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 Why can't I just snap out of it?
I am very sensitive and get depressed easily. I feel empty as I lost my boyfriend and my job. I just want to snap out of it and start better care of myself. I just know don't know how. My ...

 I'm 14 and confused about life, Please help me?
I'm 14, this year was the worst year of my life. I had two fake *** friends who I could never be myself around and I always felt awkward around. They stabbed me in the back and got the whole ...

 If Jesus was standing in front of you, what would you say?
Picture Him with a countenance of pure Unconditional Love and Joy.
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Sue G. , That's okay. Perhaps it will do some good or perhaps it will not. But I will take my ...

 I feel EXTREMELY depressed now.?
I just watched a show about "What Earth would be like without humans". I watched it with my dad and it really bothered me for some reason. It went into detail about how the cities would ...

 My mom won't let me take my medication!?
I went to the doctor and he's having me take valium for my Anxienty, plus my soical anxienty. I take one Pill every day. But my mom never agreed with me in first place of why I needed to go. But ...

 what do u do when you're irritated???

 how do i get over my fear of fighting someone?
Im afraid to fight im not actually afraid of the person of getting hurt or even gettin in trouble. that does not bother me and no matter how mad they make me or how badly i want to hit them i just ...

 have to get to sleepNOW but I can't!!!?
I have to get to sleep NOW!!!!!!!! But I CANT PLEASE HELP!!!
I've tried music, it doesn't work. I've tried just laying down with myeyes closed, t doesn't work. I've ...

 The way my dad eats REALLY annoys me?
its like hes incapable of closing his mouth when he eats. and he makes these slurping noises is well which is so disgusting. i know it sounds stupid but it can actually stress me out....

 Please help ! .... thank you?
im 16 and i no i have my whole life ahead of me, but quite honestly i don't no right now how i can find the strength to carry on.
how do you find the ability to carry on when you feel ...

 Why can't I get high?
Ok so i smoked weed for the first time about 3 weeks ago.It was me and three other friends, we each probably took 7-9 hits from a pipe. Then about 6 hours later that night we took some more hits and ...

 How can you help a friend who self harms?
My best friend self harms and i want to help her. the trouble is, she doesn't like people asking her what is wrong. Help!...

 What are your fears??

 Teen troubles. I'm a single Mom. Help!?
My husband was an alcoholic/ drug addict and died in an alcohol-related drowning. He was extremely abusive, and just prior to his death, we had separated. How do I get through this? My 15-year old ...

 My doctor is messed up.?
So i have depression and i go to the doc every month to get checked out with my meds and everything and i get weighed every time and when i went i lost like 8 pounds so she thinks i have an eating ...

 This happened 20 minutes ago, I don't know what to do?
I overate today, by a lot. For anybody else it would not be considered overeating (half bowl of vegetable soup, strawberry yoghurt, one McVities’s digestive, I’m not eating any more) but for me ...

 Is it normal to want to be alone?
I dont know how to explain what the feeling is, but i like being on my own and keeping my own company, but at the same time i want some1 to be there with me so that i can talk to them.

but ...

 I'm a loner?
I'm 21, but I have no friends. I don't like going on, I'd rather stay home. In fact, I stay home most of the time. The only time I'm out of the house is when I'm at school or ...

 Have you ever come to a point where you can't take anymore?
did you flip or did you just carry on i feel very weird today like just crying and crying i haven't got pmt i feel really scared at theese emotions i just feel like ...

 Is it okay to cry in therapy
Is it okay to cry in therapy. I mean like I hardly tell my problems at all I lie and say everything's fine. & Some Day's I feel like crying because my week has gone by so bad. What are ...

Be honest. If you're not mentally ill, how do you view people who are?
Any of these:
schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anti-social personality disorder, major depression, borderline personality disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and all others.

I can cure them all for just 12 cents... the cost per bullet.

Well they need to take medications and act like normal people. No excuses to be mean or crazy.

green is clean
Honestly...and I hope I don't go to hell if there is one...I feel sorry for them, but I'd rather not be around them. It makes me uncomfortable. My father-in-law is bipolar and it makes me angry sometimes at his crazy behavior.

The Prince
Personally, I have never dealt with anybody like this and I don't really know how would I react. I guess I would be sorry, pitiful, and just step away slowly.

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i feel bad but i get mad when they know their having problems but won't take their meds,

I know someone who is schizophrenia and she doesn't seem like she does. Most people who have these so-called diseases are on meds. Some even act all weird and some even do bad things especially if the have kids

It doesn't take a "schizophrenia" to see a "schizophrenia." It's all in the way....we were trained.

..the exact same way I feel toward people with biological disorders. It makes me sad and I wish that it didn't have to be.

Its unfortunate but their is a huge stigma in this country about mental disorders. Many people are reluctant to seek help which only makes the problem worse. Many people suffer from these diseases and should seek professional help.

a really close friend of mine has some fairly debilitating mental disorders, including schizophrenia. I don't really think it affects the way I feel about him, its just a part of his life and his personality is the same as ever (I've known him my whole life). It sometimes gets in the way of his being able to do stuff, and I feel for him because its a struggle for him to lead a normal life, but as far as my opinion, its the same as before he developed any symptoms. Of course he has also had a hard time getting people who don't know him well to look past it once they find out, and even some old friends. To be fair I do have a degree in Psychology and that might be making me more accepting of it than other people.

An illness is an illness, whether it's physical or mental. People who have the disorders you describe need treatment, just as people who have herpes, cancer, glaucoma, or any other physical disorder.

van kedileri
the poor things.
I hope they are diagnosed and get help. I have a problem with people with any of those disorders who do not know nor admit it and bring that to others.

i view them as humans who are different from me who just want to be treated normal.

I view them as individuals who are coping with a difficulty and I think how to best help them.

Sometimes a condition can be cured with medications but I view them as someone who wasnt as lucky as I was and its kinda sad. It isnt their fault.

i feel sorry for them.
some people are just mean

Well, my brother is autistic. So, i have sympathy for people with disorders.

Golden Ivy
My doctors said I am (schizo-Psycho they say), but i do know others too with mental illness and I treat them just like any other person! It is just like having a broken arm, braces, glasses, allergies, cancer etc. what really stops you from having a friend just because someone is different!

I don't feel bad for these people at all. I think they are just like us. Whether we have one problem or another, it doesn't matter. I have always made friends with these people. They try to make things the best they can. I know someone who has schizophrenia, she is one the best people I know. Even with people who have physical disabilities, they are cool as well. In grade school, I was their buddy all the way through. I hated seeing them hurt by bullies, so I would try to protect my friends. The are just as special as to me, than my friends who have no disabilities. I love these people. It is fun to see how they work with things, even if it is difficult. I just want to help everyone, no matter who they are or what they have. It is a great place to be in. *Smile* :)

i view them as people that have mental disorders...i do feel bad for them.

it really makes you appreciate what you have. no matter how big ur problem is someone always has it worse

These are all aspects of a person - sometimes they get in the
way of them, sometimes they don't.

I savor the times that they don't.

I treat them as I treat any others with incapacity.

And yes, IF they can laugh at it, I can too.

i feel really sorry for those people that have been dealt this card in life. i have several family members that have mental illness so i'm probably a little more understanding than most. when i encounter people on the street that are mentally ill, i sometimes find them a bit scary. this is because i know that they can be unpredictable at times. but my basic take on them is that they have a disease, i try not to stigmatize, and keep myself safe at the same time.

theyre the same as us, just people

who deserve no more or less respect than anyone else

green day chick.
first i get freaked out then i realize like in a sec that im not like that so it dosent give the rite to hate then or make fun of them i feels sry 4 them most of the time.

Angelina DeGrizz
I'm a little afraid of them. ("Them" like they're not even human) I know they are people with personalities and lives and families but, I'm not sure how to behave around them. I'm getting better. I currently have one friend who had downs syndrome and one with ADHD. There's nothing "wrong" with them just my perception of them.

Nikki Tesla
My mother is paranoid schizophrenic. She is the most beautiful amazing wonderful person on the face of the earth. She made a loving wonderful home for us kids. She had delusions, ofcourse, but her delusions were never harmful. They were sometimes humorous. Though we never laughed at her. To her they were real. I tell you I would never, not in a million years, have traded my mother for a "normal" one. I am truly blessed that she is my Mom!!

tina m
I have been caring for my youngest sister who is schizophrenic, mentally retarded and legally blind for ten years, since our mother died.

I view her as a human being, and I treat her the way that I would hope someone would treat me if I ever needed that kind of care.

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