- Mar 6, 2016
Because I'm afraid to die. That's the only reason.
This is extremely childish. Dividing the world into ‘us’ and them; ‘beautiful people’ and ‘losers’. This is a largely subjective measure with no objective standard to measure it against. And even if there was, I doubt you would get to decided what that was.There's plenty left to discover but all the discovering is for the beautiful people in the world. Us losers don't get those things. So I'm done. Fuck it. Fuck the world.
Sorry, I deal with reality not with the lies counselor$ and p$ychiatrists spoon feed us. Or maybe they're not lies for you. Must be nice.This is extremely childish. Dividing the world into ‘us’ and them; ‘beautiful people’ and ‘losers’. This is a largely subjective measure with no objective standard to measure it against. And even if there was, I doubt you would get to decided what that was.
Historically, many great achievers have struggled with many demons including mental illness. But it’s how they chose to overcome their problems that defined them, not the problem itself. Bipolar disorder is by no means a death sentence. Winston Churchill, Demi Lovato, Van Gogh, Kanye West are just 4 I can think off the top of my head. Closer to home; a friend of my mother’s has had it since college and now has a high powered job in the city and 2 kids. I myself, although an I’m just beginning the process of rebuilding my life post recovery have managed to secure a place at one of the top 10 universities in the country. I am confident that with the right treatment, hard work, dedication, and a little help from friends, family I too will manage to rebuild that which I have lost and perhaps gain a valuable lesson from it all. The rest I leave in the hands of fate/God.
There is no reason why you, cannot follow suit. Yes you will have to adjust your goals and expectations against practically specificities, but fundamentally you too can live a fullfilling and meaningful life. We were born on this earth, there is no cure for that; you just gotta make the most of what you’ve got. And life is like a bottle of champagne; once you pop the cork there is no way of getting it back in again, you have to finish what you started. And the bubbles rise to the top. They fizzle our eventually, but you don’t get to decided when that happens.
And what reality would that be? Where everything is shit and nobody should bother with anything. You are not unique; you are not the first person to get this illness and you will certainly not be the last. Better men than me or you have tried and succeeded to overcome this obstacle and live fulfilling lives. I’ve decided to take a page out of their book; I suggest you do the same.Sorry, I deal with reality not with the lies counselor$ and p$ychiatrists spoon feed us. Or maybe they're not lies for you. Must be nice.
You posted this in the public section of this forum, therefore I am entitled to reply to it. I have tried to be understanding towards your position and offer whatever advice that I can. It would seem that my efforts were in vain and as such I will not be wasting anymore of my time on you. But I will say one thing; you have some issues mate and you need to sort them out.Why are you still in my threads? You're neither needed nor wanted here. Bye.