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I can't watch Guardians of the Galaxy. The part at the end with the card from his mom just made me cry so much and not in a good way. Normally, sad parts will make me cry a little but I can still enjoy it and think it's a beautiful story. That scene though, it made me think of the rudest thing I ever said to my mom and how it was for the stupidest thing ever. I can't even remember what it was about, but I know it was stupid and not her fault. I don't even know if I apologized for it. I had flashbacks to that and then thought of how many times I probably hurt her and never apologized. I flashbacked to the night she died and the funeral. I cried for what seemed like hours after the movie was over. I was barely paying attention to the rest of the movie, I was just so upset and trying to not cry. I didn't enjoy feeling like that and I don't know if I could watch it again without breaking down. Just thinking about it now while I type this is making me cry.

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  • It can be healthy to cry over things sometimes, it usually helps with the process of coping. Also, I am sure your mother knew that you didn't mean it. She didn't die grieving about the bad words you told her, she died thinking about all the happy moments you shared, thinking about what a wonderful person you've become and hoping the best for your future. Make sure that your memory of her doesn't get overshadowed by your own mistakes that lie far in the past, fill the thought of her with happy moments.

  • I'm sure she knows how you feel about her. We all say stupid things we don't mean from time to time, and parents understand that especially coming from kids. Try not to be too hard on yourself.

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Right now it feels like having a 'heart' is a curse...

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  • i feel the same way, but if you feel things then its real and i guess thats what matters in a way

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I like to masturbate and I felt guilty and dirty after. some advice? im a girl

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  • No need to feel guilty or dirty unless you're getting paid.

  • You shouldn't feel guilty. It's a normal thing. Studies have shown it's good for your mental and physical health. Plus, think of it this way: you're satisfying your urges on your own instead of sleeping around, so surely it can't be that bad to do.

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plzzzz i really love to singing and i want to cover a song, my favorite song! but im suck at mixing. WHY MIXING IS SO HARDDDDDDDDD 😭 I'm too broke to have a commission 😭

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God damn. I am sad that you want anyone but me. Fuck. I'm so angry for letting myself get dragged on for so hard when I knew what was going on.

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nothing pains me more than seeing my mom stress and cry about her divorce with my dad. there's only so much I can say or do. we'll stay on the phone for hours while I let her vent and talk to me about it. the best I can offer is a ear since I'm in the other side of the country. I need to go home so I can hug her and tell her everything will be okay.

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I thought today was going to be a good day. Finally showered after too long for me to admit. My hair looked nice. Put lotion and perfume on. Ate breakfast. Anxiety before work was minimal. Except for working out or doing yoga, I did all the things that make me happy and relaxed. Get to work, take one long annoying phone call, then go to a meeting where I'm fired. My sales metrics were way below goal for too long. I didn't even realize it was that bad until now. But it's a call center with different projects and they suggested coming to HR in a few days to apply for another project. There's one for FedEx that's not sales heavy at all. I've heard you just help people with their orders, the only metric is handle time. Their next class starts in about two weeks. I'm hoping I can get into that one. If not, hopefully another call center will take me. I'm 25 and that's the first time I've ever been fired. I've had 5 jobs, including that one, and I've always given notice before quitting. I'm hoping I can get something that's strictly customer service, no sales. I just need something fast, bills are coming up. If you're a praying kind of person, pray for me please.

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  • You can do this. Everything happens for a reason; if one door closes, it's usually so that you'll notice the next one opening. Good luck getting that job, I'm sure you'll do fine!

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I think a lot of my problems with social interaction come down to my low self-esteem. The fear of speaking, difficulty to trust people, letting people push me around. I wonder how long it will take me to like myself. I've been going to therapy for, what, four years? But I haven't made much progress on self-esteem and I know I can't rely on my therapist forever. And I hear that the actual self-worth should come from me alone and can't be given by others so how much can I lean on my therapist anyway? But even when I try, I just feel so inferior. There are some awesome people that I admire and I keep feeling that I'm less than them because I'm nothing like them. I know that it's stupid to compare yourself to others, but this bothers me so much because I really wish to be friends with some of those people or people like them. I'm scared that they won't like me because I'm not like them and I don't have any cool skills like they do. I just want to have friends, but I know I shouldn't let that affect my self-image either. But I feel really lonely anyway.

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  • If your therapist hasn't helped after 4 years, it may be time to find a new therapist. Not every therapist is the same, and you might connect better with a different one. As for needing to find self worth on your own, yes, that's partially true, but people can help you realize it. You're part of the way there, knowing you shouldn't compare yourself to others. It's okay to let people motivate you to do better or inspire you; Michael Jackson said 'study the greats to become greater.' If someone is better than you at something, consider it an opportunity to learn from them rather than getting yourself down about not being at that level. People won't like you less because of your skills or talents or lack thereof. People will like you for your personality. Your worth is not based on what you can do; it's based on who you are. And friends- real friends- will love you for that; regardless of how you see yourself.

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I wish my mom would quit putting me down all the time. I feel like every thing I get excited about, every plan I have, every dream I want to make happen, she shoots them all down and tells me nothing will work, it's not worth it, it's not possible, etc. I'm just tired of her negativity. I'm tired of her making me feel discouraged and keeping me from wanting to even try. She's my mom, she's supposed to support me and lift me up, not criticize me and tear me down.

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  • If you go on reddit, try reading the subreddit "raised by narcissists" and see if you fit in the description. Then you may be able to talk to people there who will understand you, and maybe find a group for online help -- and maybe even some people who had to deal with the legal side of things who can give you a direction.

  • Maybe it's her idea of supporting you. Maybe she has failed so often in her past that she now thinks people can't expect anything from life, and constant failure taught her to fear hoping for too much because rejection is so painful. Maybe she subconsciously wants to spare you that pain by teaching you to not expect anything. It's definitely very wrong, but I think I've seen this type of behaviour in people before and it helped me to know (or at least assume) that they didn't hate me, they just expressed their love in a very bad manner.

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I'm scared of relationships because my parents' relationship always made me feel unsafe. They argued about even smallest things - one of them first misinterpreted the other and got offended or angry, and then they both just refused to understand. It was constant, at least a few times every day. I was always on guard, fearing that a fight might break out at any time. I was also scared of expressing thoughts that conflicted theirs because I wanted to avoid possible conflicts. Now I'm scared that my own relationships will be like what I just described and that I'll never find someone I feel emotionally safe with.

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  • Same. I constantly use my parent's divorce to justify my celibacy and refusal to date others. I know things don't last anymore, not in this day and age. If a marriage, a "sacred bond" between two people can't even make it past a couple years, what makes me think a casual boyfriend/girlfriend will?

  • wow, that sounds terrible OP. You might consider therapy. You will need to develop skills to properly communicate in a relationship, cause clearly your parents will not be able to teach you any of them!

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