• I’m 14 years old and I think I’m going through derealization. Help.?

    I’m 14 years old and was the happiest kid ever until I did something I wasn’t supposed to and had the worst panic attack of my life. It’s been 3 weeks I’m not the same again. I keep getting paranoid and think everyone around me is just a robot or not real and out to get me. I feel so different i was fine and just a... show more
    I’m 14 years old and was the happiest kid ever until I did something I wasn’t supposed to and had the worst panic attack of my life. It’s been 3 weeks I’m not the same again. I keep getting paranoid and think everyone around me is just a robot or not real and out to get me. I feel so different i was fine and just a normal kid and now I can’t feel my body. This is the scariest thing I don’t know what to do and just want it to go away. No one irl understands
    8 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Are you brainwashed to think the Clintons are innocent?

    Best answer: LOL, libtards are the brainwashed losers
    Best answer: LOL, libtards are the brainwashed losers
    27 answers · 2 days ago
  • What do you think of this quote: “If she weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her”?

    Best answer: Only a pervert would think something like that. A parent can think that their child is attractive, but to actually go as far as saying about wanting to date them if they weren't the parent, is disturbing.
    Best answer: Only a pervert would think something like that. A parent can think that their child is attractive, but to actually go as far as saying about wanting to date them if they weren't the parent, is disturbing.
    15 answers · 1 day ago
  • I have crippling depression?

    Best answer: Same
    Best answer: Same
    18 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do I have brain cancer?

    Best answer: When you are 14 years old, your body is going through some pretty major physical and chemical changes as you transition to becoming an adult. It puts stress on your body and different people react differently to that stress. When I went through it when I was 14, I thought I was going insane or having a mental... show more
    Best answer: When you are 14 years old, your body is going through some pretty major physical and chemical changes as you transition to becoming an adult. It puts stress on your body and different people react differently to that stress. When I went through it when I was 14, I thought I was going insane or having a mental breakdown. Like you, it frightened me. These effects only last a few days, never to return. Hang in there, you're okay.
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • How to cure crippling anxiety and depression?

    My heart is definitely taking a beating today. Ive had the same anxiety atrack for 13 hours. I can't stop crying as well. The minute I got home from work today I just sat on my couch abd haven't found the energy to move. I can't wash my face, eat, use the bathroom, move, study, nothing. I feel weak.
    My heart is definitely taking a beating today. Ive had the same anxiety atrack for 13 hours. I can't stop crying as well. The minute I got home from work today I just sat on my couch abd haven't found the energy to move. I can't wash my face, eat, use the bathroom, move, study, nothing. I feel weak.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Solution for loneliness?

    Best answer: 1. Connect through your sports, hobbies, passions or interests. Meet like-minded people who share something that you also love. They will make time for you; other people already have full calendars. 2. Borrow or adopt a dog and go walking. People talk to people with dogs. 3. Talk to senior citizens. They have... show more
    Best answer: 1. Connect through your sports, hobbies, passions or interests.
    Meet like-minded people who share something that you also love. They will make time for you; other people already have full calendars.

    2. Borrow or adopt a dog and go walking.
    People talk to people with dogs.

    3. Talk to senior citizens.
    They have plenty of wisdom, time, and advice that they can share. By listening, you are also validating them as well as yourself.

    4. Expect it to be challenging.
    It may be difficult for you, but don’t give up. Keep going but start with the easiest options first.

    5. Find out why you feel lonely.
    Perhaps there is some bitterness, resentment, or guilt that you are carrying around. It is time to forgive yourself and others so that you have the best chance possible to connect with yourself and others.

    6. Celebrate.
    Develop new routines and rituals to celebrate special occasions and reward your new healthy behaviors.

    7. Be brave.
    It takes courage and persistence to overcome your bad habits—but it all starts with you, not someone else. Ask for help, seek some guidance, but take full responsibility for your happiness.

    8. Dream big.
    Visualize what you want in the future and watch it materialize. Keep your vision sharp and clear.

    Can you see how none of these suggest finding a partner or fixing the one you have? Isn’t that liberating? By connecting through various people, activities, or regular commitments, you are no longer dependent on a partner to complete you or help you overcome your feelings of loneliness
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • At last, my software works. Would you like to see what any government camera can see, and if you are being watched?

    Best answer: ok Bro, good story
    Best answer: ok Bro, good story
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do hockey players have stinky balls?

    7 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Will I die alone?

    Best answer: You're not gonna die alone but you should probably learn to be nicer. If you're frustrated just say so don't yell it. If he yelled at you wouldn't you be upset? exactly you would. You also can't make him get a job maybe you should give yourself some time to bounce back from the relationship and... show more
    Best answer: You're not gonna die alone but you should probably learn to be nicer. If you're frustrated just say so don't yell it. If he yelled at you wouldn't you be upset? exactly you would. You also can't make him get a job maybe you should give yourself some time to bounce back from the relationship and then look for someone who works for a living and can handle your strong personality.
    8 answers · 23 hours ago
  • How to deal with someone Ho is ready to explode?

    My husband keeps walking around with this weird look on his face and strains until it turns bright *** red. He jumps up and down and yells repeatedly that he’s “literally about to explode!” Hes done it several times this week already and idk what the hell he wants from me. I just started ignoring him and this... show more
    My husband keeps walking around with this weird look on his face and strains until it turns bright *** red. He jumps up and down and yells repeatedly that he’s “literally about to explode!” Hes done it several times this week already and idk what the hell he wants from me. I just started ignoring him and this seems to make it worse. What should I be doing for this annoying jackass?
    12 answers · 2 days ago