imagine being in ravenclaw and going back to your common room stumbling drunk in the middle of the night after a magical night of partying and having to answer a fucking riddle in order to get in your own goddamn bedroom
"what gets wetter and wetter the more it dries"
"your mom eeyyyyyyy"
A towel !! Hehe
Mental illness is a serious and difficult thing to have to deal with. It haunts you from inside, interrupting your thoughts. It makes you feel weak, ashamed, incompetent. It plays mind games with you and can easily ruin opportunities, relationships and personal growth. It is incredibly hard to describe to someone who does not also deal with mental illness and can make you feel utterly alone. People in general need to start treating mental illness as an important and serious illness. Accepting your issues and trying to work through then with therapy, loved ones or medication is a good start but it doesn’t always work right away, and sometimes not at all for some people. If you feel you may have a form of mental illness or are unsure of exactly what mental illness entails please talk to your doctor! We need to change the way people think about mental health, we need to eradicate the stigma that one should be ashamed of them self if they suffer from bipolar disorder, OCD, general anxiety disorder, or any of the many other mental illnesses that are suffered in silence. I have a mental illness. I take medication daily. I have to live each day thinking about how I can get through things without having an anxiety attack. Go to class, don’t panic. Drive on the highway, stay calm. Being a passenger in a vehicle, they know what they are doing. Feeling like you can’t breath, its all in your mind, take slower breaths. These are common thoughts I and others suffer from all the time. Medicine doesn’t take away the illness, it just helps some to deal with it better on a daily basis. I am proud of who I am and what I am able to accomplish and where I am trying to go but I am doing it with mental illness. I will not hide or be ashamed of what I go through! Stand up to mental illness stigma, let’s break the barriers of what people think, and what is real!
fuck it, why not
I mean, TMI Tuesday, perfect day for this stuff!