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These are my last words

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I’m a 26 year old male with crippling social anxiety disorder and I’ve finally accepted my fate...I’m going to check out and I’m no longer afraid of hell. I just wanted to post this so I could feel I left some sort of impact in life. ???? Don’t know how to explain it, but I’m ready to depart...don’t be like me. Goodbye
 

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Thisistheend I just wanted to say that you do make an impact even if maybe you don't see it. I hope that you see this message and know that even if it may seem hopeless, there are other people who have felt the way that you do and made it through and that the people here would love to listen to what you have to say and offer any kind of comfort and advice. Please believe me when I say that your disorder doesn't have to be your story and that there is always hope even when you may not be able to see it.
 
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Thistleheend, Please let us know if you survive your crisis.
I’m still here unfortunately. The night I made that post I was no longer willing to live and for the first time I wasn’t afraid to die. I will have this ******* disease till the day I die and it only worstens over the years. Is what it is. Thank you for you’re concern
 
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Thisistheend I just wanted to say that you do make an impact even if maybe you don't see it. I hope that you see this message and know that even if it may seem hopeless, there are other people who have felt the way that you do and made it through and that the people here would love to listen to what you have to say and offer any kind of comfort and advice. Please believe me when I say that your disorder doesn't have to be your story and that there is always hope even when you may not be able to see it.
Thank you for you’re kind words and responding to me.
 

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Glad you're still here Thisistheend. My response was so short and direct as you had posted at 10pm and it was the next morning when I saw it, thinking it might have been too late. Many of us, including me have gotten so discouraged, so frustrated with this disease that we've reached the same point you have. I am so thankful I didn't take that final step.
 

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I’m a 26 year old male with crippling social anxiety disorder and I’ve finally accepted my fate...I’m going to check out and I’m no longer afraid of hell. I just wanted to post this so I could feel I left some sort of impact in life. ???? Don’t know how to explain it, but I’m ready to depart...don’t be like me. Goodbye
I’m still here unfortunately. The night I made that post I was no longer willing to live and for the first time I wasn’t afraid to die. I will have this ******* disease till the day I die and it only worstens over the years. Is what it is. Thank you for you’re concern
Oh, I have been through the hell you have gone through. I am 67 and since third grade I have suffered anxiety/depression and tried to "leave earth" four times. I can totally relate to you. Looking back I was on wrong meds. Some meds can make a person want to leave earth. I get it. I really do. This is only my opinion. we are here for a reason, maybe to help others with our experience on earth. I hurt, I suffer, and I have ended up in hospitals which I did not like. I am here for you,
 
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