No motivation

Discussion in 'Suicidal Thoughts and Feelings' started by ace, Apr 27, 2007.

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  1. ace

    ace Well-Known Member

    I don't have any motivation to do anything,I really feel so flat I was wondering if anyone has ever felt that.I get like this all the time,I have the worst sleeping patterns and I'm alway's pretty much down and have no motivation anyway and feel ever so flat.:sad:
  2. TheBLA

    TheBLA The biggest loser alive.

    That is EXACTLY what depression does to you, takes away your hope, motivation, leaves you drained, tired, exhausted, etc. It takes away all your strength. Your suffering all of the signs and its "normal" what your going through, it sucks though yeah. All of us have felt that way one time or another, damn your sure as hell not alone.

    And its a really vicious cycle as well, you don't want to do anything and then you get more depressed because your not doing anything ,etc. etc etc. I hope you can break out of it, won't be easy I know. Good luck man.
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  3. 1up

    1up Member

    Motivation is what I used to lack in too

    but a good way to get over it is by setting long-term or short-term goals. Do you have a hobby or anything you like to do? is there anything you would like to learn or improve in? or long term as in a career u wanna do in life?

    For me, since i'm a skinny dude, i started to work-out and made a goal to gain a certain weight by a certain time period.

    Also, since my grades are slackin', i'm trying my best to study and shit. So what if people call me a nerd, they're the dumbasses by not studying.

    For my long term, i wanna do a career in real estate so i'm thinkin this summer i wanna take real estate classes to get a liscense.

    So yea man, just keep yourself occupied, and think about how you wanna improve your way of living. It could be the smallest thing. or something you wanna do later

    don't give up and good luck to you!
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