They're always crazy, not like "Oh ho ho! she's a little uppity, ya know?" They either have social anxiety, depression, bipolarity, or something else. Is there an uptick of mental illnesses in this generation? Every girl I meet has at least one of these things, no matter where I go.
i think that there is greater tolerance for mental illness than before and i think it is possible that the prevalence of social or mood disorders has increased. i also think that this generation is a bit narcissistic as a whole... prone to introspection and focusing on one's own problems... so we might come off as having some facsimile of mental illness, though probably not the actual thing.
You'd be surprised how quickly doctors will diagnose somebody with depression and what have you in order to sell a few pills. Simply being a little upset or down about life at any moment is enough to earn a diagnoses of depression. Appear bored in class and choosing to daydream? You're ADD. The pill subscribed to you makes you even more depressed? You're suicidal, but they have a pill for that.
Everybody has issues, dude. I say as long as she isn't trying to cut your dick off when you sleep or smear shit on the walls you can get past it.
I suffer from GA disorder, OCD and depression but most people aren't aware. A lot of people you meet has at least one type of mental illness, it comes with being human. Most of us don't admit it because people look at it as undesirable or something to be ashamed of instead of treating it.
Prevalence in mental illness also depends on where you live. For example, my country's relatively newly independent, so widespread poverty and illiteracy was a thing until quite recently (about 30 or so years ago). Moreover, the incredible lack of mental health awareness means that the issues and emotional scars the older generations carried were never resolved, and thus remained to be inflicted upon the younger generations in the form of toxic home environments.
It doesn't help either that my country has a poorer human rights record. Less tolerance for anyone from the racial, religious, sexual and gender minorities certainly means more psychological stress for them. Lack of legal protection further increases risk of psychological trauma (hate crimes, police violence, family abuse etc.) and hardship (restricted access to healthcare, jobs, housing and financial assistance).
Plus, in the community where I grew up, beatings, verbal attacks on the person and dehumanizing labels are kinda the norm for parenting. So when you put it like that, it's not hard to see why so many people fall through the cracks.
Maybe? I have anxiety but its due to another illness caused by pcos. Also they could be side effects from birth control?
I have anxiety, OCD and depression but most people don't realise there's anything wrong until I tell them I have these issues 2or 3 months in. Mental illness affects a wide range of people some are better at hiding it than others. They're not crazy or really much different to anyone else they just need strong people around them because weak people can't handle their bad days.
OMG no shit eh !! Same. I swear every chic out there that's single has issues. Why do you think they were single to begin with? It's because they are some other guys thrown out , kicked to the curb trash !
Bi polar , mentally disturbed or something I swear. My luck can't be that shitty so I've narrowed it down to , most have issues and are unstable in one way or another.
And what is wrong with a problem? Honestly make the flaws gifts... Make it the special unique bond that holds you to the other person... And honestly we are all insane in our own ways... "Dives off of a 60 ft diving board "