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    I act like I know it all, as if I have everything figured out. But actually, I’m stuck. I am not good at anything at all. I hate myself.I keep wishing I was never born. I don’t have the guts to take my own life. I just keep hoping for an accident or to sleep and never wake up again. I don’t have any ability, not one.
    I am like those people you see in movies who you would totally ignore in real life because they’re hopeless.
    I dont know what to do with myself.
    Why do I always feel this way? what is the point of this stupid life? Why am I even here in this world? Nothing helps..


    Dear sigfred:

    I very much doubt that you are not good at “anything at all”, that you don’t have “any ability” and that you are hopeless.

    While I believe you that you act like you know it ALL and have EVERYTHING figured out, I don’t believe you know NOTHING either.

    What you presented here is All-or-Nothing thinking which is simply incorrect.

    Would you like to post again with a more realistic thinking, sharing a few things you do know and mentioning the things you don’t know?



    Hi Sigfred,

    You are NOT a loser….just someone who is going through a tough and dark time!

    Sometimes life bring us to our knees and everything seems bleak and hopeless….but darkness always gives way to light!!

    Find YOUR light my friend….EVERY human has one!!!

    Here are 2 links that should help you:

    I pray your angels guide you forward.

    GOD bless!

    ps: here is the link to a song called “don’t give up”….listen to it:

    Adam P

    The reason why you have this way of thinking of “I’m not good at anything at all” would be the fact that first you are not at peace with yourself. The second thing that you need to do after achieving inner peace would be to incorporate massive action to your life. This would include creating a type of daily routine. I would also recommend trying meditation and learning to be comfortable with yourself. Regarding the action part, there must be some activities that you would like to try that have interested you such as playing an instrument or activity such as drawing or painting(these two are very relaxing activities).
    Remember there is no shame for asking for help from a professional. You knows they might suggest an outlet that will help you find yourself.
    Thank you and take care


    Hi sigfred,

    I agree that you need to cut out the black and white thinking. The reality of life is that we are all on a spectrum. For example: you might outlive all of us (your Health might be at 90%, you just don’t know it yet! Who knows??). You are a good writer, as you did a great job expressing yourself! Let’s say Writing 80%. Do you see what I’m getting at? At the end of the day we are all schmoes just trying to muddle through this life.

    And look at babies, the elderly or the infirm. They have just as much right to be here with dignity as anyone, even if all they can do is eat, sleep and poop.

    My daughter just gave me a great book called When Breath Becomes Air. The theme seems to be: Everything matters, yet nothing matters. I can’t go on, yet I do go on.

    Blessings to You,


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