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that last part, thats kinda normal.

i mean my remote has a next button on it
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I was referring to the next button on my computer. I literally tried to change it with my computer.
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#239 - That seems like a terrible way to run a mental facility. It se… 05/28/2014 on Everyone has a right to bitch! +1
#237 - I would try and explain to them your mental condition before t…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/28/2014 on Everyone has a right to bitch! 0
User avatar #238 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
believe me - it has been explained many times. I haven't even found a solicitor yet because i've been that ill to leave the house and sort things out, even though I know it's ultimately just going to make things worse. But my mental health has got me off in the past, I think they only give you a few chances...I've begged to be sectioned, went into hospital after cutting and screamed at them to put me away as a risk to myself and others. They always send me home. Thats how it works here.
User avatar #239 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
That seems like a terrible way to run a mental facility. It seems to essentially run here that way too, at least unless you have enough money or good enough insurance to pay for the stay. If you don't, they kick you out. The way they deal with mental health in this world is terrible. I don't think they quite understand. It seems to be like they think we're faking it or just extra attention. It's like the ER. It's like they think we want to be this way and enjoy it like it's a theme park or something.
#235 - That's how I feel. Sometimes the thought of getting into colle…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/28/2014 on Everyone has a right to bitch! 0
User avatar #236 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
I may be going back to college on a part-time course in september... if i'm not in jail as I have a court date in the crown court coming up and everyones told me if it's crown court im basically fucked, so yeah I get anxious about being round other people and I might be going to jail because of lack of funding for mental health services to get off their asses and to have helped sooner.
User avatar #237 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
I would try and explain to them your mental condition before they throw you away in jail. Doesn't seem quite fair to me. Everywhere needs better mental health program funding, because it's becoming a bigger and bigger thing every single day. Throwing you to the dogs won't really help anything, and jail will just make things much harder for your mental condition. Unless you harmed someone else, I don't really understand the point of putting you away.
User avatar #238 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
believe me - it has been explained many times. I haven't even found a solicitor yet because i've been that ill to leave the house and sort things out, even though I know it's ultimately just going to make things worse. But my mental health has got me off in the past, I think they only give you a few chances...I've begged to be sectioned, went into hospital after cutting and screamed at them to put me away as a risk to myself and others. They always send me home. Thats how it works here.
User avatar #239 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
That seems like a terrible way to run a mental facility. It seems to essentially run here that way too, at least unless you have enough money or good enough insurance to pay for the stay. If you don't, they kick you out. The way they deal with mental health in this world is terrible. I don't think they quite understand. It seems to be like they think we're faking it or just extra attention. It's like the ER. It's like they think we want to be this way and enjoy it like it's a theme park or something.
#233 - Day by day, the best way is day by day. Depression or anxiety …  [+] (6 new replies) 05/28/2014 on Everyone has a right to bitch! +1
User avatar #234 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
That's how I take it, my friend.
But then the negative views of others like "get a job" and "you need to do something bout it NOW" sometimes get me panicked and I get negative. But I know, in my mind and heart, that this is the best I can do right now - take it day by day, today i'm starting a new behavioural therapy group (I have to walk one hour in the pissing rain too when I don't even want to step over the doorstep) but I know I have to go if I ever want a chance at some stability in my life.
User avatar #235 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
That's how I feel. Sometimes the thought of getting into college panics me, and the thought of getting a job even more. Weird shit that feels like nothing to other people scares the shit out of me. I've found the best way to fix it is to try and get yourself excited about it instead of scared. You bombard yourself with all the benefits instead of the scary demerits. Even if you have to take it slow (1 or 2 classes at a time or maybe part time at a job you think you'll like with no human interaction) and then grow into it. If something is inevitable, the best way to conquer it is to think of all the benefits and essentially bury yourself in them.
User avatar #236 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
I may be going back to college on a part-time course in september... if i'm not in jail as I have a court date in the crown court coming up and everyones told me if it's crown court im basically fucked, so yeah I get anxious about being round other people and I might be going to jail because of lack of funding for mental health services to get off their asses and to have helped sooner.
User avatar #237 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
I would try and explain to them your mental condition before they throw you away in jail. Doesn't seem quite fair to me. Everywhere needs better mental health program funding, because it's becoming a bigger and bigger thing every single day. Throwing you to the dogs won't really help anything, and jail will just make things much harder for your mental condition. Unless you harmed someone else, I don't really understand the point of putting you away.
User avatar #238 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
believe me - it has been explained many times. I haven't even found a solicitor yet because i've been that ill to leave the house and sort things out, even though I know it's ultimately just going to make things worse. But my mental health has got me off in the past, I think they only give you a few chances...I've begged to be sectioned, went into hospital after cutting and screamed at them to put me away as a risk to myself and others. They always send me home. Thats how it works here.
User avatar #239 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
That seems like a terrible way to run a mental facility. It seems to essentially run here that way too, at least unless you have enough money or good enough insurance to pay for the stay. If you don't, they kick you out. The way they deal with mental health in this world is terrible. I don't think they quite understand. It seems to be like they think we're faking it or just extra attention. It's like the ER. It's like they think we want to be this way and enjoy it like it's a theme park or something.
#231 - People that tell you "they're the only one who know how d…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/28/2014 on Everyone has a right to bitch! 0
User avatar #232 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
of course, you have a lot more understanding than I originally thought. And yes, thats the conclusion i've came to...emotional pain is relative, and when mental illness comes into the mix, every day can be painful for a person even if they have everything due to some chemical imbalance in the brain. Mine is a mix of it being circumstancial and mental illness..although my disorder I feel is a mix of pain from circumstance and natural genetics...
#228 - I definitely understand what you're saying. When I was younger…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/28/2014 on Everyone has a right to bitch! 0
#229 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
and that;s how I am. I had to restrain a lot of emotions as a child, because my Dad always told me that he is the only one who knows what "real" depression is. I also get super-sensitive about people "abandoning" me and have been known to get clingy traits, but i'm a big believer in your upbringing is what makes you the person you are, so yeah I do blame my upbringing a lot...
but recent life choices i've made have saw me in a seriously low condition of life now, and it's pretty sad, the conditions of my living, drug abuse and living in squalor. I never thought i'd end up in this place...
(im sorry i'm turning this into a therapy session already damn heres a gif to forget)
User avatar #231 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
People that tell you "they're the only one who know how depression feels" are selfish people who are looking for validation in their own lives and are looking for someone to go "yeah, I guess you are. You've had it so hard." Pain really is relative. Going though a high school break up or something else that other people deem trivial can be very seriously painful. Sometimes it's better to just support that person and help them through it. Telling them that what they feel isn't real never ever helps because they're still feeling it. It sounds like your sensitivity stemmed mainly from people telling you your feelings were foolish and stupid instead of supporting you like they should have. That can lead to feeling like you're foolish when you genuinely are upset and causing a conflict of emotions, leading to even more sadness.
User avatar #232 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
of course, you have a lot more understanding than I originally thought. And yes, thats the conclusion i've came to...emotional pain is relative, and when mental illness comes into the mix, every day can be painful for a person even if they have everything due to some chemical imbalance in the brain. Mine is a mix of it being circumstancial and mental illness..although my disorder I feel is a mix of pain from circumstance and natural genetics...
User avatar #230 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
that's actually me and what I do when I get home. The hotdogs are actually coated in PCP
#224 - I don't think it's fair to say "they're hurting more than…  [+] (14 new replies) 05/28/2014 on Everyone has a right to bitch! 0
User avatar #225 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
I totally take back my comment "theyre hurting more than you". That was the point I was trying to make in the first place and i've just managed to contradict myself.
Basically I think it's just hard for people to be able to know what's really going on in others heads. Some people are just genetically able to cope better than others, and although - as you mentioned - the people who do that over the littlest of things you sometimes want to shoot, maybe they feel genuine hurt over them situations. I guess i'm reffering to my own personal struggles in life and the fear that anyone would see me as a "drama queen". I fear the words, because in all truth, if I got called that again I would wonder wether every day I patted myself on the back just for not ending my life was all for nothing, and maybe the entire world thinks i'm just superficial and my fight is for nothing...I couldn't handle that, because the realization that I have got through hell in the back of my mind is the thing that keeps me going, the thought that if I have already walked through flames then what else could I take on?
User avatar #228 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
I definitely understand what you're saying. When I was younger, people always called me a drama queen when I genuinely felt misunderstood and needed a friend to talk to, but it felt like everyone I talked to felt the need to one-up me instead of just listening. When you're hurting, you're hurting. It doesn't really matter over what over. Sometimes you just need someone to tell you that it's okay. Sometimes people who are upset a lot aren't drama queens, but have a lot of pent up sadness that makes small things seem like larger deals because they never were able to get support for their other issues. Honestly, it just takes finding the right person who is willing to listen and support you, just make sure you return the favor. Friends are irreplaceable, and hopefully you find the one who will support you and listen, and I hope it helps. I find that it does a lot of the time.

#229 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
and that;s how I am. I had to restrain a lot of emotions as a child, because my Dad always told me that he is the only one who knows what "real" depression is. I also get super-sensitive about people "abandoning" me and have been known to get clingy traits, but i'm a big believer in your upbringing is what makes you the person you are, so yeah I do blame my upbringing a lot...
but recent life choices i've made have saw me in a seriously low condition of life now, and it's pretty sad, the conditions of my living, drug abuse and living in squalor. I never thought i'd end up in this place...
(im sorry i'm turning this into a therapy session already damn heres a gif to forget)
User avatar #231 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
People that tell you "they're the only one who know how depression feels" are selfish people who are looking for validation in their own lives and are looking for someone to go "yeah, I guess you are. You've had it so hard." Pain really is relative. Going though a high school break up or something else that other people deem trivial can be very seriously painful. Sometimes it's better to just support that person and help them through it. Telling them that what they feel isn't real never ever helps because they're still feeling it. It sounds like your sensitivity stemmed mainly from people telling you your feelings were foolish and stupid instead of supporting you like they should have. That can lead to feeling like you're foolish when you genuinely are upset and causing a conflict of emotions, leading to even more sadness.
User avatar #232 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
of course, you have a lot more understanding than I originally thought. And yes, thats the conclusion i've came to...emotional pain is relative, and when mental illness comes into the mix, every day can be painful for a person even if they have everything due to some chemical imbalance in the brain. Mine is a mix of it being circumstancial and mental illness..although my disorder I feel is a mix of pain from circumstance and natural genetics...
User avatar #230 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
that's actually me and what I do when I get home. The hotdogs are actually coated in PCP
User avatar #227 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
but then again what if these have just been minor struggles and there is a fuckload worse to come?
User avatar #233 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
Day by day, the best way is day by day. Depression or anxiety or any sort of social or mental disorder is extremely difficult to handle, but the best way is to relax and take things day by day, or even minute by minute. When I get anxiety, thinking about the future, even 5 minutes in the future can cause serious stress. Sometimes the best thing to do is just do the best you can in the present. You do the best you can with the resources you can and do your best. Friends who understand your condition can help and won't push you further than you can go. Some people probably won't be able to do it because they simply can't relate, but I promise you there are people out there who do understand. Have you tried visiting a forum for your specific disorder? Sometimes I find it helps to talk to people who understand what you're going through, even if you don't know them personally. My sister and I find a lot of help on them.
User avatar #234 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
That's how I take it, my friend.
But then the negative views of others like "get a job" and "you need to do something bout it NOW" sometimes get me panicked and I get negative. But I know, in my mind and heart, that this is the best I can do right now - take it day by day, today i'm starting a new behavioural therapy group (I have to walk one hour in the pissing rain too when I don't even want to step over the doorstep) but I know I have to go if I ever want a chance at some stability in my life.
User avatar #235 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
That's how I feel. Sometimes the thought of getting into college panics me, and the thought of getting a job even more. Weird shit that feels like nothing to other people scares the shit out of me. I've found the best way to fix it is to try and get yourself excited about it instead of scared. You bombard yourself with all the benefits instead of the scary demerits. Even if you have to take it slow (1 or 2 classes at a time or maybe part time at a job you think you'll like with no human interaction) and then grow into it. If something is inevitable, the best way to conquer it is to think of all the benefits and essentially bury yourself in them.
User avatar #236 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
I may be going back to college on a part-time course in september... if i'm not in jail as I have a court date in the crown court coming up and everyones told me if it's crown court im basically fucked, so yeah I get anxious about being round other people and I might be going to jail because of lack of funding for mental health services to get off their asses and to have helped sooner.
User avatar #237 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
I would try and explain to them your mental condition before they throw you away in jail. Doesn't seem quite fair to me. Everywhere needs better mental health program funding, because it's becoming a bigger and bigger thing every single day. Throwing you to the dogs won't really help anything, and jail will just make things much harder for your mental condition. Unless you harmed someone else, I don't really understand the point of putting you away.
User avatar #238 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
believe me - it has been explained many times. I haven't even found a solicitor yet because i've been that ill to leave the house and sort things out, even though I know it's ultimately just going to make things worse. But my mental health has got me off in the past, I think they only give you a few chances...I've begged to be sectioned, went into hospital after cutting and screamed at them to put me away as a risk to myself and others. They always send me home. Thats how it works here.
User avatar #239 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
That seems like a terrible way to run a mental facility. It seems to essentially run here that way too, at least unless you have enough money or good enough insurance to pay for the stay. If you don't, they kick you out. The way they deal with mental health in this world is terrible. I don't think they quite understand. It seems to be like they think we're faking it or just extra attention. It's like the ER. It's like they think we want to be this way and enjoy it like it's a theme park or something.
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Ah hell yeah, no talking.
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User avatar #222 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
also "it can be infuriating"..
do you have any idea what that person is probably going through on a daily basis with how they feel?
i'm really trying to be diplomatic about this....but you sound like a person who goes through life seeing one side of the coin, mainly the one that is good old, conforming, mainstream society, and anything out of the norm needs to be ignored until it goes away.
It doesn't work like that. Human beings can be different. and the person in question can probably be cool, be funny, is JUST LIKE YOU. But the fact that they are ILL might sometimes get into the way of that.
I speak from experience too. Just because we can't see something doesn't mean sometimes a person's behaviour is like an impulse, like throwing up, or coughing. Living with mental unstability to me is like hating yourself because you can't have control. But deep down you know it's just that - sometimes, you really can't help it.
User avatar #221 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
thecharliesheen - your friend sounds - and yes i'm gonna go all out assuming here - sounds like she has borderline personality disorder, which is also my diagnosis. Not only do we suffer from social neurosis but our outbursts make it extremely hard to develop any form of relationships and our behaviour gradually tears down all of our communication with other humans as they get tired and irritated of it. Very few fortunate ones with the disorder have loved ones who stick it through and try their hardest to stick by our sides, but most likely all of us , as we grow up, are bound to lose many people down to the way the disorder makes us feel, very intense, negative emotions that usually come in short bursts throughout the day.
Now I don't think you're a bad person for your view on this friend of yours, but I really think you're looking at it the wrong way. Because even if it turns out she doesn't have the diagnosis I assume? People who act like that, need the care. Yes it gets tiring and sometimes you want to ask them why they're such a damn attention-seeking dickhole...but they're always hurting, more than you. I can gaurantee it. She needs you to understand. She's probably very aware of her behaviour and ashamed of it, and to me that's what matters most in a human being. If they can face up to their flaws. She probably hates herself for the way she is, but all you can do is make her feel like she has a friend there for her. That description sounded exactly the same as me. And I have no friends lol, but i've kind of got used to it and understand that it's my disorder and myself who makes t hard for people to get close to me.
User avatar #224 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
I don't think it's fair to say "they're hurting more than you". I have disorders as well, but I also like my friends to be comfortable and enjoy hanging around me, so I don't force them to deal with all my issues. I'm not saying she get's upset about shit that should be genuinely upset about. I'm talking that her and her boyfriend get in a tiny fight over what to have for dinner and she balls for 4 1/2 hours in public when things are just fine when she gets home. If she has a personality disorder, that's fine. But she recognizes it, and she refuses to get help. She enjoys the attention she gets, and she loses friendships and even relationships with family because she expects everyone to bend to her will and 'be there' even when it's unreasonable. No matter how you're looking at it, you're being selfish. The world doesn't revolve around you and your "sadness". Sometimes, you need to buck up and learn to deal with shit when it's hard, because if you get upset over extremely stupid shit, imagine how hard life is going to kick you in the ass when you actually have to act like an adult. I agree with the contents statement, but no one like being around a whiny cunt who feels like the entire world revolves around them. Not necessarily you, as I've said that I don't know how you in specific are, but she seriously expects everyone to drop what they're doing to "be there" in her hour of need, which happens to be once a day. It's not fair to those around you. Sometimes, tough love is in order.
User avatar #225 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
I totally take back my comment "theyre hurting more than you". That was the point I was trying to make in the first place and i've just managed to contradict myself.
Basically I think it's just hard for people to be able to know what's really going on in others heads. Some people are just genetically able to cope better than others, and although - as you mentioned - the people who do that over the littlest of things you sometimes want to shoot, maybe they feel genuine hurt over them situations. I guess i'm reffering to my own personal struggles in life and the fear that anyone would see me as a "drama queen". I fear the words, because in all truth, if I got called that again I would wonder wether every day I patted myself on the back just for not ending my life was all for nothing, and maybe the entire world thinks i'm just superficial and my fight is for nothing...I couldn't handle that, because the realization that I have got through hell in the back of my mind is the thing that keeps me going, the thought that if I have already walked through flames then what else could I take on?
User avatar #228 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
I definitely understand what you're saying. When I was younger, people always called me a drama queen when I genuinely felt misunderstood and needed a friend to talk to, but it felt like everyone I talked to felt the need to one-up me instead of just listening. When you're hurting, you're hurting. It doesn't really matter over what over. Sometimes you just need someone to tell you that it's okay. Sometimes people who are upset a lot aren't drama queens, but have a lot of pent up sadness that makes small things seem like larger deals because they never were able to get support for their other issues. Honestly, it just takes finding the right person who is willing to listen and support you, just make sure you return the favor. Friends are irreplaceable, and hopefully you find the one who will support you and listen, and I hope it helps. I find that it does a lot of the time.

#229 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
and that;s how I am. I had to restrain a lot of emotions as a child, because my Dad always told me that he is the only one who knows what "real" depression is. I also get super-sensitive about people "abandoning" me and have been known to get clingy traits, but i'm a big believer in your upbringing is what makes you the person you are, so yeah I do blame my upbringing a lot...
but recent life choices i've made have saw me in a seriously low condition of life now, and it's pretty sad, the conditions of my living, drug abuse and living in squalor. I never thought i'd end up in this place...
(im sorry i'm turning this into a therapy session already damn heres a gif to forget)
User avatar #231 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
People that tell you "they're the only one who know how depression feels" are selfish people who are looking for validation in their own lives and are looking for someone to go "yeah, I guess you are. You've had it so hard." Pain really is relative. Going though a high school break up or something else that other people deem trivial can be very seriously painful. Sometimes it's better to just support that person and help them through it. Telling them that what they feel isn't real never ever helps because they're still feeling it. It sounds like your sensitivity stemmed mainly from people telling you your feelings were foolish and stupid instead of supporting you like they should have. That can lead to feeling like you're foolish when you genuinely are upset and causing a conflict of emotions, leading to even more sadness.
User avatar #232 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
of course, you have a lot more understanding than I originally thought. And yes, thats the conclusion i've came to...emotional pain is relative, and when mental illness comes into the mix, every day can be painful for a person even if they have everything due to some chemical imbalance in the brain. Mine is a mix of it being circumstancial and mental illness..although my disorder I feel is a mix of pain from circumstance and natural genetics...
User avatar #230 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
that's actually me and what I do when I get home. The hotdogs are actually coated in PCP
User avatar #227 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
but then again what if these have just been minor struggles and there is a fuckload worse to come?
User avatar #233 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
Day by day, the best way is day by day. Depression or anxiety or any sort of social or mental disorder is extremely difficult to handle, but the best way is to relax and take things day by day, or even minute by minute. When I get anxiety, thinking about the future, even 5 minutes in the future can cause serious stress. Sometimes the best thing to do is just do the best you can in the present. You do the best you can with the resources you can and do your best. Friends who understand your condition can help and won't push you further than you can go. Some people probably won't be able to do it because they simply can't relate, but I promise you there are people out there who do understand. Have you tried visiting a forum for your specific disorder? Sometimes I find it helps to talk to people who understand what you're going through, even if you don't know them personally. My sister and I find a lot of help on them.
User avatar #234 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
That's how I take it, my friend.
But then the negative views of others like "get a job" and "you need to do something bout it NOW" sometimes get me panicked and I get negative. But I know, in my mind and heart, that this is the best I can do right now - take it day by day, today i'm starting a new behavioural therapy group (I have to walk one hour in the pissing rain too when I don't even want to step over the doorstep) but I know I have to go if I ever want a chance at some stability in my life.
User avatar #235 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
That's how I feel. Sometimes the thought of getting into college panics me, and the thought of getting a job even more. Weird shit that feels like nothing to other people scares the shit out of me. I've found the best way to fix it is to try and get yourself excited about it instead of scared. You bombard yourself with all the benefits instead of the scary demerits. Even if you have to take it slow (1 or 2 classes at a time or maybe part time at a job you think you'll like with no human interaction) and then grow into it. If something is inevitable, the best way to conquer it is to think of all the benefits and essentially bury yourself in them.
User avatar #236 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
I may be going back to college on a part-time course in september... if i'm not in jail as I have a court date in the crown court coming up and everyones told me if it's crown court im basically fucked, so yeah I get anxious about being round other people and I might be going to jail because of lack of funding for mental health services to get off their asses and to have helped sooner.
User avatar #237 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
I would try and explain to them your mental condition before they throw you away in jail. Doesn't seem quite fair to me. Everywhere needs better mental health program funding, because it's becoming a bigger and bigger thing every single day. Throwing you to the dogs won't really help anything, and jail will just make things much harder for your mental condition. Unless you harmed someone else, I don't really understand the point of putting you away.
User avatar #238 - privatepumpanickel (05/28/2014) [-]
believe me - it has been explained many times. I haven't even found a solicitor yet because i've been that ill to leave the house and sort things out, even though I know it's ultimately just going to make things worse. But my mental health has got me off in the past, I think they only give you a few chances...I've begged to be sectioned, went into hospital after cutting and screamed at them to put me away as a risk to myself and others. They always send me home. Thats how it works here.
User avatar #239 - thecharliesheen (05/28/2014) [-]
That seems like a terrible way to run a mental facility. It seems to essentially run here that way too, at least unless you have enough money or good enough insurance to pay for the stay. If you don't, they kick you out. The way they deal with mental health in this world is terrible. I don't think they quite understand. It seems to be like they think we're faking it or just extra attention. It's like the ER. It's like they think we want to be this way and enjoy it like it's a theme park or something.
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