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rm_Leo_Aries 62M/60F
43 posts
6/10/2006 1:04 am

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another blog


thanks to thosae who have replied to our simple blog

We have read many blogs on here, many describing peoples sexual fantisies, realities and hopes, all have been very interesting, but at times we have also read others that have been very sad, one in particular was read tonight and the lady had suffered an irrepriable hurt and has slipped into a deep depression and we feel that if unchecked she will slide even further.. we have offered some thoughts to her and await her response, but knowing the depths that depression can affect a person, we are not hopeful for a response

How do you all cope when life sux this bad????

LotioNinthSteno 54M

4/5/2007 4:22 pm

a night on the town helps


outtherelinda 50F  
18783 posts
4/20/2008 12:05 am

Hi there I don't know how I get through the bad patches, I just do. I think I have a great survival instinct deep within me and it comes out when needs be. Thank you for taking up my dare and sharing with me. It is most appreciated. Have a fantastic week and take care.

Linda xxx


countrygirl0903 53F

6/8/2008 8:44 pm

Hi Leo and aries ,
It takes time when you feel yourself depressed , She should seek medical help if its more than just the blues , and it is as deep as it appears to be ,,
Because the medicine will help her to think more rationally ,, Because the people that are depressed tend to feel that their is no way out of the situation and it just gets plain worse ,

Thank you for stoping by my blog ,, and welcome to blogland ,
will look foreard to more post ,,

Country

A friend is someone that reaches for your hand and touches your heart !


amrita48 57F

9/4/2008 12:41 pm

I've suffered with depression for most of my life to varying degrees and have learned that what goes down must come up. In other words it's a cycle and I know when I get low it's not going to stay that way forever. If it's bad enough you have to see a doctor - I've been on medication once when it got really bad and it helped. Exercising eating properly and getting out help a lot.

What doesn't kill you today, makes a damn good story tomorrow.

~Amrita


LadyLord1 50F

9/5/2008 5:38 pm



Move. Movement I mean.

One of the serious "killers" is the "no safe space feeling." Mad empty-ness deep hungry tired alone angry frustrated or powerlessness etc etc uncomfortableness uncomfortableness dis ease EVERYWHERE, in, at home, at work, with friends, just one the street ... so ... people get into another "psychosis" agrophobic ... then shut down ... alone and at home in all the above.

best best ONLY thing as a starting point is movement. GET OUT. Get walking. GET out get doing. Yes WITH all the "feelings" until they pass. If not move can become from a "situational" depression to clinical (hormones pheromones etc change) and that then becomes from psychiatric to physiological and yes can lead to death.

I know this is WAY past the time you guys posted this - however I have only juts seen your profiles and thought heck ... if these people are just so cool that they posted it ... perhaps still can be of use for you when (and unfortunately there are soooo many lonely peoples nowadays who cannot transpose that to alone-ness,) that yes WE will meet them again and again.

After movement ... safe space place within found by "staying without" doing things etc ... then ... great "good" cry baby music.
(Even this at first only with "friends." Preferably same-sex friends.) Lots of munchies. Cheeses fruit and crackers. Pate de foi etc etc women girls crying music and laughter. YES!

Byeee VERY nice seeming peoples. Byeeee. Julia xx lick lick xx. In purity of context on my profile. As a start. Ha. Byeeee. SUCH a gorgeouskous addendum to thei supposed "sex only site." Ha. The most fabuloso kindness decency and humours of peoples. Byeee.



Life is measured by the number of time’s one’s soul is stirred.
Love is the triumph of imagination over intelligence.


rm_Leo_Aries 62M/60F
117 posts
9/8/2008 2:07 pm

Hi LadyLord1,

thank you for stopping by and thank you for your heart felt comments.

You too are a special person, "it takes one to know one".

The post I (Greg) made here was on reflection of a post I saw some time ago, and it touched me. We both suffer from depression as well as i suffer ADHD, so have a great bag full of insight.

I visited your blog, and can see that you are a deep, articulate and sensitive woman (very sexual as well) and like many of the women on this sute in touch with the realities of this screwy world.

I hope you are not like me in the way that I am disallusioned with many of the people i have chatted with here....yes just chat.... everyone is searching, everyone wants sex, everyone wants the perfect one, or two ....but it does not happen from what i know, so I am loosing the plot on Y i am here, but having said that, its people like you that will bring me back.

Thanks again for your response, and hope you have a good life.

Cheers, Greg


rm_Leo_Aries 62M/60F
117 posts
9/11/2008 6:16 am

Hi Crizzie,

thank you for stopping by.

Yes to medicate or not to medicate, trhat is always a hard question, but for me it has worked well, but it has to be the right stuff, and many Doctors just dont get it right, so can understand/

I will go and look at your blog post (ty) and see what you have said.

Again, ty from a fellow suffer.

Cheers, Greg xxxx


rm_Leo_Aries 62M/60F
117 posts
9/11/2008 6:18 am

    Quoting amrita48:
    I've suffered with depression for most of my life to varying degrees and have learned that what goes down must come up. In other words it's a cycle and I know when I get low it's not going to stay that way forever. If it's bad enough you have to see a doctor - I've been on medication once when it got really bad and it helped. Exercising eating properly and getting out help a lot.
Hi again Amrita,
thank you for sharing, am a fellow suffer too and i too have found the meds work well.

Thanks again.

Cheers, Greg xxxxx


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