I have a hugee weird issue I bet MOST OF YOU HAVEN'T heard. I am a Muay Thai fighter, I stick to organics, however, i'll add this. I do have ADD. It drives me nuts. I get mad at little things, dropping something can drive me up the wall, I get very bad depression sometimes (actually did today, broke down) I work as a Union Electrician, just started it, it's a nice job. I also work Dietary and Utility guy at the Hospital. I also attend electrician school. Recently I have also been reading about gods/extraterrestrial beings, etc. My beliefs are way different now, I feel so sure about them, but they drive me crazy. I feel like my whole hope, good, and positive moods have erased. I feel like nothings coming for me and tha tI won't last through this career. But I can be the most CALM person in the world! I listen to relaxation music it keeps me happy. I'm multicultural and am Greek myself. Other countries music inspires me and keeps me going. My mind is on F right now full or information. It's making everything so hard. Now I'm in a state of mind where I have no good mood it's just a hopeless one, like there may be no after life, or they're might be, like all the spiritual stuff we learned as children is all fake, it's just killing me. I need something to keep me up, and to crack down what's really going on! Please someone, anyone View Thread
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