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Re: Things that made you sad today thread.
« Reply #73320 on: April 25, 2014, 07:24:15 pm »

I'm reading Jane Eyre. So far, a decent book.

I'm sad that the only character I like so far, though, Helen Burns, just died.
I know dat feel ;_;
Stoopid headmaster and his apathy for diseases D:<
I still think that the so-called "Byronic hero" is a victorian form of an escapist wish-fulfillment character. [/notreallyrelated]

Mastah, don't worry. It's a new medication, your brain is just freaking out a bit with all the new chemicals it gets. It should end soon.
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Re: Things that made you sad today thread.
« Reply #73321 on: April 25, 2014, 07:28:56 pm »

No, I haven't taken the medicine yet.

This is totally random.
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« Reply #73322 on: April 25, 2014, 07:31:31 pm »

A kid from my school died in his sleep last night, with no known cause. It's really caused a huge shock in the school...students were completely silent in the hallways and classes, it was quite eerie. I didn't know the guy personally, but seeing so many of my classmates distraught and sobbing made me quite sad. I really don't know how I'd get up in the morning if something like that happened to someone I was close to...his family doesn't even have an explanation, it's horrible.
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Re: Things that made you sad today thread.
« Reply #73323 on: April 25, 2014, 07:45:49 pm »

HOLY--

Oh my god, just completely out of nowhere, my vision got super blurry and I started seeing double, and I lost all coordination.
It came on so suddenly it was like getting punched in the face.
Is that normal?
Might be a panick attack?

A kid from my school died in his sleep last night, with no known cause. It's really caused a huge shock in the school...students were completely silent in the hallways and classes, it was quite eerie. I didn't know the guy personally, but seeing so many of my classmates distraught and sobbing made me quite sad. I really don't know how I'd get up in the morning if something like that happened to someone I was close to...his family doesn't even have an explanation, it's horrible.
*hugs*
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Re: Things that made you sad today thread.
« Reply #73324 on: April 25, 2014, 08:08:09 pm »

No, I haven't taken the medicine yet.

This is totally random.
It's totally a panic attack brought by exhaustion, then. Nothing to worry about, just get some rest.
« Last Edit: April 25, 2014, 08:12:20 pm by Knit tie »
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Re: Things that made you sad today thread.
« Reply #73325 on: April 25, 2014, 08:44:02 pm »

A kid from my school died in his sleep last night, with no known cause. It's really caused a huge shock in the school...students were completely silent in the hallways and classes, it was quite eerie. I didn't know the guy personally, but seeing so many of my classmates distraught and sobbing made me quite sad. I really don't know how I'd get up in the morning if something like that happened to someone I was close to...his family doesn't even have an explanation, it's horrible.
Holy crap, man :o

I would feel sad too. Even if you didn't know him, the thought that people could just be perfectly fine one day, then gone the next... jeez.
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Re: Things that made you sad today thread.
« Reply #73326 on: April 25, 2014, 08:50:50 pm »

A kid from my school died in his sleep last night, with no known cause. It's really caused a huge shock in the school...students were completely silent in the hallways and classes, it was quite eerie. I didn't know the guy personally, but seeing so many of my classmates distraught and sobbing made me quite sad. I really don't know how I'd get up in the morning if something like that happened to someone I was close to...his family doesn't even have an explanation, it's horrible.
May he rest in peace and enter the kingdom of God.
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Re: Things that made you sad today thread.
« Reply #73327 on: April 25, 2014, 09:05:15 pm »

Bleeeh. No me gusta mucho this sickness.

Yeah. Tell me about it. After a whole week of alternating sunny and stormy weather, today, Friday afternoon because fuck free time, my body decides to fuck this low pressure shit, TIME TO FEEL LIKE SHIIIIIIIIT! ONWARDS TO THE SHIT-MOBILE! PREPARE THE HEADACHE-CANNON AND NAUSEA BOMBS!

Also you can apparently be slightly giddy when you're on a mix of aspirin, caffeine, etenzamide and paracetamol. Which is new.
Mm :/
Sad times happen to everyone...try to find ways to cope with it (even if sometimes they may be random sads?) Like, think of all the good you've done (and if you see none, see the 'trivial' good things you've done).

A kid from my school died in his sleep last night, with no known cause. It's really caused a huge shock in the school...students were completely silent in the hallways and classes, it was quite eerie. I didn't know the guy personally, but seeing so many of my classmates distraught and sobbing made me quite sad. I really don't know how I'd get up in the morning if something like that happened to someone I was close to...his family doesn't even have an explanation, it's horrible.
May he rest in peace and enter the kingdom of God.
^
*hugs also*
When someone passes from this world-it's the sign of mortality. Both of our own and of our peers. No matter who they are; they mattered.



I have to second what some other people have said here... Tiruin, you seem to be an exceptionally kind person when helping other people with their troubles here, especially considering you have your own to deal with. (But don't we all?) If I weren't such a lurker I would be trying to help cheer people up more, myself... In any case, you're a good person. :)
:'(
T-thanks...thanks isn't enough to say how much I appreciate this but...
Well.
I'm not especially kind or nice, but perhaps its my culture that is such. I'm just giving to people what they deserve and using what was taught to me onto others.
I am not good, I just do the best I can. :)
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Re: Things that made you sad today thread.
« Reply #73328 on: April 25, 2014, 09:07:59 pm »

A kid from my school died in his sleep last night, with no known cause. It's really caused a huge shock in the school...students were completely silent in the hallways and classes, it was quite eerie. I didn't know the guy personally, but seeing so many of my classmates distraught and sobbing made me quite sad. I really don't know how I'd get up in the morning if something like that happened to someone I was close to...his family doesn't even have an explanation, it's horrible.
That's terrible. It freaks me out too that someone could die so quickly, even I (why would I remind myself of that) could go suddenly. Although, sudden death in sleep is probably the best way to go if you had to choose.
I have to second what some other people have said here... Tiruin, you seem to be an exceptionally kind person when helping other people with their troubles here, especially considering you have your own to deal with. (But don't we all?) If I weren't such a lurker I would be trying to help cheer people up more, myself... In any case, you're a good person. :)
:'(
T-thanks...thanks isn't enough to say how much I appreciate this but...
Well.
I'm not especially kind or nice, but perhaps its my culture that is such. I'm just giving to people what they deserve and using what was taught to me onto others.
I am not good, I just do the best I can. :)
Given that there are unsavory types like myself around, we need good people in the sad thread.
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Re: Things that made you sad today thread.
« Reply #73329 on: April 25, 2014, 10:12:13 pm »

No, I haven't taken the medicine yet.

This is totally random.
It's totally a panic attack brought by exhaustion, then. Nothing to worry about, just get some rest.
How long do they normally last?
I've had panic attacks before, but they don't normally feel like this, nor last this long.

A kid from my school died in his sleep last night, with no known cause. It's really caused a huge shock in the school...students were completely silent in the hallways and classes, it was quite eerie. I didn't know the guy personally, but seeing so many of my classmates distraught and sobbing made me quite sad. I really don't know how I'd get up in the morning if something like that happened to someone I was close to...his family doesn't even have an explanation, it's horrible.
May he rest in peace and enter the kingdom of God.
^
*hugs also*
When someone passes from this world-it's the sign of mortality. Both of our own and of our peers. No matter who they are; they mattered.
:-\ *Hugs*
People go too easily, and quickly.

I have to second what some other people have said here... Tiruin, you seem to be an exceptionally kind person when helping other people with their troubles here, especially considering you have your own to deal with. (But don't we all?) If I weren't such a lurker I would be trying to help cheer people up more, myself... In any case, you're a good person. :)
:'(
T-thanks...thanks isn't enough to say how much I appreciate this but...
Well.
I'm not especially kind or nice, but perhaps its my culture that is such. I'm just giving to people what they deserve and using what was taught to me onto others.
I am not good, I just do the best I can. :)
Given that there are unsavory types like myself around, we need good people in the sad thread.
We do have good people here. We could always do more, but we do have good people.
And you're not "unsavory", misko. I personally find you to be a very kind person.
And Tiru, you are good, you're just being willingly blind to your goodness. Whether you want to claim that it's from the way you were raised, or taught, or by your culture, it's still you that are controlling how you treat others. It's still you that tries to help those in need. You're the one that decides to be kind and sweet, as opposed to being mean, or upsetting. If I have to tell you this a thousand more times, I will. Because it's true, and I can't stand it when people want to put themselves down, and refuse to admit how awesome they really are.
There are enough people in the world to put you down falsely, that you shouldn't be doing it to yourself.


...In other news, I seem to have developed the skill to drive a car even when my vision is doubled, because I didn't crash, and I'm back home now.
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Re: Things that made you sad today thread.
« Reply #73330 on: April 25, 2014, 10:20:16 pm »

No, I haven't taken the medicine yet.

This is totally random.
It's totally a panic attack brought by exhaustion, then. Nothing to worry about, just get some rest.
How long do they normally last?
I've had panic attacks before, but they don't normally feel like this, nor last this long.
Panic attacks tend to last as long as your endocrine system feels like, and these things tend to have opinions all over the place.
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Re: Things that made you sad today thread.
« Reply #73331 on: April 25, 2014, 10:30:22 pm »

Post to watch and, on the off chance something I can make somebody feel better about occurs, try to console.
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Re: Things that made you sad today thread.
« Reply #73332 on: April 25, 2014, 10:34:59 pm »

Dermatologist says it's probably not skin cancer.
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« Reply #73333 on: April 25, 2014, 10:35:34 pm »

Dermatologist says it's probably not skin cancer.
...And this makes you sad?
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« Reply #73334 on: April 25, 2014, 11:07:46 pm »

Quote from: On the Rosenhan Study
Most of the time, Rosenhan found, ward attendants and nurses sequestered themselves in a small staff cubicle that patients called "the cage." Psychiatrists were even less available, making only rare appearances on the wards.
Christ, that was 1973, and 40 years later the mental wards I experienced were exactly like that.
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