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| 27/12 2013 16:13
Well if you want to cheer yourself up you can think of all the good things you have done in your life. Also you can go weightlifting that just relieves stress and also can get you big which girls like. If your friends give you trouble for what is happening with you then just find a better group of people. Hope I helped
| 27/12 2013 16:08
First of all, in my country, it's an honor to be a virgin when you're not married, so don't be ashamed. Second, if you live a life of isolation and sadness, go to the library. Go shopping, go meet people, go volunteer. And when life pushes you to the limit of sadness and depression, remember the people who are worse off than you. Remember the people in Africa who are starving, or the people in less developed countries who are trying everything they do to get to this free and beautiful land. My parents used their life savings to come here to America and worked till' they were 90 to get me to college. Be happy.
| 27/12 2013 16:17
Im a 20 year old virgin. I have 1 "best" friend, and I hardly ever see him. I only get to see my family for 30 days out of the year. Where I work there is very few women and they arent the best looking women. Ive crawled 300m under live machine gun fire, Ive also ran a 12 mile ruck march. Youre life isnt some tradegy. You cant just buckle down and study for those exams? You cant just leave the women alone for a bit and focus on something else? Life gets tough, you just need to deal with it. Kill those exams, take a break from dating and just relax.
| 27/12 2013 23:41
I'm 18 and a girl, I can tell you one thing for sure, you are not 'very depressed'. I have been thinking that way in all stages of my depression and it just gets worse and worse. Try to get out of it while you can :) Stick with people you like and don't expect anything from them. It's stupid (IN MY HUMBLE OPINION) trying to make someone feel better saying "There are people who are suffering more" etc. No one wants to be sad or depressed....or do we? No one knows.
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