I feel like I'm hopeless right now my life is all planned out but I just feel so empty right now... Maybe I should kill myself
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5 Responses Aug 21, 2014

DON'T KiLL YOURSELF! you can talk to me if you want... God Bless!

please Don't.. while you are alive you can change things

Please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Hope they can help you! Don't be afraid to call.

You have a whole life ahead of you, I've felt like that before and I still do bit it will get better as time passes you will learn new things and meet new people, reality can be painful but you have to pick yourself up and be strong

I think I know how you feel. But don't do it. Live for the small bursts of the happy moment that come eventually. Take baby steps. Time will show. I came across here in search of an ear, but I am ready to lend mine if anyone needs to share.

Good! And don't get stuck on your issues. I personally know it's easier said than done, but do something that helps you forget and benefits you in some way- hobby. I just recently started walking... Anywhere, for as long/short as I want. Music makes it even better! I really want to learn how to meditate correctly now... To empty my mind and start everyday positively. I think It's important for ppl with constant sadness to be spiritual, since this feeling does hide someplace deep inside us. Therefore, start at the root!
Pull yourself together and work on that will power of yours :)

That's even better! I also try and list all of the things that I am grateful for in my life. I think it really helps! Have you tried?

Cool :) lemme know how it goes!

Every morning on the way to work I say out loud the things I'm thankful for. Sometimes my list comes easy and sometimes it's slow and arduous. But I always do it even if I don't feel grateful at all.

That's a very familiar feeling to me believe it or not. But feeling grateful is about establishing positivity and really soaking it in. I think if you and I give it a little more time we will feel the effects. I practice my "gratitude" right before bed, I close my eyes and playback all of the things that I list as I name them. Occasionally some negativity will seep through, but I quickly shake it off and start over again. It's all about practice.

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