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Old 09-10-2003, 04:00 PM
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At the risk of sounding melodramatic, here is a sonnet I wrote 6 years ago (two years after a failed suicide attempt, and in a period of my life when I was just emerging from a very severe depression. I hope this comes across.). It might explain some of my feelings at the time.

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How gloriously perfect would it be
To curse with dying breath my mortal foe?
A pyrotechnic scream, an elegy
To sing into their hearts and make them know
My sleeping anger and my waking pain
Have dug a pit of desperation here.
This would be the last link in the chain,
The crown jewel of a masterful career
And I would die a martyr to the world.
They would mourn the passing of their son,
Bemoan their lack of feeling for this child,
And in this vengeance, victory is won.
But no. Electric wires never hold
That sweet release. They keep the truth untold.
Wow, there seems to be some pretty big catharsis going on in there - pretty vivid stuff. Move over Lord B.
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Old 09-10-2003, 04:17 PM
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Reading all this has been enlightening, and yet at the same time ••••••• scary, and too close for comfort for my liking. All the best to Paul and the others
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Wow, there seems to be some pretty big catharsis going on in there - pretty vivid stuff. Move over Lord B.
You're right, AJ1969, there was catharsis in writing that, for me. In fact, through the written word and musical composition I found a way of expressing my fear, violence and self-loathing that the spoken word could not provide me with. I had managed to isolate and alienate myself from everybody around me, and I lost many friends because they were scared of me (after all, it's not easy banging your heart against some mad bugger's wall).

Which leads me on to the reason why I decided to post those lines here. One of the major themes emerging on this thread (notwithstanding the particular situation Sydney Eagle has described in his opening post) is the stigma attached to mental illness, and in particular to depression. As somebody who has experienced it first hand and emerged the other side a relatively well-balanced individual I feel compelled to make my point.

I'm not trying to say that everything in my life is perfect, far from it. I have ups and downs, I have happiness and sadness, I have all my own insecurities, but that is all part of life. Depression has nothing to do with life. When I was depressed I may as well have been dead. I had no feelings. No emotions. Just an all-encompassing emptiness. These feelings were the signs of a life threatening disease. My actions, in attempting to end my life were the symptoms. In fact, I don't really feel that it was ME, your friendly neighbourhood Gosling who made that bid to end it all. It was some other personality that had been imposed upon me by depression. A sufferer of this disease can no more easily cheer up, pull himself together or stop harming himself than an asthmatic can stop wheezing, or an angina sufferer can run a marathon. It takes outside help to overcome the disease.

There's the problem. It's the stigma surrounding the disease which causes a sufferer of depression to soldier on regardless. It's that that gives one the attitude "I'll be all right", and ignore the signs and symptoms of depression, while they build up insidiously and unstoppably, and prevents proper help and treatment.

By the grace of God, I survived depression, and after several years of treatment, the REAL me emerged. Thankfully, I have forgotten most of what was going on at the time. I honestly can't remember most of my childhood and my college years. I feel like I was born at the age of 22, when I went to my doctor and said I didn't need the medicine any more. So many years lost. And yet I have no regrets. I know many things I could have done to make things easier for myself, had I been in full control of myself, but under the circumstances it is a miracle I am alive today. When I am having a bad time I try to think back to that. I try to remember the depth to which I had sunk and (despite not being a religious person) I thank God I'm alive.

The irony in that sonnet is in the last two lines, the bit about electric wires. My chosen method of suicide was electrocution. The bang was what alerted others in my student hostel as to what was happening, and it is by electric wires that I am able to tell my story here.

Good luck to anybody who may be experiencing these difficulties. Find the inner strength you never knew you had and, with help, you can beat depression.
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One of the major themes emerging on this thread is the stigma attached to mental illness
Yep, I actually believe that it is the stigma and resulting socialised shame which often leads people to suffer in silence. Why do we often feel that we cannot talk to those around us about these things? It's the talking about, and objectification of, the problem which opens the window to recovery. In Latin countries for instance there is a much lower incidence of anxiety and depression related illneess; they talk, talk and talk, and it helps.

I think one of the things that I found hardest was being confronted with paradox the whole time: I wanted to end it but was afraid of death; My mind knew that my illness was just nervous trickery but my emotions sent me haywire; I wanted to talk about it but didn't want to be talked about etc etc.

Anyway, it's all water under the bridge now, and thankfully it's all ok again. Like you, I have ups and downs, but when down I can always relate it to the depths of despair I once sank to. Knowing that any current down could never be as bad as that past hell kind of makes me feel good in a way.

In the words of that great American crossover band, Ministry, 'the mind is a terrible thing to taste', but at the same time beautiful and strong.
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Yep, I actually believe that it is the stigma and resulting socialised shame which often leads people to suffer in silence. Why do we often feel that we cannot talk to those around us about these things? It's the talking about, and objectification of, the problem which opens the window to recovery.
absolutely,for me personally I haven't spoken to anyone about this for the last 18 months-2 years because of the embarassment,because of the humiliation and because the way most people think depression=looney bin material.

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got some fecking arsehole taking over $400 out of my till at work today when I turned my back for 20 secs so I thought "feck this" so i closed the piece of sh*t shop and went to the nearest off licence where i proceeded to purchase numerous amounts of heineken,since then things have improved...only temporary I know but it's a nice break from the stress
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I am amased at how common this is. There is no shame is seeking advice on the BBS. I got some of my best advise from here. There is somehow comfort in knowing your not alone in suffering. What is scary is that you don't need to have had any bad experiances in life to suffer from this problem. Like me, it just makes it harder to understand.

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I think that one of the biggst problems that a lot of people fce in life is worrying about what others think of them. Once you realise that everyone is too wrapped up worrying about their own lives to sit and judge you then you can start to open up. Its the keeping stuff inside for fear or ridicule that does you in. I think this thread has proved that far from being judgmental or giving people a label, most ordinary decent people are more than willing to listen and try and help if only those who are sufferig would talk about whats on their mind.
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Hey people i still feel really terrible still feel bad inside and im thinking of going to see someone about it.

I went out yesterday to the Pub to watch the England game yesterday which was fine i had a great time though some mates didnt turn up which pissed me off a tiny bit, Then me and my other mate took a walk into town go onto a few clubs and see where things go, I got off with a girl and that most people would say fair play but all i was thinking about was this other girl. but all i wanted was more and more alcohol, its just i nightmare in a way i dont want to drink but at the time i just want more and more of it trying to blank everything out its really worrying me.

Though this morning was pretty good aas i was assistant manager for a sunday league team and my tactical brain got them there first ever win in about 10 games,

But going back onto the thread i really hate the person im turning into its not me and to be honest i dont really like it, its getting me angry aswell last night if someone would have said something i would have hit them.

When is it all going to change
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Sorry to bring the bad news home but one thing's for sure, these things don't just go away. You'll need to work at it and work hard. It's all too easy to escape in to oblivion in the short term but medium term you'll have to face up to it. Get some help. Search the net in oz for a decent psych and get the ball rolling.
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I know people say go and get advise but at the minute im in pieces i no my family, Mum and brothers no there may be something wrong but in my own mind i feel at times it can get better then when left on my own its terrible, confidence for me at the minute is very weird when at work or anything similar im straight there dealing with the task then when im alone its like i have some sort of flashback with all the bad things that have happened to me in the last few months and it all builds up and i just start getting all emotional.

I want to go and get advise but to a certain degree i cant admit to many other people even myself at times what im going through and thats whats worrying me. i dont believe in myself now like i used to.
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I want to go and get advise but to a certain degree i cant admit to many other people even myself at times what im going through and thats whats worrying me. i dont believe in myself now like i used to.
These kinds of things phase all of us so not to worry too much. A part of the problem is that these things often creep up on us and only really reveal themselves when they are too 'big' to be ignored. Go talk to someone, it ca really help to clear it up. Often all it takes is a fresh perspective.
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I want to go and get advise but to a certain degree i cant admit to many other people even myself at times what im going through and thats whats worrying me.
That IS one of the advantages of just ringing up the Samaritans.

It's a telephone call. You don't have to face anyone and admit anything to them. You can just talk to them, let it out and see if they have anything helpful to say.

It's only a telephone call - it doesn't commit you to anything at all.The national number is 08457 90 90 90 (there are also local numbers To view the link you have to Register or Login but no need to even do that).

I'm not saying it's easy to pick up the phone and dial ; it will take guts. But at least you'll be able to say that you have begun to get things right.

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