How do you cope with a shit life?

How do you cope with a shit life? Lifting is the only thing that makes me feel ok but I just rot in bed until it’s time to lift again.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I know these threads are supposed to trigger manlets/losers but if you really want to get under their skin you need to tout your success. That really gets the crabs going

    For example, I'm 6ft, 220lbs and make well into the 6 figs while being under 30 years old. I'm 2/3/4/5 for reps (and I mean REP reps. I can bench 315 for 10, squat 405x6 and deadlift 495x8. OHP is lackin': 225x3). I have a kush wfh tech job, own a home and have a new frick buddy every 2-3 months. Every single trait I've listed off is a mutable characteristic (one you weren't born with and had to work for) besides my age/height - this only gives context to why my income and lifts are even more respectable.

    IST incels are so quick to list traits they were born with and will never brag about a trait they had to work for because, well, 99% of people here are absolute losers. And I mean bottom-of-the-barrel deadbeat brokie lazy homosexuals with shit personalities and live with their parents as adults. They don't have anything to brag about that they weren't given at birth because they lack the drive/ambition/motivation to actually work for and achieve anything that is remotely respectable and brag-worthy.

    If you want to get under their skin - just remind them of this. Explain to them your own success as it reminds them how pathetic they are. A loser sourounded by losers wont feel like a loser. It's why when someone who isn't a loser pops up, they freak out and try to convince you that you are, indeed, a loser. That is the mentality of "crab-in-the-bucket" IST incels.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >'m 6ft, 220lbs
      >IST incels are so quick to list traits they were born with
      >99% of people here are absolute losers.
      You just called yourself an incel

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >weight
        >immutable characteristic
        >"besides my age/height - this only gives context to why my income and lifts are even more respectable"
        Actually have a nice day for being this illiterate/moronic

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      All tech jobs are automatically humiliating. Your life revolves around designing websites or apps... No one cares what you lift, what car you drive or how many girls you bang

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I work from home. It doesn't matter what I actually do while "working". It doesn't even feel like I go to work everyday

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Cope.
          Neetchads mog you codemonkey.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I do exactly what you do except I get paid $9,500 a month to do it L O L

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I agree with you dude, however I seek to improve.
      Just as a reference for my potential: 6’2”, when lean above average face but not chad (was getting hit on a ton when I was in shape, had handfuls of no effort hookups). But I’m unemployed and broke and fat.
      >Fat
      Easy enough I know what to do and already am, it will just take time. I was once very fit, lost my gains and got fat. I just need to stay consistent.
      >unemployed
      This is where I am fricking up dude. I’m 28 with no certifications. I have had jobs since as young as 14. But right now I’m struggling to even get an interview. I have no real inclinations towards anything. Once I know what I’m doing I’m competent but learning a new job takes me a solid minute, like where most have it down in a few weeks it would take me a few months. What do you suggest if I want to first make about $60k (bare minimum for me to move out and live alone), and later on get to a point making six figs? At this point I’d be happy with a retail job as a starting point, frick I’d even take two full time min wage retail jobs just to make $57k… anything but being stuck as a neet.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      there's some truth to this but really there are two axes of accomplishment on which a man's life can be defined. sexual/romantic succes and professional success. there's a weak corrolation between the two that's becoming even more weak with time. personally I'm sexually and romantically successful, mostly because of factors out of my control ( tall, handsome, age well) but professionally I'm a huge failure. yet my mates still judge me mostly positively because having 0 romantic success as man is seen as the absolute worst failure, even if you're doing good in life

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    don't have a shit life, can't relate.
    maybe you should work towards not having a shit life.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Remembering how difficult Hitler's life was, and what he fought for!

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    When's the last time you went for a walk outside OP?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      not op, but I go hiking all the time and I'm a loser.
      In fact, the reason I go hiking so much is that I'm a loser with no social life.
      So if you're implying that "going outside" cures personality disorders it doesnt and you're just another normie spouting meme cures for mental illness

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Get a job.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I used to have a really fricking shit life. Lonely, virgin, no confidence, undiagnosed autism, in the military, chronic masturbator, very close to falling over the incel cliff. Went on a school holiday with a pedophile vicar. Constantly in trouble in school. Nobody ever tried to find out why, nobody tried to help, nobody cared. My parents preferred to blame the vicar for my behaviour and not try to find out the truth. Didn't care if I lived or died hence joining the army. Thought maybe one day I could give my life so that somebody else may live and at least in death my existence would have had meaning.

    I started lifting, I started pushing myself, i started getting outdoors. If there is a God or God's, they can be found amongst nature. The absolute majesty of the world around us sustained me. I grew as a person the longer I spent outdoors. I would swim in the lakes of the world, climb the mountains, paddle the rivers, experience life. Even if at first it was on my own. I did all this before social media, I did it because if felt right. I felt alive doing it. I became content with life and it obviously showed to the people around me because suddenly people would notice me, people wanted to hear about my adventures. I wasnt doing any of it for those reasons. They were just a nice side effect.

    Now I'm married with kids and I absolutely love taking them on mini adventures.

    Accept nature into your hearts anons. I emphasise with even the most incel of you because I know that pain. I know the darkness. I was lucky that my job pushed me into nature and pointed me down the path of redemption. Now I'm here to push you. Live life

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I just keep going, there's some twisted beauty in life, even in sadness, pain or anger. Even in those shitty moments there's something to fully embrace.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    lifting makes you feel good? im jelly

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    lift even harder

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      picking up the 8kg dumbbell now

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