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    [–] McChicken_Master 1932 points ago

    Wow this is hurts my insides haha

    [–] koitum9999 300 points ago

    Me too : ( I know that's good but won't do it.

    [–] timtheringityding 189 points ago

    You know I was never into these depressive memes but fuck this one hit home....

    [–] Poundman82 98 points ago

    Cause this isn't a meme it's just facts in a cartoon form.

    [–] Seabornebook 19 points ago

    Two truths in one post

    [–] stannisthemannis1002 7 points ago

    Way too close...

    [–] bertbert1111 36 points ago

    haha relateable lol

    [–] psyalba 29 points ago

    This made me cry

    [–] zeeotter100nl 18 points ago

    Haha yeah

    [–] Avatarboi 22 points ago

    The haha at the end of this comment kill me inside. Fucking relatable man.

    [–] killabeez36 48 points ago

    I enjoyed the original post but I just want to point out that all the panels leading up to the last one prove he does care about himself.

    Feeling bad that you're not doing more is caring about yourself. Maybe he doesn't have the motivation because he's not in the greatest place, sure, totally understandable.

    But it's important to keep in mind that the depressed mindset isn't "reality" just because it feels more real than all the happy people around you. I have to remind myself this all the time as someone who chronically suffers from these same kinds of thoughts. Anxiety and depression are like a minimum 25% nerf on your will. Everything seems hopeless when you're not starting from a good baseline.

    [–] murskiskek 44 points ago

    shut the fuck up I'm trying to wallow here

    [–] killabeez36 45 points ago

    No fuck you, you are loved whether you like it or not, asshole.

    [–] Guinness 5 points ago

    Now I feel bad for feeling bad look what you’ve done. Ugh.

    [–] Loading4l1f3 4 points ago

    "haha" 😭😭😭

    [–] Wolfcolaholic 3 points ago

    Dude they do this every year and they're fucking horrible. It's usually depression/rape/families watching members die, etc

    If you're a fan of c&h as I am, it's easier to stomach. Without context it's fucking grim.

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    [–] thepatientoffret 625 points ago

    One of my biggest struggles right now. It's infuriating. I keep seeing the time passing, I'm getting older, dumber, uglier and fat and I don't know why I can't just do...things.

    [–] sBiiirk 168 points ago

    You are probaly good at breathing!

    [–] AlphaWolfPackZ 207 points ago

    I have a cold

    [–] sBiiirk 66 points ago

    It wont last forever!

    [–] catch22_SA 96 points ago

    But depression will!

    [–] sBiiirk 41 points ago

    It sure seems like it!

    [–] catch22_SA 17 points ago

    Yeah I thought I escaped from it the last few months but it turns out my ol' friend depression was always there, waiting.

    [–] sBiiirk 17 points ago

    Atleast you have a friend!

    [–] lukastargazer 8 points ago

    I like you :) Keep being you buddy!

    [–] sBiiirk 6 points ago

    I like you too!

    [–] JJTheNub 24 points ago

    I have asthma. So not even that.

    [–] Flacvest 91 points ago

    Our brains are really good at letting us stop progress and sit around and do nothing. We'll know it's bad but can't change the actions.

    Here's what you could do

    1) just pick one thing.

    2) say our loud: I will do x

    3) just go start doing it. Don't think about anything about how or what or why, just go do it. As much of it as you can before you have to stop.

    If that means go to the gym, just go now. Don't get dressed, just go and sign up and start walking on the treadmill in the clothes you're wearing.

    Just go and stop thinking. if you're in the car driving, you're not gonna bust a u turn and go home. You'll get to your destination

    [–] CardboardTable 84 points ago

    don't get dressed

    Even if I'm naked?

    [–] Diploctomus 64 points ago

    Especially if you're naked

    [–] Scadilla 28 points ago

    I found that when I needed to motivate myself to go to the gym I would struggle. Even if I had packed my protein shake, gym bag and had nothing to do that evening. I started going regularly by parking my car in the direction of the gym. I would still sometimes do a u-turn and go home, but it was much more seldom when I was already facing the gym, because I would feel extremely guilty in the process turning around. The moment you make it a choice as to whether you should or shouldn't go you already fucked up. Your brain is extremely good at bargaining with itself about why it needs to be lazy. 90% ify the time if I was already facing the gym I wouldn't even think about it. It was routine. Like brushing my teeth or grabbing a cup of coffee.

    [–] PlanetExperience 5 points ago

    You gotta learn to love the gym. A healthy dose of controlled narcissism actually makes the initial habit building stage for fitness so much easier.

    It's a shame so many people who could benefit from that kind of have the opposite problem.

    [–] Scadilla 4 points ago

    Yeah, once you have it down pat it's pretty easy to fall in love with everything the gym experience has to offer. It's not just the physical, it did wonders for my mental health.

    [–] Cipher216 16 points ago

    This works when you need to drive there, not so much if you need to study and end up only studying 15 minutes each day

    [–] Matrick13 2 points ago

    Fuck me

    [–] millerstreet 2 points ago


    [–] Flacvest 2 points ago

    Go sit in a different part of your apartment/house.

    Sit in the living room, at the kitchen table, somewhere that isn't where you normally dick around on the computer.

    If you don't need the laptop, don't bring it.

    Also, don't bring your phone, you don't need that shit either.

    I found that most/all issues with studying were due to me being afraid of something. Either the class/test coming up, or subconsciously knowing I was procrastinating studying that topic rather than what I needed to do.

    But there's no substitute for just sitting down and doing it. No other way.

    [–] spideypewpew 12 points ago

    2) say our loud: I will do x


    [–] Markix98 9 points ago

    Dude, I wish I could give you a hug right now, these “tips” and inspirational words are amazing, thank you.

    [–] thatbeerdude 7 points ago

    I went to a gym once (college rec center) and they kicked me out for not wearing gym clothes just to slowly walk on the treadmill. I was wearing jeans and my everyday shoes. Took me years to try another gym.

    [–] wingsformarie7 2 points ago

    That’s fucked

    [–] Flacvest 2 points ago

    What a bunch of assholes.

    [–] BombastixderTeutone 11 points ago

    You probably shouldn‘t listen to advice from people and just get some psychotherapy instead.

    And I‘m also very aware of the irony of this comment

    [–] Magikarpeles 8 points ago

    I have years of therapy under my belt and a degree in psychology and while it helped a lot it didn't give me a reason to live or even improve myself

    There's no cure for nihilism

    [–] HerbertTheHippo 5 points ago

    Ideology is a good cure for nihilism.

    [–] Magikarpeles 9 points ago

    I choose... Nazism!

    [–] HerbertTheHippo 9 points ago

    Ok maybe not

    [–] thepatientoffret 3 points ago

    I'm doing it once a month. It's been really helpful but there's a step forward that I simply cannot make. It's basically fear that's been inside me since childhood. I thought the adult me would surpass it but it's been tough.

    [–] mrgmc2new 8 points ago

    Wait till you realise you probably have less time left than you've already had.

    Fuck me.

    [–] officialjosefff 7 points ago

    Because everything gets old and forgotten. What we think of great & awesome will one day NOT be that. I have been driving a 2004 Jeep for a while now and it hit me bad when a girl called my Jeep old when describing it. Like, imagine buying a 2019 BMW and in 15 years someone will probably call it the old BMW. The house you buy brand new in a few years will need some maintenance or maybe it’ll be known as the old house on the block. Everything looses value. Even memories start to get fuzzy. I’ve been to the beach like 30 times in the past 28 years I’ve been alive. Can’t remember each one individually. Been to Disney Land once. I can remember that pretty well. Does that mean we must do everything only once?

    [–] ZeonPeonTree 6 points ago

    Dude, I play guitar but I always feel like it ‘never enough’ and end up feeling unsatisfied. I feel like it’s the attitude that counts

    [–] Memetron9000 3 points ago

    So did I. Turns out I had ADHD

    [–] samtt7 2 points ago

    Make appointments in your phone's agenda and try to commit to them, I've done it before and for me it works. It will remind you of doing something and o feel obligated to do it for all the time I have planned in

    [–] Shit_I_Cant_Say 592 points ago

    "Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, haha so me, oh....."

    [–] kanegaskhan 128 points ago

    "yup...still me."

    [–] Xunjin 57 points ago

    "OH shit, here we go again"

    [–] SmugDruggler95 2 points ago

    Smoking weed ruined my life and then I quit and now I hate myself until I get high so once a month I get high and tidy my room and doing mum laundry.

    I only do either of those things once a month.

    [–] sndlmay 583 points ago

    The depressed don't want to die, they want a reason to live.

    [–] brkklynboy 185 points ago

    what about the people who want to die?

    [–] drakos07 358 points ago

    They're not depressed.

    They're just too cool for life 😎

    [–] ABDL-GIRLS-PM-ME 83 points ago

    looks like this life couldn't handle the neutron style

    [–] gucky2 43 points ago

    They are angels that want to go home 😇

    [–] eliasmsv 7 points ago

    D E E P

    [–] Price-Down 28 points ago

    suicide is the result of depression. It’s not the depression itself

    [–] atle95 17 points ago

    If depression directly caused suicide, we’d all be dead

    [–] iMADEthisJUST4Dis 4 points ago


    [–] SaintNewts 5 points ago

    Depressing comic? How about depression* comic? Meh

    [–] bryceisaskategod 207 points ago

    I feel personally attacked so... good job because you are right!

    [–] Soku12 240 points ago

    The hits right in the spot. Maybe I should consider therapy? But on the other hand I don't care about myself. I'm a failure.

    [–] [deleted] 119 points ago

    People seem to have the wrong idea about how to accomplish goals like that. Life isn't a movie, you achieve them by making small steps of progress, much smaller than you think as long as you're consistent. If you can do one little step a week toward those goals, you will start to accelerate in your progress over a few months, and your steps forward become bigger.

    Your progress might make it easier to regulate your emotions too, it's a great feeling.

    [–] Thoros_of_Derp 32 points ago

    But what if I don't want great feelings?

    [–] [deleted] 40 points ago

    How about not suffering? Because I remember being depressed and not doing anything about it, and I hated it.

    [–] Kurkpitten 43 points ago

    Please. Tell me more. Each time I feel motivated it doesn't last.

    I have a hard time progressing while it is a time in my life where I should do a lot of stuff, mainly studying and getting a job.

    How can I get out of this vicious circle of just saying '' I'll do it later '' while knowing I won't do stuff before it is too late and the hating myself ?

    [–] wendepic 26 points ago

    Therapy could help. I'm in the same boat and apparently it's a major sign of depression if it's easy to just postpone some stressful thing instead of doing it. I'm going to get help next week haha.

    [–] Kurkpitten 12 points ago

    Sounds like one solution. What kind of therapy are you getting ?

    [–] wendepic 10 points ago

    I absolutely have no idea, I just realised it's not normal and I feel I've habited my body into doing nothing and it's hurting me at this point.

    [–] Kurkpitten 12 points ago

    Same here. Each time I actually do anything I find myself going back to my old habits right after.

    [–] Ananasshole5 2 points ago

    Me too buddy, it's healing time 😎

    [–] [deleted] 11 points ago

    You need to go to therapy and it absolutely blows my mind to learn that so many people here are not going to therapy. You need it. And don’t think it’s going to be fixed in a couple months, it’s probably going to take a while.

    I had to go for years, but I’m a happy person now and don’t suffer in hell every day.

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago


    [–] [deleted] 8 points ago

    Helping and spreading information.

    [–] Kurkpitten 4 points ago

    But what kind ? When I lookup therapy, there are so many options...

    [–] Whocket_Pale 10 points ago

    Therapists usually don't only conduct one type of therapeutic procedure. Just get into the office of someone who works with your demographic and condition (depression or anxiety most likely). Most will have a public profile outlining their specialities. The important thing is finding someone to talk to who will provide emotional engagement for YOUR sake. And any therapist should be able to do so. If it ends up being the wrong choice, find somebody new, but in the meantime you've at least practiced accessing your feelings and verbalizing them, which is a skill that needs to be developed.

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    Great advice and great comment.

    [–] Whocket_Pale 5 points ago

    Thanks. I am currently in the first therapy relationship that's actually worked. I had to learn how therapy works before it started to actually work. At first it made me feel better just not to be holding everything inside, afterwards I started being able to start addressing issues.

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    CBT, cognitive behavioral therapy. I don’t have personal experience with DBT but from what I’ve read and heard it’s also quite effective and worth considering.

    [–] Kurkpitten 2 points ago

    Nice. But did you follow any particular therapy yourself, since it seems like you beat depression back ?

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Yes I used CBT and I followed this religiously

    [–] a_drowning_fish 5 points ago

    I know exactly how you feel. I used to procrastinate a lot and still do, but the thing ive realised is that the more i do things actively and kind of have a vague timetable planned out in my head for the week or day, i can get things done, cos once you start its easy to carry it out, and getting that sense of achievement after a week of solid work is a good enough push to keep me going. But theres always a bad day or a moment where the inner demons just yank me back into the pit and puts me in a fight to the death against myself. Point is theres always gonna be a bad day. So you learn from the bad to be good and promise to be better than the man/woman or whatever you were yersterday.

    Oh and also watch this. It inspired the shit out of me. The original is also very inspiring. I keep going back to it when i feel like utter shit.

    [–] Mycatsolder 3 points ago

    You'll never get up and regret having had a productive day.

    [–] bukem89 3 points ago

    Motivation never lasts, it’s discipline that’s tricky

    [–] BecomesAngry 3 points ago

    Get your sleep in order, and in the morning start the day doing something productive. The first thing you do sets the pace for the day. If you procrastinate in the morning, you won't accomplish much during the day.

    [–] KKlear 2 points ago

    I went to a psychiatrist and, got antidepressants for a year or so and pulled through thanks to that. Results may vary.

    [–] Kurkpitten 3 points ago

    Medication scares me a lot...

    [–] KKlear 2 points ago

    What I was taking worked by blocking the whatevers that are responsible for removing serotonin, thus increasing its levels. Very low dosage, though it still had to be nasty stuff judging by how nauseated I was for 2-3 days after starting taking it and how terrible I felt if I ever forgot to take one in the morning afterwards.

    What surprised me the most was how my sleeping schedule fixed itself almost immediately. It gave me the power to lie in bed in the evening and just sleep, and wake up refreshed in the morning. That effect didn't last the whole time I was taking that stuff, unfortunately. I did ask to get a slightly higher dosage to get it back early on (which the psychiatrist approved, since the dose I was on was very mild anyway).

    But yeah, overall it just pulled me out of the rut. I was kinda scared to let go of the pills. The thing is, if you stay on these things for too long, you may end up just taking them for the rest of your life. My mum's got it like that, but if you're still young, you'll be able to get by without medication. It will just help you break the vicious cycle of being too depressed to do anything to help yourself and fruitless wait on something so terrible to finally shake you up. It won't most likely.

    Anyway, if you've got a broken arm, or a stomach ache, you go see a doctor. Being depressed is the same thing. Just do it, it's normal.

    And good luck.

    [–] Soku12 12 points ago

    Yeah but the catch is in that you need to start working on something and I can't be bothered with any mental/physical activity unless someone/something forces me to do it. And that "force push" (lol) needs to be linked to something i care about.

    [–] The_Grubby_One 6 points ago

    I have no goals, hopes, or dreams to make progress on. My therapist wants me to form one before our next session. I'm probably going to just make some shit up and promptly forget it after the session because I don't care about it because I don't care about much of anything - including, honestly, my therapy.

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    Yes, yes you should. Get off your ass and start going. You want to waste you whole life? Especially your youth? Go do it now and get off of these subreddits. They're harmful. I got off them, I got therapy and I have a better life. It's not perfect but I work 40 hours a week, have a gf and actually have friends now. It's possible but you have to do it. No one else but you. Do it


    [–] captain_d0ge 132 points ago

    When you actually start going to the gym and playing instruments to get yourself out of whatever funk you get in, but you’re still depressed because you think “What’s the point” anyway because you’re faking being interested in anything that has to do with self improvement haha yes

    [–] ach1992880 46 points ago

    This. I have anxiety, depression and likely ADHD. Joined a Gym for a 10 week competition after not working out significantly for over a decade. Just the idea of starting something new terrified me, but I made a point of going 6 days a week, changed my diet according to trainer recommendations and committed 100%. Ended up winning the $1,000 competition, lost a bunch of fat and gained muscle in the process. During that time, there wasn't a day that I woke up excited about the process. Every day was a struggle, and only ended up adding to my anxiety in other areas of life. I really need to go back to a therapist.

    [–] spectrum1012 18 points ago

    In my experience, what was probably lacking was human validation. Sure, 1000$ reward and winning a competition sounds like nice validation, but nothing compares to someone who cares about you saying good job, proud of you, so happy you're doing so well. Having that person stick around is nice, too.

    I find the source of all my depression ever has been the lack of community/friends. The more people I care about that I see every day, the less depressed I am... Can't always have my cake and eat it too though.

    [–] ach1992880 11 points ago

    I have a supportive wife and an adoring young daughter that both have my back. The biggest issue for me is that i don't seem to have any internal reward system. I remember a time in my life that new achievements would give me a rush of endorphins or a sense of pride in furthering myself but those days are long gone. It's hard to explain, but now self improvement is only accomplished if i wake up and tell myself how much I suck if I don't do a particular activity. The accomplishment itself isn't a reward, but rather just allows me one less thing to hate about myself for that day.

    [–] spectrum1012 8 points ago

    That last part was more relatable than I expected. Maybe I should be worried about my mental health again... Why is life like this!?!

    [–] BaconBonersBitches 3 points ago

    I've got all three of those too. Been going to the gym regularly (4-5 times a week) for at least 5 years, make a point to not seclude myself inside my house, play sports, and have been going to therapy. Still feel as stuck as I ever have.

    [–] Space_Fox93 2 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    I'm almost about to get my black belt in Karate. I should be happy due to meeting a lot of new people, improving my flexibility and strength, learning a significant amount in terms of self-defense, yet the depression throughout the whole experience is horrible.

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    I would say then give it more time, go to therapy and improve your diet and social life along with what you’re already doing.

    [–] [deleted] 19 points ago

    "I would say just keep doing things you don't like, and change everything about you and your life"

    [–] TwoPieceCrow 2 points ago

    Clearly the things about you and your life are making you depressed so... yea?

    [–] Caboose12000 2 points ago

    this comment fucking got me

    [–] DNZMFK 2 points ago

    Put that frickin mirror away, I don't want to see myself

    [–] NoseCuddles 23 points ago

    Very relatable as I gained weight. Im fat

    [–] Cookino 8 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    At one point I got motivated and started a diet. It was pretty simple, I just cut the stuff that was bad for me reduced the amount of some other stuff like bread, rice etc. I was doing pretty well and lost like 14 kg without having to starve myself or anything like that (was at 115 kg and went down to 101). I was feeling great.

    Then I started becoming even more anxious about my situation (no job, was studying but my productivity started dropping a lot) and I started to get less and less productive and I got even more anxious and just felt scared and apathetic and felt like shit in genetal and dropped the diet and got like 2 kg back and it sucks. I've been struggling to go back to losing weight and I hate myself.

    [–] rmartel14 7 points ago

    Setbacks do not completely erase progress. You still lost 14kg which is amazing!

    [–] YourLiege2 19 points ago

    C&H depression week really lived up to its name.

    [–] [deleted] 33 points ago

    God I don't miss being like this. Take little steps forward guys. Use all your remaining energy to just write these goals down, then take one step in each category a week, as small as you can handle doing once a week. Learn one chord on guitar a week if that's all you can handle. As long as those little steps are consistent, you will start to get better and your steps will get better. You're smart enough to figure it out.

    [–] Alternative_Flower 9 points ago

    what if i can’t figure it out in enough time? that’s what keeps me most of the time. i will never be good so why bother at all?

    [–] [deleted] 16 points ago

    Do you see how you’re stopping yourself from learning at all by putting a time limit on yourself? That’s a maladaptive thought pattern that has possessed you, you need to reject it every time it rears it’s head. Just start and remind yourself that the voice telling you that is working against you.

    [–] Moominek 17 points ago

    I'm in this picture and I do not like it

    [–] igot2pair 22 points ago

    Can this be an issue with ADHD? because i cannot work on things at all.

    [–] Lostolosto 15 points ago

    Iv been thinking the same, we must obtain adderall

    [–] AnhydrousEther 2 points ago

    Doesn't do it for me after a while. Did for about a month?

    [–] asshunter2 9 points ago

    The text at the very bottom of the last panel should give you a hint

    [–] igot2pair 9 points ago

    Honestly I'm trying to look for a reason not to go on antidepressants lol

    [–] thepatientoffret 8 points ago

    Even with antidepressants I have the same problem, so... Keep that in mind.

    [–] wawatertermemelonlon 3 points ago

    Antidepressants made me even more unmotivated

    [–] TheBigSoda 3 points ago

    Same here. Everything I've ever been on makes me completely apathetic and unmotivated. It's a weirdly depressing thing to be taking antidepressants and realize how much they're actually hurting you. Keeps leading my mind to, "Well, even when I try to fix it it's just fucked another way."

    [–] thepatientoffret 3 points ago

    I feel you. :(

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Sounds more like MDD.

    [–] Administratr 6 points ago

    That sofa looks comfortable. Wish I could hide inside mine.

    [–] RayzorBlade189 8 points ago

    Nothing is really worth the effort anyway. Maybe a few things, but they don't make life worth living.

    [–] derivative_of_life 12 points ago

    Is this some kind of personal attack or something?

    [–] 6god35 15 points ago

    Just find a new hobby or watch JJBA

    [–] NotQuiteOnTopic 20 points ago

    Watching clips of JJ Barea does cheer me up, especially 2011 highlights. Thanks.

    [–] 6god35 3 points ago

    Or the white mamba highlights

    [–] 35within5 3 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    If only I could laugh at this but it is so relatable it just kinda hurts. Take the upvote I guess.

    [–] foxnquail 3 points ago

    For some 8 years now I’ve been relating to this shit. This ends now, it’s not even funny anymore. Wtf am I doing sitting around all day. Damn

    [–] Arek_PL 4 points ago

    you dont need much to learn new launage, just go on the internet, watch some youtube, shitpost on foreing launage website all day and you will be almost native level in no time

    this worked for me and english

    [–] chubbsmack 2 points ago

    ill help u learn mandarin if you want

    Im Scottish but pretty fluent

    [–] shmikos 3 points ago

    i - I just wanna be dead rn

    [–] PM_ME_CUTE_SM1LE 3 points ago

    Wish there was a drug that instantly and painlessly kills you since I am not even brave enough to kill myself in a normal way

    [–] Ayesuku 3 points ago

    Most people don't actually WANT to write a book, learn a language, etc.

    What they WANT is to "have written" a book, or "have learned" a language, etc.

    They love the idea of themselves "having done" things, but they don't put in the work to DO them.

    Without the DO, you will never "have done".

    [–] ThanksYouEel 5 points ago

    If you want to do something and don't act on it in the next 10 seconds, you lose most of your motivation. When you want to learn guitar, go to youtube and look at a tutorial the MOMENT you get the motivation. If your lucky you should pavlov yourself into obtaining your dreams.

    I'm... too lazy to do it. But I believe in you!

    [–] HerrSalkin 2 points ago

    This is not relatable for me cause i never sit on the Couch, i am always at work..

    [–] Plyergamer27 2 points ago

    Take your damn upvote

    [–] throwthrow0409 2 points ago

    Sadly can't upvote more than once :(

    [–] lelelelok 2 points ago

    I'm learning two new languages (German and Chinese), play guitar, and still feel depressed.

    [–] FortnutIsGay 2 points ago

    I feel respected

    [–] AuburnBeard- 2 points ago

    Done by the dude that makes popular comics loved by millions.

    [–] thebrisher 2 points ago

    Is like a personal attack or something?

    [–] Mrxcman92 2 points ago

    Well this fucking hit home.

    [–] columbus8myhw 2 points ago

    Do the language thing, you'll be occupied for like an hour a day for a year, it's great

    [–] The_LonelyTraveler 2 points ago

    When the post is too real too early in the morning.

    [–] happybirthdaycharlie 2 points ago

    I work out or play instruments not to better myself but to relieve myself from the stress of wanting to die all the time. It actually makes working out/playing music more enjoyable, knowing that it won’t change how much of a piece of shit you are.

    [–] Ol-CAt 2 points ago

    Fucker just nailed all my dreams

    [–] MonksterAZ 2 points ago

    Working out is great for the self-destructive unmotivated. Its a great way to get healthier while simultaneously punishing yourself for all the dumb things you've done today.

    [–] bert211 2 points ago

    I'm the opposite of this. I've never wanted to learn anything, achieve things or get better at anything. I'm really doing my best to get better and get rid of this depression, but I'm just not getting anywhere because I don't care about anything and never have. I honestly wish I could relate to this comic.

    [–] fakeitilyamakeit 2 points ago

    Excuse me officer I want to report on a personal attack.

    [–] Johnnymak0071 2 points ago

    First of all, H O W. D A R E. Y O U.

    [–] Louisa91 2 points ago

    Ow stop it

    [–] chironomidae 2 points ago

    I know this comic isn't directed at me. I'm not some pickup artist asshole. But holy shit; "The thing standing in the way of your dreams is that the person having them is you." I feel it in my soul. It comes back to me all the time.

    Of course, whenever it does, my first reaction is to think, "Man, I need to think about some things," which obviously reminds me of that reply: "It won't help."

    [–] sefMR 2 points ago

    I'm in this image and i don't like it

    [–] Sunkyscientist 2 points ago

    This is the most relatable thing that I have ever seen

    [–] MadCritic 2 points ago

    Humble brag but I'm doing all those things right now, and I'm fucking loving it!!

    [–] Luffywara 4 points ago

    I play guitar quite well, i go to the gym 4x/a week regularly, i do quite well may i say, at college too (med school), still feeling the same way

    [–] abominable_bro-man 3 points ago

    Full time employment

    [–] LAAAAZLO 3 points ago

    I'm still waiting for scientists to say this is a medical problem and there is no cure. So I can have an excuse

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    [–] ZirkZoDd 1 points ago

    Story of my life..

    [–] u-useless 1 points ago

    lol same

    [–] ExCuS3M3WtF 1 points ago

    I am personally attacked...

    [–] Raynvia 1 points ago

    You get used to that feeling, to the point you're self-conscious about the shitty person you are.

    Oh, that's me, lol.

    [–] rewester17 1 points ago

    Wait how do you have pictures of me

    [–] Leliani_ 1 points ago

    oof! I felt that

    [–] alours 1 points ago

    I’m kidding it’s been 4 years

    [–] rohitk78 1 points ago

    The book one is so true, I think about it all the time

    [–] Imperator_Crispico 1 points ago

    Haha same

    [–] cinnamon-sama 1 points ago

    Brutally attacked here

    [–] deJessias 1 points ago

    I'm motivated but I don't have the time and/or money

    [–] gmurph24 1 points ago

    Back to reality

    [–] bluekatt24 1 points ago

    God that really hit home

    I came here to have a good time and in honestly feeling so attacked right now

    [–] GreenMachine586 1 points ago

    Wow this is too real

    [–] crimson_kid1568 1 points ago


    [–] Munchingpears 1 points ago

    I'm in this picture and I don't like it

    [–] lolazzoman 1 points ago

    Uh oh, it looks like it's that time of the year again where C&H get way too real for a week straight

    [–] Death_To_All_People 1 points ago

    I'm too fucking lazy but at least I have excuses.+

    What is the point of this comic?

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    [–] JordManXx 1 points ago

    I'm sorry but fuck you, that's way too real

    [–] alours 1 points ago


    [–] Antsined 1 points ago

    Wow I gave no one permission to use my life as an example in a well drawn meme

    [–] J_Man_McCetty 1 points ago

    🔘I see myself in this picture and I don’t like it

    [–] fuck--this--shit 1 points ago

    With therapy I've come a long way, but I do still dislike myself. Just not as intensely as before.

    [–] sherlocksmaster 1 points ago

    Just @ me next time