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 Schizophrenia?
I've been diagnosed with schizophrenia since 12 years old.How could I overcome this mental illness?I am also experiencing inferiority complex.What should I do?I'm only 17...


 A minor's right to refuse medication: does it exist?
My mom is convinced I am depressed and sent me to a therapist. She was really annoying and kept referring to astrology for my problems. I recently refused to go see that therapist. And now my mom ...


 Can somebody please help me .Let me no how they felt. When they tried to get off of hdrydone.?
I really need a friend to lift my spirits in trying to get off of hydrocodone. And how it made them feel....


 Anybody still spin around in circles like a little kid, even though they are adults?
And is this immature. You get so dizzy. Of course you do it alone though....


 i feel weird..has this happened to anybody else?
i've noticed that every time i do something i start to feel weird like idk can't really explain it but it feels weird
like i will be talking a friend my head will start to hurt and i ...


 my son has autism and adhd and is very angry with me all the time and is never happy with any think i do.?
does it get any better as they get older as i am worried for him.
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12 years old always demanding and if he gets what he wants he is still not happy....


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 Why am I so sencible with the problems that I have?
If I'm having a hard time in college ( many assigments, tests, project due at the same time) I collapse and end up in tears. If I'm having personal problems collapse as well.....

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 I have horrible social anxiety, what can I do to help it?
I'm 19 years-old and as I've already stated, I have horrible social anxiety, although I haven't been diagnosed by a professional yet. I always knew something was wrong with me when I ...


 I'm 16 and have anxiety..need tips on ways to relax in public situations?
I am 16 years old, have severe anxiety and depression, and am doing a lot better lately. Just wondering what some techiniques you use that work on getting yourself less twitchy and more relaxed in ...


 I love her but I can't live with her?
My parents have been divorced for ten years and seven years ago my mother remarried. She and my stepdad are sometimes verbally and physically abusive of me and my brother (who has mild autism and ...


 21 year old teenager?
I feel like a teenager at the moment even though I am 21. I feel like a total freak. I have no self confidence and feel like I have no friends etc. Even though I have a boyfriend and I live in a ...


 What do I do? I feel depressed and empty at 32 years old?
I am 32 years old. I live with my family up in a rural area where there isn't really anything (far off from the city). I'm divorced and was married just 6 weeks. My wife had run back to her ...


 Whats happened to my grandfather
I was playing call of duty 2 for xbox360 and i was playing the Normandy invasion level and my grandfather started yelling and shaking my mother told me to stop playing the game around him. it was ...


 do you find that happy people justify their happiness with things that dont make sense?
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 can parents force me into help for an eating disorder if im over 18?
ok my parents now know that i purge , and that i dont eat an awful lot so they are saying i have an eating disorder and that i need to get help and they are saying that if i dont speak to someone ...


 How can I learn to accept myself for who I am?
I have been overweight all my life. I am trying to deal with the fact that I will never be skinny. I just cant seem to stop thinking of myself as an ugly fat cow. It makes me not want to be around a ...


 I need to find a medication for depression, but i don't want one that makes me tired, or gain weight.?
I am a 31 yr.old female, and have been seriously depressed for 5 months. i have tried anti-depressants before, but they have side effects that are so bad i quit using them, or they just don't ...


 how to get rid of the thoughts, when u literally know she is not gonna come back...?
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 I've hit rock bottom. I need your help and advice...please :(?
I always wondered when it would happen, and what it would be like when I got here. I'm completely at rock bottom, and I feel like I'm drowning. I need to get this out to someone because I ...



*What Goes Around Comes Around
Why do people pretend?
why do people pretend or act like they are happy but they are really hurting inside? and can you tell if someone is happy or unhappy by the way they act or look?
                      









DisfunctionJunction
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Ever hear the saying "fake it till you make it" well most of us are raised with that thought. We are told that we should just smile, it will help. Unfortunatly in most occasions it does not, and can not help.
I am the type of person who can't fake it, and I don't like it when other people fake it but I have to realize that everyone has their own way of coping with things and if this helps even a little for them then go for it!
Can you tell if someone is unhappy by how they look? if you can then so can they


Lucine H
we are self-conscious about what other people will think about us if they see us feeling the way that we truly are


ohsswim04
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Sure you can if you know them or just see them around a lot. They pretend because there not the only ones in the world with that problem so theres no reason they should be casting it to the world like there the only one's with that problem.


Ladyofathousandfaces
Well that is called masking, and a lot of people do it, it is a way to not show their emotions, but a lot of people know how to do this, but it is just stuffing . They need to find a healther way of coping, and it is hard for them when they go into therapy for this, cause they don't really want to let them know how you are feeling , they have been doing it for such a long time they really don't know how not to. They also may wear sun glasses cause they just don't want to look at anyone with their bear eyes, cause their eyes, will show what the heck is going on , so they hide behind the glasses too. I know i just to wear that mask all of the times, and dark glasses. They are just having a hard time showing how they feel cause they learned this to keep the safe, and not to let anyone know how they are feeling. Matter of fact they may not even know that they are masking, cause it was something they started at a very young age, but with therapy and a lot of hard work they can work though this.


SeriousDisco
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Lots of people pretend to be happy so they don't bring other people down. You can tell the difference if you really pay attention.


NONAME
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because they dont want anyone to know what is going on with them and most if the time it works


Sciman
there will always be someone with whom one doesn't want to share one's feelings. Many people ask inappropriate questions of others, and many of the people asked do not have the courage, or are not in a position to answer truthfully.

Sometimes people give signs which lead one to doubt their veracity or good humour.

Sometimes a look occurs on the face for a split second. That can be revealing.


Heavenly_Tear
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there are two types of person: one is those who like to pretend that they are happy even though they are hurting inside, whereas the other just show it up and can't hide. the first type tend to hide their feeling because there are many reason. one is that they may feel uncomfortable to tell to people that they don't know really well. second, they don't like other to know their problem. third, society tend not to care about other people problem. it is a way of living. people tend to care about themselves. it is okay for them to tell one a story, and one need to listen. but when it is our turn to tell a story, they tend not to listen to our story. thus, when a person is sad, he/she doesn't want to tell to someone because eventually no one listen, thus why bother to tell to someone if in the end no one really care.

i'm the type of person who can't hide my feeling. if i'm sad people can tell right away base on my expression. but no one (friends) ever ask me why i'm sad (eventhough they know that i'm sad). but even if they ask i won't tell them if the problem is big. if i'm sad because of minor problem then if they ask i will share to them. but if major problem then when they ask, i won't answer because mostly for major problem i like to keep it to myself and don't want any body to know. thus i guess a lot of people feeling like this way.

well, i sometime can tell whehter the person is happy or unhappy base on the way they act or look. but most of the time i can't tell. people act so good, thus it is hard to tell.


NATIVE NEW YORKER
I THINK PEOPLE PRETEND SO THAT THEY CAN FEEL BETTER ABOUT THEMSELVES. SOMETIMES ONE CAN
TELL BUT OTHER TIMES CANNOT. IF YOU ARE NOT HURTING ANYONE, IT'S NOT A BAD WAY TO GET THROUGH
THE DAY.


kiki
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In a situation with people that aren't close friends, what would be the point of letting them know? Especially if you are in a social situation - you are not in a therapists office. In general - people don't really care about other's deep problems (unless they are a close friend) I don't think you can tell if a person is happy or unhappy just by looking at them. I can be miserable and people would never know when I am out in public. People usually tell me they think I am always happy and in control. (i don't feel that way inside)


Lissa Listens
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Yes, if I know them well and sometimes even with strangers. Look in their eyes, beyond the surface, the answer is usually there and cannot be completely hidden. Body language is a way of reading what someone is feeling as well.

Society pressures us to "be happy" even when we hurt inside. Sometimes we pretend to "be happy" in order not to bring others around us down or push our problems on to them. At times we may even act happy in hopes it will help us to enjoy life more.

If a person, or you yourself, is chronically unhappy to the point of always having to pretend, then they need to seek help.

LISSA


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