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    Default My Story, Just need to get this off of my chest

    So I know I will probably never meet any of you, but here is my story / Battle with Depression

    It all started when I was 10 years old and moved from NJ to South East Ohio. Not only dealing with the culture shock, losing most of my friends, and not fitting in, I was bullied at school on a daily basis because I was a "City boy". after about 6 months of dealing with all that I found myself isolating myself from the rest of the world. After living there for 4 years, My family moved yet again to Northern Kentucky, and once again, I lost what little friends I had in Ohio, just to start over again. This also started my isolation again. After High school I found what seemed like the woman of my dreams, who after 4 months of dating, decided she wanted another kid (she got pregnant by someone else at 16) and completely stopped her birth control without telling me. After breaking that off, she proceded to stalk me at home and at my workplace. After about 2 months of this, I decided to move to VA. which was the hardest thing to do in my life, leaving behind someone I still loved to move to the unknown. After being down here for about 2 1/2 months, I had had enough. Haven't had much luck in finding employment, couldn't join the military due to a medical condition, savings account was running dry (over 10K when I left for VA). This was my darkest hour so to speak. I had taken my shotgun (which I no longer own due to obvious reasons) put it up to my chin and pulled the trigger, and by some miracle, it didn't go off. Shortly after that happened, all of my family members who had disowned me due to my ex-girlfriend, had called to see if I was okay. Since then I have broken free of these shackles of depression, found a job, have a great soon-to-be Fiance', and am loving life. Even living paycheck to paycheck doesn't bother me.

    As far as why I am posting this on here is to let others who may be having a rough time, and down on their luck to just hold on. I'm glad that I am alive today, and I try my best to help others.

    God let me live for a reason, and what that is I will never know.


    If anyone needs someone to talk to please PM me, Don't travel the same road I did, It's not pretty, and the only one you'll be hurting is the one's who love/care about you.

    -Jason
    2012 Chevy Captiva Sport LT V6 (The Spanish Prison)

    MODS:

    Cobra 19 Ultra II CB and some generic CB antenna.
    55W 10000K HID High Beams (just to remind the wonderful citizens of Hampton that their High Beams are on)

    Upcoming mods:

    [_] Exhaust [_]Subwoofers [_]More HID's [_]LED's [_]MORE LIGHTS!!! [_]Carr Light Bar w/ 3 or 4 in round off-road lights. [_]Black out Badges [_]Black out exhaust tips [_]Black out imitation skid plates on front and rear [_]Hopefully find a way to keep fogs, low beams, and high beams on at the same time

    Jason

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    Thank you Jason! I don't care if anyone understands but I love you for putting yourself out there like that. I will one day put out my story.
    Tim Walters (Curky)

    Wrangler AT/S 265/70R17 - Trail-FX window vents - Husky fitted splash guards - Silver Star zXe - Leveling kit -

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    My main thing because I am real close. The dude that ****ed up my life is due to a release in the next year and I pray I do not do what I promised myself I will do my whole life...

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    Im speechless, Something to say about putting yourself out there, Powerful

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    RIGHT?.. @MrJ52 that is deep. Very, some people might not get it but it does mean a lot to put it out there like that...

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    @Comaro69car has gained so much respect from me. I just can't go there yet because I might be the bad guy in a year or two.
    Last edited by Pikey; 12-20-2013 at 07:05 PM.

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    Sorry for the late reply, got home from work, cooked me some steak and eggs, and layed down for a bit. Curkey if you ever need anyone to talk to let me know. I know its hard to open up to a complete stranger, but sometimes it helps to just get it off your chest.

    As far as whats happening in the next year, dont land yourself in jail. You seem like a good guy curky, plus you have better things to worry about than some punk. Pm me if you want to talk/text. And that goes for anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curky View Post
    @Comaro69car has gained so much respect from me. I just can't go there yet because I might be the bad guy in a year or two.
    This wasnt even about respect. I just wanted people to realize that people that you would never realize are carrying around so much weight and dont know how to get it off their chest.

    Also just wanted everyone on here to realize I am real, and I am not ashamed of who I am, or what I've done. God has made us all unique and given everyone a different experience.

    Thank you everyone for at least reading what ive had to say, i wish depression didnt exist. But it does, and sometimes just a simple wave or how are you doing can really make someones day.

    Once again thank all of you. It means a lot. I would give up all my money just to know what someones made of.

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    God let me live for a reason, and what that is I will never know.

    Camaro - Just my 2 cents worth on the above from your original post. The reason your Maker let you live is so you can help someone else with this or similar conditions. And you proved it by being brave and caring enough to share your story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldie View Post
    God let me live for a reason, and what that is I will never know. Camaro - Just my 2 cents worth on the above from your original post. The reason your Maker let you live is so you can help someone else with this or similar conditions. And you proved it by being brave and caring enough to share your story.
    exactly. It takes a solid pair a stones to do what you've done. It truly is a monumental accomplishment. Thank you.
    Chuckie!!!


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    Last edited by Curky; 12-21-2013 at 09:46 AM.

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