SuperginraiX wrote:I obviously don't know the whole situation here but you're a great guy. We all go through our own ups and downs in life and you never know when you'll start on your way back up again. Maybe it's tomorrow. Maybe it's three months from now. If you persevere and listen to some of the good advice in this thread, you'll reach that good stuff and be a stronger person for it.
Try focusing on the good things in your life. For example, I think having the internet is great! When I lost it for a week, I was going crazy! Sometimes it's the little things like that that make you cheer up. Look for them. Enjoy them. Push the bad things out of your mind unless they need immediate attention (unless it's medical-- you need to keep on those but I'd classify that as always immediate attention). You'll get through it!
Don't be unreasonable, Erik. And know that you'd only be lying to yourself if you think that your life is worth ending, because your life is full of beautiful and wonderful things worth experiencing and contemplating and adoring. Whenever I get mad, I look for gardens or try to glance at a beautiful girl or just look or hear things around me and focus at doing so and loose myself in doing so, and ask myself how I'd be justified in ending my life when there are so many wonderful things everywhere, so many mysterious and beautiful things that I'm experiencing, regardless of knowing. Of course there is pain, but that's not all there is and I try to thank God everyday that I didn't kill myself before truly realizing that.
If I could, I'd take a walk with you and show you how awesome things are in life, but honestly you don't really need anybody to experience and wonder about things.
Go take a walk and just really look at things. You're a nice guy, and you don't deserve your own judgment about living.