Depression, borderline personality disorder, suicidal tendencies/ideations, and social/general anxiety. All diagnosed, all unfortunate, and all still here apparently.
I thought I had made progress in curing my mental illness. I thought I was finally free until things got bad. Then they swooped in to anti-save the day. I crashed and burned, I still somehow love myself even though I hated myself for 90% of my life. My first remember-able thought was, "Why am I here?" which is
Ever had someone who obviously had a bad experience with a holiday say it sucks or bring up darker origins of a holiday just because they hate it? I have and I'm sick of it. It's not as bad as mommyjacking a post, but it is pretty bad. You could call it holiday hijacking. Easter for example is a Christian, pagan, and secular holiday.
Christian: Jesus's Resurrection
Pagan: Fertility goddess and sex.
Secular: Easter Bunny and eggs.
Yet for some reason this
Just thought I'd share that, it's more than that now in my hometown, but at that year it might have been close to its population. A lot of people moved here or current residents had kids so that's why it went up, as you'd expect. I just thought that was neat.