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    Dancing naked in the moonlight.

    Please source the peer reviewed, research link that shows that suggestion helps suicidal people


    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    I've also worked with troubled teenagers as a counsellor.
    A qualified counsellor? Or do you have a TEFL equivalent of that too?

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    Back on ignore, Willy. Don't need it, don't wanna hear it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Please source the peer reviewed, research link that shows that suggestion helps suicidal people
    Soooooo, that's a no?

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    ^You're an asshole and always will be one to me. Why aren't you riding Chitty's balls as he had the first few ideas, huh??
    Figured as much, troll and bully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    A qualified counsellor? Or do you have a TEFL equivalent of that too?

    Another no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    #464 (True Love: Have you ever had it?)

    Started the trolling when in your SAD mood you began to troll pickel. Simple...
    Ao....talking shit, as usual.

    Pickel's first post in this thread was :

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    If they haven't solved your "winter" depression in 22 years, it isn't winter depression, you're just a wanker.

    Winter in Brisbane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Ao....talking shit, as usual.

    Pickel's first post in this thread was :
    And?

    He's got you bang on.



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    Back on ignore,
    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    ^You're an asshole and always will be one to me.
    So not on ignore?


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    7, Do a bungee jump
    8, Travel somewhere different
    9, Start an exercise program that will produce endorphins and make you feel better....

    Oh and FOKW

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Someone living in Brisbane (where I lived for a long time ) complaining about getting SAD in Brisbanes bright sunny blue sky (but admittedly mildly cool for a couple of weeks ) winters is hilarious.
    SAD affects people in the far northern or southern zones where winters are long and cold and grey and miserable and lack of sunshine literally depletes the body's vitamin D and gives people pallow skin and warts.
    I feel LD's pain. Down to a chilly mid winter 22C in Brisbane today. No wonder I migrate north for the winter to avoid this depressive climate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    I feel LD's pain
    ...don't be silly: you're not universally despised...

    ...yet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    Coming out with rubbish like this only highlights your complete and utter ignorance of what depression does to someone and how they feel.

    The only thing he need prioritise now is getting help from professionals who actually know what the fuck they are talking about. Suggesting watching cat videos, eating sandwiches, dancing naked, or reading bullshit religious snippets of 'enlightenment' will only get him one place, and it's not the place where he needs to be.

    And I don't mean that as a personal dig at you, it's a general observation about the advice being given in this thread in the main.
    Spot on. Dude is talking about killing himself and needs urgent professional help not trite shite and fucking cat videos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    7, Do a bungee jump
    Brilliant. Well done.

    With or without the rope, you heartless bastard?

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    How are you holding up Wally?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    I feel LD's pain. Down to a chilly mid winter 22C in Brisbane today. No wonder I migrate north for the winter to avoid this depressive climate.
    LOL.. trying living in Canada in January. Often goes down to -25 C with the windchill.

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    That windshield factor is a killer.



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    I reckon Wally might be getting a kick out of this classic TD thread. Prancer has really done a number on it. Tries to come off as a depression psychologist while at the same time threatening to kick peoples asses and wishing lung disease on others. Then makes it into a contest of "who can help Wally the most"? Nobody can, Wally needs professional help. I did not think so when he started the thread but for sure do now.

    Wally mate if your command of Japanese is good enough look for a depression specialist there, or if you can get back to Oz and see somebody on your governments dime.

    You know we have talked about exercise, it has done wonders for me mentally as well as physically. Just get out for long walks a couple of times a day to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ..oh, dear! Another red from LD...

    ...my advice to Wally, given on pg 4 I think, was to stop posting on this thread and get a life...we are now on pg 19: you're throwing red repo like porridge bowls and Wally's still moaning...
    19 pages with only a handful of posts from myself, though.

    i do read the advice and try to take it in. you are lucky if you dont understand my state of mind. when you are in such darkness you just cant see any light. again - you are very lucky if you dont understand that - clearly you dont.

    i dont understand the flaming LD, MM, etc have copped. The advice is good hearted. Speak to a buddhist monk - why not? nothing to lose. I dont think MM meant l should literally dance in the rain - but l get it. Bungee jump? adrenalin boost + getting focus away from my pain body = not a bad idea. I mean, l am super depressed but still l am able to take the positives from all advice given. I am actually surprised at the backlash from such advice, as l know there were only good intentions.

    there has been lots of advice and i am doing my best to take it on board -- but the 19 pages or so are mostly people arguing ... which i find just plain weird. that said, i am very grateful to the people who have reached out to me. you know who you are ...

    i have lost touch with the politics of this place but from where i am sitting there seems to be way too much nastiness on TD these days. I mentioned this earlier but was told that is the way it has always been. I disagree. There was a lot of love to be found here in the early days too. The banter was mostly light hearted stuff - besides perhaps DDs late night/early morning rants, that were at least pretty bladdy funny too. I just dont get why people want to keep coming here if all you want to do is hurt fellow posters. I truly just dont get it ... its noice to be noice, and all that..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally Dorian Raffles View Post
    but the 19 pages or so are mostly people arguing ... which i find just plain weird.

    It is tedious sometimes, and I don't get it either. I think some just enjoy conflict and arguing, like a contest. Some truly don't like others on here, try to bully them off the forum or something. A few just argue for shits and giggles and don't take it seriously I suspect. Once the arguing and name-calling start I usually just scroll past until something meatier comes up on the thread.

    It does seem like the forum was lighter back in the beginning, but maybe we're just looking at the past with rose colored glasses. Folks have been fighting since the beginning of internet forums, bulletin boards I think they were called in the 90's.

    Anyway, stay with us Wally, the storm will end if you just wait it out.

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    I lost the "one". Still feel it 12 years later, even though I married an incredible woman. I didn't have a drug or alcohol problem. Had a son, he was the only thing that kept me sane.
    It was her fault, she couldn't really live with what she did and although I was more than willing, after our last talk she never spoke with me again. I don't even know the reason why? Maybe she thought I would wait forever as she apparently did? Maybe it broke her again when I got married. To this day no answers for anything. It did make me realize I needed to do everything I can for my families future, which I plan meticulously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwpage3 View Post
    It was her fault, she couldn't really live with what she did and although I was more than willing, after our last talk she never spoke with me again.
    Well don’t be shy, tell us what happened. Give us the goss.
    Many experts here to get you over that trauma.

    Btw - welcome to Teak Door

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwpage3 View Post
    I lost the "one". Still feel it 12 years later, even though I married an incredible woman. I didn't have a drug or alcohol problem. Had a son, he was the only thing that kept me sane.
    It was her fault, she couldn't really live with what she did and although I was more than willing, after our last talk she never spoke with me again. I don't even know the reason why? Maybe she thought I would wait forever as she apparently did? Maybe it broke her again when I got married. To this day no answers for anything. It did make me realize I needed to do everything I can for my families future, which I plan meticulously.

    Yeah... welcome to TD . Some nasty fuck gave you a red, but I fixed this for you.... at least for now.

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    Well it certainly makes a change from a first post asking about rebar.

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    When the heart
    Is cracked or boken
    Do not clutch it
    Let the wound lie open

    Let the wind
    From the good old sea blow in
    To bathe the would with salt
    And let it sting

    Let a stray dog lick it
    Let a bird lean in the hole and sing
    A simple song like a tiny bell
    And let it ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    When the heart
    Is cracked or boken
    Do not clutch it
    Let the wound lie open

    Let the wind
    From the good old sea blow in
    To bathe the would with salt
    And let it sting

    Let a stray dog lick it
    Let a bird lean in the hole and sing
    A simple song like a tiny bell
    And let it ring.

    Empty Platitudes for Wally.

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