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Do you ever feel like bawling your eyes out? feeling like you shouldnt be here?

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Studies show a toxin in the body that lowers when we cry. They think that is why so many people say after a good cry "I feel better" even if they look like crap from all the crying. Sometimes you just need a good cry to get past those feelings. Sure, no one wants to be a cry baby... but if you feel that overwhelmed, cry it out and you will be exhausted but probably feel a whole lot better! By the way, women have ten times the toxin than men have... so women actually DO need to cry more than men. But that does not mean men should not let it out once in a while too.

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Yes.....

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Yup.

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Most of my life I have felt like that. It happens.

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I feel like everyone has at one point in there life..

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Nope, unless something tragic happens, I only cry when I am sad. I never feel like I shouldn't be here, because every living soul has a purpose, a place and a mission to fulfill. I have never been one to "feel sorry for myself". I try to see the good in almost everything, no matter had bad it is, it could be worst. That's just me, though.

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Yes :(

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every night I feel like this. I sit down im ready to go to bed, and all the sudden I get so sad.
I dont know how your life style is, but mine isnt so great.
I think that people feel this way because they feel empty and lonely. well at least that what makes me feel likw bawling my eyes out.

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Depression is common during teenage years because your hormones are out of balance, especially at your age. Find a Naturopath or Homeopath and discuss your miseries. It's important to find a health professional you are happy with and patience is important, because you need to give treatment enough time to work properly. St. John's wort capsules three times daily helps, but don't use these if you're taking any doctor’s medications. Inhale Lavender & Rosewood essential oils whenever you feel low. Drugs do NOT cure depression and may make everything worse. Exercise is a wonderful stress relaxer, especially aerobic exercise like a regular brisk walk or swimming. This releases endorphins (“feel-good” hormones) to raise your mood. Low self-esteem is the most common cause of depression. Counselling may help if you are that way inclined. I have gathered a few books togerther that will help to cheer you up - check out my “Comments” for further guidance.

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Go to Amazon.com for guidance books such as: “Think Confident, Be Confident for Teens: A Cognitive Therapy Guide to Overcoming Self-Doubt and Creating Unshakable Self-Esteem” by Marci Fox, Leslie Sokol, Aaron and Judith Beck; “The Shyness and Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens: CBT and ACT Skills to Help You Build Social Confidence” by Jennifer Shannon LMFT, Doug Shannon and Christine Padesky; “104 Activities That Build: Self-Esteem, Teamwork, Communication, Anger Management, Self-Discovery, Coping Skills” by Alanna Jones; “Empowering Teens to Build Self-Esteem” by Suzanne E. Harrill.

“Happiness Is A Choice For Teens” by Paul D. Meier is a great place to start. I know you aren’t a girl, but the information in THIS book applies to everyone: “What Do You Expect? She's a Teenager!: A Hope and Happiness Guide for Moms with Daughters Ages 11 – 19” by Arden Greenspan-Goldberg.
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All the time lol I often get depressed.

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