I'm Not Afraid of the Darkness



I'm 19 and live in the middle of nowhere in Massachusetts. I'm pretty much a shut in, so I tend to find ways to amuse myself. Writing, video games, movies, shows (mostly anime), and philosophy are all my things.
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heartartemishunter:

look at this. LOOK AT IT. 

It’s cute!

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taletoki:

THESE INSOLENT CREATURES HAVE INFECTED THE VIRTUAL WORLD AS WELL?

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jolieecoquine:

literally anyone whos ever skyped me: whats that noise
is that a dog snoring
me: yeah

Only
Nine Inch Nails
With Teeth

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currentrotation:

"Only" by Nine Inch Nails

"I just made you up to hurt myself…"

Oh hey look, the perfect song to describe how I’ve been feeling this week. But hey, no one gives a shit anyway. Huh, gave me an idea.

Every Day is Exactly the Same
Nine Inch Nails
Every Day is Exactly the Same

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scarymarymusic:

Nine Inch Nails - Every Day is Exactly the Same

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oneflewc:

everyone should watch this.

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Joker & The Thief
Wolfmother
Wolfmother

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"Mental illness can be a disability. I have severe anxiety and it stops me from leading a normal life. It's not a physical disability but it is a mental disability."

Asked by bubbly-milk

lord-dlichnum:

tasorow:

lord-dlichnum:

the-porcelain-empress:

You can fix your anxiety. Anxiety is not even one of the bad mental illnesses. Autism, mixing a leg? You can’t fix that or keep it under control. You are taking power away from yourself by thinking that you have a disability. You have options. Those truly disabled have none.

People really think anxiety is a disability?

Really? 

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It is, in the form of several disroders. I have generalized.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anxiety_disorder

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Generalized_anxiety_disorder

I have multiple forms of anxiety, including agoraphobia and paranoia, which makes walking out of my house painful. It makes things harder, but with effort, time, willpower, and self-control I am able to live a full life. Calling it a disability is an excuse not to take control of your own actions. And that is unacceptable. 

Of course, but by definition they require interruption in daily life to be disorders.