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Mental Illness is So Relatable

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Mental Illness is So Relatable

Something I never thought I'd need to deem "Quote-worthy..." but it’s helping me cope. -When people #hurt they need you for EVERYTHING. When I hurt people see me as nothing. I am subjectively invisible... #mentalillness 😔 -Even if you’re by yourself, you’re never truly alone.  🙏 -I may not know exactly what you’re going through but I do know what it feels like to struggle. #pain -Pain is universal. But I’m so glad we are so alike! #unity -Don’t live #life by a setting of defaults. #Flaws are so freaking #beautiful 🙏 -Pain is certain. Suffering is option #PMA #NotAlone  ...

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Free Will Vs. Suicide: A Philosophical Debate

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Free Will Vs. Suicide: A Philosophical Debate

How do you conquer one of Earth's greatest mystery('s)?  "FREE WILL" When opening the conversation towards the existence of free will, I will so kindly ask you to choose if free will exists, or is an illusion that lies between pleasures, pains, and selfish ideologies. Without any outside influence, you will make a choice. The choice is yours and only yours. Above all else you can choose not to choose. Go forth with no thought on output of this decision. Remember that there is infinite number of choices; including null, nothing, or no answer. You have no reason to choose....

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Ignorance is So Dangerous!

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Ignorance is So Dangerous!

Sickness shouldn't be viewed as a weakness! Just because you can't see it doesn't mean that I'm not hurting just as much, if not more, than anyone out there is! That type of ignorance is so dangerous. Unfortunately, there is so much more ignorance I begin to feel ignorant for not recognizing it sooner! And this is my view point. I'll start the conversation. It's your job to continue the conversation... If you don't continue the conversation. If you bat a blind eye. That's just ignorant! For instance, It's not cool to listen to Linkin Park and say, "Isn't that...

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Invisible Illness! Don't Believe Me Until My Bones Are Already Broken...

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Invisible Illness! Don't Believe Me Until My Bones Are Already Broken...

This isn't recent news, but it is relevant news for me, my story, and another grotesque mental illness saga. My mental illness never seems to go away, but does it better when I find healthier ways to cope. But, this was a time in my life when I was at an all time low mentally, dealing with panic disorders and anorexia, while trying to realize that maybe I truly did have a problem with addiction; not just substances, either.  While chronically threatening to kill myself was the least of my worries. In fact, I thought that it would fix my...

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Nick--On Antipsychotics with 9 Years Sober

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Nick--On Antipsychotics with 9 Years Sober

Have you ever wondered what a bad treatment experience could turn into and how doctors in those centers are misprescribing patients who are not psychotic but just coming off of drugs? Nick is 30 and with almost 9 years clean and sober, but he doesn't think so as he was wrongly prescribed and feareto comeng off of anti-psychotics the treatment center he went to forced down his throat. What else are we to do when we ourselves can't tell the difference between heroin and alcohol withdrawal, or psychosis? Shouldn't doctors know better? Or are they just trying to numb us...

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