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    Paranormal, writing, becoming an EMT/Paramedic, gaming, simming, watching fart videos on youtube.

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  1. I really am such a terrible person holy crap. 

  2. Me nearly every day of my life. I didn't have the "realization" until a couple of years ago when it just popped into my head sitting here one day...That I had no idea who I am as a person, what my true personality is, what my real opinions are on things. I'm always flip-flopping and forever stuck in that phase of "finding myself" by testing the waters. I realized then that I'm barely human at this point, and more of a shell of what I "once was" (I'm using that phrase loosely because even as a teenager, my depression & anxiety ruled over me so I have no clue what part of me was real or not.)
  3. We're made to feel like shit every single day because nobody takes our problems seriously. People love to bitch and moan yet they never want any action taken to prevent horrible things from happening. The cycle will continue to repeat itself until SOMETHING is done.  (That something being better gun control AND mental health care).

  4. Mental illness needs to be taken more seriously! These fucking shootings will NEVER FUCKING STOP if people keep ignoring one of the big problems! Not all mentally ill people become homicidal maniacs but a lot do. Doing what these murderers do is NOT normal and people need to stop writing it off as "OH HE WAS JUST ANGRY" "OH WHO CARES STFU ABOUT THEM". I  got into a facebook argument because my Aunt refused to understand what I was saying...She kept spewing the same shit about "Oh I DON'T CARE IF HE WAS MENTALLY ILL I DON'T CARE THIS AND THAT INNOCENT PEOPLE DIED BLAH BLAH HE'S TO BLAME" yet I never said he wasn't to blame....Only that mental health care is horrible and too many people ignore obviously disturbed people. 

    Mental illness is seen as a joke by "normal" people. We get told to "get over it" or "stop feeling that way". These school shooters and serial killers always show signs of having issues but everyone around them writes them off. Add on a horrible mental health care system and it's a recipe for disaster...