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Dalcourt
July 3rd, 2016, 03:33 PM
I'm feeling more and more like my life is stuck in a dead end.
I mean no matter how hard I try there's never a change for the better. It's like it's getting worse and worse.
All the optimistic pep talk is just bullshit. My life was a mess from the day I was born and will stay a mess till I die.
Let's face it things won't get better...there lies no bright future ahead for me...

I'm sick and tired of fighting of trying...I don't care anymore. It's just not worth it.
If I'd die tomorrow nobody would really care...nobody really miss me. I don't matter at all.

Sometimes I just want to be numb not being able to think or feel anymore. I just want to disappear. Leave this painful life behind...

It's judt not worth it anymore.

Amethyst Rose
July 3rd, 2016, 03:42 PM
You need to stop thinking your life is never gonna get better, because if you keep thinking that way, it won't. I've never met you but I do care. This isn't, as you said, "pep talk bullshit." It's me telling you that it's not over, and you have plenty of life ahead of you and a lot can change depending on your own actions and your willingness to get better.

BrokenWingedPegasus
July 3rd, 2016, 04:03 PM
I'm feeling more and more like my life is stuck in a dead end.
I mean no matter how hard I try there's never a change for the better. It's like it's getting worse and worse.
All the optimistic pep talk is just bullshit. My life was a mess from the day I was born and will stay a mess till I die.
Let's face it things won't get better...there lies no bright future ahead for me...

I'm sick and tired of fighting of trying...I don't care anymore. It's just not worth it.
If I'd die tomorrow nobody would really care...nobody really miss me. I don't matter at all.

Sometimes I just want to be numb not being able to think or feel anymore. I just want to disappear. Leave this painful life behind...

It's judt not worth it anymore.
No, giving up is the thing that isn't worth it. Never. give. up. So many people felt that way, but they fought and had a better life. So many people had horrible lives when they were younger and turned out to be loved celebrities. You don't have to be too optimistic. Just remember people care, if they don't do now, eventually someone will. I mean this on real life, because many people care about you here. Please don't give up. Don't give up on yourself, don't give up on everyone, don't give up on life. If you fight to win and give your best to do so, you won't lose. Because you gave your best, and no one can criticize you about that. The harder the struggle, the more glorious will be the triumph. Winners aren't those who never fail, but those who never give up. And like Einstein said - "Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep balance, you must keep moving." Remember all of these words. Remember all of this, and let these words be the words that will illuminate your hope again, and will make you believe again.

Just JT
July 3rd, 2016, 05:04 PM
Bro, we've talked a shot tone over this past year right?
You know stuff about me I've never told some people, and I'm pretty sure it's the other way around to

I can't stop you from doing stupid shit, and what the future brings, nobody knows, but....only you can make the changes in your life that dictate the change for your future

And for the record, I'll miss the fuck out you bro...keep talking ok?
That's what we're here for bro....

Microcosm
July 4th, 2016, 04:03 AM
Peanut_,

I barely know you, but it would bum me out if I found out that you died. Dying sucks. It gives no second chances anything that is good in your life, even if there's not much, from you.

I'd rather live and do literally anything than die. The world can always use you for something. You can always contribute something to the world around you. That's not just me trying to be optimistic, either. That's a fact. In the modern world, you can do anything from manual labor to plumbing to basic electric work.

My point isn't that you should condemn yourself to menial jobs, but that there is an alternative in your course in life that might satisfy you. There always is.

Try to change something in your life. Often times these feelings come from staying in one place(for example, your bedroom) for too long and just thinking. Thinking for extended periods of time always ends up making me depressed. If you try something new like going out sometimes, then you might get a sort of rush of newness so-to-speak. It could be nice to change it up a bit.

Best of luck to you. Keep fighting the good fight.