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Things that push people towards suicide are not funny.

Being a single guy is not easy. They can get peer pressured (basically bullied) by other guys to think they are supposed to act certain ways towards women. Especially attractive women. And if a guy gets rejected, there might be no sympathy for them from anyone. So that instance might pass, guy maybe tried to get a hobby or something that his peers may call him names about then try to bully him to pursue another woman. Gets rejected again, tries hobby, gets bullied, gets rejected.

I’m telling this story because it has happened to me for many years. There were other factors involved that I didn’t even have much control over because once the anxiety and depression set in, anxiety was my only form of motivation.

This pattern of being bullied to pursue women, to getting rejected, to trying to do something else, only to be bullied again led me to feeling suicidal from time to time. So in a way I’m asking people to maybe think about that before they treat someone in a way that might be perpetuating that pattern in a person’s life.

Emotions are difficult for some people to process. I’ve never had so many waves of lust towards a woman, which led to impatience and anger, then rejection... followed by suicidal feelings which finally turned into sadness and simply having crying episodes, in the past several months.

Guys have problems too ladies. You aren’t the only victim these days. Maybe consider that from time to time.
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MotherHubbard · 56-60, F Best Comment
Institutionalized precarity is a crime against humanity.
It's capitalism.
Deepseeker · 36-40, M
[@1201621,MotherHubbard] Nailed it.

Bubbles · 31-35, F
I'm sorry you feel that way, but your last sentence seems to be directed at women, when your entire story is saying it is other guys bullying you because women reject you. I am bit confused there, but still sorry that you are struggling with this. Best of luck.
Budwick · 70-79, M
[quote]bullied to pursue women[/quote]

I don't get that part.
The inclination for a normal mans desire for women is hard wired in.
It's like, instinctive.
Deepseeker · 36-40, M
[@841775,Budwick] I’m laughing at you now. You’re only angry with yourself. Don’t try project your emotional issues on me.
Budwick · 70-79, M
[@1175373,Deepseeker] [quote] You’re only angry with yourself. [/quote]

And yet, you are the one dismissing me and your peers.

Remember Deep - Be honest, first with yourself.

Budwick, OUT!
Deepseeker · 36-40, M
[@841775,Budwick] Butt wick maybe
SunnyTheSkeptic · 22-25, M
Well said, except the part where we're bullied into going for women, I don't think we are, we just want to but often fear of rejection, low self-esteem, depression and anxiety stop you from going for the things you want, the things that are good for you.
GhostPoncho · 51-55, M
What kind of fucked up friends do u seem to have?
Deepseeker · 36-40, M
[@903658,BelovedTed] good question
Carazaa · F
Sorry that you have been rejected! If you want to be married one day it will happen. God has a plan for you and you just haven't met the right girl yet, don't give up, good for you that you have hobbiesand don't worry about what others think! 🙂
It is very brave how men have to put themselves out and feel rejection the way they do. Sometimes we forget how hard it is.
I'm sorry you've experienced this terribly.
Though, I don't understand why anyone would bully you into it. That seems to be another injustice because people should not be bullied into something.
summersong · F
Get better friends and stop blaming women for getting upset when they’re attacked by men for rejecting them. We have every right to say no to whoever we want.
Deepseeker · 36-40, M
[@334441,summersong] We have every right to be respected for having natural human responses. That doesn’t give you or anyone else the right to mock and harass someone after they had a shitty experience with you. Leave it alone and let it heal.

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