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Do any of you write or blog about your disorders online? I have a blot on tumblr, http://warpedfamily.tumblr.com/ but am hesitant to actually talk about my disorders and issues, even if it would be therapeutic.If any of you do blog about it, do you ever feel worried people will react negatively towards it? And feel free to share links to your blogs if you want, I'm always looking for something to read and it's nice to relate to people.
I won't spell out all the details when they are all over the internet, but if this passes, it will be goodbye to crazyboards and every site on the internet with user generated content. http://www.dailykos....?via=siderecent Call or write your congressman.
I didn't think I'd ever say this out loud but I am sick of being a deep thinker. I don't even think this shit is normal anymore. It's not ruminating. It's not OCD. Because the thoughts are not negative. They are like, philosophic thoughts that I think about all day every day. I overanalyze everything. I won't read a book if it's not nonfiction/self-help. I won't watch TV shows unless they are serious or have underlying lessons/meanings. Definitely no sit-coms, animated shows, or movies. Waste of time. Go-go-go. Type A personality shit. I multitask. Information overload with the internet. I think about something...oh I'll Google it...oh look a link to something cool! let me click...oooh that reminds me to Google THAT...oh look another link! LOL I want to STOPPPPPPP! I want to smell the roses. I want to do brainless shit and enjoy it. I want to, you know, relate to society? lol I just want to dye my hair pink, read a trashy novel, watch cartoons, push away from the computer for once, and laugh at stupid stuff. I have no clue how to have fun. I don't think I ever have! I'm too busy thinking "the media is propaganda" "occupy everywhere" "are my kids being bullied?" "what is the hidden meaning behind that music video?" I see symbolism everywhere and it piques my interest. Or maybe I just dig too deep and read too much into everything. Yeah, so any ideas? My psychologist calls it "intellectual" and "great insight." I call it driving myself insane.