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Days: 310.5
Mean Score: 3.00
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Days: 71.6
Mean Score: 3.39
  • Total Entries783
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DiangeloKun18 Apr 1, 2020 6:58 PM
amaanu01 Mar 5, 2020 7:09 AM
rip :(
LeonhartAugust Jul 29, 2019 8:43 PM
Nice username
LadySama Jun 18, 2019 5:26 AM
Bah, a real nerd would make time for games AND anime. xD
YaoiMaster Feb 8, 2019 5:18 AM
Happy birthday!
YaoiMaster Feb 8, 2018 8:25 AM
Happy birthday~
Paraturtle Dec 20, 2017 4:00 PM
Dude, you sound just like me. I rotate my hobbies all the time. I was in a big anime binge mid summer but then went into comic books, then movies, and now I'm on a game binge, too. Been playing Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 like the dickens, lol.

Paraturtle Dec 16, 2017 7:33 PM
Hey! Haven't been on a loooooong time. Thanks so much for the happy birthday!

How are things? Watch any good anime lately?
RyoXo Nov 26, 2017 10:56 PM
Hey,thx for accepting!
Alyssa Nov 22, 2017 9:06 PM
Thank you! <3
Konakana Nov 18, 2017 3:58 PM
Thx :)
YaoiMaster Nov 17, 2017 2:00 PM
Aren't we all? I disappeared for more than a month because of my wrists, it's fine. Maybe.
They place the blame on the patient because they don't want to have to deal with the fact that someone else caused the issue. Rather, not that they "don't want to deal with it," but they don't want to get that person involved. I don't go outside. I hardly did during the summer, in fact. I went to the amusement park many times, but that was all. Despite never going outside, I was always told I was tan. Now everyone says I'm pale. I wonder if I've achieved my goal at last. What kind of medicine do you have? I haven't hallucinated since I've taken the medicine. Well, I did one time. But it wasn't an extreme hallucination. I've had worse, such as seeing a woman's corpse on the ground. Very pleasant. But hallucinations, to me, were reality. And the official "reality" is just a figment of my imagination. It's something difficult to describe.
YaoiMaster Nov 15, 2017 12:53 PM
My wrists aren't better, though, haha.
Yes. I imagined that psychiatrists were just psychologists who gave medicine. But they aren't like psychologists because they don't sit and listen to you ranting. Most people don't see psychiatrists because the majority of people are diagnosed with minor disorders and can get medicine for it from a doctor. My sister did. But my case is more extreme, and even the psychiatrist called me a complex person. Psychologists can be good or bad. My sister saw a therapist who encouraged something outrageous and blamed the problem on her, so she stopped seeing her. I'm used to it. I take pills for my wrists and vitamin D every day/every other day (in that respective order). Pills are just a daily routine for me. It certainly does. But I've always felt empty, so it doesn't make a difference to me. But because I don't get manic episodes as intensely, I feel nothing at all, aside from paranoia. I still have persecutory delusions, the medicine isn't helping those much. But on the positive side, I haven't hallucinated anymore since taking them. Medicine generally makes you feel drowsy or light headed, which can be accompanied by other such side effects.
YaoiMaster Nov 15, 2017 12:34 PM
Ever heard of carpal tunnel syndrome? Like that, but less extreme. I don't need surgery or any of that shit.
Yes. I was seeing a psychologist and was told to see a psychiatrist because it was painfully obvious I needed medication. Otherwise I would have treated myself. I am, after all, my own psychologist, and the "psychologist" of many online, too, therefore have experience in treating things. But because I am psychotic and manic, I do indeed need medication after suffering for many months. A psychiatrist visit is merely 15 minutes long. They just ask you about how the medicine is working. Whereas a psychologist visit is an hour or more, and they discuss what issues you are having in daily life, and give you advice. The psychiatrist is a good man, and very experienced, so I trust him. The medicine made me physically ill for days. I even vomited the first day I took it. Of course I'll stick to what he told me to take.
YaoiMaster Nov 15, 2017 12:22 PM
Typed too much.
Ah, that's unfortunate. My time is always occupied by something. I was getting worse, so I started seeing a psychiatrist, and I'm medicated at the moment. It isn't doing wonders for me, however, because some symptoms are still there. I'm thinking I should take a whole pill instead of a half from now on. If that doesn't work, they'll have to change the medicine.