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Amanda Todd: Bullied Teen Commits Suicide

Amanda Todd: Bullied Teen Commits Suicide

Commented Oct 18, 2012 at 01:54:14 in Canada British Columbia

“I've been through similar things and i completely understand the hell she went through, if only someone out there helped her, if only god was looking over her ;( May she rest in peace, she will suffer no more. Love you beautiful angel.”
Michael Angelakos, Passion Pit Singer, Talks Bipolar Disorder

Michael Angelakos, Passion Pit Singer, Talks Bipolar Disorder

Commented Aug 5, 2012 at 21:57:34 in Entertainment

“Hi there, i completely relate to you and know how incredibly annoying it is to hear from people, in my case my own family, that i should just get out of the house and do something fun, but it's not easy, i want to do something fun, but my brain isn't responding, i don't have control over my depression. I'm taking antidepressants daily in a small dose (my choice) and things can be fine sometimes but it's not awesome, i'm slowly losing hope in treatment and therapy, i'm trying to live day by day and hopefully be able to keep doing it for a long time. I wish you all the best, Anne Sophie. Hugs”

annasophie1228 on Aug 6, 2012 at 00:59:37

“you too, meri. i've been on every combo of meds possible and that has not been a fun journey. i will say that coupling the meds with exercise helped me a lot to sustain a "normal" feeling and attitude. i was able to still engage in life and had energy. therapy was helpful only sometimes; journaling is what helps me. i like journaling because when i need to "talk" to someone, writing it out is so much better because i know what i'm saying and it's not up for judgment or commentary. also, i like to read old journal entries to see if i'm repeating a cycle or graduated from a bad spot. finding what works for you is the key. thank you again, meri. kind of comforting to know other people speak this language, huh?”