Why Feel Like This?

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All I can think about when I get tired is how I’m single, pathetic, disgusting. Hell, I’m in college, and I have had one girlfriend, and that was back Freshman year of high school. When I get these depression attacks, I text my friends and I know it has to make them miserable. I constantly have a major inferiority complex because of my weight, appearance, certain physical attributes, and the fact that I’ve been rejected by so many girls. My normal self doesn’t know what the heck is going on, and apologizes to thr aforementioned friends for everything I said the night before. It’s just a horrible, disgusting, depressing feeling, and I just want to know what can possibly cause someone to feel so much pain.

Category: asked September 1, 2013

5 Answers

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take a stand .Stand up to yourself.At the end of the day all you have is yourself. So either poop or get off the pot.
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I recognize these depression attacks as you call them. That's actually a really good name for them.I think that calling instead of texting might help in this case. It goes faster in getting the feelings out and it makes it easier on friends to react, feelings just don't transfer all that well over texts. And don't feel bad about it, you would do the same for them I'm sure so why would they mind doing it for you.You could find things that move your mind a bit, be it a walk, listening to really loud music, watching a nice movie, anything you enjoy really.
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maybe the answer to the last sentance in your question is " knowing you can change that, but don't...." .......so, why don't you step out of your comfort zone and do something about it? Anything you do at this point will be better than what your doing now. As long as it is a step in a positive direction. But as it stands right now, it sounds like you just like to complain rather than change. If you do not know what to do , why not try a lot of diffetent things untill something feels right for you. You have to want to change, make the positive effort....and untill you do, nothing is going to change for you.
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I'm not a fan of complaining. I'm simply afraid of what will happen when I don't vent, and just hold it in. Organizations don't help, because when I'm alone with my thoughts at night, the feeling comes creeping back in.
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I've had a few of these myself. I haven't done anything like texting my friends hurtful things, but I have cried. That seems to be the only thing that actually helps & I wish I had a friend nearby as a shoulder to cry on from someone who truly knows me sounds like heaven. Occasionally, we as human beings need some sort of emotional release. These depressive attacks (to me) sound like something many people have gone through & overcome through trust & emotional catharsis. Try talking to your friends (to someone really close who can keep a secret) about your depressive thoughts or just do what I do & cry. Getting out your feelings is a good thing but doing so through an indirect means such as texting your friends to make them miserable will not help you at all.