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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Is there any help for them? I'm pretty sure they're killing me. I often find myself wishing I had never been born.
    As an absurdist, I say you have three choices:

    1. Commit suicide.

    2. Make shit up (religion).

    3. Deal with the fact that human life has no objective purpose (acceptance).

    Once you make your choice, your existential angst should end. I don't recommend option 1.


    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    No, in fact it was much worse. 4 months of constant pain and I did not even exercise every day.
    What are you doing differently now, compared with then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagleseven View Post
    What are you doing differently now, compared with then?
    I'm not pushing myself as hard, even though time-wise I'm working myself more -- twice as long, actually, every day.

    I do not have people screaming at me to do more.

    I'm not at school.

    I don't eat.

    Etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    I'm not pushing myself as hard, even though time-wise I'm working myself more -- twice as long, actually, every day.

    I do not have people screaming at me to do more.

    I'm not at school.

    I don't eat.

    Etc.
    If you are making progress towards your fitness goals, there is no reason for this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagleseven View Post
    If you are making progress towards your fitness goals, there is no reason for this thread.
    There's still a lot of "existential" illness but...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    There's still a lot of "existential" illness but...
    Find religion.

    Accept purposelessness.

    End yourself.

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    Your choice. Choose wisely.

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    I'm particularly annoyed at the people who recommended yoga. I'm guessing they've never done it before.
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    People wtf. Have you ever not heard of adrenal fatigue and burnout before?
    Exercise is painful for me, walking used to hurt once. lol.

    There are many reasons why exercise hurts, an unbalanced endocrine system is just one of them.

    You know when there are problems like reflex sympathetic dystrophy, (RSD), what people go through shouldn't be ignored, as an interesting example. but for goodness sakes what are some of you thinking. by the responses and the negative energy she has, like mirroring it back is going to help...

    Besides I doubt many understand what depression does, and its a roundabout, a roundabout, a roundabout and that is exactly what I'm reading in this thread. Good for those people that actually gave constructive help then leave it there.

    On a side note I would totally recommend increasing iodine and magnesium levels since fluoride in tape water competes for iodine ions and sugar depletes your magnesium. The right stuff with the wrong stuff and lowers your immune system to infection and the like. Then change your diet from white bread and rice to brown bread and rice, less refined carbohydrates more complex carbohydrates. Then I would suggest a vitamin and mineral analysis like a hair or urine analysis and also a heavy metal analysis. Paints a picture of your deficits and is a start if you can, though your young and might seem tougher, family and the medical profession can be as dense as much as anyone. Experienced it far too often in life.

    oh and just so you know taking antibiotics without probiotics can cause candida with a weakened immune system, stress can do it, so can a poor diet.

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    I don't know, it seems very reasonable to think that my laziness is because I'm a fat fuck because I'm both lazy and a fat fuck.

    I hate my therapist, she makes everything sound so easy.
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    You remind me of a friend I had years ago. He often became depressed and negative when he spent too much time by himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    I'm particularly annoyed at the people who recommended yoga. I'm guessing they've never done it before.
    You know what? Your attitude sucks. You ask for help then say you're annoyed with people who are offering help.

    It seems like you want permission to just lay around and do nothing? Fine! Lay around and do nothing! No one is going to stop you!

    Are you just trying to get attention or what? Or validation for your lack of motivation? People have recommended everything from exercise tips to diet change to seeking medical care from a doctor. Ultimately it's up to you to do something...or not.

    Don't do anything fine. Nobody cares, seriously.

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