r/MadeMeSmile Oct 02 '22 Silver 9 Helpful 22 Wholesome 36 Faith In Humanity Restored 2 Heartwarming 2

THIS. I salute you.. Wholesome Moments

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u/drUniversalis Oct 02 '22

This happened to me in a club too, far from home and my friend didn't show up.

It were two brothers who gave me free drinks & stuff and spent the whole night with me accepting none of my favors in return (and a free website is something to turn down). Bless you guys.

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u/Dice_for_Death_ Oct 02 '22

Whenever I read about outward, supportive examples of empathy like this - people reaching out to each other because they see, they know, and can help for help's sake - it makes me feel hopefulness that, itself, feels weird, foreign. It's beautiful, sure. It's like I'm sad that this isn't more widespread. That we don't do unto ourselves this mercy all the time. Too much damage that has scarred over us, for it to be a normal thing, perhaps?

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u/Hannes_Burlington Oct 02 '22

I’m from Bavaria. Two weeks ago in the village i live a guy around my age(33) committed suicide. No one, not even his family realised he had depression...

It‘s so sad how men often just don’t have (or they think the don’t have) a emotional space in society.

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u/Dudeboy1103 Oct 02 '22

Fcking sucks here in Asia too where men must be strong and not cry and shit

You have to keep it all in because Fck you if you show any emotion. :(

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u/NoFuture355 Oct 02 '22

No no we can cry but the catch is you'll have to be super Handsome and wealthy cause a Ugly poor bastard crying dosent look Cute.

Fuk this life man.

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u/eponinesflowers Oct 02 '22

I work for an anti-trafficking hotline, and it breaks my heart to see how many men feel like they don’t have space to process trauma, sexual assault, domestic abuse, etc. I’ve heard men say things like “no one believes that this happens to men” and apologize for crying (they say because “men don’t cry”) countless times. I strongly believe that this world would be a better place if everyone, specifically men, were given the opportunity to experience emotions openly

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u/jkozuch Oct 02 '22

And yet, if a man appears on TV and cries, then he’s ridiculed openly.

It’s amazing how hypocritical society is about the mental and emotional health of men.

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u/Mysterious_Sound4579 Oct 02 '22

Yes. My friend a few years ago had depression extremely bad and none of us realized it because he would constantly laugh, smile, play jokes, and just be the happiest guy ever. None of us thought he could ever leave us that way. He left behind a son and a daughter who was unborn at the time (first girl in YEARS on his side of the family). I miss him everyday and I wish I had noticed and tried to do something. We need to open the door for men to talk more openly about mental health without judgement or embarrassment. It should be just as widely accepted in men as it is in women

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u/Creaper10 Oct 02 '22

A couple years ago, 7 months into covid and a month after my dog died, in addition to other problems that had been ongoing for around 5 years, I nearly committed suicide. I had sat in my room crying with a knife in my hand for around 2 hours, trying to convince myself to stop. eventually I came out of my room, got cleaned up, told my mom what I was doing. She comforted me, and eventually my dad entered the room. You know what my step-dad told me? He told me to man up. That I was overreacting.

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u/Simpletruth2022 Oct 03 '22

That's messed up dude. Your step-dad could have at least listened to you for a minute. What a dk.

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u/Advanced_Club_1183 Oct 03 '22

It’s too bad that your step dad couldn’t be secure enough as a man to tell you how he was really feeling which was scared. Scared that he and your mom could have lost you forever. Death is permanent and life is short. My 23 year old brother succeeded at taking his own life in Dec 2005. I’m glad you didn’t. ❤️ Please never try again. Trust me. Whatever is hurting you will pass and if it’s really too much to cope on your own, schedule to see a therapist. If you don’t have health insurance, check with your county social services or local churches for free counseling services. You don’t have to suffer alone or in silence. No one does. I’m sending you positive vibes and best wishes. 🤗🤗🤗

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u/Creaper10 Oct 03 '22

Things have gotten a lot better since then, I am in a much better place now mentally. I don't think it'll happen again ❤ thank you

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u/Forwhatitsworth-hmm Oct 03 '22

Oh my god that is so fucked up and so pathetic that he would react that way I’m so sorry! Hopefully you can get some space from him or at least from his attitude!

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u/CaptainCaring Oct 02 '22

A lot of people go out of their way to belittle the position of a man seeking support too, so it's not just that they lack support but have opposition as well.

It's very easy, as a man, to let these things pile up.

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u/squashwithjosh Oct 02 '22

I used to be a bouncer at some clubs/bars. Whenever it was slow or at the beginning of my shift, there is typically someone in a rough place just drinking to escape reality. They never really belonged and would normally never see someone at this type of establishment, but they are just going through a hard time.

I would take 10 minutes just to chat them up and they would immediately perk up because people are not as good at seeking help as they think.

If it was ever super busy, I would send a patron who was in a social mood and that usually did the trick as well.

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u/sfwills Oct 02 '22

That is a really kind thing to do. Thank you for taking care of others

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u/Electrical_Point6361 Oct 02 '22

It’s so nice you have an eye that “see’s” another’s pain and reaching out in a tiny way is sometimes all it takes 👏❤️🙏

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u/[deleted] Oct 02 '22

You must have cats, or dogs, because people who care about people that way usually care a lot about animals too. Maybe not but it seems like the exception when the above is not true.

And thank you for doing that kind of thing. It really does make the world tolerable and a much better place to live.

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u/Flipperpac Oct 02 '22

Thank ypu sir....im sure you know youve give countless guys some semblance of hope and happiness

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u/Jumpy_Ad_4902 Oct 03 '22

Usually bouncers just start fights and sell cocaine

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u/ArchBaller Oct 02 '22

Some good fucking soul food.

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u/vanessaultimo Oct 02 '22

That's why it's important to always be kind ..even to strangers. And if you see someone who seems upset , go and talk to them. You could literally save a life.

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u/OneOk2078 Oct 02 '22

Completely true . I once was in a parking lot and there was a older man getting out of his car I smiled and asked him how are you ? His response was alright I asked if. There was anything I could do for him . He said “ No” . I said alright I hope you have a good day . Later while shopping he caught up to me and told me his wife just died he’d been with her all night and my smile made a difference to him . Of course I stopped hugged him and listened to what he had to say. Gave him A big kiss and also my phone # waited for him and we walked to his car and talked a little more . He assured me he would be alright his family would all be around him as soon as he told them the news . And he thanked me again and said your smile saved me I needed that . I felt so good & always try to make eye contact with people and listen to their answered when I ask how they are. I still think of that man and how offering something as simple as a smile is needed .

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u/UPDOOTDOOT1215 Oct 02 '22

The guy who helped him

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u/KleosKronos Oct 02 '22

How exactly do you talk about life? Idk how I would do it in this situation. Would I speak about the happy stuff? Kinda feels like I'm showing off. The negative stuff? Now it feels like I'm trying to invalidate his pain. How exactly would I talk about life in this situation

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u/Personal_Regular_569 Oct 02 '22

You could just say "hey, you look like you need a friend."

Or maybe "Something weighing on you brother?"

It might feel awkward or uncomfortable but that happens to everyone. If you can push through those feelings you'll find it gets easier to talk and open up.

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u/squashwithjosh Oct 02 '22

Sometimes just being in their presence is enough to break the ice. But saying "something weighing on you brother?" is the therapy to make someone open up without realizing it. If someone experiencing a hard time people is out in public, oftentimes there is a silent plea for help and all they want is a sympathetic ear or to be treated like a normal person.

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u/gimmhi5 Oct 02 '22 edited Oct 02 '22

Talk about the stuff you don’t want to share with the people close to you. Maybe to protect their feelings, or you don’t want them to see certain people you know, in a different light. I enjoy singing karaoke in front of strangers so I never again have to hear about my performance. Strangers are good listeners sometimes :). If you’re talking from the perspective of the 6’4” guy, you can simply ask: “everything all good? Anything you feel like talking about?” You’d be surprised how strangers open up!

Sometimes even saying good morning, how you doin today? Can start a pretty intense conversation.

Edit: u/iloveyoutommy if you read this and need someone to chat with, get at me!

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u/M0r2an Oct 03 '22

This is literally me. I don't tell my lovers too much because I don't want my sadness weighing them down or them being worried about me.

It was the same with my parents. My mum had enough on her plate and I felt like a burden so I just kept it all to myself and a few friends that I don't know too well but still feel comfortable talking to.

It's helped a lot but I still feel like I could hurt someone if anything were to slip out at the wrong time.

And again, I'm getting too personal with a stager ;-;"

Sorry random internet hooman lol

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u/gimmhi5 Oct 03 '22

Thanks for the perfect example :) lemme know if you need someone to vent to!

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u/M0r2an Oct 03 '22

You're welcome! Thanks :3

Wish there were more people like this online.

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u/frankc1450 Oct 04 '22

There's a lot of people who care and will help but you have to open up a little. There's this thing with men, it can seem insulting to say "it looks like you could use some help". Even when the person is obviously hurting. Don't keep sucking it up because you don't want to"burden" others. Let them in! They can probably tell something's wrong, something that keeps them at arm's length. You deserve to be happy, to be loved, to be helped and healed.

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u/WeDidItGuyz Oct 02 '22

You OK, pal?

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u/[deleted] Oct 02 '22

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u/WeDidItGuyz Oct 02 '22

Lol sorry, it's just the answer is a very simple and obvious one: go do it.

When somebody says "talking about life", the threshold is pretty low. Just ask basic observational stuff. Are you meeting anyone tonight? What are you drinking? Do you live around here? How long have you been here?

It's hard to get out of our bubble-of-dickheads here on Reddit, but in most social situations where somebody is alone, that person is frequently willing to share things about themselves. After that the answer is literally just be a person who has a conversation.

I asked if you were ok because well... these words amount to "talk to somebody". I was just curious if maybe you were the type to be a little socially awkward or if maybe you had just never had anybody show basic interest in your life for non-transactional reasons.

Hope you're living a real one.

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u/Authoress61 Oct 02 '22

“You look like you need to talk about something. What’s on your mind?”

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u/lizlaf21952 Oct 02 '22

I had this kind of thing happen once. I was in San Francisco and I was 25 or so and I got so piss drunk that I was wandering around the streets alone, stumbling into everything. Size 6 girl, 125 lb, drunk out of my mind. I got lucky. There was this guy at the bus stop where I was sitting/slumped over who got me a big bottle of water and made sure I got on the bus safely. I don't know who he was but he was so sweet. I still think about him to this day

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u/IceCorrect Oct 02 '22

Did you leave bus on right stop?

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u/lizlaf21952 Oct 02 '22

Yeah I got home safe

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u/Forwhatitsworth-hmm Oct 03 '22

My sister overindulged and was basically passed out between two cars in Soho and a London garbageman stopped to check on her and gave her a ride home in his garbage truck. The big hearted helpers are everywhere.

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u/Dismal_Stranger_4815 Oct 02 '22

That is soo good to hear! When people help its a great feeling!

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u/Thomrose007 Oct 02 '22

Amazing. Im in a weird place atm. Not sure i have the guts to go out alone but this was nice to read.

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u/ComprehensiveSir3892 Oct 02 '22

Mr. Rogers said it years ago, "Always look for the helpers."

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u/Substantial-Canary15 Oct 02 '22

Happened to me too. Just broke up with my first boyfriend, I was around 20 and went out drinking shots because no one had time to come with me. A guy who was with his friend asked me if he can sit down and I though oh no, here we go… But he didn’t want to pick me up or anything. He said I look like someone who is drinking her problems away and asked me if I want to tell him why. Unfortunately I can drink a lot and the drunkenness only lasts like an hour but I was tipsy enough to tell him. I probably talked shit about my ex for half an hour. Then I asked him what he’s doing here. His answer was: “this is not about me. I just wanted to give you the opportunity to talk about it in case it helps, because drinking is helpful for a night but it won’t solve anything.”

This was 12 years ago but I still remember it. He was a very decent man.

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u/Pablonovich-Broski Oct 02 '22

I felt this.

So glad that there was a person who allow the spirit to lead them. Such a small act leaving the biggest impact.

Look for the helpers, if you can't see them, become them.

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u/Professional_Salt938 Oct 02 '22

People are awesome

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u/boynamedsue8 Oct 02 '22

This is beautiful! I wish this happened more often

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u/JustCallMeBrody64 Oct 02 '22

It’s crazy sometimes the people U don’t know or aren’t close to will be the ones to care the most

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u/KINGRAGE-X Oct 02 '22

That's wholesome I was going through something like this when I was in high school alone, no emotional support, nobody was there my house became broken and so fourth. I had to suck it up and move forward by myself I think this is one of the reasons why I learned how to cope on my own and learned to mimic empathy or sympathy towards others and change my perception on society.

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u/DamonFields Oct 02 '22

Maybe someday you’ll do that for someone.

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u/Uhkbeat Oct 02 '22

Good for u bro wish u luck and happiness

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u/Suspicious-Dark-5950 Oct 02 '22

This is what we need more of in this world.

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u/ghallway Oct 03 '22

I didn't realize how much I needed to read a story like this. I feel like I am at the end of my rope with my overall faith in humanity.

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u/Forwhatitsworth-hmm Oct 03 '22

No no no! There are so many people that are empaths like us that constantly sense others’ sadness. The more you reach out to others the more it comes back to you and you connect with people who have been through shit and are more real… Hell I cannot pass an older lady at a bus stop without offering her a ride, I feel so guilty in my cozy car and they always feel “blessed” and I always feel connected to them or at least to humanity at large. Don’t get me started if someone seems despondent. 😩

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u/Interesting-Race-919 Oct 03 '22

I was battling depression for yrs. My now ex-wife was understanding in the beginning and we found me some help. A couple of male employees I worked with were also suffering so we would chat on coffee breaks or lunch. My ex told me if I was to ever kill myself not to do it in the house cause she didn't want to deal with the mess. I left her and I'm in a way better place because I did. I'm a better man but more importantly a better father to my 2 beautiful children.

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u/PotatoImpossible Oct 02 '22

Just saw the Jordan Peterson clip where he got emotional when referred to as 'king of incels'.

It's this. This is what he was thinking about.

All that pain and suffering guys go through, when all they need is just a helping hand.

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u/Zestyclosetz Oct 02 '22

Most of what JP says I agree with, he is undoubtedly an intelligent, well-spoken man. But so many of the people who are "fans" of him seem to take his views and manipulate them into self-pity and hatred towards women (incels).

I used to watch him somewhat regularly until I watched a video of him speaking about women who are in high-level careers. He speaks about how women who choose to focus on careers instead of family are inevitably unhappy. He has a few examples from his private therapy (in which he only works with wealthy clients) of women who decided to not have children and later they regretted it. I didn't agree with his views and felt it was a biased sample to base all women off of, but the worst was the comment section. Top comments with 500+ likes were saying things like "this is why women shouldn't be allowed to have careers at all" and "all women should want to raise a family, it's what they are supposed to do". Comments explaining maybe not all women want that were down voted to hell.

I 100% agree with men being ignored and not given the helping hand they need, but there are other reasons he is the "king of incels"

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u/Available-Living-117 Oct 02 '22

Suffer in silence is the only way for a lot of men sadly.

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u/TheOneGuyOneShow Oct 03 '22

My thing with this JP incident is that more often than not he's one of the people telling men to suck it up, to not be "feminine." So while I absolutely want men to be able to express themselves more, there is something funny about seeing that man express the emotions that he knowingly or not tells men not to express.

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u/CodeOfKonami Oct 02 '22 edited Oct 02 '22

I was gonna make a — typical for me — smartass comment on this post, but I really want your comment to be at the top.

No one gives a fuck about men and the man is doing everything he can. His wisdom is not even men-centric. He will face more opposition than this, but Godspeed, JBP.

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u/Respawnmatic Oct 02 '22

What a nice person. Some minimal faith in humanity there

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u/DrunkenMeowth Oct 02 '22

When I got drunk I got jumped

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u/highline9 Oct 02 '22

Wow, that would be life changing for me…great story

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u/Wooden-Guarantee6290 Oct 02 '22

sorry if this is a stupid question but would drinking alone help with depression? I would feel lonely and then also not be thinking clearly

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u/spsprime-64u Oct 03 '22

drinking alone with depression is dangerous alcohol is a dependent if you drink alot you might have a mental breakdowns and it'll feel very extreme sense there drunk and that can lead to suicide Attempts self harm doing stuff that might hurt them self again alcohol is a dependent so you'll have suicide thoughts or extreme sadness but its not the same for everyone iv been dealing with depression suicide self harm and drinking im going off my experience

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u/[deleted] Oct 02 '22

There are still a lot of us who are out there and see it in someone and understand and that’s a lovely story . It is real and many men are out here not knowing how to deal with depression but as long as there are good people out there don’t be scared to approach someone and don’t be scared to help someone coz some people think ahh we all have problems but so many of us feel it’s a community we share and no one should be walking around without hope . 6 ft 4 guy and girlfriend , yous are what everyone needs

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u/plemko Oct 03 '22

God is good. Angels were with you that evening.

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u/Personal_Regular_569 Oct 02 '22

It's okay to cry. Give yourself permission. Your tears serve a purpose, they are the way that your body regulates strong hormones from your feelings. Your body needs that release sometimes. Everybody does. ❤️

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u/Dudeboy1103 Oct 02 '22

Well there are other ways to vent instead of crying

*Punches wall until the fist bleeds*

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u/Personal_Regular_569 Oct 02 '22

Yea, but does that actually help?

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u/Dudeboy1103 Oct 02 '22

Not really but at least I feel something

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u/Personal_Regular_569 Oct 02 '22

The numbness that you're feeling, is your bodies way of protecting you from pain. It doesn't have to be like this. Yes, feeling your feelings can feel awful and overwhelming but life is worth the pain. Love is worth the pain, especially self love.

You deserve a soft life full of love. You are worthy of kindness and compassion, especially from yourself. You are worthy just as you are, you always have been.

A good therapist can help you express yourself in ways that dont harm you or those that you love. They can help you cope with things that might feel impossible. You are worthy of the work that it will take to heal this hurt, even if you can't feel it now it's in there hiding behind the numbness.

I'm sorry you've been hurt. You didn't deserve it.

I'm sending you so much love stranger, you deserve to know what life is like when you love yourself unconditionally. You are worthy.

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u/Vorivi Oct 02 '22

I wish I felt something while reading this. But I guess I'm too much of a mental mess for that

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u/[deleted] Oct 02 '22

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u/benidiktwagner Oct 02 '22

Hey mate, where are you from?

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u/[deleted] Oct 02 '22

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u/HatesLovesPeople Oct 02 '22

If you were a woman, you’d be kicked out for being depressing or hit on by those who don’t care. Trust me, I know.

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u/daymanahhhahhhhhh Oct 02 '22

Hey are you ok? What’s going on? You can talk to me!

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u/HatesLovesPeople Oct 03 '22

Being downvoted to shit says all I need to hear.

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u/majin-canon Oct 02 '22

Pff. i wish.

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u/JUSTOatl Oct 02 '22

Very rare. This is beautiful.

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u/Saddestlittlebaby28 Oct 02 '22

Heck yeah. #reasonstolive

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u/RGKTIME Oct 02 '22

That’s nice ... still hope

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u/HaloGuy381 Oct 02 '22

Number of times I went out for a last meal (well, kinda; it was how I could persuade my suicidal brain to stop for a bit long enough to break the impulse) sitting in the corner on campus or some fast food joint in college… nobody ever noticed. Idk if I just wasn’t -that- bad, or if maybe I’m too accustomed to masking my feelings for my own safety, but still…

I’m happy for the gentleman here tho.

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u/Latte_is_not_coffe Oct 02 '22

Sounds like me solo nights, expect the part about people giving a shit.

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u/boboschick99 Oct 02 '22

I like this

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u/staplegoose Oct 02 '22

There are some good people in the world.

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u/Iamzero0000 Oct 02 '22

Wow that hit harder than I expected, glad someone was there

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u/Demoerngone Oct 02 '22

There is hope for humanity after all

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u/Sad_Fan_4243 Oct 02 '22

You are important and you are cared for ☺️💕

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u/FlounderOdd7234 Oct 02 '22

T rt.M

👍😄 Mm

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u/Emergency-Tomato4462 Oct 02 '22

It warms my heart to know there are people out there who are like this

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u/methyltheobromine_ Oct 02 '22

I feel that most people care about each other, but rarely help very much because they simply can't afford to, they have too many problems of their own. But isn't it the feeling which counts?

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u/Bald_Rhetoric0630 Oct 02 '22

This made me genuinely feel good about the general population, which typically, is rather difficult. There are just so many people that won't extend a hand, or even a kind/helpful word anymore, and I surely do not understand why. If only people understood the fine line a lot of others are on, between being okay/making it through the day, or full blown breakdown, they would stop and lend a hand, ear, or shoulder. Absolutely love this, made me just... Feel good, ya know? Warms me up, knowing this guy is feeling better because of someone else, or several others in this case. Love it, guys!

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u/ponderoustree Oct 02 '22

Sweet, nice to hear it 💛

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u/L3L_Sheesh Oct 03 '22

This made me happy

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u/Levi_Zoldyk Oct 03 '22

Here I am thinking going out alone I’d be looked at as a weirdo or something. That’s awesome tho , God bless

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u/Fuzakenaideyo Oct 03 '22

Wow, dude had a real life smile bomb moment "Then suddenly, my power and confidence start swelling up Magically erupt And it's all because of the kindness that I feel From people I don't even know"

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u/[deleted] Oct 03 '22

This made me cry... Too beautiful.

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u/One-Estimate-7163 Oct 03 '22

This is the way.

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u/soursuka Oct 03 '22

this brought actual tears god damn

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u/Unlucky-Grab-8908 Oct 03 '22

I'm glad you had this experience. It amazes me that many times it's people we have never met before who can offer us the most hope. And that doesn't mean the people that are closest to us don't care, just that sometimes it takes a stranger to help us see that we can be loved. Sincere Kindness of a stranger is a very powerful thing.

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u/Reminderswithlove Oct 03 '22

Stories like these, keep me going with a belief that there is a kind world there too! :’) ☀️

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u/Forwhatitsworth-hmm Oct 03 '22

OK people in the next seven days we should all Carry this forward and reach out to people around us, especially strangers, and share some sort of kindness!

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u/WeeklyMeat9 Oct 04 '22

You can affect change by modelling it.

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u/poconos34 Oct 02 '22

Being a man nowadays is tough, being a woman nowadays is easy. Generally speaking. Lots of things are demanded from a man for him to feel accepted/respected. If a girl is even moderately attractive she'll have 100 guys in her dms everyday or in person bending over backwards for her.

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u/otirk Oct 02 '22

A quote I once read: "A man dies of thirst in the desert. A woman dies of thirst in the ocean.". Only few people have an easy life.

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u/Zestyclosetz Oct 02 '22

There is not point arguing with someone like you, but I always find the "100 guys in her dms" thing funny. It's like being jealous that someone gets more spam calls then you cause at least someone is calling them. First of all, it's not true that all women are flooded in DMs. And for those that are sent unsolicited messages it's usually "send nudes" or "show me your tits" pretty much digital cat calls. And if you don't respond or say no it's "fuck you, slut" or even threats of death or rape.

I do think women enjoy some privileges in society, men enjoy others, and in general life is hard for everybody. I know you think women just go about their lives batting their eyelashes and getting everything they want but I promise you it's not true.

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u/popevel Oct 02 '22

The 100 guys in her DMs are unwanted dick pics and some insults maybe. You guys are romanticising being a woman. Yes, I might get free drinks in a club if I wanted to but being groped is much more frequent than all the nice free drinks you people keep talking about. And the drinks are not actually free if the guy expects something in return.

Literally all messages I get from guys I don't know on social media are creepy.

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u/Pure_Perception6059 Oct 03 '22

I would say both sides have it hard in different areas that’s a better way to look at it like women are more likely to be sexually harassed while men are more likely to be lonely and not receive attention/affection from others

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u/MoniqueDePrussia Oct 02 '22

Cry more incel

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u/IceCorrect Oct 02 '22

You insulting him prove his point

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u/MoniqueDePrussia Oct 02 '22

Cherish the brain cells you have left

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u/IceCorrect Oct 02 '22

But its fine, keep talking how women view men, so they will realize about women are beautiful effect and will start to act acordingly

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u/poconos34 Oct 02 '22

You must be one of the moderately attractive ones that cant get married chasing the guys that dont want to settle with you

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u/nocommentjustlooking Oct 02 '22

I am a man, who is happily married for over 10 years and can tell you have incel tendencies. Your hostility is obvious, especially in that particular comment.

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u/poconos34 Oct 02 '22

I'm happy for you, really. A lot has changed though between men and women in the past 10 years with smart phones and social media being a bigger more prevalent thing. Stating general facts doesnt make me hostile, just like yelling about a house on fire doesn't make me an alarmist or negative nancy. And yea I can be hostile being called a name how about the person doing the name calling to begin with when stated facts bother them so they go ahead attacking people? Lol

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u/nocommentjustlooking Oct 02 '22

When I get some time to digest that word salad, I will respond. Until then, a coherent, logical statement would go a long way.

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u/MoniqueDePrussia Oct 02 '22

There's a reason you're alone: it's you. You're likely unattractive, sure, but you've got a shit personality that you make no effort to change. You're never going to get what you want without making an effort to get better. That's why your life is like this. Pathetic.

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u/poconos34 Oct 02 '22

Wrong about all you suppose about me, you don't sound great yourself. Saying it's tough being a man makes me an incel, ok.

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u/MoniqueDePrussia Oct 02 '22

Always the victim huh

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u/poconos34 Oct 02 '22

You just made me laugh, i love you

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u/MoniqueDePrussia Oct 02 '22

Saying "I love you" to people who don't feel the same way about you sounds like a common theme for you. Sorry hunny

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u/poconos34 Oct 02 '22

I know I'm so sad for that

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u/DumbFish94 Oct 02 '22

*honey.

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u/MoniqueDePrussia Oct 02 '22

WOW YOU GOT ME HUNNY!!!

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u/popevel Oct 02 '22

No, the way you're insulting a woman who disagrees with you makes you an incel. And how your imagination can only tell you 2 things: either she's attractive and drowns in DMs or she's ugly and noone wants her.

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u/IronSelect8277 Oct 02 '22

There is a possibility he is a serial killer

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u/NoFuture355 Oct 02 '22

For more most part I thought this ought to be a Girl. Cause people don't give a FK about Men.

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u/cookiemonster247 Oct 02 '22

Was his name Saul Goodman?