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Old 08-05-2007, 08:55 PM   #1
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I hate it when this happens. Starting to feel depressed again. This always happens whenever I get really happy, I mean genuinely happy. I'll be really happy for about a week or so, and then I get this terrible feeling that it'* all gonna come crumbling down. New girlfriend, new job, guy coming from UTI, for the past week or so I've been happier than I've ever been in my life, but now I just don't even wanna look at anybody. I know it'll only last for a couple weeks, but sometimes I can get really low, and it has to be the most terrible feeling in the world. I keep checking my IM thing trying to find somebody online but nobody'* on. Just wanted to vent, you guys are usually good listeners. lol
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here. maybe this will help

*warning mature nature*

http://youtube.com/watch?v=Kv2rccyLYHk
always makes me smile
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Look up the Stick Figures on Crack on youtube (there are 3) kind of childish, but they always make me laugh and smile
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=Kv2rccyLYHk
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Yep. Ain't nuttin' like a nice pair
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On a more serious note..

Chris keep your head up if things are good don;t walk around every corner expecting the worst to happen. And if they are good try not to spend so much energy on them sometimes when your happy you burn your self out then as your body recovers its like having the winter time blues. If you find that you need someone to talk to there is always someone there close that will listen. Maybe look for a counselor or even join the gym, change diet the small things we do make big time changes in our lives.


Kepp your chin up buddy its not that bad.. Remember life is only what we make it.
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Yup, I had to work on a Sunday and was feelin a little low and this sure made me smile!
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I got a good laugh when even HE stumbled at sweater girl. LOL
and that line at the end to her. "I want to shake your fathers hand." I love it!
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As someone who has dealt with this her whole life (my mother is a manicdepressive, my aunt is a chronic depressive) I suggest you head for a doctor, and I don't mean I psychologist, I mean a psychiatrist. you probably have a chemical imbalance, and it is nothing major to figure that out, just a simple blood test, and then you could be prescribed some sort of meds and then you find yourself feeling better all the time.
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Hey man...cominng from another teenager (17) i kno just what ur talken about, being happy is like walking on stilts, its fun, but your always worried about falling down, and sometimes u wish u could stay down so u cant fall anymore. Its normal man, (ive spent plenty of nights discussing the same thing with friends). I kino what its like to be ontop, to have evrything u've ever wanted (as much as a 17 yr old can want) and have it all taken away in the blink of an eye...it happens, i guess its part of growin up, things change, but whether we see it right away or not, its usually for the good, my belief is that god has something planned out for all of us (dont kno if u believe that) and i do find myself frequently doubting whats gonna happen. BUT! u cant spend all the happy time worring about everything going wrong. the job...ull keep it, just work hard, ur girlfriend....show her how much u care each and everyday, spend time enjoying the relationship instead of tryin to see where its going (made that mistake) AND AS FAR AS THE uti PROGRAM GOES...dude U GOT AN INTERVIEW!!!!!!!! Im really happy for u, i hope u make it...im pretty sure u will, if there comin to ur house...ur most likely in...so...sry for rambling...idk if it helps, but i rely do kno what it feels like, its horrible, and as easy as it is for people to say "dont worry" its not at all, ....its late so if i dont make sense...sry..

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As someone who has dealt with this her whole life (my mother is a manicdepressive, my aunt is a chronic depressive) I suggest you head for a doctor, and I don't mean I psychologist, I mean a psychiatrist. you probably have a chemical imbalance, and it is nothing major to figure that out, just a simple blood test, and then you could be prescribed some sort of meds and then you find yourself feeling better all the time.
Yes, signs of bi polar disorder.
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