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kylee whitaker




14 Apr 1996

well im 12. very mature for my age. i love screamo/metal bands! i love going to shows, chillin with friends, riding my dirt bikes and four wheelers, and being VERY weird!!!!! i hate drama and the ppl who cause so much of it. im part of the "stoner/scene & emo kid" group at school i guess you could saMore saduisahduiash dsau

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hazel_eyes435 asked:

19 Aug 2010

oh no....

well i am pretty depressed all the time and just over all sad ): i used to cut... but i havent for like 4 or 5 months now. and my depression is coming back. like i have thought of suicide alot, cutting, and just harmfull things to be done to myself. i dont want to live like that anymore. i've wrote a couple suicide notes in the past week. i cant talk to my mom about it cuz she gets mad and says rude and hurtful things, none of my friends understand or know what to do, i dont speak with my dad. i havent for 4 years now. i have no where to go and im scared of what i might do. this is pretty personal but i just need some advice.

XOXO, Kylee



starling_smile says:

Posted on 19 Aug 2010

Writing always helps me when I feel that way, whether it's poetry, lyrics, or even letters that you'll never send. Being able to vent your feelings where no one else can see calms me a lot.

You could also try doing some more things you like, like maybe going to the movies, shopping or hanging out with friends.

Reading can also help, or playing an instrument. Sometimes even crying for long amounts of time makes me feel better afterwards.

Honestly honey, just try to relax and see the bright side of everything, and stay positive. Just take deep breaths and keep telling yourself "I'm okay, I'm perfect, I'll be fine."

You'll get through this, believe me, I've been there. :)


bear14 says:

Posted on 19 Aug 2010

well, i use to cut myself too...i had the problem for at least 2 years. i finally found something to focus a reason to stop....i stopped for my boyfriend because he didn't like it and he loved me....i've been cut free for...i think 4 years now...i've thought about it when i'm really upset, but i can't go through with it because of my boyfriend and i just can't put myself through that pain


shadyca says:

Posted on 19 Aug 2010

well, it's good that you have admitted you have a problem. cause most of people don't realise they have a problem at all and they don't want any help. I would like to say 'I understand' but I really don't. I never cut myself though I've been through some both manic and depressive states.

how do I handle it?

well, since I'm my own psychologist, the thing is do first is talk to my inner self and watch for the signs. cause something is causing that depression and in order to fell satisfied again we need to find the root of it. it manifests whether through my dreams or unintentional thoughts, but you must learn to recognize the signs. thenm, when I discover where is the problem, I let it out. I used to cry before, it was my went. but haven't cried in 3 months now though I've been down. so my way of dealing with it is-music. music really helps me relax, and not forget about it but keeps me thinking about it and then when I feel an urge to do something is not appropriate-I write. either poetry or short/long stories. in fact, couple of days ago, I wrote a short story on this ill guy sending his mother a letter. it was kinda autobiographic and it helped a lot. I felt instantly better.

and I find the sun helpful. vitamin D. go out as much as possible, be on the sun cause sun really makes you feel better, you can feel that optimism. try to fall asleep as soon as you can in the night cause most depressions manifest at their hardest stages at the night (I should know, I'm an insomniac -.-'')

ask yourself every day-how am I compared to yesterday? you'll really begin to want to be better as days go by

and what can I say more? you MUST talk to someone. I'm not saying that you must go to psychologist, I'm just trying to say you really need someone to tell everything about this. it will really make you feel better, knowing that you're not alone and that other people understand you. or they're at least trying to understand.

hope I helped (:

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