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gloomy states

Posted by rjlockhart37 on December 13, 2016, at 20:55:49

took my exam today, got an 82 so im happy about that, but just.....some of the people i noticed walking down the hallways, they look real gloomy, like....not in a bad way, it's just they look they come there, go to class and go...(not everyone, only select)

but it's not even that, i've seen people over selected years, people who look pale, and have gloom in their eyes. Not a sterotype way of viewing them that way, but there's either depression, or just boring things, drinking a room temperature diet coke, and have bland patato chips for a snack. Like me, with depression, but i like to do things, drink high-sugar drinks, always have candy when i need it. Some people i just see, they carry bottle water, or diet coke.....and look gloomy (not depressed, i guess just wake up, work, go home), which at least they are doing productivity in their life, im still trying to find a helpful productivity to a company, or whatever comes

Kinda like "wake up" and have a zest to go parties, and intense environmental stimulation

does anyone notice that gloom state?


Re: gloomy states

Posted by rjlockhart37 on December 14, 2016, at 0:12:16

In reply to gloomy states, posted by rjlockhart37 on December 13, 2016, at 20:55:49

delete delete delete!!! sat down and just wrote my thoughts, and now i read it it's so odd, the only thing i was trying to say there's some people who look like their in a zombie trance state just waking up, work, bed, main thing : get out and have fun with everyday, find something to be obsessed and enjoyable that you look forward too.....don't let the tv be your date at night, write things, and also so people notice to see the creativity, beer and tv is the biggest killer for a productive life.....expand and grow, find new mindstates

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