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Re: whats wrong with me?

Okay well if you don't feel comfortable with it I really encourage you to think about and try some of resources ruenhonx listed in that thread. mischiefmanaged is right, it would best if you took the time to talk to someone. Sounds like whatever is going on is affecting you quite a bit and it might be a bit easier for you to talk to one person directly about it.

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i dont see anyone to talk to anyone i did feel like saying but not sure

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I'm a little confused by what you're trying to say. But if you are feeling a little unsure about talking to someone, even just picking up the phone, dialing the number and not saying anything right away is okay. Say as much or as little as you need to.

Re: whats wrong with me?

Hi angel.
Gail made a comment over on your other thread that's really worth reading if you haven't yet. Here it is: http://forums.au.reachout.com/t5/Something-s-not-right/need-help/m-p/15926#M899

About the comment being removed, we have some guidelines we have to follow to ensure the site is safe and comfortable for everyone. Within the context of the rest of the conversation, I made a decision to remove that one comment of yours as I felt it came too close to falling outside the guidelines.

You can read the guidelines here: http://forums.au.reachout.com/t5/Welcome-and-Announcements/Forum-amp-Commenting-Guidelines/m-p/16

As gail mentions over in her post on the other thread, if you're experiencing abuse, you can also check out http://www.1800respect.org.au/

If you're in any kind of danger, please call 000. Your safety is of the highest importance.

Re: whats wrong with me?

Hey angel,

 

I've just replied in the other thread. I just wanted to reiterate that there are people you can talk to, even if you don't see anyone - there are a number of phone and online services where you can talk to qualified counsellors about what is happening for you.

 

A couple of your posts have been edited tonight - I just wanted you to know that that isn't because you're in trouble, it's just because here on the forums we try to keep the community safe and positive for everyone who might come across the site - so we encourage users not to post any details about things like self harm, eating disordered behaviours or abuse. You can check out the list of guidelines for posting here: http://forums.au.reachout.com/t5/Welcome-and-Announcements/Forum-amp-Commenting-Guidelines/m-p/16/me...

 

Like I said in my other reply, it's really great that you've come onto the forums and let us know a bit about what is happening for you. You don't deserve to be going through this, and it is possible for things to change - the next step is to contact one of the services I've suggested in the other thread, and talk to a qualified counsellor about what things you can do to start taking control of your life. You can do this. Coming here takes a huge amount of courage, and that you've done that is testament to how strong you are.

 

Take care Smiley Happy

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trying to say i want to scream out whats happening but i cant but keeping things to your self hurts alot

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i understand now i sorry i didnt think thanku for letting me know i thought i did something wrong or was in trouble

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Keeping things to yourself definitely does hurt - but you don't have to keep stuff in, even if someone has told you that you do.  Humans aren't designed to get through life on our own - we're predisposed to need each others help. There's nothing wrong with wanting to express what is happening for you. Starting to talk here is the first step, and you can continue to reach out for help by contacting Kids Helpline (1800 55 1800 or http://www.kidshelp.com.au/) or 1800respect (or http://www.1800respect.org.au/). 

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i cant do that yet it was hard enough to say anythink here thanku anyway but i cant

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Sometimes it's hard to talk about what's going on, but it does feel better to tell someone then keeping it all in your head. Give it a go and try calling one of the hotlines or using one of the online services and if it's not today, then maybe tomorrow, or next week.