Hello, GTPlanet. Thank you for coming to this Rumble Strip topic. Ladies and gentlemen, I don't think that any person might want to think about it, but I just want you to know about depression. GTP, some of you may remember my "Losing" topic in the Motorsports/Drifting and other Motorsports category. Part of why I came up with that topic is that sometimes, personal problems can come in our way of getting things done. You can get things done right, or can all hurt like spinning out on the Laguna Seca corkscrew. As I have said, I am very thankful to make forums topics and replies because I feel very comfortable online. I feel happy knowing that I made topics I know at least one person will at least glance over. I seen "Grand Canyon Sky Debate," "Americans Suck," and other idiotic or closed topics. Sometimes depressed people often fail to mix in with people, so they begin to be noticed and loved. Now me, I known some ladies in my past. Among them, four or five have been some that I have wanted to one day marry and have children to continue the legacy of my family name. While I cannot have ANYTHING I want, I know that people need to be loved, otherwise, the following may result: (1) continued sadness (2) isolation from the outside world (3) suicide (the worst result. No one wants that. No one REALLY wants that) Believe it or not... I am a depression victim. Since 1997, I have attended high school, and I've seen more hell than Satan himself. I was a former student of Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, USA. The problem was that I had trouble fitting in with the crowd in this small city. It could probably take 16 or 25 Beaumonts to beat Houston in terms of population or city size. So I began to feel depressed and disappointed. Then I decided I wanted to return to Houston. Since then, I never felt more at home. Normally, there are drugs that help treat depression, but the real cure is to just keep trying in life. I hope someone who is looking up "depression help" on Yahoo or Google or something look at this forum thread. This is dedicated to show respect and sympathy for those who feel unloved and depressed. I put aside my street car and competition car knowledge to delve into a critical topic. If you know you have had tough times before, or if you are living them now, you have a home for this topic. There are several ten, maybe hundred-thousand people on GTPlanet, so I'm sure at least some person have felt hardship after hardship and dealt with them accordingly. In any event, all are welcome to this topic. I made my GTPlanet debut in this category with the thread entitled "My Debut." So I decided to come back to make a special thread. So, reply at will.