Redcrow wrote:I had been recommended medication by doctors and therapists periodically over the years. I had resisted, because I wanted to find a "natural cure".
Shaderorn wrote: Anyways, thank you Redcrow for trying to help. I read your comic and it does give me some hope for the future. I've been working out alot more than usual recently, and it's helping me sleep simply because I'm too tired to think about things. I've tried therapy in the past, but it didn't do much for me. I'm a pyschology major and I'm aware of the chain of effect in most types of therapy and medications. I think perhaps knowing how they work has somehow made them far less potent.
Shaderorn wrote:I think part of the problem with the fandom, not so much internally, but how it's viewed, is that it's populated by people who couldn't otherwise be included in any other group. It's almost too accepting, I agree, but for the most part I think that's a positive quality.
Bloodied Fox wrote:And all engineering wondering sadly becomes irrelevant. He's signed up as infantry
Paul Escobar wrote:Bloodied Fox wrote:And all engineering wondering sadly becomes irrelevant. He's signed up as infantry
How does that work out, skill-learning-wise? And more to the point, are you OK with it?
Bloodied Fox wrote:Skills wise I'm really not sure where it fits. I suppose generally being in the army provides transferable personal skills and help someone grow as a person...
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