Stigmas…


There are stigmas. Stigmas can include careers, jobs, schools, race, religion, ethnicity, country, illnesses, and so on and so forth to just about anything you can think of.

Stigmas can feel as though it may hold us back at times and sometimes it doesn’t. Why? It maybe as though the occurrences and reoccurrences throughout the history of the world.

Stigmas can be tiring. Tiring because it may ruin chances of relationships, future job/ school goals, and not being able to live life to the fullest. Not all stigmas are tiring and depressing. Some people want to fight to stop the stigmas and change the way others think.

Can we change stigmas? Yes, we can! All that we need to do is change our mindset and be more open minded. The world is always changing, maybe for the better.  People are wanting their own life to be an overall happiness and wellness to be better for the future. People are tired of all the stigmas and would need your help and understanding about their situation on the willingness to change or needing of help for the better.

The question is how much are you willing to take in order to stop the stigmas?

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What is it like having sensory overload?


Sensors are your 5 senses; sight, taste, hearing, touch, and smell. Having these senses, we take for granted everyday. But, what if you are having a sensory-overload?

Sensory-overload is not the best feeling in the world from personal experience. You are probably wondering what causes sensory-overload? Which could be just about anything like a side effect of medication, symptoms of some disorders or illnesses, headaches, or numerous of other things.

In my experience, sensory-overload is not the best feeling in the world. I do have an invisible illness which could be a symptom that appears every so often. Usually, when there is an overload for me it is mostly effects the sensors of sight and hearing. Those sensors seems to be more ambient and bright, almost neon colors and more ambient sounds like the noises are coming through of what seems like a old-styled loudspeaker. If I am going through these sensory-overloads for a long period of time, I would feel like I would be on the verge of crying and being sick, body-overheating, and on the verge of a migraine or actually having a migraine. On occasion, if feel like I would want to pass out from it. Sometimes, I would cry just how bad it is. If I can’t tell if I am having an overload and would start to cry for no reason. Then, if I happen to get home, I would most likely want to sleep or get away from all the bright light and loud noises for the majority of the day or the remainder of the day.

Only a few people has ever seen me go through this sensory overload. It is like self-torture if a person is going through this, if it is dragged out for a long distance of time,at least for me it is. If it dragged out, it feels like my mind is making things want to go into emergency shut down mode and you trying to fight it until you are able to get away from it.

But, it is always good to figure out what exactly causes these symptoms are for you. It is different for everyone. So make sure you ask a medical professional first and hopefully, it’ll get under control or fixed.

Heaven


Oh heaven

I wait with good intentions

Oh heaven

You said you’d always stay

But I may break

Oh heaven

Will you open up your pearly gates for me?

Oh heaven oh heaven 

What will you lie inside for me?

Oh heaven 

Will you be all majestically beautiful?

Will you allow me to come inside?

Oh heaven

I’ll wait to go inside. 

Oh heaven

Oh heaven 

I’ll wait with good intentions 

There IS Hope


If you are a person who is either depressed, debating on harming themselves, contemplating suicide, or doing anything else negative to themselves do NOT do it.

Look how far you’ve come into this life. You do care to someone. It might be your parent figure, the person sitting beside you in class, your neighbor, a co-worker, an acquaintance or that one random stranger. You were put on Earth for some reason.

There’s always help waiting to help you. Don’t be afraid to ask for help there’s always help waiting to help you.

Crisis helpline number: 1-800-273-8255

Life is Strange


Life is strange, nothing is normal, it’s what I say. One moment could be perfectly fine, the next the tables have turned for the worse or unexpected. There may be a typical-person lifestyle/routine or circle of life type scenario but nothing exactly normal because everybody is not into the same things as each other and if they were would not the world be kind of boring. There is a saying that’s been going around for a while that goes something along the lines like there are a lot of people/characters that make the world turn. 

It could be that you may of got an unexpected answer or solution to a thing that has been going on for a while, could be something like a medical oddity,  unusual acts, mother nature being weird, and so on and so forth.

What’s it like living with high functioning anxiety?


High functioning anxiety is when you’re able to do things like a normal person except they express things a tad bit differently. Like being anal about things, insomniac, you’re sick about things, being busy can’t always be that much fun, you can’t reveal yourself exactly, NO doesn’t always exist, and everything seems like it’s all a trick.

But, what if it can be fixed? You can put back together, don’t stigmatize them for their situation, choice or cause of being that way, and to be don’t be rude, unkind, brush-off, don’t say something like “perk up butter cup things will get better soon” cause it will most likely make things 10x worse, help them recognize what types of problems that could factor into their situation, work on the problems as a team, don’t shove them into back the darkness that they were once in, and help them remind them of how they was once was and teach them how to recreate those feelings and memories of all the good times.

Yes, it’s a challenge to overcome. But how far are you willing to fix the problem or if you are going to be that somebody to fix that person.