Anonymous 02/16/16 (Tue) 07:58:35 No. 419
I've considered suicide.
There is no "getting past it" when there simply are no fulfilling alternatives.
Anonymous 03/12/20 (Thu) 00:22:43 No. 6095
>>421 >three years
It's four years later but seriously the point of being a neet is that you simply didn't fit into society. If you stop being a neet you never should have been in the first place. It's called being disabled.
Anonymous 04/26/20 (Sun) 19:57:37 No. 6144
I know what you mean. For a long time I've been in a state where I allowed others to make decisions for me because I wouldn't take action. But this one time things got really bad and I almost lost my life. I'm not gonna go into the details, but basically by putting my trust in others I nearly died in a really stupid way. It wasn't just their fault but mine as well for not being proactive.
Anonymous 05/03/20 (Sun) 06:04:24 No. 6158
>unemployment elitism effin right
Anonymous 12/31/20 (Thu) 01:34:35 No. 6357
That's retarded, being able to fit in society is a matter of your own perspective.
Anonymous 01/15/21 (Fri) 12:31:05 No. 6368
not to say i am a former NEET but i have recovered/relapsed several times, sometimes with years of non-NEETism inbetween the severe relapses (first NEET experience @ 12yo, didn't leave my house more than 6 times that year, and only by force/coercion)
anyway i have never "gotten past" this but finally getting diagnosed with autism and ADHD at the age of 29 sure helped a fucking lot in terms of explaining things (besides the crippling depression, part of which but not all can be attributed to going undiagnosed) Not going to pretend like things get better and stay better consistently - they absolutely don't- but with the right therapist (HAHAHA GOOD LUCK) and the right meds (again GL finding those) things can improve.
Anonymous 01/17/21 (Sun) 06:11:44 No. 6370
I cannot even watch anime naymore I do not even know how I spend my time I just exist and hate existing and rely on drugs if I have any please do not reach this stage it is horrible.
What is the point of improving if there is nothing to improve for??
Anonymous 03/24/21 (Wed) 07:08:00 No. 6466
We all need to do "something" with our lives, but you need to define that yourself or you're going to end up like most people on this board.