So you are completely fucked up, me too!

Discussion in 'Suicidal Thoughts and Feelings' started by liamthomas, Dec 20, 2012.

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  1. liamthomas

    liamthomas Member

    I have reduced my want to sleep forever or kill myself with the following:

    Increase your suppliments of vitamin B dosage, particularly, niacin B3 (50 to 1000 mils under doctors supervision), inositol B8 (I have found nothing better to eliminate racing thoughts and help me sleep), and B12 (all day energy versus fatigue), along with 2000 mils of asorbate vitamin C.

    Eat only raw organic foods for 90% of your diet, no processed foods NONE! Only eat meats, eggs, and dairy(raw not pasteurized) without steroids and drugs (free range). Eliminate MSG and aspertame-sweetener and all foods that have words you cannot pronounce on the label, get a water-purifier for your drinking water. All of this will improve you immediately, some of us are hyper sensitive to the poisons put in our foods and water.

    You are not crazy or depressed, you are poisoned, eliminate the influences. Then the tuff part will be to stop drinking alcohol and get off drugs, however your increased vitamin B and improved lifestyle will make this easier. Then the hardest part of all will be to destroy and rebuild the negative neural pathways the poisons created that infect your attitude. Recreate positive mental associations with what and who you are as a person, focus on living in a positive wonderful future doing glorious things, surrounded by things you love and people who love you. Eliminate people you consider to be an asshole from your life (you know who they are). No porn, no horror, no police dramas when you watch tv, and take up a hobby one hour a day (photography, pottery, art, puzzles, build models, gourmet cooking, try out for commercials, etc) and add physical exercise like yoga to your day. If you do not like who you are then this is how you can become someone likable.

    If you are serious, then you can do this!
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  2. youRprecious!

    youRprecious! Antiquities Friend

    maybe you had 'the following' still on your clipboard, after posting it on another thread to help someone - ? This advice is great and unlikely to kill anyone...... sorry, I've just realised that you were not meaning it literally, duh!
  3. Solstadius

    Solstadius Member

    Did all of this for 2 months at the beginning of this year. Except I didn't take any supplements. Maybe I should now, I'll see about that anyway it really was the happiest time of my past 5 years or so. Pulling myself together now to take it more seriously this time.
    Thanks for this post. It really is the right time for me to remind all of these things and help myself once again.
  4. pickwithaustin

    pickwithaustin Staff Alumni

    A healthy diet, exercise, sunlight, no drugs/alcohol, activities and not overdoing sleep are definitely key to a healthy wellness. When people say they have tried everything, I often wonder if they have tried these things listed.
  5. Tired John

    Tired John Well-Known Member

    Yes I have, in all of them (your suggestions) as we speak.

    I'm still pretty much permanently unemployed and looking at homelessness in not too distant future. I keep yanking at my bootstraps, without much positive result....

  6. pickwithaustin

    pickwithaustin Staff Alumni

    Strangely enough, they can't find enough people to work out where I live... Entry level jobs even. My oldest boy manages a series of restaurants and he and some staff work 70-80 hour weeks due to the fact that they just can't find people willing to work (or the ones that do apply fail drug screen). I wish there were more people available for working jobs here, I feel sorry that my son has to work so many hours (and on salary, it doesn't do him much benefit).
  7. liamthomas

    liamthomas Member

    Have you considered self employment Tired John?
  8. Count Floyd

    Count Floyd Well-Known Member

    I haven't taken the vitamins to that degree but I take vitamens everyday, I run everyday, I play softball, I work out, I'm super healthy - I eat relatively healthy, I don't drink much, I've never smoked. I'm going to be 50 in a few months and people think I'm in my early 30s.
    I suffer from depression. I have problems sleeping regularly - I'm essentially alone in the world - I've tried everything. I was meant to be this way. Nothing is going to help me. I've accepted this.
  9. Tired John

    Tired John Well-Known Member

    I'm 59 years of age. 70-80 hours a week at a sub-minimum slave wage job on my feet? What the hell is wrong with you? Tell your "brother" to try paying a livable wage and see how quick his struggle "to find help" disappears.
  10. exkend

    exkend Well-Known Member

    Great advice. Thank you very much for the effort of making this post.
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