I know what I’m saying is accurate and I’m being helpful to a lot of people. I think I’m doing something right to the best of my ability, so I actually do expect people to respect and appreciate me, and what I’m putting out into the world. Please don’t casually try to make me feel a part of a crisis because I’m actually problem solving. I’m not trying to sound like a jerk but I’m not here to treat your mental health. When you make me a part of your personal life in an unhealthy way that offends me. That’s what happens when you expect me to respond to something that isn’t right.
We don’t know each other. I know my body and mind really well and it’s not a coincidence. Just because I can easily put that out into the world, and you happen to relate, does not mean we have that in common. I know. You should respect me for what I’m doing because you won’t meet a lot of people like me anymore and that’s a shame. It’s a conscious investment of not just your time, but your mental health. It doesn’t have to be about trauma. But you have to be more grateful for regular experiences. I know that I’m right and I’m giving you facts, not advice.
I’m still really upset to feel and be excluded from feminism. At this point, I would rather talk to a partner and my immediate family or close friends about mental health, though. Let me put it this way: it doesn’t feel like a free service anymore. In an ideal world, I would like to continue working this way, but I need closure from several, recent incidents. I’ve been ready for my relationship to society to evolve for several years and I need help picking up the pieces and creating clarity. I don’t want anyone to get hurt.
Nobody is living in the hell that I’m living in. It’s a little unrealistic for me at this time. That’s my opinion via this blog post! I just have these thoughts anyway and I don’t mind being intuitive.