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Im under surveilance, me and girlfriend broke up, life is a mess.

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Everything is spiralling out of control lately, my personal life is a mess i cannot focus my energy anywhere, i keep on failing miserably at the easiest tasks, now she have decided to leave me, this is not some i feel sorry for me thread its just the truth, also i dont eat much lately, i have no apetite and i cant hold food down much more, i dont know if its the seroquel/abilify combination, or if its something else entirely, ive battled to get my microsoft account back, so i could get another account that is dear to me back, that has really taken alot of energy from me, but that's not the main issue, well now im single again and i will have to fend for myself again, find myself again id say, basically a long dark road ahead of me, one that i hope can be brightened occasionally, now i will retire to a dark room, and sit there and await my fate to be revealed, what will it be, will i fail yet again or will there be some sunshine ahead?
 
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this does not have to be a dark road! look back on times you have been really down...are there times which you have actually learned something that made you a better person or helped to accomplish goals
. I think thats why we do experience some dark times. we obviously need something...find out what that is. Talk to people, listen to their stories. become interested in something. yes, you have to fend for yourself. have you had to do that before? what did you do? what helped? what didnt help? you are not alone. This has nothing to do with any "disorder" it has something to do with life.
 
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Sounds bad volnash, sorry to hear.

Try to keep eating something, and drinking. Very basics I know, but easy to neglect.

If food aint going down/no appetite, next time you at shop, look for something you can at least nibble on, or soups and that.
 
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Thanks jesguin60, yes i guess you are correct, i have fend for myself before and i ended up totally psychotic, i believe due to being alone too much.

Blah on another note microsoft keeps blocking my password recovery options for my account, this is annoying and i dont know why it's going on.

To Mayfair, thanks man soup is preferrable for the time being, as things are not digesting easily either.
 
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Thanks jesguin60, yes i guess you are correct, i have fend for myself before and i ended up totally psychotic, i believe due to being alone too much.

Blah on another note microsoft keeps blocking my password recovery options for my account, this is annoying and i dont know why it's going on.

To Mayfair, thanks man soup is preferrable for the time being, as things are not digesting easily either.
Soup is boss. The soup inventor should be honoured I think. It must have saved so many lives! :LOL:

Fighting with Microsoft sounds like the worst thing to do in this state vol. I would have chucked the PC out the window by now. Can you not leave it now?

Stick some youtubes on? or talk in here?

I'm going to watch TV now (I like it to chill before bed).
 
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Okay i will try, but i am still fighting with microsoft but now i sent them an email, so yeah.
 
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The hacker is winning i give up, he is getting my security options disabled that i have on my new account.

He is relentless and tough, i cant win.
 
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