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irene
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Not dev at all.

Funny enough how misinterpreted personal communication can drop one from a relatively steady land to despair in an instant.

Pro at failing at everything, Irene.

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  • 5
    Hey that sounds familiar...
  • 8
    Seriously Irene ? Again ? God fucking dammit how much times do i have to tell you that you dont fail everything ?

    Last time: You dont fail everything !
  • 3
    Make a list of seemingly small things that you did well. Do that every day. It helps.
  • 0
    @Haxk20 this time it's obviously a fail of some party
  • 0
    @CoffeeNcode well...

    >> List_of_things.size()
    0
  • 0
    @irene I am sure that is not true.
  • 0
    @CoffeeNcode I cannot really pick anything
  • 0
    @irene pick any small thing.
  • 0
    @CoffeeNcode nothing ._.
  • 1
    @irene did you get up today? Ate something? Did groceries? Did something that interests you in any way?
  • 2
    @CoffeeNcode I got up, ate a piece of chocolate, went to office, did some verification, ate lunch, now walking to the distant bus stop because I don't want to stand in a bus.
  • 0
    @irene that's good! :)
  • 0
    @CoffeeNcode and got an angry accusation of unwanted flirt when I wasn't doing that at all
  • 0
    @irene you probably know better than me that it's all a mind game. Focus on the positive, not the negative. And yes, I know that sounds easier than it is. First hand, actually
  • 0
    @CoffeeNcode I'm not joking about having nothing positive
  • 0
    @irene I know you're not joking. But neither am I. Have you sought help for this? Mental health problems can be a bitch.
  • 0
    @CoffeeNcode no, i haven't
  • 0
    @irene judging from my incomplete picture I'm getting from devRant, you probably should. It's clearly bothering you
  • 0
    @CoffeeNcode right now I'm mostly bothered by a nerve pain in my shoulder caused by displacement in my spine.

    I cannot think strainght now.
  • 5
    Looks like someone isn't failing at failing :)
  • 0
    @irene your positive it was an angry accusation of flirting and not a flirty accusation of flirting? Sometimes I wonder if you don't take things a little to literally but that maybe just cultural differences, idk.
  • 0
    @M1sf3t I am certain in what I've said. It was not two fold. It was straightforward.
  • 0
    @irene not sure thats entirely what I meant. Sometimes someone will accuse you of flirting with them in an effort to flirt with you. @rutee07 posted a good snl link in the subject the other day.
  • 0
    @M1sf3t no. Do you want me to literally translate what she said to me?
  • 0
    @irene that is entirely up to you
  • 0
    @M1sf3t I don't see another way of proving there cannot be misreading
  • 0
    @irene 🤷🏻‍♂️
  • 0
    But no. I don't want to read it again so no proof will be.
  • 1
    Fun fact #382: not every moment has to be an absolute success. Sometime it helps to just relax and not expect to succeed in everything.

    Besides, how can you learn anything if you never fail? Some of the best life lessons I got come from failures. For example, never sneeze while holding a loaded gun. That lesson will be with me for ever. :)) ( no one got hurt except a plant :P )
  • 0
    @irene fair enough. It was just a consideration. Just for clarity tho, nothing like we saw here...

    https://youtu.be/WwfVaehcdfE
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  • 1
    @irene oh well then fuck 'em. It's not always the accused that's the problem
  • 1
  • 0
    @irene give them back an angry accusation of an angry false accusation
  • 1
    @electrineer too late. Moment was missed
  • 0
    Kinda getting tired of this depression attention. Get some help, whining wont solve anything.
  • 1
    @zemaitis hey you know they also have this group called anger management. I'm not entirely certain but I hear it helps with assholism...
  • 0
    @M1sf3t I didnt say anything for months, but this time decided to be brutally honest and all of a sudden Im an asshole? What do u want from me, a birthday cake saying get some help? At least Im trying to help instead of feeding the problem with attention
  • 0
    @zemaitis there's a way to be bluntly honest and and there is way not too. Telling someone your tired of hearing it is the way not to. It implies that they are common and just one of a number that noone gives a shit about.

    Also typically you want to reserve this for those people who are forever trying to kill themselves yet conveniently always fuck it up or manage to let someone know beforehand thats close enough to get to them.

    You know the one's your having to go take a shotgun out of their hands or talk them down out of a tree every other month. These are the types that you usually don't have to worry about because they're only looking for attention. Hell after about their 4th or 5th "attempt" you'll even find yourself considering whether you shouldn't just help them go through with it just so you don't have to keep dropping what your doing to run over there and "save" them.
  • 0
    That's not to rule out that someone with legitimate problems wont say anything....

    It's just something more subtle. They occasionally leave the gun out they're sitting with everyday after school hoping it might dawn in someone that it's not hinting season and this is the 5th time you cleaned it within two months.

    Or they let you see them rummaging through the suitcases and leave the pocket open when they find whats left of the stash. Sure they've driven off into the sunrise to keep you from getting to them, but their cell stays on so that there's still a chance you may figure it out and call to talk them out of it. They might even make a post on anonymous on a social network for the same reason.
  • 1
    Because while they've made up their mind, deep down they still question it and want a second opinion, just not with the cost of eliminating their options. Death is not scary part after all, the scary part is the idea of fucking up it up somehow, since of course they are a fuckup, and from then on they become everyone's suicidal charity case which costs them both their options and their chance at recovering to lead a normal life.

    So again while its ok to be honest and say "hey, this is x number of times, I don't think we're helping so seek someone more capable," you don't ever belittle the fact that their questioning death. Especially on here where someone posting knows that no matter how anyone reacts to the post, ultimately the decision will still rest in their hands because none of us can physically get to them in time to intervene.
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