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30-09-2012, 02:35 AM
psychological issue with death
I'm 21 years old and I'm smoking cigarettes and pot every day. I also stay up way too late and procrastinate on schoolwork. I guess these habits stem from a fear of death or unconsciousness and a realization that I must seize the day and live as happily and fun as possible. There are of course other issues at play of course such as not wanting to go through nicotine withdrawal and my antipsychotic meds make me feel inhibited i guess the word is, so I smoke pot. I realize that this is not the safest way to live but I just can't get to a point where i feel a need to change, however I'm always feeling a need to have a good time and enjoy life. Has Anyone else gone or going through this?
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30-09-2012, 09:46 AM
RE: psychological issue with death
Sounds like a very mild version of what I was up to at 21.

What's wrong with enjoying life?

Has nothing to do with death. I'm not at all scared of death, but I do make sure I enjoy life to the fullest.

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30-09-2012, 01:28 PM
RE: psychological issue with death
Society seeks to impose ethical standards on its individuals for its own prosperity. These standards seep into the unconscious and produce sensations of guilt. There is no "right way" that works for all individuals, but most will act as if there was by pointing out all these "wrong ways."

Guilt-free self destruction is measured in the responsibility burdened upon the self by others and the acceptance of that responsibility.

Which is to say, don't break nothing that ain't yours. Thumbsup

Other than that, puff puff pass. Smokin

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30-09-2012, 02:02 PM
RE: psychological issue with death
Here is some music.





You were gone when we found you
You were practically surrounded, you
were trapped
But the opposition stalled, their blood
ran cold
When they saw the look of love in your
eyes
Maybe the times we had, they weren't
that bad
And everything else was part of the plan
We sang: "I don't know where we go
from here"
This is the alpha, omega, beginning and
the end
And we all just idolize the dead
So you were born, and that was a good
day
Someday you'll die, and that is a shame
But somewhere in the between was a life
of which we all dream
And nothing and no one will ever take
that away
You had a love and that love had you
And nothing mattered, you were fine
And some will complain, they're just
bitter, what a shame
They know that loving and losing is
better than nothing at all
Maybe the times we had, they weren't
that bad
And everything else was part of our path
We sang: "I don't know where we go
from here"
This is the anthem, the slogan, the
summary of events
And we all just idealize the past
And someday soon my friends, this ride will come to an end
But we can't just get in line again

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01-10-2012, 07:16 PM
RE: psychological issue with death
Yeah I guess weed and cigarettes aren't really that self destructive. I'm still young and enjoying the crap out of life and I have a job and making A's and B's in college while taking 14 hours while schizophrenic so its not exactly causing any problems. I'm actually doing alot better than 90% of schizo's and people taking college and working. Sometimes I think I'm being self destructive but now I don't really think so... What would you guys tell someone smoking meth or shooting heroine to enjoy life and it was causing issues with their lives?
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01-10-2012, 07:40 PM
RE: psychological issue with death
I think that if you have 'vices' but can support yourself and live a happy life then you're doing okay but if those vices stop you from either of those two things then it's time for a change Yes

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