I've noticed, in my life, that I become more of a drifter for some period of time, neither happy nor sad, basically emotionless towards stuff. That's the closest thing I can compare to with depression.
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#121 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, everyone's different though ^_^
#108 - Thanks, I honestly just say it because even though i…  [+] (8 new replies) 06/26/2013 on I hate emos +1
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#109 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
It's like I fucking hate the topic because I myself haven't experienced it but when I find out about a friend or something it's fucking serious time. Just the way I am I guess.
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#110 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, and that's extremely common and understandable. It's just a good idea to know a bit about it in case it become relevant ^_^
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#111 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
well I'm going to be taking AP psychology next year so it will help me to open up and understand more.
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#112 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah ^_^ I took psychology too, and it didn't really cover depression too much. It's really interesting though
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#113 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
I'm fairly interested in psychology and the human brain, though it doesn't seem like it considering my stance on cutting and suicide.
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#180 - HorriblyCrazy (02/08/2014) [-]
Hey! I almost never log on anymore, but I came back to find one of my old comments and came across this one too.

I'd really like to hear about your stance on this stuff now ~
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#181 - curtkobain (02/09/2014) [-]
Ok, well we haven't talked about it in Psychology, that will be more next term. But, to me, I consider suicide a point of insanity, why else would one consider their death the only possible choice? It's irrational and I still consider it a selfish and cowardice act. Though, I've never been depressed for more than a day, so nothing severe, but I understand enough to know why people think suicide is the only answer. You just think nothing will get better at all, and that life just sucks and that's just how it's going to be, you can't do anything about it.
But I still can't compare to depression long term really. I've noticed, in my life, that I become more of a drifter for some period of time, neither happy nor sad, basically emotionless towards stuff. That's the closest thing I can compare to with depression.
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#121 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, everyone's different though ^_^
#104 - Just because you don't understand something, doesn't mean it's…  [+] (10 new replies) 06/26/2013 on I hate emos +1
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#106 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
well can't see me getting like that. I rarely get depressed to where I'm like fuck the world. I'm not saying I'm always happy but I'm not really depressed either. I'm pretty much neutral. I've never had suicidal tendencies nor have I have ever thought of cutting.

Good look with your problems.(And i say this with 0% douchebaggery)
#108 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Thanks,

I honestly just say it because even though it may not effect you, it might one day effect someone you care about, or your kid, or your spouse. It's something that you should definitely keep an open mind to, because it's a lot more common than you think.

I highly recommend reading Hyperbole and a Half's depression comics, because they're actually pretty accurate and pretty funny
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#109 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
It's like I fucking hate the topic because I myself haven't experienced it but when I find out about a friend or something it's fucking serious time. Just the way I am I guess.
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#110 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, and that's extremely common and understandable. It's just a good idea to know a bit about it in case it become relevant ^_^
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#111 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
well I'm going to be taking AP psychology next year so it will help me to open up and understand more.
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#112 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah ^_^ I took psychology too, and it didn't really cover depression too much. It's really interesting though
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#113 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
I'm fairly interested in psychology and the human brain, though it doesn't seem like it considering my stance on cutting and suicide.
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#180 - HorriblyCrazy (02/08/2014) [-]
Hey! I almost never log on anymore, but I came back to find one of my old comments and came across this one too.

I'd really like to hear about your stance on this stuff now ~
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#181 - curtkobain (02/09/2014) [-]
Ok, well we haven't talked about it in Psychology, that will be more next term. But, to me, I consider suicide a point of insanity, why else would one consider their death the only possible choice? It's irrational and I still consider it a selfish and cowardice act. Though, I've never been depressed for more than a day, so nothing severe, but I understand enough to know why people think suicide is the only answer. You just think nothing will get better at all, and that life just sucks and that's just how it's going to be, you can't do anything about it.
But I still can't compare to depression long term really. I've noticed, in my life, that I become more of a drifter for some period of time, neither happy nor sad, basically emotionless towards stuff. That's the closest thing I can compare to with depression.
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#121 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, everyone's different though ^_^
#98 - THE IRONY OF YOUR NAME THO  [+] (12 new replies) 06/26/2013 on I hate emos +1
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#99 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
very debatable topic.

I seriously don't understand suicide or cutting. It just doesn't make sense to me.
#104 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Just because you don't understand something, doesn't mean it's retarded.

Self harm is a coping method. It's used as a means of having more control, feeling pain for the purpose of reminding oneself that they /can/ feel things, punishment against oneself, and/or much, much more. It doesn't make a lot of sense until you experience it.
Scientifically, it helps because they pain caused by the self harm causes endorphin's to be released that help calm the person and make them feel better, regardless of the original reason. (I think the same kind of thing makes people go into shock but I'm not a doctor.)

With suicide, I can only really speak for myself. I've been to the point where I was so horribly unhappy that it felt like it was the only thing to do to make things at least not as shitty. I got to the point where it was hard to breathe, and I couldn't get out of bed in the morning and go to school. Sometimes I couldn't get out of bed at all. I missed three months of school because of my depression and anxiety. Medication and counseling didn't help. The only reason I never attempted suicide was because of my family, who I'm not even close to, but I couldn't imagine putting them through that.
Some people are suicidal because they feel too much. Some people are suicidal because they feel nothing at all. Some people are suicidal and they don't know why.

It's kind of the same way with self harm. Whether someone starts because they feel too much, too little, or nothing at all, it's still there. It's still has the (very high) potential of becoming an addiction.
I haven't self harmed in months and I still get random thoughts almost everyday that I should. Just one, or just two, or just ten more little scars; but I'm happy right now. Or at least, I'm a hell of a lot happier than I was. It doesn't stop the thoughts. I can't really tell you why.

I hope that makes sense in some messed up way.
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#106 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
well can't see me getting like that. I rarely get depressed to where I'm like fuck the world. I'm not saying I'm always happy but I'm not really depressed either. I'm pretty much neutral. I've never had suicidal tendencies nor have I have ever thought of cutting.

Good look with your problems.(And i say this with 0% douchebaggery)
#108 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Thanks,

I honestly just say it because even though it may not effect you, it might one day effect someone you care about, or your kid, or your spouse. It's something that you should definitely keep an open mind to, because it's a lot more common than you think.

I highly recommend reading Hyperbole and a Half's depression comics, because they're actually pretty accurate and pretty funny
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#109 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
It's like I fucking hate the topic because I myself haven't experienced it but when I find out about a friend or something it's fucking serious time. Just the way I am I guess.
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#110 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, and that's extremely common and understandable. It's just a good idea to know a bit about it in case it become relevant ^_^
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#111 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
well I'm going to be taking AP psychology next year so it will help me to open up and understand more.
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#112 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah ^_^ I took psychology too, and it didn't really cover depression too much. It's really interesting though
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#113 - curtkobain (06/26/2013) [-]
I'm fairly interested in psychology and the human brain, though it doesn't seem like it considering my stance on cutting and suicide.
User avatar
#180 - HorriblyCrazy (02/08/2014) [-]
Hey! I almost never log on anymore, but I came back to find one of my old comments and came across this one too.

I'd really like to hear about your stance on this stuff now ~
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#181 - curtkobain (02/09/2014) [-]
Ok, well we haven't talked about it in Psychology, that will be more next term. But, to me, I consider suicide a point of insanity, why else would one consider their death the only possible choice? It's irrational and I still consider it a selfish and cowardice act. Though, I've never been depressed for more than a day, so nothing severe, but I understand enough to know why people think suicide is the only answer. You just think nothing will get better at all, and that life just sucks and that's just how it's going to be, you can't do anything about it.
But I still can't compare to depression long term really. I've noticed, in my life, that I become more of a drifter for some period of time, neither happy nor sad, basically emotionless towards stuff. That's the closest thing I can compare to with depression.
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#121 - HorriblyCrazy (06/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, everyone's different though ^_^
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