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What is your fondest memory from the past three years?

LunarHuntress’s Profile PhotoYentl
Well, one of them was going back to college. It was good to finally go back and spend 2 more years doing what I initially wanted to do in the first place - work in IT. Then of course I had to graduate during the pandemic, which arguably made me procrastinate for months upon months. Wasn't really a good thing to do, but given the uncertain state of the world, it was admittingly hard to not succumb to that.
Now, as I do more deep reflections, I realize the past year or so - while has not been a waste - most certainly could've been more productive with regards to keeping skills fresh, job hunting, etc. I feel I'm not the only one in this boat, so I cannot sit here and feel lonely or depressed because of it. Instead, I have to look forward and see what I can do.
I'm still working on the video game with my friends, so that's been a good way to pass the time. It's gotten me involved with doing things I've never done before, experiencing things I've always wanted to see, and still having my health to keep me up and about. So, while it's not remarkable on paper, the sole decision to go back to school was a fond memory because it triggered this series of events that I experienced, and am experiencing right now.
I suppose now it's all about remaining in the present, staying focused, staying grounded, and not letting myself slip into "What ifs".

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What can help to deal with someone in depression?

Things NOT to do/say when you are acquainted with someone depressed:
- Guilt-tripping: People with depression often have NO CONTROL over their feelings. So making them feel guilty about themselves by saying something like "Others have it worse" is really awful for people with depression. It makes them feel invalidated and stupid and depresses them further.
- "You don't look depressed": Often you can't "see" someone being ill directly. A lot of depressive subgroups are hidden, such as the high-functioning ones. People seem to work just "fine" but feel depressed on the inside all the time. It is also very superficial to judge someone's feelings based on their looks.
- "Just cheer up!": If it would be so easy, a depressed person would have figured that out already. It's not so easy.
-"I am also depressed/sad sometimes": No. Sadness is not the same thing as depression. We all might feel down occassionally but it is not on the same level. If you really want to show empathy, learn the difference and educate yourself. This doesen't apply to people who really suffer from depression and share their feelings.
-"You are so interesting because of that": Depression is not a fancy quite personality trait. It's an illness and nothing to be praised or romanticized for. That's a huge major red flag.
- You are NOT responsible to "cure" someone's depression, so never try to act like a professional therapist (unless you are one). You also have certain boundaries and need to friendly remind depressed people of that. I myself understand that completely and never burden my friends or acquaintances with my illness directly.
Things you CAN DO to help someone with depression:
Show empathy and compassion. Depressed people often just want you to be aware of the current situation. Offer them a sympathetic ear and be understanding. It is enough to simply be considerate and reassure depressed people that they are no less lovable. Take them seriously and do not marginalize their problems.

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dating a guy and just found out he is so depressed, can't pick himself up through his rough times and suicidal and lack motivation and eats junk all day.. at this point it is starting to get me pissed becuz for how long more do I need to put up and babysit his emotions...

Suicidal ideations, engaging in unhealthy behaviours, lack of drive and many other are symptoms of a much larger issue, these are cries for help. He's hurting but no one's listening, or at least that's how he perceives the world around him. If he's willing to establish a kinship with you, he's still holding onto hope. Understandably, his physical and psychological states may take a toll on the people around him. It's essential to exercise self-care, take time to indulge enjoyable activities and momentarily relieve any accumulated stress. When both of you are relatively relaxed, have a heart-to-heart dialogue, focusing on desired outcomes and relevant arrangements. Emphasize on your intentions to help, to Understand, to walk the journey together. Listen to understand, not to respond. Acknowledge and normalize his worries. Affirm his positive traits and collectively work on his potential limitations, manage his coping strategies, provide encouragement in every step, no matter how small it may be, and avoid discounting prior improvements. Rally other possible resources (family, friends, mentors, interest communities, mental health professionals etc) for a wider safety net and to shoulder the hardwork with you. No one is alone on this life journey. Jiayou! Here's a soulful song that may help you to understand an inner turmoil 💐
Jacob Lee - Ghost
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You could have been someone
But you let them into your head
I want you to know this instead
That I see the light in your chest
Ghost, where you from?
I can take you away, so far away
Ghost, I'll make sure they all see
The kind of man, that you can be
Open your lungs and inhale my words
I see in your eyes a reflection of hurt
The book in your mind hasn't come to an end
There's always a page, that hasn't been read

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Why do you think people have more frenemies than friends

gotchanow5012’s Profile PhotoJimmyJammers
I have learned that those people who do not like me typically suffer from low self esteem, childhood abuse and a sense of entitlement and intense feelings of envy, jealousy and injustice.
Typical outbursts are:
- The world is unfair!
- You owe me!
- Your job is to make me happy!
- I am depressed and you do not care!
And on...and on...and on...........
My reaction is simple: "NOT MY PROBLEM!"

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I found this really heart touching. How surah duha can change our lives: Surah duha was revealed when Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was depressed due to no revelation for 6 months. This surah has power to relieve depression and sadness and find peace and hope.

hira2140’s Profile PhotoHira Noor
I remember 4 years back, i was in a very dark place. This surah literally saved my life... Allah says:
"Your Lord ˹O Prophet˺ has not abandoned you, nor has He become hateful ˹of you˺."
Whenever you think that your life is full of sins and that Allah has left you and there's nowhere to go back to.. remember this.. he loves us, no matter what and its never to late to turn to him. Even few baby steps count.

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I so depressed right now. I'm in a relationship for 2 years we love each other so much but we cannot get married as he is shia and im suni. Need your suggestions

If there isn't any way you both can work it out then you should leave it immediately. I know it's easy to say than to do but believe me , it'll hurt once and you both will get someone very deserving.
Sometimes , you can't fight the fate but if you accept the fate then good things will fall your way

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I so depressed right now. I'm in a relationship for 2 years we love each other so much but we cannot get married as he is shia and im suni. Need your suggestions

Yaaaaarrrr 😭😭😭 jab pata hota aagy chances kam hain toh phir kiyu jaaty hain aisy kaamo mein? Ab hum ko bhi sad kerdia hai. ☹ Ab family ko batain yeh nahi toh koi nahi. Ab piyar kia hai toh stand bhi lein.

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What's the scariest noise you've ever heard? 🙀 🎃 👻 🦇 💀 👍 🙃

redoasis2017’s Profile PhotoѼ Ѽ Ѽ ƬΣПΛᄃIӨЦƧ ƬӨMMΛY™ Ѽ Ѽ Ѽ
The one that scared me the most or the one I find the scariest now?
When I was a child, my father got addicted to medicine in his depressed phase. He was mistreated. Every single day he yelled at someone. One day, a moment before he started to yell at my mom, I saw it on his face that he was gonna yell at her again because he had just gotten told off. He started to shout and threw the remote control at the window and it broke. As he stood up, he began to walk up to my mom just yell at her and threaten her with suicide like he always did. I'll never forget that shouting.
The sound that I find the scariest now is the combination of the wind blowing and the clock ticking in an empty building. It reminds me how lonely I am and that's one of the things I'm really scared of: being left all alone. Entirely. Because of this I removed the batteries from the clocks in the house, turn on some music every time no one's home and let my cats in. Also, I chat with people a lot, so I'm never lonely even in solitude.

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I found this really heart touching. How surah duha can change our lives: Surah duha was revealed when Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was depressed due to no revelation for 6 months. This surah has power to relieve depression and sadness and find peace and hope.

hira2140’s Profile PhotoHira Noor
Yes the Surah, reminds us that our hardships won’t last forever, and how they passed before; they will pass again. Alhamdulilah for everything Allah has given us, for when we look at those who have nothing, then we realise how lucky we are.And the way Allah has given to you, you can give to others from what He gave to you. And the reward for that lies only with Him.

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I found this really heart touching. How surah duha can change our lives: Surah duha was revealed when Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was depressed due to no revelation for 6 months. This surah has power to relieve depression and sadness and find peace and hope.

hira2140’s Profile PhotoHira Noor
I'm sorry, but "sad" would have been a fine word to be used here instead of "depressed" for Holy prophet s.a.w.

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Imagine, a stranger is tasked with summarising the kind of person you're. But the info they've on you is a video footage going about your most recent week. Based on the tapes alone, what opinion would they form about you?

paradiseeve5’s Profile PhotoDuaa.
Omg haha.
Well, lonely and slightly depressed, confused, indecisive, trying really hard to not lose hope and keep moving.
ps. resilience khatam hay mujhpe sis ngl.
pps. i went on a single date last wk, i was happy but also lonely af. smt life makes me want to give up for good but then i have to obey Allah and not lose hope.
ppps. i would like to take this opportunity to ask you guys to say a little prayer for me 💜 would mean sm to me. May Allah SWT take away my sorrows and bless my heart with gratitude & contentment. Amen for life!!

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In your life so far, what do you believe to be the most important lesson that youve learned?

AdrianaRafaela98’s Profile PhotoAdriianna Rafaella
Putting myself first because ultimately this is the only time I get to live life in this current body. There's nobody else in this world who is going to be like me. There may be people similar to me, but none will be identical. So when it's all said and done, I want to be able to look back on life and feel good at what I was able to achieve.
I don't want to be old and have regrets because that's going to make me feel depressed, miserable, and it's not going to end well for me because I'll just feel like I wasted my life. So instead of having a life full of regrets, I might as well put myself first and put my needs first. That way I can feel better about myself and knowing that at least I did something that can make me feel more accomplished without sacrificing my own happiness, freedom, etc.

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I'm extremely annoyed and sad. Despite of having friends when you don't have a shoulder to cry on. Or they just listen to you with sahi Acha hmm and then gets busy with their other friends laughing & enjoying forgetting you. I detest everyone. No friend's real. Fake promises. Fake everything. #staif

not everyone is the world can be the way you think about them.
you need to know humans have their business, their chores, their mess to clean.
nobody has time for everybody.
& we can't complain, to retain them forcefully.
try to learn, people like to be with someone who laughs, makes them forget the pain of their life.
instead of being with someone who has his endless story of grief or pain to tell everytime the have a eye contact.
people will ignore you left you alone if you keep looking for angels in this world of HUMANS.
try to clean your mess on your own, self healing works.
try to make your vibe happy, and full of life if you want people around you.
sad and depressed is not something humans get attracted to. 🌚🥀

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How can I break up with someone who loves me so much that they have nightmares about me leaving them? I know I will be happier if I leave, but they are so depressed, and they treat me like the only good thing in their life, so I have no idea how they will react. They've never done anything wrong, bu

You can’t sacrifice your happiness for someone else’s. No matter what. Hurting someone you care about is never easy. But they will will be okay eventually, where if you stay you’ll just continue to be unhappy. If he really loves you, he won’t try to make you feel worse about it, he’ll be upset but not angry. I’ve known people to say they’d kill themselves and that’s manipulative and a horrible thing to say to someone you supposedly love so much that you can’t live without them. And guess what? That’s not real love. That’s possession. So keep that in mind. I would also make sure you tell them that just because you don’t want a romantic future, it doesn’t mean you don’t want them in your life at all. Because it sounds like you’re someone they lean on. This won’t be easy but it sounds like you have to do it, and I would do it alone.

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What social stigma does society need to get over?

AdrianaRafaela98’s Profile PhotoAdriianna Rafaella
Stigma against sex, sexting, sexual orientation, kinks, etc.
Stigma against the suicidal, depressed, those will mental disorders, etc.
Stigma against political beliefs
Stigma against religion
Stigma against culture
Stigma against slut shaming, body shaming, racism etc.
“Oh, my God- you’re a waitress? What will people say?”
“Oh, my God- you work at a call center? That is so tacky.”
“Oh, my God- you make tiffins for a living? How categorically middle class!”
It is high time now that we understand that no job is beneath another.
As long as you are working, you are doing something good.
We need to accept the dignity of labour and treat every working professional as an equal.
Because your maid does not owe you her service- she is earning her bread and butter. And you are sipping on the cold coffee she made for you.
That atheists/atheism are/is seen as “immoral” all because certain theists think it’s necessary to believe in an imaginary friend(s) in order to know right from wrong.
That women having multiple, consenting sexual partners of legal age somehow makes them “sluts”, “whores” etc.
That wanting to be single and never wanting children at all ever in ones life is somehow “weird”.
That men who cry are somehow “weak” and “less than a man"
That abortion is somehow “murder” when in reality, it’s a perfectly legal and medical procedure.
Shaming other people’s sexual orientation.
That being a “nerd” is somehow “lame” and “boring”.
That women are only good for fucking, breeding, cooking, cleaning etc. (wash, rinse, repeat) and nothing more than that.
That if the man in the marriage/relationship makes less money than his wife/girlfriend, then he is somehow “inferior” or “lazy”.
The social stigma of all should end.

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What social stigma does society need to get over

Okay lang ba kung iunfriend ko former classmates ko sa facebook for the betterment of my mental health? I admit I get jealous when I see their posts and makes me want to think sana di nalang ako depressed or smth. (Kung may magsasabi man ng "kasalanan mo yan haha", tangina mo wag ka na sumagot)

that's also a good way to cope with the worsening of the mental health. you can also follow pages and flood your timeline with memes like what i do, or just stay off from sns for a while. either way, mental health is important. disgregard useless advice like "suck it up" or "it's all in your head". i know you are trying your best to recover, sending virtual support. stay strong dear

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HELLO! 😇 How do you feel about modern music? Is it better or worse than older songs?

arzorizvi’s Profile PhotoArzo Abbas
Well in my case i grew up listening to 90s rock music and that era was amazing like I remember the days when I used to free roam in GTA VC while listening to the ballads on V Rock radio station and the tv channels at that time like ary muzik, aag etc were amazing. The band culture scene was at its peak at that time. There were proper bands dropping their albums with cool art covers and band posters. You'd have to wait for months just to get a rs.20 wali pirated cd of Linkin Park or you'd wait for a live gig show to attend. So yeah, I grew up listening to rock music. Its a part of me now. Its in my roots.
I'm really sad about the fact that rock music is disappearing from mainstream charts because I think the sound of rock music perfectly defines the sound of the second half of the 20th century, perhaps in the way that jazz music, which was the mainstream pop music of the early part of the 20th century, defined that era. Now we live in a very electronic world, surrounded by electronic music. So yeah, it keeps evolving and as a musician, I'm depressed about the fact that its disappearing but also excited that music continues to evolve, to change and that there will always be numerous possibilities to it.

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HELLO  How do you feel about modern music Is it better or worse than older songs

Your depression is just fashion, just to look cool right?

You pr**k, you god damn pr**k you think my depression is just fashion? I tell people that I’m depressed and having panic attacks when it’s on peak like when I’m minutes away from taking my own life... it’s easy for people like you to say this type of sh*t when u got good people around who support you and everything but try being me for a week like you can’t walk in my shoes so it’s better for you to shut that dirty mouth of yours!

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What do you do best?

Just so happens everyone's problems are well within my area of expertise. Languages just so happens to be my area of expertise. I won Gang-Wars three times. For those who aren't old enough to remember it, it was a browser-based online game where you could recruit gangsters and buy drugs on a fictional drug stock market. You would win if your gang was the #1 ranked in value at the end of each month. There were something like 50,000 gangs playing each month and I won twice in 2002 and once in 2003. I also once had the world record for Pikachu's Break the Targets in the N64 version of Smash Brothers. You would take a photo of your time and send the photo to the site that kept the records. I don't think I have that record anymore but at the time it was about 11 seconds. I'm still trying to get there at something legitimate (like my podcast or YouTube channel). I'm almost forty and I'll worry that I'll never be there at anything that isn't trivial or small. Most of the things I do rely on other people to validate and I can control that. Maybe someday I will be the best, but for now I just keep trying.
Only real thing I was any good at was woodworking. back in high school I entered a contest my junior year. It was at a local county level, and my teacher pushed me to do it. I was expecting something like dead last, but came out first. After county, I took some more local school competitions and my teacher sent me to the state Skills USA competition. I did not place that year. My senior year, I went through and honed my skills the best I could for the upcoming competition. I slammed region and school level, and made it to state expecting the same result. Turns out I got first. Now after state, there is Nationals and then a four year waiting period where all the best in the world are gathered for the competition. The national competition cost a pretty penny, but I got to go thanks to my supportive parents. I busted my ass for a week stressing out over the contest, looking to make my parents and instructor proud. Everyone around me was having fun and laughing it up the entire stay in kansas city waiting for the competition. When the time came and the judges did there thing, I waited for the medals to be handed out. I wasn't third, or second. I wasn't first either, much as I would have liked to be. I came home feeling depressed like I had failed my family. They said they were proud of me, but it still felt like I lost. I later checked with my instructor and it turns out I made 4th place. Not enough to get a medal, but pretty damn high up there. Really that's the only story of "being the best" that I have, and it isn't much but maybe it's what you're looking for.

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What's your definition of healing?

AisyahIsHere2’s Profile PhotoAisyahpotated
For me, it's accepting the fact that I will have bad days on my journey of healing but not allowing it to stop me from moving forward. It's saying no to things I don't want to do, letting go of toxic people or traits and praising the good days. It's being able to get out of bed and do a couple more task then the previous day. It's noticing the little things, like being less anxious or depressed. Appreciating the positive and doing what brings me joy. It's admitting I need help or I need to talk and speaking with my safe person.

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How close are you with your family? Further question: if you are not close, why? If you are close, what is your favorite memory with your family?

Not close because ever since my parents split my mom was always in her own little whirlpool of self-destruction and depression, and she literally had too many problems to really care about my brother and I. I don't blame her, but it's definitely taken a toll on our relationship. There have definitely been times when I felt like I could relate to my mother, but those times are few and far between, and most of the time at the end of the day I realize how different and distant we really are regardless of how much I try to believe otherwise. Same goes with my brother, he and I get along fine now (not really when we were younger) but it's really obvious we're on such different wavelengths. In some ways he's still a child, and sometimes when he tries to joke around and all it feels immensely awkward to have to force a laugh. We're just not that good a match, but I love them both all the same. I don't have a particular favorite moment because it is the small things that make it great. Chilling in the kitchen on a Saturday, snacking on leftovers and shooting shit, going out for lunch or dinner at a hole in the wall restaurant, wandering into museums on a lovely afternoon, all just quiet and reading in the same room, etc. The list goes on and on.
Today I don't think I can pick; I'm close to both and value my relationship with each of them in a different way. I guess if I really, really, really had to pick, I'd still say my dad. My mom once told me that she thought I loved my dad more and she was perfectly fine with that but that's not it, I don't love him more, it's just that we're more alike so we understand each other more easily.
I fear my Father's death a lot as I know I'll be fucking depressed for a long time (i'm fighting back tears just thinking about it) and I can always have a good chat with him... but we don't ever really talk about personal things. Dad tries, he's an incredibly great father, but I'm a bit closed off... not by choice, I just clam up and then feel shit because I've clammed up. Mum has that Mum power over me, where if I'm struggling to stay strong in a tough situation, just seeing her/hearing her will make me burst into tears and she'll say "awww what's wrong honey" and her support (I'm not sure if she realises she does this), always comes across like I could do no wrong and stuff anyone who's upset me. Luckily I'm a lot more open-minded and understand I make mistakes too, but it's sweet that she has my back.
Nah, I live alone, but they only live 30 minutes away and my little sister and nephew still lives with them, plus our older brother and his wife live very close to them, so I can drop in any time and it's always a light-filled happy house full of family... It will be devastating if one of those lights goes out.

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De qui êtes vous le plus proche dans votre famille ?

Synyst911’s Profile PhotoSynyst911
Right now my daughter. I got divorced after a faithful happy marriage (I thought so 27 yrs.). It hit my daughter and I pretty hard. She is such a sensitive soul and so am I. We seem to share a unique bond in that we have egg shell outsides and if we stick together we keep each other from breaking emotionally.
My grandmother. Always been there for me, given me advice, kept my secrets, dealt with my mood swings from depression and overall a very sweet and selfless woman. Took care of me as a child while my mom was working and even watched my Saturday morning cartoons with me even though she doesn't speak a lick of English. She is the only person on this planet I'd ever trust my life to and I dread the day I won't have her around anymore.
My step father and surprisingly the sister I got in the most fights with when we grew up together. My step father has always been in my life even before he got married to my mom. Even though he was just a family friend at the time he opened my eyes to sci-fi and fantasy and had intelligent conversations with me even though I was a child. We would theorize space travel and it's downfalls and those conversations are the ones I treasure most. I have 8 sibling between my divorced family and I am the oldest. My middle sister 6 years younger who has a different dad use to fight all the time. We said some really nasty shit to each other all the time. Now that we are adults we are better friends then my other sisters because we go through a lot of the same issues with the rest of our family and have bonded over it. Can't really say why it when that changed but we have an awesome relationship now.
She and I are eerily alike on most things, but have our own respective differences. We've both always been immensely insecure, shy, and introverted, but the one thing we could rely on was that we had had each other's backs and could rely on one another for companionship. I always felt very distressed as a child and a teenager if I didn't share a lunch or recess period with her, because that often meant I would be alone. Even as an adult, I find myself feeling antsy if I have to attend a social function without her, as horrible as it sounds; the first thing we tend to ask each other about social functions amongst people we both know is, "are you going?"
My dad. He’s my best friend and has been as long as I can remember. I was incredibly depressed as a teenager but he was always there for me with no judgement. On sad mornings when I’d cry before leaving the house, he’d drive me to school and buy me a treat to make the day better- just like a donut and coffee or something simple, but it always made me feel loved. He’s the smartest, most helpful, kindest, funniest man I know. He can fix anything and will teach you how to do it patiently the whole way. He makes me laugh every day and always goes out of his way to help his friends.

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In one word, what do you live for?

You want the truth or do you want me to compose a false answer that makes people feel good?
The truth is that I do not know why I live.
The truth is that I do not know if my birth was intentional or an accident resulting from my parents drunken stupor.
The truth is that nobody knows why they are alive and I believe that is the primary reason why mental illness is increasing exponentially across the world, and why we have so many neurotic, anxious, depressed and insufferable people, is because they are trying to make sense of a reality that could damn well be an illusion. And that is the unvarnished truth.
Now let me qualify what I have written by telling those who I have inadvertently offended, which occurs whenever the truth is revealed, that I will be more than happy to delete this post and respond with a discourse that is more palatable, pleasing, positive and felicitous, but also false.
QUESTION: Why do you think we exist?

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What celebrity do you miss the most and why?

Juice WRLD. Not a day goes by where I think about what would have happened if he had just been arrested for the pills instead of popping them all at once. Kid had too much talent for his own good, the way he would pull melodies and freestyles out of thin air was impeccable, and for that to be all gone days after turning 21 is too painful. Me too. His films and photography were incredible — there was so much spark in everything he created. Every celeb has a public persona, of course, but it seems like his heart really was as big and joy as infectious as his colleagues and friends have professed it to be.
I wish Marilyn Monroe had a chance to heal and find peace in life before her passing. Her life was harder than many people know — she was depressed, had anxiety, and had at least one invisible physical condition, for example — and it’s a bummer that she was known as a “dumb blonde” despite her intellect, activism, and skill in dramatic acting as well as comedic/“leading lady” roles. Deserved better all ‘round.
The two that fucked me up the most were Robin Williams and Kobe Bryant. Both of those days I’ll never forget and was in complete shock. The others I miss the most are, Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty. Watching Golden Girls with my mom and grandma growing up I true came to love them all (including Betty White.)
It just happened but Mac Miller hit hard. Especially listening to some of his songs where you can tell he knew it was coming for him and that his days were counted.
I mean, I think he knew his days were numbered. He must have sensed that his time was running short. He was living on borrowed time, and everyone in my family knew it.
It was then that I knew that he wouldn't last much longer. He had a very short time to live.
Being a Star Trek nerd, I was always fond of the way he played Checkov. He nailed Walter’s dialect and he added a childlike enthusiasm to the role. The third JJ-verse film I believe was dedicated to him.
Alex Trebek. As lovely as Ken Jennings is hosting Jeopardy, Alex had such a natural presence that I don't think anyone can replace or outdo.

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Rabiaa can we talk rn?

yar anon apke sath kabhi aisa hota hai ke itni kutton wali bhook lag rahi ho and then u decide to cook for urself and completely lose ur appetite half way thru the process but it’s too late to go back because the chicken is now cut into smol cubes and ur not sure if it can be freezed again and u can’t un cut tomatoes so u just cook the whole thing then put it inside da fridge and go to sleep feeling like a depressed ratatouille

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Yes I know. You got used to a certain standard, and you're conditioned to believe that anything better than that (low) standard is great. Incidentally, have you seen anyone to help you work through your depression and self-esteem issues?

my boyfriend treats me like im his world now, he didnt at the beginning thats what i’ve been trying to get at. im not depressed anymore and i have pretty good self esteem

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