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Cheering up thread

Post by Wixmagic on Thu Feb 04, 2010 3:45 am

It has recently come to my attention that many people may be depressed, on the surface or deep down, so I made this. Basically anybody who is feeling depressed or just down on their luck can post on here and people can try to cheer them up, maybe with some advice a song some comedy, anything to try and cheer people up, and finally what happens in this thread STAYS in this thread, kinda like group therapy. ._.


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Re: Cheering up thread

Post by DuckOfDuckness on Thu Feb 04, 2010 3:59 am

I have to admit that I don't regret any of the things I have done. And even though some of my friends has tried to help me, it has never worked.
I don't want any tries to make me happy, no tries, but solutions.

The long story? Well, I could write it if it's needed...
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Re: Cheering up thread

Post by Wixmagic on Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:04 am

Ok well I've tried pretty much everything I have on twitter cept some jokes like, What do you call a piece of chocolate that goes to hogwarts, tobler-ron
but that isn't much help so...waiting for other people really
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Re: Cheering up thread

Post by DuckOfDuckness on Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:05 am

Yeah... I don't even get that... Still not very good at English...
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Re: Cheering up thread

Post by Wixmagic on Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:06 am

Have you read Harry Potter?
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Post by DuckOfDuckness on Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:06 am

Nope, nor seen the movies...
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Re: Cheering up thread

Post by Chamberino on Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:07 am

Tbh Wix, that was a pretty poor joke to begin with, even without the language barrier xD

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Post by Wixmagic on Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:08 am

/facepalm Ignore the joke then -_-

anyway, would really like people to help Duck :)
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Post by Chamberino on Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:10 am

Hehe, just joking Wix, it was an alright joke. :P

But anyway, offtopic as usual. I think I've done what little I can on Twitter myself. As much as I can do without making myself feel just as bad, anywho.

EDIT: Well, there's always some random stuff. Like a song about the iPad, for example. Here.

Enjoy!

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Post by Wixmagic on Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:21 am

If you make yourself no more do problems move aside
if you take a sharp knife, try to end your strife, do they move aside
If problems aren't life's test, and just a pest, would they move aside
no...

If you change your attitude and so something about it, you can push through
and if you push through look what you can do, a new world will take you
one of possibilities and understanding
one just right and not demanding
though problems will meet you on this path
make them taste your fiery wrath
move the problems aside and wait for the strength to fight against their tide

so the moral is what ever meaning you can extract, I was going for the more problems you get rid of the easier it gets.
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Re: Cheering up thread

Post by Deathclaws on Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:56 am

....sorry, but I don't exactly see the point of this thread. Call it group therapy and "what stays in the thread" and all that, its still on the interwebs, its still people you don't know or can trust, so I doubt that anyone with serious trouble will come here. And "try to cheer somebody up"...
Can that really be done in text?

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Post by Wixmagic on Thu Feb 04, 2010 5:03 am

Yes.....I'm just trying to do a good thing here, >.> is it really such a bad thing to try and cheer people up?
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Post by Deathclaws on Thu Feb 04, 2010 1:23 pm

I'm just saying that it might only cast them into deeper depression, when they realize they just wrote their problems to the interwebs. No, ofc it isn't

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Post by Guest on Thu Feb 04, 2010 6:14 pm

Well, Im pretty negative towards deppresed people and emos. Most of the time they are ''Depressed'' for no reason. Still, I'm going to be open minded and have decided to narrow this negativity to a specific category.

If you are Depressed about:
Death
Hunger
Tiredness
Poverty
World Issues (the above happening to other people, global warming, etc)
Girls/Guy Problems (Puberty)
Boyfirend/Girlfriend Problems
Or School
Generally any REAL reason to be upset.
Then you are ok and have my condolences and support.

If on the other hand you are depressed becaue say.... Your dad wont buy you tickets to a concert or for some other pointless reason.
Then Please go to this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzbxTYAHlEU
This concludes the MrSebi therapy session, thank you for reading and have a nice day.
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Post by Chamberino on Thu Feb 04, 2010 8:26 pm

I knew what that vid would be even before I clicked. You have good taste, Mr Sebi. ^_^

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Re: Cheering up thread

Post by Chiyuki on Fri Feb 05, 2010 6:20 am

I'm not so much depressed...but I had to watch this movie in my spanish class called "Apocalypto" and It's rated R. I've only been watching PG-13 movies since 8th grade and I've never been allowed to watch horror movies. There were some really violent and scary parts that have pretty much traumatized me and I'm still pretty unnerved about it. I know to a lot of people this doesn't seem like a big deal and a 16 year old getting freaked out over a little gore is dumb. But it looked real to me...and I'm scared. I know I'm going to have nightmares.

So if anyone has some advice for calming nerves it would be much appreciated ^^.
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Re: Cheering up thread

Post by Wixmagic on Fri Feb 05, 2010 6:25 am

Well calm sounds e.g a waterfall, rainforest etc always helps, maybe just going to sleep will help, as having the nightmare may help you get over it :) possibly just some laughs will make you forget. Other than that I have no advice for you right now
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Post by Erik on Fri Feb 05, 2010 7:31 am

I think there is a thread about this already, back somewhere on the second page of threads. I will check that.

But anyway, I was depressed for a while, you start to think your life sucks and has not meaning, I went through it. But sometime you figure out, wow, life has meaning! You realize that you affect people's lives, and you have to start looking for the answer, not examining the problem for hours and hours, and telling yourself how bad you feel. It is a normal stage in everyone's lives. We just need to learn how to get through it without taking anything to drastic measures.

This may not be the same thing, but this was posted by Pooks a long time ago.

http://www.trforums.com/sandbox-f15/feeling-that-you-are-useless-t406.htm

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Post by Guest on Fri Feb 05, 2010 1:58 pm

Yeh, everyone gets depressed at some point. I just go to sleep when it happens, then it goes away pretty fast.
@Chiyuki Maybe warm milk?
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Post by Deathclaws on Fri Feb 05, 2010 8:04 pm

I'm not so much depressed...but I had to watch this movie in my spanish class called "Apocalypto" and It's rated R. I've only been watching PG-13 movies since 8th grade and I've never been allowed to watch horror movies. There were some really violent and scary parts that have pretty much traumatized me and I'm still pretty unnerved about it. I know to a lot of people this doesn't seem like a big deal and a 16 year old getting freaked out over a little gore is dumb. But it looked real to me...and I'm scared. I know I'm going to have nightmares.

So if anyone has some advice for calming nerves it would be much appreciated ^^

I have had nightmares for approximately 2 years when I watched the japanese version of the ring (american wasn't that bad, not that much of a thriller). Found out its easy to just pretend you have something that keeps whatever you fear of that movie away, pretend its some kind of charm.

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Re: Cheering up thread

Post by Winnie on Fri Feb 05, 2010 8:47 pm

I think this video works for anyone who has seen Rent the Movie, and is depressed.




Also, if you try talking to Cleverbot, it usually knows how to cheer you up. It's creepy.

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Post by Guest on Sat Feb 06, 2010 4:06 am

Great, psycho robots and haunted movies..... Now im scared... THANKS ALOT! >=(
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Post by Chiyuki on Sat Feb 06, 2010 7:59 am

@Deathclaws: zomg thanks so much for the idea xD instead of having a nightmare about getting my hear cut out of me I had a dream about Dante from the videogame Devil May Cry protecting me xD ssoooo much better :P

@winne: the waffles are win :D thnx so much!
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Post by Deathclaws on Sun Feb 07, 2010 2:45 am

@Deathclaws: zomg thanks so much for the idea xD instead of having a nightmare about getting my hear cut out of me I had a dream about Dante from the videogame Devil May Cry protecting me xD ssoooo much better

Vergil will always kick D's butt


Also, if you try talking to Cleverbot, it usually knows how to cheer you up. It's creepy.

That thing knows more about tantra and kama-sutra than I do D:

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