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sky
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Re: Any tips?

Unread postby sky » Sun Dec 01, 2019 2:52 pm

I just gotta day that you folks don’t know me. I won’t ever get better. There is no hope. Alls I need in life is to move states and be away from my family and start t shots.

I don’t need therapy and stuff I need to be happy and that’s never ever gonna happen for me. I’m a shit person and that’s not going to happen. I’m sorry I came on here. I’m really sorry and there’s nothing to that, other then the fact I’m sorry for coming on here

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Re: Any tips?

Unread postby Sam W » Mon Dec 02, 2019 9:14 am

Sky,

This cycle that you're experiencing, that we can observe in your posts, where you go from really okay to really not okay fairly quickly, is part of why we encourage you to seek support from trained mental health professionals. It's likely a side effect of all the stuff you're dealing with, stuff we've been clear is outside of the scope of what we can help you with or engage in conversation about. So, what I'd suggest today is that you make use of some of the other resources we've linked you to throughout this thread.

sky
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Re: Any tips?

Unread postby sky » Tue Dec 03, 2019 9:34 pm

I know this like isn’t the time or place but I feel like I should tell you because I said how scared and nervous I was.

I came out to my mom as genderqueer and she was so supportive and told me she loves me no matter what. And I told her the name I wanna go by and my preferred pronouns and everything. I cried so much and I’m still smiling.

I’m only going to go up from here. I’m gonna grow and flourish and I WILL be happy. Because I am worth the world and I’m gonna get it! I’m so damn happy. I know I shouldn’t say thank you again, but thank you. I’m on cloud 9 for real. :)

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Re: Any tips?

Unread postby Heather » Wed Dec 04, 2019 7:27 am

I'm glad you're feeling good today, Sky, and I'm glad you're getting some emotional support from your parent. :)
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