• My life is a disaster?

    Stay at home literally almost everyday 23 years old playing computer games and watching streams on smartphone roughly 12 hours a day this year since I can t find a part time job or do anything because I have anxiety and I can t seem to make friends with anyone. Some days I get out of the house but like once a week.... show more
    Stay at home literally almost everyday 23 years old playing computer games and watching streams on smartphone roughly 12 hours a day this year since I can t find a part time job or do anything because I have anxiety and I can t seem to make friends with anyone. Some days I get out of the house but like once a week. Everyone seems to like low key bully me but not everyone. I have really bad communication skills. Got rejected in interview 20 times maybe because of my personality? appearance? lack of knowledge? communcation skills? introverted? Idk like what am I suppose to do if I cant do anything right. I wasted 3 years of college only getting a certificate but the career I chose is actually too hard and now I forgot everything. Is it over? like what am I suppose to do I m not allowed to get a full time job yet. My family says I can t do this or that idk. I m going insane with my addiction to gaming and screen. Been going at it for pretty much 10 good straight years. Tried going to therapist wasted so much money that didn t work Idk go see a doctor again like how is that going to help me.
    37 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I can’t have a life because of anxiety and depression, whats the point of living?

    im 26 never had a job or gf, still a virgin got no friends and no social life and I can’t do anything because of this problem I have. I live with my mom and get a small amount of welfare every month which doesn’t last more than a week. I’m on an antidepressant which helps but isn’t enough and I’ve tried cbt therapy... show more
    im 26 never had a job or gf, still a virgin got no friends and no social life and I can’t do anything because of this problem I have. I live with my mom and get a small amount of welfare every month which doesn’t last more than a week. I’m on an antidepressant which helps but isn’t enough and I’ve tried cbt therapy which did nothing. So the question I’m asking is what is the point of me being alive if I have no future or no hope. I think about putting myself out of my misery a lot Please give advice
    32 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is Calling Someone Gay Wrong?

    Best answer: because he was not. in mutiny on the bounty he fell in love with a Tahitian girl, married her and bought the island
    Best answer: because he was not. in mutiny on the bounty he fell in love with a Tahitian girl, married her and bought the island
    26 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Women's underwear guide for men!?

    I'm been itching to try wearing bras and panties for a while but lost on the sizing as im a guy (weighing 130kg) What size should i go for as I'm considering buying everything online!
    I'm been itching to try wearing bras and panties for a while but lost on the sizing as im a guy (weighing 130kg) What size should i go for as I'm considering buying everything online!
    18 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What’s the best way to hide depression from my family?

    I’ve had depression for over a year now, and it’s getting worse. My close friends know about it and there’s nothing they can do to help. I don’t want anyone to worry about me, or waste time on me. I’m a lost cause. I need to make sure they don’t waste their time on me.
    I’ve had depression for over a year now, and it’s getting worse. My close friends know about it and there’s nothing they can do to help. I don’t want anyone to worry about me, or waste time on me. I’m a lost cause. I need to make sure they don’t waste their time on me.
    16 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should football clubs make LGBT friendly sections, so they can enjoy the game without being harassed?

    Football clubs should be forced to allocate a quarter of their tickets to figures within the LGBTQ+ community.
    Football clubs should be forced to allocate a quarter of their tickets to figures within the LGBTQ+ community.
    18 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do I have throat cancer?

    I started smoking weed regularly for the last two weeks. Now my throat is killing me so I took a break. My ears hurt now too. Im really frightened.
    I started smoking weed regularly for the last two weeks. Now my throat is killing me so I took a break. My ears hurt now too. Im really frightened.
    16 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Serious suicide thoughts I can't take this shìt no more?

    Best answer: I've gone through the same thing and I know everyone will just tell you it will be ok but your not going to be ok unless you get help. If you don't want to see a therapist there is an app called "relieve depression hypnosis" that really helped me. You could also try to speak to someone very close... show more
    Best answer: I've gone through the same thing and I know everyone will just tell you it will be ok but your not going to be ok unless you get help. If you don't want to see a therapist there is an app called "relieve depression hypnosis" that really helped me. You could also try to speak to someone very close to you about it or you could even go into chat rooms and talk about everything there. If you are really contemplating suicide tell someone you trust about what might happen and to call someone if you start to go into a spiral and call a suicide hotline.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you thank veterans for our service?

    Best answer: Desirable attributes that the United States of America's inherent qualities threaten, including but not limited to: 1) Maximum protection against internal threats (lack of political or cultural safeguards against subversive elements, lack of proper and rigid national (including racial, which has massive... show more
    Best answer: Desirable attributes that the United States of America's inherent qualities threaten, including but not limited to:

    1) Maximum protection against internal threats (lack of political or cultural safeguards against subversive elements, lack of proper and rigid national (including racial, which has massive tactical value) definition, etc)
    2) Maximum protection against external threats (Islam and Islamification with all of their destructive and deadly effects (like the September 11th attacks), belligerent African and Hispanic activity (a large amount of criminal gangs, some of which exhibit extreme violence, like MS-13), hostile espionage, alien tribal subversion (Hello, 2009 Fort Hood Shooting, grievance-mongers, etc). These aspects are all enabled by racial heterogeneity and continue to be so.
    3) Measures against cultural degradation (degradation includes promotion and embracement of tattoos, piercings, loutish behaviour, great focus on trivial aspects, indecent dressing, etc, with no relevant regulatory bodies to monitor the situation).
    4) Maximum general physical attractiveness (instead of just stopping with British and Scandinavian composition to secure high general beauty, it was decided that other racial types should be added, with the result being a severe reduction of proportion of good-looking people in society). The proportion continues to decline, more rapidly now, with the large-scale assimilation of non-European racial types.


    All United States military personnel should be made aware of this.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Did you watch the disgraced and captured prisoner John McCain’s Funeral?

    Best answer: ohno did he die
    Best answer: ohno did he die
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How to tell if you're going crazy?

    Best answer: If you think you are going crazy, then you're probably experiencing some disorienting symptoms. Specifically, your world isn't behaving the way you expect it to under normal circumstances. But just because reality isn't meeting your expectations doesn't mean you're going crazy. Several things... show more
    Best answer: If you think you are going crazy, then you're probably experiencing some disorienting symptoms. Specifically, your world isn't behaving the way you expect it to under normal circumstances. But just because reality isn't meeting your expectations doesn't mean you're going crazy. Several things could actually be happening.

    You could be going crazy.
    You might be under severe stress and/ or deficient in a vitamin/mineral.
    You might be on medication that changes your perceptions.
    You might have an underlying, as-yet undiagnosed condition.
    Specific people might be messing with you for whatever reason.
    To address each one:

    (We'll get back to #1)

    #2: Severe stress can change the way you think and perceive your surroundings. Without specifics it's impossible to say, but if you're under severe stress, chalk up your perceptions as being caused by stress unless and until you get more evidence for a different explanation. [For example: If trees are talking to you, it's not just stress--see a doctor]. Also: start taking a food-based vitamin and mineral supplement. Specifically, make sure you're getting enough magnesium. Really.

    #3: Medications can REALLY alter your perceptions. Read the info on side effects for any meds you're taking. But, if you're taking meds, or changing or discontinuing a medication, chalk up the crazy feelings to the meds' side effects. See a doctor if symptoms continue or worsen [see "talking trees," above]. (*Same rule about vitamin/minerals as above)

    #4: As we age, certain mental conditions show themselves more obviously. For example the symptoms of ADHD, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and memory deficits can gradually get worse over time. So in short, you've always had the condition, but now you're noticing it.

    Also current advances in diagnosing may have given a name to a condition you've always had, but weren't diagnosed. (We didn't have ADHD when I was a kid: we had hyperactivity, and bipolar was called manic -depressive. Many conditions were diagnosed way more stringently too).

    Also conditions like dyslexia can cause you to think you're going crazy. I knew someone who made it all the way to college without having her dyslexia diagnosed until she took my class and I diagnosed her. She was truly losing it by the time we figured it out, because she was smart, and trying so hard, yet failing exams.

    I also know someone who had brain trauma from a sports injury but was not diagnosed until 20 years later when she sought psychiatric help because she thought she was losing it.

    #5. If you're highly intelligent, or a nerd, or geek, or different in some way, certain people may get frustrated, jealous or resentful. They will treat you as if you're messed up, when in fact, you just think differently from them.

    If you have a lot of people arguing with you, telling you you're wrong...But you don't see any evidence that you're truly "wrong," then this may be the case.

    This is especially true if you're a teenager. Teens have a lot going on with hormones and social development, etc. They are expected to rebel a bit, but surrounding adults always react and resist when a teen rebels; the accusation of craziness is often tossed around.

    If you weren't rebellious as a teen, this can happen in your twenties too...or whenever you decide to resist your parents rule you can expect this backlash.

    So getting back to #1... And how to tell. A good start is to take the MMPI 2, which is available for free, online. It's only truly available for free on one site. Be sure to get the correct one...you have to copy and download code to get the test, but it's easy, then it's free to take it and the website will score the test for you. I think it's called cognitive dynamics something.

    The site will even help you interpret your results. If you're college-educated in psychology you should be able to make sense out of the results, if not, message me and I'll gladly help you for free : )

    Educate yourself on the test before taking it. Realize that the results can be accurate, but might only reflect your current situation, not permanent craziness. For example, if you have a chronic pain condition and you're on medication, you're gonna score highly in certain categories, but that doesn't mean you're crazy because you're truly sick.

    Hope this helps.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do my family7 say im run down because im vegetarian?

    I have a chest infection and they said its because I am veggie. that's bullshyt
    I have a chest infection and they said its because I am veggie. that's bullshyt
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does Xanax treat social anxiety?

    10 answers · 2 weeks ago