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By Ymir
12/18/2011 10:07:04 PM
What I wouldn't give for someone who actually wants to spend time with me on a regular basis/ almost every day.

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What about a pet?    
"I read your first post, so I know that you have serious issues with depression. My heart and prayers go out to you. I know you are loved more than you realize. If not by your family, then by God and by Christ. I know you don't believe in God, but he believes in you, and he loves you more than you could know. I am sure that it pains him deeply that you have such a difficult challenge.

Can you get a pet? Sometimes just having something besides ourselves to look after can give us some purpose and joy.

Stay strong."
posted at 00:08:08 on December 19, 2011 by Anonymous
Alone    
"Funny how this strikes a cord with me today....

Ymir, I am married and have been for 14 years. How could I possibly relate to what you are saying?

Even though I am 'with' someone who 'wants' to be with me...he has fidelity issues. Heaven only knows how alone that feels. Sometimes I cry and wish with all my heart that I could just be with someone who was there with me instead of in a relationship wrapped up in mixed messages and betrayals.

Somewhere along the way I've started to learn that happiness doesn't come from other people or being with other people. I am going to be happy despite what I don't have. Or at least I am trying to.

Hang in there."
posted at 21:26:15 on December 19, 2011 by maddy
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"At this point I feel very alone, and I also share similar feelings.

I'm not entirely sure what to say, but I want you to know that I emphasize with you in this regard.Keep trying :-)

Anon16"
posted at 17:52:26 on January 16, 2012 by anon16


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