Whether or not I decide to have surgery to paralyze myself is in no way related to whether or not people are nice to me on tumblr. Not yelling at me will not encourage me to do it, and yelling at me will not discourage me.
Why do I even have to say that? This is common sense,…
“You have a neurological disorder, therefore your feelings are not real feelings!”
You KNOW you have a disorder. You’re ignoring it by trying to get paralyzed anyways. Therefore you know that your feeling isn’t valid. Your feelings are real, but they’re completely irrational.
Furthermore, the amount of stupid in your posts makes my head hurt.
Where did I say I’m trying to get paralyzed? I’m not. I’m not going to say I never will, because there’s no way to know. It would not be any time soon, if it ever happened.
then quite simply,
Because being on the in-between on this is just making your case sound way fucking dumber and way less real.
Because mental health is ALWAYS black-and-white and very simple! That’s why psychologists don’t need degrees!
Because mental health is black and white with all of the shades of gray inbetween.
With any disorder or disease it’s either you have it, you’re a carrier, or you don’t have it.
From what I’m seeing, you’re jumping around so much that you just don’t have it!
That’s not how all disorders work.
Let’s take autism for example. Is that black-and-white? Of course not, it’s a spectrum!
What about gender? Are you either “transgender” or “cisgender”, with nothing in between? No, because there’s genderqueer.
Why did I say shades of gray?
Because there’s not as many parts to a disorder as a goddamn colorwheel, but there’s still quite a bit. I’m on the autism spectrum myself, with aspergers tendencies and a big case of ADHD.
You’re jumping arguments to gender, which means you’re suggesting that not being cis is a disorder as well.
You’re contradicting yourself quite a bit now, and making your arguments more offensive to the kinds of person you claim to be.
I have no idea why you said shades of grey, because then you jumped right to “you either have it or you don’t”. Those statements contradict each other.
I kind of forgot I said disorders. I’m bad at writing. =P