thank you. yeah it must be the chemical lacking in my brains apart from what i've been through that i cant let go. i dont really have the money for my medication. my healthcare doesnt cover any mental illness examination. i just started with my life. living without a family. im the only one taking care of myselfView Thread
I find myself very strange. maybe because im not very confident with myself. it's hard for me to get comfortable and dont know how to deal with new people. I get depress for no reason. Im not interested and dont care with other people. generally it seems like im tired with my life but if i dont have the courage to end it. hoping for a change is fading. success is no longer my interest. I call God but He's not answering me nor giving me more strength. I'm losing this battle and I'l all aloneView Thread
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