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has anyone thought about suicide?

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ive been thinking about it for about a year

right now i am doing lsd once a week to try and cure my depression

even without depression i dont have a career and im still fat, it will take years to sort my life out and i feel like suicide is better than trying to sort it out

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42 minutes ago, lifting1122 said:

ive been thinking about it for about a year

right now i am doing lsd once a week to try and cure my depression

even without depression i dont have a career and im still fat, it will take years to sort my life out and i feel like suicide is better than trying to sort it out

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Sitting around moping about it won’t get you very far in life mate .  We all have had or do have issues .  Man up . Sitting around making thread after thread isn’t going to change anything . You had lots of helpful advice on your last thread about suicide get your act together and do something about it . 
 

Start  now 

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17 minutes ago, gymaddict1986 said:

Sitting around moping about it won’t get you very far in life mate .  We all have had or do have issues .  Man up . Sitting around making thread after thread isn’t going to change anything . You had lots of helpful advice on your last thread about suicide get your act together and do something about it . 
 

Start  now 

i dont know what else to do i already go to the gym 6 days a week. i would look for work but im too old to start a career, looks like its just gonna be warehouses forever.

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1 hour ago, lifting1122 said:

i dont know what else to do i already go to the gym 6 days a week. i would look for work but im too old to start a career, looks like its just gonna be warehouses forever.

Your 22 how is that to old to start a career . Nonsense . I have family members in their 40s that have started career changes and done well . You have your whole life ahead of you . Suicide is not the answer.  Get down job centre ask for help  it’s why they are there .  May even throw some funding your way for a course . 
 

I know it’s difficult , I suffer with anxiety and depression my self .  Baby steps my friend and think of your warehouse work as just a stepping stone onto greater things . Set some goals , maybe apply that dedication and positivity you do towards the gym towards other things in life . 
 

hope it all works out 

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7 hours ago, lifting1122 said:

i dont know what else to do i already go to the gym 6 days a week. i would look for work but im too old to start a career, looks like its just gonna be warehouses forever.

Work your way up in the warehouse can make 30k plus in a warehouse 

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47 minutes ago, mrwright said:

Work your way up in the warehouse can make 30k plus in a warehouse 

Switch to a Whorehouse could double that,you won't be able to stop a pig in a passage but you'd have more cash.

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10 hours ago, lifting1122 said:

ive been thinking about it for about a year

right now i am doing lsd once a week to try and cure my depression

even without depression i dont have a career and im still fat, it will take years to sort my life out and i feel like suicide is better than trying to sort it out

Suicide is a selfish and cowardly act. It’s never the best option but a very permanent solution to temporary problems. 

 

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Mate. I've seen enough of your posts now to know what your problem is; you want everything quick and easy - you don't wanna work for it. 

 

Sorry pal, anything worth having in this world takes work and time. Nout worth achieving happens overnight. 

You wanna lose weight - eat less, eat better and move more and the weight will come off - but its gonna take months, not days. Learn to cook. Eat your vitamins and say your prayers. 

 

You want a career; pick an area your interested in, research it and get on an apprenticeship scheme - there's f**k tonnes of apprenticeships out there now. 

Only person holding you back is you. Put some fu**ing graft in and in 12 months s**t will look a lot better- stop expecting results overnight.

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I would phone the health service and discuss how you feel immediately, they have counselors on staff who will be able to help. 

Failing that then the Samaritans on 116 123  or Calm on 0800 58 58 58

Seek help, suicide is never the right choice.

22 is still young, plenty of years to do whatever you want. What would you like to work as? 

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1 hour ago, Lawrence 82 said:

for god sake don't read any of the covid threads on here  !!! that really will push you over the edge  .

That’s like saying “go see for yourself......”

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26 minutes ago, Uptonogood said:

Mate. I've seen enough of your posts now to know what your problem is; you want everything quick and easy - you don't wanna work for it. 

 

Sorry pal, anything worth having in this world takes work and time. Nout worth achieving happens overnight. 

You wanna lose weight - eat less, eat better and move more and the weight will come off - but its gonna take months, not days. Learn to cook. Eat your vitamins and say your prayers. 

 

You want a career; pick an area your interested in, research it and get on an apprenticeship scheme - there's f**k tonnes of apprenticeships out there now. 

Only person holding you back is you. Put some fu**ing graft in and in 12 months s**t will look a lot better- stop expecting results overnight.

The answer is always in a pill, no need for graft bro. :cool2:

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22? lol. I started a career at about 32 and was a drunken angin little scrubber who walked around in trackies for nearly 30 years. and now have a successful crafting business along my deployment specialist career and I am absolutely thick as sh1t. So trust me if I can make something out of life anyone can!.

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6 hours ago, BLUE(UK) said:

No point lifting weights if you give up that easily. 

lifting wegiths is easy

also i do cardio 6 days a week

gonna increase the treadmill to jog 6 miles in 45 minutes 6 days a week

if im still ugly, yes give up, whats the point in wasting time lifting weights if you are ugly?

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2 minutes ago, lifting1122 said:

lifting wegiths is easy

also i do cardio 6 days a week

gonna increase the treadmill to jog 6 miles in 45 minutes 6 days a week

if im still ugly, yes give up, whats the point in wasting time lifting weights if you are ugly?

Are you going to outrun your ‘ugly’ genes? You’d be far better changing your food choices, do things you enjoy, invest time getting a better job, etc. 

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24 minutes ago, lifting1122 said:

lifting wegiths is easy

also i do cardio 6 days a week

gonna increase the treadmill to jog 6 miles in 45 minutes 6 days a week

if im still ugly, yes give up, whats the point in wasting time lifting weights if you are ugly?

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No such thing as ugly, I'm no looker not by a long way, but I've had lovely girfiends,now I married to my perfect woman, which is someone I find attractive no one's opinion matters but mine on that , loves me for me , .get out there get living 

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34 minutes ago, BLUE(UK) said:

Are you going to outrun your ‘ugly’ genes? You’d be far better changing your food choices, do things you enjoy, invest time getting a better job, etc. 

i mean ppls faces can change drastically at a lower bf

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