Sites that can help

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Re: Sites that can help

Postby Guest » Sun Oct 08, 2017 8:47 pm

You need a short personal statement, a couple of lines. So I am a highly motivated individual who ....

Then your qualifications

Skills - whatever skills you think you have, and perhaps where you gained these skills. So for customer service skills, you could put about gaining these skills through helping customers at your place of working and providing excellent customer service. Bullet point these skills

IT skills - which IT products you are familiar with, always useful if you go for admin positions. Bulet point again

Hobbies - List them with commas in between

References - 2 of them, or put down references available upon request.
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby Guest » Mon Oct 09, 2017 9:16 am

Guest wrote:You need a short personal statement, a couple of lines. SoI am a highly motivated individual who ....

Then your qualifications

Skills - whatever skills you think you have, and perhaps where you gained these skills. So for customer service skills, you could put about gaining these skills through helping customers at your place of working and providing excellent customer service. Bullet point these skills

IT skills - which IT products you are familiar with, always useful if you go for admin positions. Bulet point again

Hobbies - List them with commas in between

References - 2 of them, or put down references available upon request.



Sam, this is quite useful, HOWEVER, never, ever begin a sentence with SO. Naughty guest! :wag:
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby Guest » Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:32 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:You need a short personal statement, a couple of lines. SoI am a highly motivated individual who ....

Then your qualifications

Skills - whatever skills you think you have, and perhaps where you gained these skills. So for customer service skills, you could put about gaining these skills through helping customers at your place of working and providing excellent customer service. Bullet point these skills

IT skills - which IT products you are familiar with, always useful if you go for admin positions. Bulet point again

Hobbies - List them with commas in between

References - 2 of them, or put down references available upon request.



Sam, this is quite useful, HOWEVER, never, ever begin a sentence with SO. Naughty guest! :wag:


Sorry didn't mean for him to start it with so, should have put quotes from the I to make it clear.

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Re: Sites that can help

Postby samthefootball » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:02 pm

Thank you for the information guest. It will help me out massively I think.
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby guest » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:12 pm

samthefootball wrote:Thank you for the information guest. It will help me out massively I think.


hmmmm

I hope it all works out Sam, but if you cannot control your temper, then you should not have access to a keyboard.

best of luck.
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby Holly » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:38 pm

Sam...I have asked you before quite a few times to stop posting about your personal problems, you just keep ignoring me, we are all sympathetic I'm sure, we just can't help you though. This is the last time I will ask you. Get involved in other subjects or you will be banned. This is really the last time I will ask you, and the last time I will tell you that this is not the right forum to post about your problem. DO YOU UNDERSTAND? Come on Sam, surely there are other subjects you're interested in??? If not...well then, we are not the right forum for you.
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby Lambert » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:50 pm

4Chan is a great support forum for people like you. Find the section called Random and post a thread outlining your main issues. You should get some helpful replies almost immediately, as it's very busy.
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby bogtrotter » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:54 pm

urban75 is another forum that might offer help.
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby THAWNE » Tue Oct 10, 2017 7:33 pm

Yet another topic from you Sam, no doubt one that'll eventually turn hostile like most of your other topics; your posts have a tendency to start off nice, and then subsequently derail into abuse, ultimately showing the rest of us what sort of person you truly are. I know people who have disabilities, both physical and mental, and they're not bad people. You however don't appear to be a nice person. Mental disability or not, anyone who abuses their mother, and wishes their family (in your case, your step brother) dead is a horrible person. You can't blame that on your disability.

You're always making posts where you ask for help, whilst seemingly not wanting to help yourself. You've often posted about how life isn't fair; it's not fair for most people, yet the majority of us just suck it up and carry on, making do the best we can with who we are, what we've got, and the opportunities (or not) that are presented us. You're a constant moaner, and if I didn't know any better, I'd say that you expect all your problems to be given to you on a golden plate.

Lets look at your accomplishments, shall we?

* You hate your father and/or step father (possibly both)?
* You hate your brother, and have wished him dead on more than one occasion; you've even shared the desire to punch his lights out on multiple occasions.
* You would outright ignore any children your step brother had in the future (you made this comment on a DS post once).
* You have stated your reluctance to socialise with older people, or other people with disabilities because your incorrectly think you're somehow superior to them. You're not.
* You don't want to socialise with the majority of people; you're only looking for a girlfriend, and one that is perfect. That isn't going to happen.
* You've been thrown out of college because of your violent nature.
* You've lost your job because of your violent nature.

...and by your own admission;

* You haven't got much money,
* You don't drive or cycle,
* You've got spots,
* You've got eczema,
* You have a micro penis (I'm not sure how relevant this is, but you've brought it up often enough, so it must be of importance)

Even now you're here asking for websites that can help you. You don't need websites. You need a better mental attitude, and the help of actual people in a face to face environment. An internet website is not remotely going to help you with your condition. You mentioned your other posts on the mental health forum are often ignored. If you post half as much pitiful nonsense over there as you do here, frequently complaining about matters that you don't even try to help yourself with, it's no wonder other people are going to ignore you.

What you need Samuel is professional help in a one to one setting. People with your conditions do and can cope with it if they're willing to make the effort and recognise that the first step begins with them. If you want to sort your life out, you are going to have to make that very conscious decision and go from there. Asking people on forums why girls don't smile at you, or why your brother has a better life than you, or why you have a small tinkle isn't remotely helpful to your state of mind or being.
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby jp761 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 7:59 pm

THAWNE wrote:Yet another topic from you Sam, no doubt one that'll eventually turn hostile like most of your other topics; your posts have a tendency to start off nice, and then subsequently derail into abuse, ultimately showing the rest of us what sort of person you truly are. I know people who have disabilities, both physical and mental, and they're not bad people. You however don't appear to be a nice person. Mental disability or not, anyone who abuses their mother, and wishes their family (in your case, your step brother) dead is a horrible person. You can't blame that on your disability.

You're always making posts where you ask for help, whilst seemingly not wanting to help yourself. You've often posted about how life isn't fair; it's not fair for most people, yet the majority of us just suck it up and carry on, making do the best we can with who we are, what we've got, and the opportunities (or not) that are presented us. You're a constant moaner, and if I didn't know any better, I'd say that you expect all your problems to be given to you on a golden plate.

Lets look at your accomplishments, shall we?

* You hate your father and/or step father (possibly both)?
* You hate your brother, and have wished him dead on more than one occasion; you've even shared the desire to punch his lights out on multiple occasions.
* You would outright ignore any children your step brother had in the future (you made this comment on a DS post once).
* You have stated your reluctance to socialise with older people, or other people with disabilities because your incorrectly think you're somehow superior to them. You're not.
* You don't want to socialise with the majority of people; you're only looking for a girlfriend, and one that is perfect. That isn't going to happen.
* You've been thrown out of college because of your violent nature.
* You've lost your job because of your violent nature.

...and by your own admission;

* You haven't got much money,
* You don't drive or cycle,
* You've got spots,
* You've got eczema,
* You have a micro penis (I'm not sure how relevant this is, but you've brought it up often enough, so it must be of importance)

Even now you're here asking for websites that can help you. You don't need websites. You need a better mental attitude, and the help of actual people in a face to face environment. An internet website is not remotely going to help you with your condition. You mentioned your other posts on the mental health forum are often ignored. If you post half as much pitiful nonsense over there as you do here, frequently complaining about matters that you don't even try to help yourself with, it's no wonder other people are going to ignore you.

What you need Samuel is professional help in a one to one setting. People with your conditions do and can cope with it if they're willing to make the effort and recognise that the first step begins with them. If you want to sort your life out, you are going to have to make that very conscious decision and go from there. Asking people on forums why girls don't smile at you, or why your brother has a better life than you, or why you have a small tinkle isn't remotely helpful to your state of mind or being.
Post 3 in this thread he's making good progress with HIS mental health professionals. Evidently he is getting real life help. Maybe you should have read the thread first. Also I'm pretty sure Holly pretty much called time on this thread. And now Sam isn't really allowed to reply in this thread anymore or any other similar thread, he'll probably get banned if he does. There is nothing wrong with most of your advice, but seeing as Sam's right of reply is gone right now in these type of threads, maybe you shouldn't have posted.
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:25 pm

jp761 wrote:
THAWNE wrote:Yet another topic from you Sam, no doubt one that'll eventually turn hostile like most of your other topics; your posts have a tendency to start off nice, and then subsequently derail into abuse, ultimately showing the rest of us what sort of person you truly are. I know people who have disabilities, both physical and mental, and they're not bad people. You however don't appear to be a nice person. Mental disability or not, anyone who abuses their mother, and wishes their family (in your case, your step brother) dead is a horrible person. You can't blame that on your disability.

You're always making posts where you ask for help, whilst seemingly not wanting to help yourself. You've often posted about how life isn't fair; it's not fair for most people, yet the majority of us just suck it up and carry on, making do the best we can with who we are, what we've got, and the opportunities (or not) that are presented us. You're a constant moaner, and if I didn't know any better, I'd say that you expect all your problems to be given to you on a golden plate.

Lets look at your accomplishments, shall we?

* You hate your father and/or step father (possibly both)?
* You hate your brother, and have wished him dead on more than one occasion; you've even shared the desire to punch his lights out on multiple occasions.
* You would outright ignore any children your step brother had in the future (you made this comment on a DS post once).
* You have stated your reluctance to socialise with older people, or other people with disabilities because your incorrectly think you're somehow superior to them. You're not.
* You don't want to socialise with the majority of people; you're only looking for a girlfriend, and one that is perfect. That isn't going to happen.
* You've been thrown out of college because of your violent nature.
* You've lost your job because of your violent nature.

...and by your own admission;

* You haven't got much money,
* You don't drive or cycle,
* You've got spots,
* You've got eczema,
* You have a micro penis (I'm not sure how relevant this is, but you've brought it up often enough, so it must be of importance)

Even now you're here asking for websites that can help you. You don't need websites. You need a better mental attitude, and the help of actual people in a face to face environment. An internet website is not remotely going to help you with your condition. You mentioned your other posts on the mental health forum are often ignored. If you post half as much pitiful nonsense over there as you do here, frequently complaining about matters that you don't even try to help yourself with, it's no wonder other people are going to ignore you.

What you need Samuel is professional help in a one to one setting. People with your conditions do and can cope with it if they're willing to make the effort and recognise that the first step begins with them. If you want to sort your life out, you are going to have to make that very conscious decision and go from there. Asking people on forums why girls don't smile at you, or why your brother has a better life than you, or why you have a small tinkle isn't remotely helpful to your state of mind or being.
Post 3 in this thread he's making good progress with HIS mental health professionals. Evidently he is getting real life help. Maybe you should have read the thread first. Also I'm pretty sure Holly pretty much called time on this thread. And now Sam isn't really allowed to reply in this thread anymore or any other similar thread, he'll probably get banned if he does. There is nothing wrong with most of your advice, but seeing as Sam's right of reply is gone right now in these type of threads, maybe you shouldn't have posted.

This is not the place for Sam and his problems.
He needs to stop posting this crap.
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby Stooo » Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:30 pm

jp761 wrote:Post 3 in this thread he's making good progress with HIS mental health professionals. Evidently he is getting real life help. Maybe you should have read the thread first. Also I'm pretty sure Holly pretty much called time on this thread. And now Sam isn't really allowed to reply in this thread anymore or any other similar thread, he'll probably get banned if he does. There is nothing wrong with most of your advice, but seeing as Sam's right of reply is gone right now in these type of threads, maybe you shouldn't have posted.


Sam can reply, this isn't the forum for sensible advice or attentionwhoring.
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby jp761 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:37 pm

Stooo wrote:
jp761 wrote:Post 3 in this thread he's making good progress with HIS mental health professionals. Evidently he is getting real life help. Maybe you should have read the thread first. Also I'm pretty sure Holly pretty much called time on this thread. And now Sam isn't really allowed to reply in this thread anymore or any other similar thread, he'll probably get banned if he does. There is nothing wrong with most of your advice, but seeing as Sam's right of reply is gone right now in these type of threads, maybe you shouldn't have posted.


Sam can reply, this isn't the forum for sensible advice or attentionwhoring.
Yeah not the best place for the kind of stuff Sam wants to talk about. Most on here probably agree on that particular point.
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby samthefootball » Tue Oct 10, 2017 10:49 pm

You know what I don't care if I'm banned on here but I have to reply.

1. I don't hate my stepfather or father
2. Yes I'm jealous of my stepbrother because he has a nice gf and he has been abroad with her while I have not even held a girls hand. He drives goes to UNI has a part time job in asda and is even planning on moving in with her sometime next year

3. I would not ignore any kids they might have. I might not like him but I would not be evil to any kids they might want

4. I am helping out in a church and everybody of older there so I am enjoying that. I'm not nasty about people with disabilities but I have seen programs like the undateables I have been to groups for people with learning difficulties. I'm not being rude here but I could not hold a conversation with any of them and yes I was the most able one. They are great people with great personality but I see myself more in the middle of them and people with out.

5. I am not good at socializing I don't know how to talk to girls and I'm worried thatch would say the wrong thing. It's my confidence because I worry what people might think. I also have no where to go to socialize except the church.

6. Yes I was thrown out of college but I apologized since then. I'm not allowed back to that college but hopefully another I could go to.

7. I was kicked out and again I'm happy because I could have had more money by then.

8. I can't drive but I would like to learn and cycling on the roads near me would be a death trap.

9. I have spots but I'm on tablets to get it sorted

10. I have a small penis and that gives me bad confidence issues it's only 2 inches and looks burried sometimes like it has not formed propely. Of course it's a issue because I bet any girl would run away
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Re: Sites that can help

Postby Bella » Tue Oct 10, 2017 10:59 pm

Hi Sam, I'm thinking you might find help on this forum :smilin: http://wrongplanet.net/

I'm not sure but are you on the autistic spectrum? Best not to post your issues on this forum. Try the one in the link I sent . All the best x
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