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am just stuck

probably mistakenly accidently found this site while googling (which I’m addicted to, long story) to try and well just make something happen cause every day is just the same, I could rant on bout it but wont, anyway I know I do not belong here all I can say is that I’m just the kind of person that just isn’t welcome anywhere thanks to having this mental disorder, which has ruined my life, I know I can never actually make a name for myself so I don’t even bother try I mean heck what can some miserable mentally challenged person do for society anyway, I honestly know I’m just wasting my time just another site that can not and will not do anything for me I have got to learn to just accept that I will never get anywhere not worth wasting my time and or energy trying. I wont blame you for reporting me I’m used to that sorta thing, ill probably never come back here anyway. it just sucks being this way and all the world can do is laugh at, it is what it is, sucks to be me


5 Replies to “am just stuck”

  1. katerina says:

    Ya know what’s strange. Probably the most unexpected thing you’ll ever hear…is that as I read this^ I actually felt that you do belong here…even also, that you helped me feel less alone. it sucks to suck being myself all alone, ya know?

    Though I feel this way tonight, I usually find a way out of the dark most days. Took me years of desperately trying to break the hopelessness…since it never happened…but then, something happened.

    Please don’t give up. You can’t know if this site helps if you don’t stick around long enough for the help to manifest. Though it is ‘just a website’ (it’s what I tell myself sometimes) I’m like a REAL person in Connecticut- wide awake with no one to talk to

  2. Kevin A. says:

    I can only imagine what you are going through. You deserve to talk about and express how you feel and I am glad that you chose this space to that. Sometimes, I feel lonely and left out too, no matter how bright the day is. It seems I will never get through some things. But despite what you are going through, please remember that you have a friend. This is a great space to start a conversation, if you still feel down or need help, you are very welcome to ask and share your thoughts.

  3. lmmartin says:

    Lonealien,
    I can understand what you’re feeling because I’ve been there too, time and time again. I’m sorry that you feel like the world is against you.
    You asked what a mentally challenged person can do for society- my answer is that people struggling with mental disorders have been instrumental in creating our world today. From Abraham Lincoln to Buzz Aldrin to Tolstoy to Beethoven to Van Gogh, we- people with some sort of mental health problem- have shaped society as we know it. We may not all be able to be Lincolns or Van Goghs, but that doesn’t mean that you don’t have a positive impact on the world around you.
    I hope that you do decide to come back to this site and talk to the people responding to your post, because we do care about and accept you. You are always welcome here.

  4. Michael says:

    Hi Lonealien,

    I understand where you are coming from. I used to be in a similar place as you at one point in time. As others have said, you are definitely welcome here, and we hope you will stick around – I think you will find we are very friendly here!

    We are glad google brought you here. Please feel free to make any posts to ask questions or get support. – Michael

  5. Courtney says:

    I, too, can totally relate. Thank you for posting and putting your thoughts and feelings here. I feel stuck….often, actually. I feel stuck at work, at home, with my friends, with myself….you name it. For so many years I have been programmed to believe that I am not worth it or I can’t do anything right, I am worthless, hopeless and helpless….anything “less”. Believing those thoughts has isolated me and suffocated me into a darkness where I felt the only option was to get high until I die. I am not saying I am 100 percent out of the darkness, because it comes back and goes away and then comes back again…and it goes away again.

    I can find relief other than drugs (which is what I thought was the only solution for so many years. I talk to my friends, even when I don’t want to. I practice yoga. I play basketball. I write. I read.

    Again, I appreciate you sharing how you feel. Keep sharing if you are up to it.


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