- I’m capable of a lot more than I give myself credit for.
- Mental illness stigma is still very strong, there is no point of telling every friends or family about my mental illness especially since I’m extremely sensitive on the given topic.
- Miracles do happen.
- I can live with this illness and…
I can’t really agree with all of these, especially about friends that don’t give a fuck. They do in their way and sometimes we have trouble understanding it. I know I really do. My brain tries to twist so it feels like no one cares but that is not the reality.
Sometimes you can’t help but fall in love(fixed or not).
Again, I agree with the positive ones but not so much everything.
Yeah, we all have different opinions and different ways of thinking, but I’ve just had horrible and rotten experiences with friends who I considered family.
I’d rather just be alone and face my own problems alone.
I had the same experience with friends and family as well, so you aren’t alone in that regard. I’m not even talking to more than half of them! They caused me great anguish when they forced me out of my home and into another state to live with a internet friend, only to make me scapegoat for everything, among other shit they pulled.
Wonderful family indeed.
Some of my ex friends haven’t been better either.
But I like to think there are some good eggs left there. It can’t all be bad.
That’s fine ;D You rather not be with someone and that is understandable. It’s everyone’s personal choice really.