• beijinhos
hint: if a person with clinical depression and
anxiety says theyre tired dont tell them
they have no reason to be bc guess what.....
They Know and Its Shitty
Ijust want to add one thing-
If you have depression or anxiety? you're not
tired for no reason.
You’re tired because you have depression/
anxiety.
Not only do they both come with low energy/
fatigue as a legit common side effect, but
they're both fucking /exhausting/. fighting
your brain all the time? exhausting. adrenaline
crashes from anxiety/panic attacks?
exhausting. being on edge all the time?
exhausting. plus doing things costs /more/
energy when you have those mental illnesses.
You‘re not tired for no reason, you're tied
because you have an illness that makes you
tired.
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    • I'm diagnosed with an anxiety/panic disorder and I can say for a fact that people like this are just making up excuses. Do I get what they are saying? Yes, totally, I go through it. Do I let that interfere with shit I have to do? no I'm not an asshole that likes to sit and feel sorry for myself
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    • This post was made by people who go to the gym and can’t do the exercises bc they “don’t work for their bodies” bitch they made this exercise to explicitly work for every human body
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    • Coming from a guy with clinical depression, 90% of you don’t have depression or anxiety. You just don’t realize life sucks for everyone and you just don’t know how to handle it.
      KVGE 12 jan
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    • My friends! 40% of Americans are vitamin D deficient! Even with a varied, healthy diet it's difficult to get enough of it. Only by sunshine or vitamin D supplement can you get enough! Lethargy, depression and suicidal thoughts are some symptoms of deficiency!! I am certain are generation is waaaaay
      Sssavag69 12 jan
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    • Friendly reminder that self diagnosis doesn't count
      cmykirin 12 jan
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    • Does anyone else strongly believe that they should make a solo movie for Donkey's life before he met Shrek?
      Toast_E 12 jan
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    • Why would you post this on an app that is full of hate? You know nothing will help arrogant people understand.
      Blinky182 12 jan
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    • Dunno why you posted this on iFunny, a congregation place for a bunch of close-minded 5heads who haven't progressed past 1930 and still think that anxiety and depression is just "being lazy".
      mrVodka 12 jan
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    • "a little bit Louder for the people in the back" STFU bitch Jesus everyone on the world has anxiety and everyone in the world has gone through a episode of depression, yeah it's fucking hard and time consuming and exhausting but bitching about it and using it as a an excuse is so fucking stupid.
      teaser 12 jan
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    • Depression? Isn't that just a fancy word for feeling bummed out?
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    • I don't think this post was made to defend the people who use it as an excuse, but rather support the people who are constantly berated by people wanting to go out and do something because they're tired and don't want to and then they feel shitty for not wanting to
      Aphotik 12 jan
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    • Is it okay to verbalize that you suspect you have mental illness? Or do you seem like an attention whore
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    • Yeah but you can learn to live with it and instead of broadcasting to the world how troubled you are you can take everything one step out a time and beat it
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      Dudelaser 12 jan
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    • I have actually been working on myself the past year. I’m afraid of going outside and walking across the road but once a week I go for a long walk. Gets easier everytime. The big frustrating thing is I don’t want this to be so slow and I want change now but when I start forcing myself too much I
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    • Is it weird that i cant cry? Like..when i get upset i never really feel like im genuinely sad cause i dont cry, and when i want to it always feels like i force it and thats wrong?
      Jdnvg 12 jan
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    • Why is everyone mad at this.. This post was made for people with actually clinical depression, ive had it for years, and this was a comfort, even if i already knew
      numiii_ 13 jan
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    • I have major depressive disorder and really bad anxiety. My family always yells at me to grow up amd be normal and they just don't understand that I am trying my best and it hurts me when they say that bc it makes me feel even more worthless.
      Raiynah 12 jan
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    • "A little louder for the people in the back" wow you really added to the conversation there
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    • God shut up shut the fuck up
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    • There’s three types of people in this comment section: 1.) oh, I have clinical depression, same. 2.) no, I have clinical depression, not anyone else on this app. 3.)poo poo pee pee
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    • My parents are devout Christians and didn't like the idea that their (not so) holy child would have depression. Actually refused to get my real therapy (Bible therapy for years, DM if you wanna know how it works). After finally being diagnosed with depression and anxiety... (Part 1)
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    • I was emotionally abused and manipulated by my parents growing up and it seriously fucks with me everyday even tho its been 2 years since i moved i still get really bad anxiety and panic attacks from certain triggers like waking up or hearing my full name
      st0nks 14 jan
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    • I've struggled with anxiety for 11 years. I used to pull my hair out. I would eat my feelings. Cut people out and feared new situations. I would have panic attacks every week - my breaking point was 6 in one week. That's when I got help. I thought I was just broken. But with help -
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    • Go to doctor. Doctor diagnose. Treat condition over many years. Be able to live with condition.
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    • Look I get it and know that feeling but you gotta realize that you can’t life that life forever because you’ll miss out on some great stuff even if you’re the only one experiencing the fun stuff. I’m out here dragging my body out of the house and hitting the gym to make sure I’m always running at
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    • It’s weird how people forget this app is meant for memes.
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    • I know i'm depressed. But do I keep whining about it? No. I get on medication. Therapy. SOMETHING to get me out of the house. Hang out with friends even when i dont want to. There are more options than just complaining about your problems.
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    • Guys, please get help if you need it. I see comments here saying that you guys probably don’t even have depression and to those of you who might be taking it seriously, don’t. Speak with a mental health professional or a loved one. I’m here too, should anyone be reading this comment. Love you all.
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    • I was diagnosed with clinical depression 9 years ago. I had my first attempt at suicide 7 years ago. Day in day out I struggle to find motivation to do anything. I wake up go to work and sleep most days and that's it, I just go on autopilot for awhile. But when I'm not doing that I paint. A lot.
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    • Tumblr is really just a website for sub-humans
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    • Ok I figured I just add my two cents here. I have severe clinical depression (yes that's what it says in my files) PTSD and severe anxiety (again yes that's what it says) aswell as insomnia. Sk I get around 3 hours of sleep a day. I get what they are saying there are times where I cant even(p1)
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    • I was just diagnosed with schizophrenia. Any suggestions on how to manage this? I’m afraid to tell my parents or my boyfriend because I don’t wanna burden them or make them think I’m crazy. Thanks
      CaraFalon 12 jan
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    • I think everyone should go through clinical depression so they know how awful it is. Severely depressed people have the biochemistry in their brains messed up - the issue is physical as well as mental.
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    • There’s a difference in depression and anxiety and having it as a disorder everyone has anxiety’s and days where they’re down but disorders make it to where basic everyday tasks feel impossible and draining every single choice you make is a war within yourself and you fight that war everyday
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    • no. one. cares.
      g00be 12 jan
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    • If I had a dollar for every time someone told me I’m lazy or tired for no reason when I have severe major depression and general anxiety I’d be rich af and maybe I wouldn’t have as much anxiety... or I’d just be rich and sad instead of poor and sad
      laurrbaby 12 jan
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    • Sometimes I feel like I'm the only person that hasn't been diagnosed with a mental illness. Everyone I meet says they have depression, or anxiety, or bipolar, etc. I am not judging, but I'm surprised how widespread this issue is.
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    • I've been off for 4 years now, but I really don't want to get confirmation that I have the big sad. I'm too proud and want to believe I can get out myself.
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    • You know its really great when you have a mental disease but you have to pretend like everything is fine because for some reason people think it is cool to have anxiety and depression. Makes it real great for those of us that actually have it to talk about it without "being fake"
      BrctBnd 12 jan
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    • A good way to describe anxiety because a lot of people don’t get it: imagine being terrified, imagine that feeling, now imagine having that feeling 24/7 and unable to get away or confront the thing scaring you.
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    • I don’t know why I’m tired. I’m not depressed. I’m only anxious at the end of each semester because I do the bare minimum to get a 90% A in my classes. I like my body and my face. I have friends, I’m an extrovert. I’m in a low commitment relationship. I was undiagnosed with adhd. Why am I tired?
      Tmo101 12 jan
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    • Fuck off tumblr. I wanna see your doctor's notes. At least I was diagnosed. And medicated heavily for a while.
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    • To anyone else experiencing mental illness who's scrolling through the comments and seeing everyone talk about how it's a choice or just to "get over it"... YOU ARE VALID. Your struggles are legitimate. It's okay to talk about what you're going through. You're not alone. 💗
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    • Okay, apparently I recede into my mind a lot and when I do apparently I "look like a sad, cold, dead shell of a parka that won't talk to my friends. It's just, I don't want to explain what I'm actually thinking about. I don't talk a lot because I've learned to talk to myself through neglect and ostr
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    • For the longest time I have been just bored. Like I don’t feel sad but I never feel like doing anything or really have the energy to do it. I don’t have suicidal thoughts other then when I’m just thinking “what would happen if I die”. But everything is boring and I find joy in nothing other then occ
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    • As been diagnosed with anxiety (and quit meds because doctor quit and meds didn't work), yeah you may be tired but it doesn't mean you have an excuse to be lazy. I work 15+ hours on a daily with at least a good night's sleep of 8+ hours, I'm currently in the process of getting tested for... 1/2
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    • I have both and 3 more. I have high functioning autism or what was known as aspergers, adhd and ptsd. The ptsd isn’t relevant those are just my diagnosis’. Most of the time I’m super energetic but the I crash hard. And then people ask why all of a sudden I’m so upset. P1
      Enders01 12 jan
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    • Yeah except biologically the two time periods where you sleep the most (and eat, and go through changes with your body) are when you are a baby/through toddler years, and in your teenage years. So, no, all you tired people are not automatically depressed or anxious. You are a normal teenager.
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    • I go through phases. There's phases (days, often weeks, sometimes months) of being just completely exhausted, tired, feeling depressed, suicidal. Then phases of life couldn't be better. My situation doesn't change. Just how I feel changes. (1/?)
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    • Just fat fucks being quirky
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    • But don’t forget that just Bc you’re tired doesn’t mean you have depression or anxiety
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    • Try telling this to a Hispanic parent...
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    • But you should also remember, doing something poorly is better than not doing it at all, do with that as you will.
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    • I have clinical depression, have had for years, and I am tired for no reason. It sucks that I'm tired and that dragging my ass out of bed is a task. But I still do it, I still have shit to do, you cannt let it stop you or it will win.
      No0o0o0 12 jan
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    • We get it. You have depression. So does everyone else. Whining about it doesn’t help the rest of us.
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    • Anxiety and panic attacks are the same thing though
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    • Here, I have this capsule that fixes all your problems. Ignore the cyanide label on it, it’s fake news don’t worry
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    • I was diagnosed with acute stress disorder and 'anxiety problem' by my doctor at the hospital and with depression and generalized anxiety by my therapist and people still dont take me seriously when I say Im STRESSED and EXHAUSTED
      stfumf 14 jan
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    • Just so everyone gets that this isn’t just an emotion that can be flipped like a switch. your body is physically tired from the brain not producing enough serotonin or dopamine. And lil moments of happiness cannot do the fuckin trick to snap out of it. This is why people have to get medicated
      The_Spins 14 jan
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    • iDepression
      MissJamie 14 jan
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    • People are always saying, “well I’m AcTUaLLY DePREssED, and everyone else is faking it.” Like yeah, some kid’s don’t realize you can’t be happy everyday. But perpetuating that everyone’s always faking is a good way to ostracize and belittle people who might actually have depression.
      MooseH 13 jan
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    • I know not a lot of you will care but I was diagnosed with insomnia and then later depression and anxiety disorder and I ended up dropping out of college and not working for awhile. But I got over it! I’m off any meds, I’m working a decent job with a social life and plans to go back to school!
      chillwave 13 jan
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    • Lol tumblrtards trying to make up excuses for being lazy
      Reeeeeeep 12 jan
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    • I feel like mental illnesses have just become a wide spread trend in the past decade or so to justify being a bland person with no drive, or cover short comings. Most people feel bad, anxious, etc all the time. It’s the human experience
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    • I hate when people say “louder! For the people in the back!” Like shut the fuck up.
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    • Who tf is saying, "You have no reason to be"? I have depression and not once have I ever heard anyone say that when I say "I'm tired." I've never heard anyone respond to someone being tired like that. Like wut??
      Catffeine 12 jan
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    • But being an adult means bucking up and going what you need to anyway. I don't let my physical ailments keep me from doing what needs to be done. Why are you letting your mental ailments?
      Cacaonut 12 jan
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    • Low motivation sucks ass. Especially when you know that you have to do something. Something that does help tho is saying fuck it forcing yourself to do something. Need to clean but can't find the motivation? Fuck it push your body to do it. The will power is hard to keep but it gets easier in the en
      junebutt 12 jan
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    • Everyone is depressed or has anxiety these days.
      TyKahler 12 jan
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    • I’m diagnosed with da ting and blah so then I and tough yada yada don’t tell me bluh bluh dangalang because I shupda woop so I definitely blah blah people with depression and anxiety and blah oop god I want to die galoop to the top comment now??
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    • Alright so I have a suggestion, I have been officially diagnosed with severe anxiety and clinical depression, and we all need to understand that if a person talks about it, they’re not automatically faking it. We need to support people who speak up about it, not unless they flaunt it.
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    • I’ve been EXHAUSTED at work lately and I realized I was emotionally drained from my clients. I work in property management and I do collections on delinquent rent. So of course people want to argue about why their accounts are late or if they even got notice for court so on. Tiresome.
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    • More poor me posts. Here come the people posting comments wanting sympathy and attention......
      txtown512 12 jan
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    • I'm depressed, I'm anxious, I'm exhausted constantly and if I dont set 3 alarms I will not wake up. I do things that are supposed to invigorate me and give me energy, but they dont. Despite this, I try my 100% every day to do everything I can, to be productive and function, and one day when I
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    • People whose only response is "louder for the people in the back!" have no personality
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    • On the one hand this is true. On the other hand some people self diagnose as depressed without having it. These people suck because they hurt the people who truly do have it by making people think they're faking it due to the fakers.
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    • This is the way
      chuy9193 12 jan
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    • Please shut the fuck up
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    • Just Be Happy
      VicBucks 12 jan
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    • Dudelaser 12 jan
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    • Simply accepting lethargy is not helpful though. It's proven that activities, interaction and physical activity significantly improve depression. Find ways to reach out to your tired friends. Even if it's just low key and hanging out. It helps
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    • Shut the fuck up
      Lego_Gonk 12 jan
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    • Adult 12 jan
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    • Omg just quit being bitches
      Eclectics 15 jan
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    • Fuck you and these lame "mental illness" please tell me how society's less advanced then us dont have anywhere near the numbers of "mentally ill" people we do?ohhh maybe because we don't have any actual fucking problems that went cause by our own doing and therefore look to blame illness or others.
      DrMecH 14 jan
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    • Just ignore it. What are you a pussy or something? Bunch of weak ass bitches goddamn.
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    • Yeah but I don't want to hear it from tumblr
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    • Everyone has fucking depression it's called being a human being
      TtheKilla 12 jan
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    • Oh look, everyone has it
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    • “You just feel sorry for yourself. Go exercise. Aspire to be something.” What to you say to those in the military, such as myself? I spend hours on end in the gym, weekly to give myself an outlet. I have a well rounded schedule, getting out of the house, spending time with family. The military...
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    • I’m diagnosed with major depression and get told this all the time like that helps me feel any bettee. It also doesn’t help my anxiety either
      Laser 12 jan
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    • A little louder for the lazy assholes who just don't have anything worth living for and should just end it.
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    • Completely disregard this stupid ass feature. I have a diagnosed severe anxiety disorder and have almost passed out several times. No, I don’t make a big fucking scene and I don’t demand people feel bad for me or use it as an excuse to not get shit done or do shit. These people are just pussies.
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    • I don’t fucking care I don’t care shut the fuck up please shut up no one fucking cares get out of my face with your “hehe. I like to read and I hate people and I can’t exercise because I’m quirky and have depression and anxiety” fuck you fuck you shut the fuck up you grown child
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    • Imagine having “panic attacks” lol
      Vizaraik 13 jan
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    • Yeah, my parents don't believe that? Trust me, I have a gift, I don't pay attention in school, don't study, and I'm 8th out of almost 600 students, I'm depressed as fuck and get anxiety even if I think someone thought I looked odd in 8th grade. I hate school but my parents push me to do "better" 1/2
      Doge822 13 jan
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