Tag: Romancing Mental Health

Other People Aren’t Responsible For Your Mental Health: Why ’13 Reasons Why’ Is Pretty Much Bullshit | Thought Catalog

Other people can’t save you, and you shouldn’t want them to.

This Netflicks show sounds like it is taking mental health advice from Tumbler, where they romanticize and lie about having having mental health problems constantly.

I hate that we have programmes and films pandering to them, we need more programmes and films telling the truth, and empowering people to want to get better for themself.

Great article.

Source: Other People Aren’t Responsible For Your Mental Health: Why ’13 Reasons Why’ Is Pretty Much Bullshit | Thought Catalog

We Need To Stop Romanticizing Mental Illness | Thought Catalog

A wonderful article that I fully agree with, since mental illness is being romanticized by people, especially feminists and social justice warriors who use it as a way to get out of trouble, or for bad behaviour.

There have been many times when I see on Twitter social justice warriors and feminists blame mental health problems for talking to me like I am a piece of shit. As well as use it to get oppression points, since mental illness seems to be a very good way of obtaining oppression points on the progressive stack.

When mental illness is treated this way, there is a stigma for people who genuinely have mental health conditions, and this is explained nicely in this article.

via We Need To Stop Romanticizing Mental Illness | Thought Catalog

9 Signs Your Mental Illness Is Made Up For Attention | Thought Catalog

This is why I am doing the mental health resource hub, to make sure people understand that mental health is not a fairy tale, or an excuse for bad behaviour.

I am getting so fed up with these SJW’s people, it’s like they use it as a badge of honor and way to be the most oppressed.

 

If you think it’s still a “controversial” thing to announce to your Facebook friends that you struggle with bouts of anxiety, you’re either living under a rock or looking to…

Source: 9 Signs Your Mental Illness Is Made Up For Attention | Thought Catalog