And you want me to RELAX?! Quoting: Theo (Sophia) 20090376
Again - fuck you. Fuck you very much!
Ok, I feel this really directed at me and I see absolutely NO reason for it. What now? You are judging me altogether with a group of people just because I visit the same threads?
I don't believe you have the authority to judge, and I do believe you should focus more on what gives you this authority than focusing on people pushing you away from meaningful things.
I see no reason for you to offend me, specially because I only showed good intentions towards you and the advice to "Relax" should not be seen as a bad thing at all.
Because most likely 'Theo' is Schizophrenic...
I would be surprised to hear that he/she/it has not be diagnosed with such.
Those around me are programmed and walk around in a hypnotic state of trance - if you remote influence them to jump they will ask how high. I stopped crying over what others did, said or thought long ago. I pierced through the veil, as you already know. Quoting: Theo (Sophia) 20090376
Thanks for the encouragement - i WILL expose it all.
If I knock myself out, I get up again, as you also know.
Why else would you be so fucking impressed that I'm still standing?!
Schizophrenia is a really, really sad disorder...
Schizophrenia is the common term for a group of serious psychiatric conditions called the schizophrenic disorders. Although they strike only about one percent of the population, these disorders are so disabling they are considered among the most important of psychiatric illnesses.
Paranoia is an unfounded or exaggerated distrust of others, sometimes reaching delusional proportions. Paranoid individuals constantly suspect the motives of those around them, and believe that certain individuals, or people in general, are "out to get them."
A Delusion is a belief that is clearly false and that indicates an abnormality in the affected person's content of thought. The false belief is not accounted for by the person's cultural or religious background or his or her level of intelligence. The key feature of a delusion is the degree to which the person is convinced that the belief is true. A person with a delusion will hold firmly to the belief regardless of evidence to the contrary.
Delusions can be difficult to distinguish from overvalued ideas, which are unreasonable ideas that a person holds, but the affected person has at least some level of doubt as to its truthfulness.A person with a delusion is absolutely convinced that the delusion is real.