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# 256 : Saturday 3-11-2018 @ 08:44
 
 
not really I guess its because I see my friends with a partner and I want someone in my life but feel it really hits me this time of the year....
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# 257 : Saturday 3-11-2018 @ 10:05
 
 
Yeah I get that, anyone I meet just wants sex and I'd be looking for more than that. So I choose to stay single, do a lot of volunteer work and meditation when I can.
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# 258 : Saturday 3-11-2018 @ 10:46
 
 
I do county council volunteer work which helps but to a certain degree. However I still get a sense of lonely.
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# 259 : Friday 9-11-2018 @ 14:23
 
 
I know depression can be hard for people I was depressed in my teen years as I was over weight, a geek, bullied badly and then because of my Asperger's felt totally out of place and also had a slight stutter. I also was depressed because I was like a total loner as I was badly treated in boarding school. And in later years when I was in the work place and had to explain sometimes needed to be explained stuff twice as I had a disorder and once explained no problem can do the work. However I did find a lot of times the work place did not treat people like myself with respect as they thought I was plain dumb because I needed stuff repeated. So then developed Anxiety. I think we need to talk more and help people with depression and also focus on hidden disabilities more as they are not seen and need to be addressed. And not just given tablets and sent on their way.
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# 260 : Friday 9-11-2018 @ 17:35
 
 
I think, Mental health needs to begin in primary schools going forward and teach kids. Mindfulness/Meditation/PE/Respect, Subjects should begin at 10am and after an hour of the subjects I mentioned.
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# 261 : Friday 9-11-2018 @ 17:43
 
 
Someone said :
I think, Mental health needs to begin in primary schools going forward and teach kids. Mindfulness/Meditation/PE/Respect, Subjects should begin at 10am and after an hour of the subjects I mentioned.

Are these not subjects?
There is a simpler solutiob, given that you cannot impose to schools a time table, as they have to adapt to their own needs/specificities. Schools sre not cults.
Simply replace religion (which promotes indirectly abuse, low self esteem and intolerance, and bruises thethe criticalcritical mindmind) with civics and mental health.
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# 262 : Friday 9-11-2018 @ 18:49
 
 
I think GPs should not do a quick fix with saying you need this pill and that pill. I am not on medication but each time I visit my GP he wants to give me some form of tablets without even chatting to me, and just thinking because I have a hidden disability that I would want some sort of pills.
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# 263 : Friday 9-11-2018 @ 21:49
 
 
Someone said :

Are these not subjects?
There is a simpler solutiob, given that you cannot impose to schools a time table, as they have to adapt to their own needs/specificities. Schools sre not cults.
Simply replace religion (which promotes indirectly abuse, low self esteem and intolerance, and bruises thethe criticalcritical mindmind) with civics and mental health.

Yes they are, but we need to start them from a young age and I agree with all you say.
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# 264 : Friday 9-11-2018 @ 21:51
 
 
Someone said :
I think GPs should not do a quick fix with saying you need this pill and that pill. I am not on medication but each time I visit my GP he wants to give me some form of tablets without even chatting to me, and just thinking because I have a hidden disability that I would want some sort of pills.

Don't they get a percentage, from prescriptions and give work to their local pharmacy. Medicate for money.
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# 265 : Saturday 10-11-2018 @ 08:15
 
 
Someone said :

Don't they get a percentage, from prescriptions and give work to their local pharmacy. Medicate for money.

Careful now.
You'll be labelled an anti-vaxer, flat earther

Pills are good... Make sure you constantly tell everybody what pills you are on.
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# 266 : Saturday 10-11-2018 @ 10:09
 
 
Someone said :

Careful now.
You'll be labelled an anti-vaxer, flat earther

Pills are good... Make sure you constantly tell everybody what pills you are on.

Where have I done that, what is your point and what is your issue?
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# 267 : Saturday 10-11-2018 @ 11:03
 
 
Someone said :

Where have I done that, what is your point and what is your issue?

I think he is being ironic, suggesting that criticizing pills (because you suggested their prescription to be corrupted by money) is not "politically" correct.

He then suggested what he perceives as being the "politically" corrected imperative for medication, where peopke supposedly are wearing their diagnosis and prescriptiobs as a badge of honor.

He is not accusing you of boasting about your pills : he is trying to be ironic and says "according to the politically correct trend, you should not suggest anything negative, instead they want you to seek attention through boasting about your pills")

He is basically saying tbat you do not boast enough about how pills are great (compared with his fantasy of political correctness). Not even "you" specifically to be fair: he only uses you post to make a point...

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# 268 : Saturday 10-11-2018 @ 11:08
 
 
I think sometimes it is all about lining pockets then helping people in need. I think the workplace should try and take time out to have a talk on disability awareness in the office and also maybe try and have a person that someone can talk to. I felt at times that I was treated badly because I asked could they repeat the process and wrote it down and I would be ok and could work away no problem if I was shown what to do rather then told and not shown.
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# 269 : Saturday 10-11-2018 @ 11:46
 
 
A big issue in capitolism is the idea that "everything" can be related to, and operated, as a system for making money.

But there should be certain sectors that are NOT, designed around this, such as health and education.

We know Health and we know education are not suitable to being operated as "systems in which a good standard can be met, by operating as a for profit venture"
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# 270 : Saturday 10-11-2018 @ 13:10
 
 
My daughter had a baby 7 years ago,I was very happy for her and wanted to visit her in hospital to congratulate them,
I was told not to call I was very hurt by this
But I waited for them to call over to me,which they never did,
So I just waited for them to contact me,
Am still waiting,they got married soon after and never once contacted me,
I was a good father and only stayed in that marriage for them,
Only came out years later. So that wasn’t the issue,
Have been suffering from depression for such a long time only got better when I finally decided to do something about it talk to someone seek help,begin to love yourself descover who u really are,
Live in the moment,life’s a bitch but a sexy bitch and exciting
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