Michigan hockey jersey for a good Wolverine home

Submitted by WingsNWolverines on November 20th, 2012 at 4:18 PM
I was cleaning out my closet last night and I came across my old blue Michigan hockey jersey which I believe they first wore in 2008 I think. Anyways its a size L and I wear a size XL. Idk how much its worth but its in great shape with no marks or tears. If anybody is interested please send me an email @ [email protected]. It truly is in great shape. GO BLUE BEAT OHIO



November 20th, 2012 at 4:55 PM ^

So idgaf anymore. It'll be the last kinda gesture I show to my fellow Michigan fans. An Ohio loss will make dying this weekend the perfect reason to leave. Just getting rid of my possessions that I won't need anymore. So yeah. Mods feel free to delete. No point in this being up anyways. Beat Ohio.


November 20th, 2012 at 4:55 PM ^

where else he would post this on MGOBlog, but if he is truely giving away the jersey for free...I don't really mind this.  It would be nice if there was a non-board place to put stuff like this.


But please, no selling...


November 20th, 2012 at 5:02 PM ^

I just can't live anymore. I can't. I have severe anxiety issues I have panic attacks on a daily basis life isn't worth is its just not. I have a heart condition also from it. I take meds. Nothing helps. I see a therapist. Nothing helps. I want to die and I'm giving my stuff to friends and people who appreciate sports memos. I'm sorry for posting this but if you don't hear back from me after Saturday this is why. I'm done living.


November 20th, 2012 at 5:08 PM ^

Hey - if you're serious here and not playing a cruel joke on the board, life is worth living.  I've battled anxiety for many years - maybe not as severe as yours - but I understand how you are feeling.  Take a deep breath and think about how important you are to your family, friends, etc.  It will get better. 


November 20th, 2012 at 5:43 PM ^

Do you mind if I ask how old you are and how long you've been suffering from anxiety?  I'm 34, was diagnosed with anxiety disorder when I was 28 so I've been living with it for six years now.  The first year, it ruined my life....but it started getting better and now any "episodes" are far and few between.  Hang in there, I promise you that if your doctors haven't found something that helps yet, they will soon.  And until then, use sports to help keep your mind off it.  Just try not to get too worked up if your teams lose.

I used to think I was a freak or "Crazy" but half the world is on Klonopin or Xanax.  People like us are the new normal. 


November 20th, 2012 at 6:04 PM ^

Its the setting I live in which is causing all this. Its my job all this school pressure isn't helping my gf has issues also my car is always having issues with it but its a fear like something is going to go wrong or something serious that I can't control is going to happen. Its like constant fear. I just want to live a normal life and be free of this shit. I don't want to live in constant panic and be strwssed and worried about everything. This is why I take my teams so seriously its like a drug that numbs my anxiety.


November 20th, 2012 at 6:23 PM ^

Life is not easy for most of us, but once we come to the realization that it's not going to be easy, it becomes much easier (if that makes sense).  When I was your age, I would watch the Real World and Road Rules, see how carefree and fun the lives of those people were, and wonder why I couldn't have it like that.  But nobody has it like that, unless you're being paid by MTV. 

You're young, the potential to have a great life is strong.  You probably didn't buy a house that is worth half of what it was when you bought it and/or have a terrible mortgage.  School will eventually be over and you'll be able to pursue a career in some field that you enjoy.  You'll make more money and bills will become easier to pay.  Not easy, but easier. 

I worry about everything.  Every. Single. Thing.  But now, after years of practice, I am able to step back after I start to worry and ask "lol, why am I worrying about that."  What's the worst thing that will happen if whatever is worrying you actually happens.  Typically, what I've found, is that the worst possible result isn't nearly as bad as worrying about the worst possible result.  You're going to be fine.  Stop giving away your Michigan stuff, you'll be needing that in the future. 

Wolverine Devotee

November 20th, 2012 at 5:44 PM ^

Don't do it. As someone who beat clinical depression, killing yourself is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.

Just think about Michigan. You won't be able to see games anymore if you do that. That's what kept me alive when I had it (back when I was 15-17). 

That's why this sign means so much to me (see below). It's what the lacrosse players hit on their way out of the lockerroom.

Just focus on your interests. 

Doc Brown

November 20th, 2012 at 6:25 PM ^

I know people are giving you a hard time on here right now, but you shouldn't listen those who try to keep you down. I know what you are going through. I attempted suicide in high school, but was lucky enough that I survived. My issues sound exactly like yours. I suffer through social anxiety and clinical depression. I will tell you, this will pass. It does get better. Think of all the people that love you, your friends and family. 

If you need someone to talk to, even though I don't know you personally, I can give you my gmail address. 


November 20th, 2012 at 6:43 PM ^

Are embarressing and tend to make young folks feel vulnerable when they were bullet proof. I used to get them I say used because with the right meds you will be fine and quit drinking so much coffee it really brings them on for me. The best thing I was ever told was to remember they only last 20 min, so hang in there when you get one because it will be gone soon. 


November 20th, 2012 at 8:58 PM ^

I was just thinking about your plight, WingsnWolverines. My father suffers from depression, and was institutionalized for 6 months about 15 years ago. He's now 80, and it took years for him to find the right medication. It's worth trying something else, meds wise. A few months ago, my father told me that once his doctor found the right meds for him, it was like a big dark cloud just lifted. Get a second opinion. 

Wolverine Devotee

November 20th, 2012 at 10:30 PM ^

MGoBlog is like a family. We don't wanna lose a brother. 

Just like regular families, we don't get along all the time and argue. But in the end we still all are for one thing. We celebrate the great times together and grieve together in the hard times. 




November 20th, 2012 at 11:42 PM ^

Did you really just threaten suicide on a football blog? Even based on a Michigan/Ohio result?

I'll say it once. Life sucks for a lot of us. In many different uncontrollable ways. My advice to you? Stop being a pussy.

This doesn't mean "get over it", but if this particular issue in your life has driven you suicidal, get real help.

You sold me a jersey a while back, but you've pulled the same shit on here every month since then. It seems like as soon as everybody has started to catch on, you instantly got buddy buddy with everyone an offered suicide as an option. I don't know what your deal is with these jerseys, or why you clean out your closet every three weeks but its one of two things.

You're either selling stolen jersies, in which case, fuck off, hard.

Of you really do have this problem. I you do, get real help.

But like I said, you're not the only one, which means 2 things. 1. There are others like you, and people who understand. 2. If you kill yourself, you're the biggest pussy here. Hands down. Live this life, dude. It's worth it, I swear: