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DanJ86

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  1. Just finished writing a long emotions post. I don't know why I did it and it took hours.

    Still.....I feel okay for doing it.

    1. Sonic Fan J

      Sonic Fan J

      Haven't read it yet, but glad writing all down helped you feel even a little better,

    2. Sonic Fan J

      Sonic Fan J

      And read it now.

      Thank you for writing that. I don't know if my words mean all that much to you, but everything you said resonated with me and I appreciate you sharing those words of yours. I really needed that so again, thank you.

    3. DanJ86

      DanJ86

      It is highly beneficial for me to know that my words have made some sort of impact. I didn't have a set plan in mind when I made that post and it probably shows. My natural talent to only focus on the negative has been a major thorn in my side.

      When you see level headed people saying that Twitter doesn't represent the real world and evidence to support that claim, it does help ease the mind a little. Sure, they are bad people out there, but we have the good to counter that.

      Something else that was pointed out to me is the theory that some online users may in fact be mentally ill to a more serious extent. Such as a fear of going outside or a fear of men, they talk about these things online and get sympathy when in reality, they also need therapy. If a number of people hear the ramblings of a highly paranoid individual, but not be aware of the condition, they might in fact believe what that person was saying to be true. If that makes sense.

    4. Sonic Fan J

      Sonic Fan J

      Definitely makes sense. Unfortunately as I've said in the past I've encountered racist individuals and women who are afraid of men irl. That's unfortunately usually where I encounter the problems and live in a state of constant paranoia hoping that I don't tick people off for existing as a light skinned male in America. Meeting actually nice people irl would be pretty nice, but just keeping people from hating my guts by keeping professional and courteous seems the best I can do. In fact, in my experiences social media is safer then the real world and that is despite all the problems it harbors and twists beyond reason.

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