i feel sad :(


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>be me
>feel horny
>lightbulb.exe happens
>start getting really depressed
>realise that i don't want to watch porn or anything
>realise that i just a loving woman woman to tell me that she loves me and wants the best for me
>hug my pillow and realize that no ones there
what's wrong with me? i'm just a sad lonely man

  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    What's the state of your life like?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      no gf, no frens, just me living with my family. the only bit of happiness is when my parents find things for me to do so i get out of the house. if it wasn't for them i'd already kill myself but i could never put them through that

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      forgot to mention
      >be me
      >severe ocd
      >25 years old
      >never had a gf
      >never been kissed
      >take day by day
      >last bit of happiness was years ago
      >brother died a year or two a go which made me realise that i'm going to die alone and now there's no one left outside of my parents to protect me

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        You are in charge of protecting yourself, not your parents. Women want to feel safe with a man and that can't happen with you because you're still dependent on mommy and daddy. I'm sorry about your brother, one of mine went two years ago, but you're alive so you have to live. Make a better life for yourself and become an independent man that you can be proud of, and better things will follow.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          >women want to feel protected
          i know this all too well but also know i'm extremly passive. i'm the time of person that will walk away if i'm being threatened by someone and despite knowing it's the smarter thing to do it would make me look pathetic
          >you're in charge of protecting myself
          i know this deep down but throughout my school life i took the passive route and got pushed around out of fear. it's really really hard to change that. a while back i thought i'd do muay thai to protect myself but ended up getting threated by someone at the gym for something that wasn't even my fault so i feel like everything is just futile and that trying is useless
          >i'm sorry about your brother
          thank you. i'm sorry to hear about yours as well and i hope you're doing well.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            >i'm the time of person that will walk away if i'm being threatened by someone and despite knowing it's the smarter thing to do it would make me look pathetic
            I've done martial arts for a large portion of my life, and I've always been taught that fighting is the last resort, and it's your responsibility to do your best to diffuse a situation without violence.

            I was out on a bike ride with my daughter back when she was 8 years old and some hobo started riding next to us and talking to me. Then he started telling my that my 8 year old was hot. I would love to have killed him on the spot but I had my kid to worry about. What happens to her if I lose my footing and go down? I stopped, told her run across the street to the security guard and have him call the cops. The cops came, my kid was safe, and that's what matters. Looking weak does not.

            >a while back i thought i'd do muay thai to protect myself but ended up getting threated by someone at the gym for something that wasn't even my fault so i feel like everything is just futile and that trying is useless
            Blow it off and just keep going. Find another gym or something. And when you do hop in the ring, it helps detaching any emotion from the fight.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              thank you for the advice. i'll keep it in mind

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Women want to feel safe with a man and that can't happen with you because you're still dependent on mommy and daddy.
          I can’t believe I actually asked out a girl much younger than me who happens to be my boss when I still live with my parents. I deluded myself into thinking I actually had a chance. Sad.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            On the plus side, at least you had the balls to ask a chick out in the first place. Most people won't. And when you do become your own man you'll have a chance. I asked out the hot HR director at my last job, but she talked about annoying shit too much so I dropped that, and proceeded to meet my current GF. Both are 8 years younger than me. My gf is hotter and not annoying. You'll get yours.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              >And when you do become your own man you'll have a chance
              Problem is, I want her. I haven’t felt this way about someone in very long time. She turned me down because she could lose her job due to company dating policies. I’m desperately trying to keep it together and improve myself as soon as possible so I don’t miss this chance. Fake it til you make it, right?

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Also, I’m going to be looking for a new job once I graduate in December.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I haven’t felt this way about someone in very long time.
                While you say that now, tastes change dramatically when you have options. You're putting all your eggs in one basket without even having the choice of other baskets. Just get your shit together, and go from there. It's probably just proximity anyway.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                I suppose. Out of the 10+ years I’ve worked for this company, I’ve never felt this way about a colleague. I need to get my shit together NOW.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                10+years and you're only 25?

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                No, I’m 35.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Bro, how the fuck you live at home at 35 years old when you've been with the same company for ten plus years? How do you have a boss anymore?

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Many reasons. It’s been a part-time job all these years. I’ve had other jobs that were full-time. Nothing really panned out. Didn’t want to become a manager. Tried getting into their IT dept but wasn’t qualified. I’d like to stay with the company, but if they still won’t hire me now that I’m about to have a CS degree, then I have no choice but to leave.

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >realise that i just a loving woman woman to tell me that she loves me and wants the best for me
    Such a lofty request anon

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