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by marellius

we are all just people with problems on here trying to help solve other people’s problems.

we are suicidal, trying to tell others who are suicidal that it is not the answer.

we are broken, and trying to fix everyone else.

honestly, i think the very act of trying to help others helps us.

admit it, every time you reply to someone’s post, when you answer

you feel good inside

i think thats what counts

and i think that is what actually helps us; knowing that we are doing something right

that we are helping others and therefore we are valuable and important

to at least one other person, who might be alive today and happy because of you

you made their day slightly better, and if that isnt a good reason for you to stay

i dont know what is


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J Doe 6/10/2016 - 12:54 am

I like to think of it as if we are all proping ourselves against each other, so that we could stand.

interstellar 6/10/2016 - 3:35 am

At the end the day, the only person who can save ourselves is ourselves. But every little encouragement from someone else builds us up a little, gives us a little hope. We all dwell on the bad things for too long, which blocks out the good things. Making others feel better makes us feel better, it makes us forget ourselves, forget our hurting. Everyone deserves even on their bad days to smile. Find something small very day to appreciate, and take life one day at a time, pretending the past never happened, and reminding yourself that you can make the future better for yourself.

shatterediris 6/10/2016 - 6:10 am

Yeah somewhat true…. I mostly like sticking around here just to kind of in a way have people to talk to when my 2 IRL friends are sleeping…. and I don’t have many online friends anymore, now since I stopped playing a few games that I was decently popular on and stopped youtubing…. I should probably return to those, but after like 8 months it’s awkward -_- welp now I am rambling in your post…. sorry about that :/

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