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Old 04-15-2019, 12:37 PM #1
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I started back using drugs months ago. Alcohol when I don't have any.
I just turned 23 and i've pretty much sealed the deal on throwing my life away, because I don't want it.
I sit here all day, and refuse to do anything for my mental and physical condition. Though in the past I've tried but failed.
Secretly hoping to have an overdose to get up out of here.
I'm open online, just wanted to share.

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I'm sorry you are feeling so... um-m-m... "defeated"? Is that an appropriate descriptor for how you're feeling? Anyway... I hope that, in some way, you can find a pathway back to hope. Perhaps having come here to PC can be one small step in that direction.

Here are links to 3 articles, from PC's archives, on the subject of hopelessness & how to overcome it:

9 Types of Hopelessness and How to Overcome Them

A Real Dose of Hope When You're Feeling Hopeless

Feeling Hopeless? 7 Ways You Can Become Your Own Hero

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I'm sorry you are feeling so... um-m-m... "defeated"? Is that an appropriate descriptor for how you're feeling? Anyway... I hope that, in some way, you can find a pathway back to hope. Perhaps having come here to PC can be one small step in that direction.

Here are links to 3 articles, from PC's archives, on the subject of hopelessness & how to overcome it:


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