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Sorry to hear how you are feeling PM. No doubting it's that time of year as well where things can get on top of people. One thing I'd say is that a skinful of beer isn't the answer when feeling low. A couple of pints ok, but by the end if a session that low feeling could be 20 times worse.

As lads say here, chat to people close to you. Had a big personal blow myself recently, and I'm definitely a person who likes to deal with stuff by myself, not much talking to others about it. After chatting to a couple of close friends/family there was definitely a feeling of some weight being lifted though. Even just having people around you, there doesn't necessarily have to be a big long conversation had.

Anyway, back to the main topic. A joke.

What is the first sign of madness? 


Suggs walking up your driveway..... 
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Originally posted by Hans Moleman Hans Moleman wrote:

Sorry to hear how you are feeling PM. No doubting it's that time of year as well where things can get on top of people. One thing I'd say is that a skinful of beer isn't the answer when feeling low. A couple of pints ok, but by the end if a session that low feeling could be 20 times worse.

As lads say here, chat to people close to you. Had a big personal blow myself recently, and I'm definitely a person who likes to deal with stuff by myself, not much talking to others about it. After chatting to a couple of close friends/family there was definitely a feeling of some weight being lifted though. Even just having people around you, there doesn't necessarily have to be a big long conversation had.

Anyway, back to the main topic. A joke.

What is the first sign of madness? 


Suggs walking up your driveway..... 

Id say its handing MON a pay rise and new contract after getting hammered 5-1 at home to a side like Denmark.
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Originally posted by Hans Moleman Hans Moleman wrote:

Sorry to hear how you are feeling PM. No doubting it's that time of year as well where things can get on top of people. One thing I'd say is that a skinful of beer isn't the answer when feeling low. A couple of pints ok, but by the end if a session that low feeling could be 20 times worse.

As lads say here, chat to people close to you. Had a big personal blow myself recently, and I'm definitely a person who likes to deal with stuff by myself, not much talking to others about it. After chatting to a couple of close friends/family there was definitely a feeling of some weight being lifted though. Even just having people around you, there doesn't necessarily have to be a big long conversation had.

Anyway, back to the main topic. A joke.

What is the first sign of madness? 


Suggs walking up your driveway..... 
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You're a top man and a top poster PM. I know I appreciate when you agree with my posts and laugh at my jokes. I definitely rate your replies more than most other posters, anyway. You generally make a great contribution on here.
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Have been through some dark days myself PM and it’s not easy when you are in that head space, not thinking straight more so negatively, as someone else said try lay off the booze it definitely doesn’t help but you know that already. 

Best of luck with it all PM you’ll get through it, always available for a chat by PM if you need to reach out, don’t face the demons alone you deserve better you’re a great poster on here 👍


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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Head has gone. I know I'm a **** on here, but if anybody can help, or make me feel better, I would appreciate it.
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Originally posted by Hans Moleman Hans Moleman wrote:

Sorry to hear how you are feeling PM. No doubting it's that time of year as well where things can get on top of people. One thing I'd say is that a skinful of beer isn't the answer when feeling low. A couple of pints ok, but by the end if a session that low feeling could be 20 times worse.

As lads say here, chat to people close to you. Had a big personal blow myself recently, and I'm definitely a person who likes to deal with stuff by myself, not much talking to others about it. After chatting to a couple of close friends/family there was definitely a feeling of some weight being lifted though. Even just having people around you, there doesn't necessarily have to be a big long conversation had.

Anyway, back to the main topic. A joke.

What is the first sign of madness? 


Suggs walking up your driveway..... 
 
 The first sign of madness is hair on the plam of your hand .
 
 Now the second sign is looking for them .


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Originally posted by Sono Sono wrote:

Have been through some dark days myself PM and it’s not easy when you are in that head space, not thinking straight more so negatively, as someone else said try lay off the booze it definitely doesn’t help but you know that already. 

Best of luck with it all PM you’ll get through it, always available for a chat by PM if you need to reach out, don’t face the demons alone you deserve better you’re a great poster on here 👍
 
 
Well said Sono being able to chat can make a difference I know that from personal experience and pM has been there for me so I'm only a phone call or message away.
 
 
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I hope today is a better day PM, you're a great contributor to the forum and a funny f**ker too Clap
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Keep the chin up Pre Maddser. Theres always a better day not to far ahead mate Thumbs UpThumbs Up
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Punctuating my post above might bring you some form of normality !
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Chin up PM. sent ya a msg there on whatasapp. always good to talk my friend. 

a song i always turn to when the head in down is Damien Dempsey's Chris and Stevie, and as Damo says it's all about talking. love yourself today.

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Originally posted by BabbsBalls BabbsBalls wrote:

Keep the chin up Pre Maddser. Theres always a better day not to far ahead mate Thumbs UpThumbs Up
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I was going through a hard time myself about 5-6 years ago when I was between jobs and low on confidence and morale. If someone had told me at that time that I would be going away on football trips abroad following Ireland and living it up going to a major tournament, I'd have told them to stop talking sh*te.
 
Thankfully, things did improve for me - I got a permanent job in the NI Civil Service and then my family suggested going on those aforementioned away trips when I was telling them about mates who had been doing so.
 
Just goes to show, you never know what's (good) round the corner, even if it seems unlikely that better times are ahead. Thumbs Up
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Sorry to hear you're going through a tough time PM. I would echo the sentiments about better days being ahead. Around this time last year I was in a pretty bad place, as I was out of work because of a broken ankle. I spent my days of recovery trying to find a new job but what I found myself doing instead was sliding into depression. Every applications I made received no reply and when they did, I was rejected. One such rejection left me so despondent I almost didn't travel to Denmark for the playoff last year. I was angry and upset with everything that was going on in my life. I couldn't even go for a walk to take my mind off things!

Fast forward 12 months, I'm not going to Denmark. Ireland are still playing sh*te but I've got a much better job, I've moved back to Galway and I've a one month old daughter to be thinking about. The contrast is unreal in that time and thankfully my wellbeing is too.

Moral of the story, breaking my ankle was the best thing that happened to me LOL although I wouldn't recommend it to anyone!

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