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lock broken in recliner?

lock broken in recliner?

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This is actually a very sensitive question to me. My sister faced many things like schizophrenia, anxiety, ADD, and dyslexia. I was the only one that knew about her schizophrenia and anxiety. I want to tell you this so that you don't do the same thing as her. When ever my sister had an emotion like sadness or depression she stuffed it inside and pretended like everything was fine. She wasn't even living she was just there. She had a huge group of friend but they were just her shield so that no one would notice. Eventually all of the emotion that was trapped inside her finally exploded and she started deception, talking to the voices sharpening knives, attempting suicide. I saved her through all of it but she will never be the same. You need to talk to someone don't lock it inside. STOP BEING ANXIOUS just relaxed you have your whole life ahead of you Drink tea, take a bath, go out with some friends,
Put the alarm clock on the other side of the room so that you would actually have to get up out of bed in order to turn it off. If this doesn't help, then put a second alarm clock in the room set to go off 5 minutes after the first one.

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