Everything feels so pointless, I don't enjoy anything, I'm very lonely. You know some people are happy for surpassing others in thingsâ€, but even if I win at something I feel bad for everyone else.
I've felt depressed since I was 12, I don't know why. I haven't had the best life, I really got over it. But I just don't see anything as worth doing, I've felt suicidal, "what's the point in life", although I've always been too scared to take my own life. I cry often, sometimes I'll have a breakdown crying as I laugh. I feel maybe, just maybe, I'd be happy if I had some people I felt were really my friend, or if I had a GF/BF. But I'm unable to accomplish anything of sorts, because first of all I'm not very good looking, and having no hobbies ETC, I don't have anything to talk bout that doesn't depress people.. I don't know why exactly I'm posting here, maybe for some opinions and positive enthusiasm, people often try to say "you're not that bad looking" etc, but I know they're just trying to make me happy and there's no legitimacy to it.View Thread
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