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Anonymous Sun, Oct 13th 2013 @ 5:14am

I hate life, and just want the PAIN to end.

Anonymous Sun, Oct 13th 2013 @ 10:54am

Anonymous I really feel for you - is there anyone you can talk to? If not a friend then maybe calling the Samaritans perhaps?

Anonymous Sun, Oct 13th 2013 @ 12:55pm

Yes I've been there too. Many of us have. So you are not alone even though it feels like that. It's horrible and frightening. Just do whatever you can to get through it. Shout, scream, cry, howl, break something, run fast, go to sleep, talk to someone - a friend, partner, relative, your gp, a counsellor, let someone hold you, take some medication, sing, dance, meditate. Whatever it takes in the short term so you can look at why you feel this way in the longer term.

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