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    Moist One reacted to StivePesley in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    This is old, but always good to read when you need to have a word with yourself (which I do quite often)
    https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2012/feb/01/top-five-regrets-of-the-dying
     
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    Moist One got a reaction from Gap tooth ram in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    I think one of the toughest feelings a proud man can have (I can only speak for myself) is that totally abject feeling of helplessness when witnessing someone you care about in pain.
    I've always got people who are going through painful times in my thoughts, it's part of the burden that pains me and contributes to my own mental issues.
    It may be a cliche Ryan, but being there for your missus is massive, so just carry on being a big firm shoulder for her.
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    Moist One got a reaction from Abu Derby in Mel Morris to put the club up for sale SHOULD Derby fail to win promotion....   
    I wish Ramblur was around. 
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    Moist One got a reaction from 86 points in Mel Morris to put the club up for sale SHOULD Derby fail to win promotion....   
    I wish Ramblur was around. 
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    Moist One got a reaction from KCG in Mel Morris to put the club up for sale SHOULD Derby fail to win promotion....   
    I wish Ramblur was around. 
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    Moist One got a reaction from AmericanRam in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    I think one of the toughest feelings a proud man can have (I can only speak for myself) is that totally abject feeling of helplessness when witnessing someone you care about in pain.
    I've always got people who are going through painful times in my thoughts, it's part of the burden that pains me and contributes to my own mental issues.
    It may be a cliche Ryan, but being there for your missus is massive, so just carry on being a big firm shoulder for her.
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    Moist One reacted to StivePesley in winding up petitions   
    No - I just take two hours between starting a post and submitting it !
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    Moist One got a reaction from TigerTedd in Mid Life Crisis   
    I bought a few pair of jogging bottoms (trackies), mainly so I don't have to iron jeans to nip out to KFC! 
    Not owned trackies since the early 90s.
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    Moist One reacted to RadioactiveWaste in Birmingham FFP hearing starts today   
    I think a new, fairer and more workable solution should be found.
    My proposal is all sanctions and punishments be applied to Leeds utd. So if brum get the 12 pints deducted, Leeds lose12 points etc. This will stamp out breaches by clubs because they'll feel bad about Leeds getting all the punishment and Leeds fans will love it because the system genuinely will be rigged against them.
     
     
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    Moist One got a reaction from coneheadjohn in Mid Life Crisis   
    I bought a few pair of jogging bottoms (trackies), mainly so I don't have to iron jeans to nip out to KFC! 
    Not owned trackies since the early 90s.
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    Moist One got a reaction from Wolfie in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    this sadden me revel, not least because as meaningless as it is to you, you've been my favourite poster on this forum for a good few years now, and when I've been really low, many of your posts have made me smile.
    I can't answer for your issues, but awareness, as I am consistently convinced,  is the start of a recovery. and alcohol is the fuel for lots of misery, especially if it's chemically enhanced lagers brewed in the UK (such as Stella).
    I imagine if you can sustain a couple of weeks off the drink, even if you're not a big drinker, and replace it with something rewarding, like cycling or jogging, or even reading a book or two, I would wager a massive swing in mentality.
    Again, I know things are easier said than done. I just hope that you can get yourself right before you do anything you cannot repair.
    If you need to vent, feel free to PM me mate. I know you probably won't, but the offer, and the respect is and always will be there pal.
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    Moist One reacted to angieram in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    @reveldevil
    Please talk to someone about how you are feeling. 
    https://www.mind.org.uk/need-urgent-help/
    https://www.samaritans.org/#
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    Moist One got a reaction from coneheadjohn in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    this sadden me revel, not least because as meaningless as it is to you, you've been my favourite poster on this forum for a good few years now, and when I've been really low, many of your posts have made me smile.
    I can't answer for your issues, but awareness, as I am consistently convinced,  is the start of a recovery. and alcohol is the fuel for lots of misery, especially if it's chemically enhanced lagers brewed in the UK (such as Stella).
    I imagine if you can sustain a couple of weeks off the drink, even if you're not a big drinker, and replace it with something rewarding, like cycling or jogging, or even reading a book or two, I would wager a massive swing in mentality.
    Again, I know things are easier said than done. I just hope that you can get yourself right before you do anything you cannot repair.
    If you need to vent, feel free to PM me mate. I know you probably won't, but the offer, and the respect is and always will be there pal.
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    Moist One reacted to plymouthram in Other Fans Forums   
    Spent a couple of hours looking at our rivals Forum sites. Most Westbrom fans seemed to have resigned themselves to the play-offs and don,t want Villa in either semi's or final.  Most M'Boro fans want Pulis out and are moaning about all the teams closing in on them in the play-off positions. Most Villa fans think they are home and dry for a play-off spot and are looking at 5th more 6th place. Majority of Preston fans are happy what they have acheived and want to remain under the radar. But quite a few don't think they will get into the play-offs. Bristol fans are resigned to championship football next season and most are predicting the team will finish between 8th and 12th. Sheffield Weds fans seem to split between romping into the top 6 to glory and others feel the next set of fixtures will kill their season off, but are still happy, due to being miles away from a relegation battle. Forest fans are annoyed that the club should be higher in the league with all the money they spent in the summer. Only a few still think they can get into the play-offs. Not many Hull fans are talking of promotion. Birmingham fans have resigned to not being in the race and are more concerned about possible points reduction through FFP. A few Brentford fans are still talking of promotion and are pointing out their goal diff is worth a point.
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    Moist One got a reaction from reveldevil in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    I went though exactly this end of November and into December. I was aware it was happening, and just needed the time to pass and things to fall into their place. I deleted all social media, logged out of everything, didn't speak to anyone. Turned my mobile off, and bizarrely bought some pencils, crayons, geometry stuff and a pad, and doodled nonsense with music on. Eventually, my mind switched back on. I cannot explain it right now. But I was literally not bothered about anyone except my mum and gran for about 3 weeks. I then felt guilt when I realised how worried people had been cos of me, but I was not apologetic. I was very teary though and couldn't express what I was going through.
    If you're going through similar, I can feel your pain. It makes no sense does it.
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    Moist One got a reaction from BurtonRam7 in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    this sadden me revel, not least because as meaningless as it is to you, you've been my favourite poster on this forum for a good few years now, and when I've been really low, many of your posts have made me smile.
    I can't answer for your issues, but awareness, as I am consistently convinced,  is the start of a recovery. and alcohol is the fuel for lots of misery, especially if it's chemically enhanced lagers brewed in the UK (such as Stella).
    I imagine if you can sustain a couple of weeks off the drink, even if you're not a big drinker, and replace it with something rewarding, like cycling or jogging, or even reading a book or two, I would wager a massive swing in mentality.
    Again, I know things are easier said than done. I just hope that you can get yourself right before you do anything you cannot repair.
    If you need to vent, feel free to PM me mate. I know you probably won't, but the offer, and the respect is and always will be there pal.
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    Moist One got a reaction from Alpha in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    I went though exactly this end of November and into December. I was aware it was happening, and just needed the time to pass and things to fall into their place. I deleted all social media, logged out of everything, didn't speak to anyone. Turned my mobile off, and bizarrely bought some pencils, crayons, geometry stuff and a pad, and doodled nonsense with music on. Eventually, my mind switched back on. I cannot explain it right now. But I was literally not bothered about anyone except my mum and gran for about 3 weeks. I then felt guilt when I realised how worried people had been cos of me, but I was not apologetic. I was very teary though and couldn't express what I was going through.
    If you're going through similar, I can feel your pain. It makes no sense does it.
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    Moist One got a reaction from mozza in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    this sadden me revel, not least because as meaningless as it is to you, you've been my favourite poster on this forum for a good few years now, and when I've been really low, many of your posts have made me smile.
    I can't answer for your issues, but awareness, as I am consistently convinced,  is the start of a recovery. and alcohol is the fuel for lots of misery, especially if it's chemically enhanced lagers brewed in the UK (such as Stella).
    I imagine if you can sustain a couple of weeks off the drink, even if you're not a big drinker, and replace it with something rewarding, like cycling or jogging, or even reading a book or two, I would wager a massive swing in mentality.
    Again, I know things are easier said than done. I just hope that you can get yourself right before you do anything you cannot repair.
    If you need to vent, feel free to PM me mate. I know you probably won't, but the offer, and the respect is and always will be there pal.
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    Moist One got a reaction from i-Ram in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    this sadden me revel, not least because as meaningless as it is to you, you've been my favourite poster on this forum for a good few years now, and when I've been really low, many of your posts have made me smile.
    I can't answer for your issues, but awareness, as I am consistently convinced,  is the start of a recovery. and alcohol is the fuel for lots of misery, especially if it's chemically enhanced lagers brewed in the UK (such as Stella).
    I imagine if you can sustain a couple of weeks off the drink, even if you're not a big drinker, and replace it with something rewarding, like cycling or jogging, or even reading a book or two, I would wager a massive swing in mentality.
    Again, I know things are easier said than done. I just hope that you can get yourself right before you do anything you cannot repair.
    If you need to vent, feel free to PM me mate. I know you probably won't, but the offer, and the respect is and always will be there pal.
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    Moist One got a reaction from Ramslad1992 in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    this sadden me revel, not least because as meaningless as it is to you, you've been my favourite poster on this forum for a good few years now, and when I've been really low, many of your posts have made me smile.
    I can't answer for your issues, but awareness, as I am consistently convinced,  is the start of a recovery. and alcohol is the fuel for lots of misery, especially if it's chemically enhanced lagers brewed in the UK (such as Stella).
    I imagine if you can sustain a couple of weeks off the drink, even if you're not a big drinker, and replace it with something rewarding, like cycling or jogging, or even reading a book or two, I would wager a massive swing in mentality.
    Again, I know things are easier said than done. I just hope that you can get yourself right before you do anything you cannot repair.
    If you need to vent, feel free to PM me mate. I know you probably won't, but the offer, and the respect is and always will be there pal.
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    Moist One reacted to G STAR RAM in Things are shaping up nicely for the perfect scenario   
    Says on Ticketmaster they've sold out already?
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    Moist One reacted to TexasRam in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    I was totallly ignorant about this stuff and didnt ever think I’d be in this boat, but life throws stuff at you that you’d never expect. It’s a horrible place to be at times but I have the love of good people close to me so it helps. 
    Anyone else struggling nothing much I can say, just talk and don’t bottle it up X 
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    Moist One got a reaction from Gap tooth ram in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    this sadden me revel, not least because as meaningless as it is to you, you've been my favourite poster on this forum for a good few years now, and when I've been really low, many of your posts have made me smile.
    I can't answer for your issues, but awareness, as I am consistently convinced,  is the start of a recovery. and alcohol is the fuel for lots of misery, especially if it's chemically enhanced lagers brewed in the UK (such as Stella).
    I imagine if you can sustain a couple of weeks off the drink, even if you're not a big drinker, and replace it with something rewarding, like cycling or jogging, or even reading a book or two, I would wager a massive swing in mentality.
    Again, I know things are easier said than done. I just hope that you can get yourself right before you do anything you cannot repair.
    If you need to vent, feel free to PM me mate. I know you probably won't, but the offer, and the respect is and always will be there pal.
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    Moist One got a reaction from reveldevil in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    this sadden me revel, not least because as meaningless as it is to you, you've been my favourite poster on this forum for a good few years now, and when I've been really low, many of your posts have made me smile.
    I can't answer for your issues, but awareness, as I am consistently convinced,  is the start of a recovery. and alcohol is the fuel for lots of misery, especially if it's chemically enhanced lagers brewed in the UK (such as Stella).
    I imagine if you can sustain a couple of weeks off the drink, even if you're not a big drinker, and replace it with something rewarding, like cycling or jogging, or even reading a book or two, I would wager a massive swing in mentality.
    Again, I know things are easier said than done. I just hope that you can get yourself right before you do anything you cannot repair.
    If you need to vent, feel free to PM me mate. I know you probably won't, but the offer, and the respect is and always will be there pal.
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    Moist One got a reaction from Mucker1884 in Depression, anxiety, stress and other related issues   
    this sadden me revel, not least because as meaningless as it is to you, you've been my favourite poster on this forum for a good few years now, and when I've been really low, many of your posts have made me smile.
    I can't answer for your issues, but awareness, as I am consistently convinced,  is the start of a recovery. and alcohol is the fuel for lots of misery, especially if it's chemically enhanced lagers brewed in the UK (such as Stella).
    I imagine if you can sustain a couple of weeks off the drink, even if you're not a big drinker, and replace it with something rewarding, like cycling or jogging, or even reading a book or two, I would wager a massive swing in mentality.
    Again, I know things are easier said than done. I just hope that you can get yourself right before you do anything you cannot repair.
    If you need to vent, feel free to PM me mate. I know you probably won't, but the offer, and the respect is and always will be there pal.
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