So I came across a quote that spoke about the stigma mental health sufferers face for no reason other than just admitting that something is wrong and that they'd like a little help. Which is a far more important reason than "OMG, this person called me stupid. Am I really?" People are so ignorant and so I've developed this 'No Mercy' type attitude and just drill them with education till they realise how stupid and wrong they were or just make them look stupid by talking to someone else who does. Why should we have to mold ourselves into something we are not. I struggle with getting people to take me seriously since I've been open but what is actually wrong with me. Women even dismiss you because you are not dateable where as in fact I'm a far better choice then some so called normal people out there. Soon as you say the word mental, it's like a ball and chain comes into everyones mind.
Most Helpful Girl
I've been rejected more than once for having depression and anxiety issues - including by my long term boyfriend who also had anxiety. Life is tough. You can't let it get you down, though. Keep fighting the good fight.3
Most Helpful Guy
I feel your pain. Especially with women. I don't know what your mental issue is, but mine is anxiety/depression. Both the antithesis of confidence, which is apparently all women want in a man. Never mind that I actually treat women with the respect they deserve, unlike the douche bags they date, never mind I am smart, fun and have a lot to offer them, never mind that because I CARE about them I sometimes get nervous, because the relationship is important. No that doesn't matter, all they care about is if a guy is a narcissist with delusions of grandeur.1