Joseph.C.Thaggard • Mar 21, 2019 The want for the world to move on without you, to disappear from everyone's eyes, to blink out from existence? Comments [user=27110841]♬𝔅𝔬𝔭𝔭𝔩𝔢♬[/user] I don't know, [i]is [/i]it? [user=25541571]Joseph.C.Thaggard[/user] [user=♬𝔅𝔬𝔭𝔭𝔩𝔢♬]♬𝔅𝔬𝔭𝔭𝔩𝔢♬[/user] Not. Helpful. [user=27026288]﷽ZackTheWaffleMan﷽[/user] No, that's depression and suicidal thoughts [user=25541571]Joseph.C.Thaggard[/user] Oh. I don't want to kill myself, just to have nobody care about me so it isn't stuck in between being cared for or not cared for (people at school) [user=10958261]Skylighter[/user] Might be apathy, but apathy is when you don't really care about anything. [user=25541571]Joseph.C.Thaggard[/user] [user=Skylighter]Skylighter[/user] It's not apathy. I care about plenty of people, but I just want everything to [u][b]stop.[/b][/u] [user=10958261]Skylighter[/user] [user=Joseph.C.Thaggard]Joseph.C.Thaggard[/user] In that case, I'd say that it's depression. You can still be depressed without suicidal thoughts; with depression, you can have thoughts of "I wish I didn't exist" or "The world is better without me." If your feelings gets worse, then you should probably contact a doctor. How long have you had these symptoms? If it's just for a few days at most, then it's probably normal. However, if it's been going on for weeks, then something is off. [user=25541571]Joseph.C.Thaggard[/user] [user=Skylighter]Skylighter[/user] It was just for a few hours. Caused by an event that'll wreck more havoc, but it's always temporary. [user=117674]HaloLemur[/user] Yes, I do believe that is exactly what emotional detachment feels like. By definition, in fact lol. [user=29266293]CrazyClique[/user] I wouldn't say it's serious depression, I should know. It might be the beginning of it...maybe you're going through the whole "self-worth" phase. If these thoughts make you sad a lot then it probably is depression sneaking up, if not then don't worry about it too much. Just go and find some real friends, also I figured out social media has that effect on you so any Twitter or stuff like that then don't. MuseScore is fine tho! [user=27110841]♬𝔅𝔬𝔭𝔭𝔩𝔢♬[/user] [user=CrazyClique]CrazyClique[/user] i don't think many people on here would have twitter lol [user=31472671]AcousticRenegade[/user] Yea I agree with [user=29266293]CrazyClique[/user] I actually deleted all my social media (aside from Snapchat and Discord) because of that. Life is depressing enough without worrying about if people like you or if you are popular. If you ever need someone to talk to hit me up. I'm pretty active so the longest you'd have to wait for a reply is a day (usually less then that too). I completely understand you also. I feel that so often. [user=30733176]《 Half Step 》[/user] It sounds like it. If you ever needed to talk bout anything we have that private messaging thingy now. If anyone needs to talk, now that I think about it, then yall can talk to me as well. [user=25541571]Joseph.C.Thaggard[/user] I'm loosing some of my best real life friends, so it hurts. Like my close ones. This happens in a cycle, loss and gain, loss and gain. [user=28666813]Pianodudette[/user] [user=Joseph.C.Thaggard]Joseph.C.Thaggard[/user] Yeah, that's life I'm afraid... It can be the best thing in the world, then it's all pain and hurt, but you have to keep going. Of course it will hurt to lose your friends, there's no avoiding that, but how you deal with the pain makes all the difference. Instead of thinking about how you lost your friends, think about the great times you had with them and the memories you'll have forever, I know it might not help at first, at first it might just be painful thinking about what you are losing. But I know that if you dwell on the bad things in life, everything else seems tainted and not so great anymore. There is still [i]so much[/i] for you in life, don't let the pain of this to drive you away from living and learning. I will pray for you. [user=25541571]Joseph.C.Thaggard[/user] [user=Pianodudette]Pianodudette[/user] Thanks. Most of the time I just act like nothing happened and I just keep living. [user=28666813]Pianodudette[/user] [user=25541571]Joseph.C.Thaggard[/user] Everyone has their own way of dealing with it. Sometimes, I'll just lock it all inside and not let anyone see, but as long as you keep living, and try looking at the cup half full, maybe things will get better. Or at least you will feel better about it. Hope you get to feeling better soon. [user=25541571]Joseph.C.Thaggard[/user] [user=Pianodudette]Pianodudette[/user] The only issue with locking it in is that the cup might overflow. But for me, it just keeps getting bigger and bigger of a cup, and it never gets let out. [user=9387251]Lilianialoy[/user] This is depression [user=15898096]Brody Brazill[/user] Are you ok [user=29851512]Caroline Kenney[/user] Yeah, that's a good definition of it. U okay dude? Your comment Only members of a group can post to group discussions, so Join Is this what emotional detachment feels like?