A big fuck you to the assholes who think that faking a mental illness makes them cute or quirky, and a big shoutout to the people who actually require the attention that is wasted on the assholes.
Or to the people that…
As a owner of my own disorders and going through quack after quack, I have seen real professionals that have made a real difference in my life, I have this to say sometimes help comes in different ways, I had an absolutely amazing mother who sat down with me and helped me get to where I am today, first 2 years of my life I said only one word, a year later with some professional help, but mostly my mom, I spoke on a level that was unparalleled by my peers. It was because I got help tho that I am where am. Let people bitch about their “disabilities” it doesn’t detract from the care others receive. It may make them shallow, it may make them brave, but they aren’t hurting me and I can’t think of any way they could be hurting you. I used to shudder at the idea that I was different — that ADHD and autism was a crutch so I could do better in school than my peers, I’m just a better student and I didn’t let my “disability” affect my ability