The Night Air Feels So Damn Good

Thread Topic: The Night Air Feels So Damn Good

Serge
Joined: May 18, '17
Status: Experienced
I used to run around my neighborhood and act like I had rabies. The more the merrier, right?
Serge
Joined: May 18, '17
Status: Experienced
Loss of interest in stuff you like is a sign of mental illness.
RainInTheShadows
Joined: Mar 12, '13
Status: Senior
The place I live has a lot of crazy homeless people. It's funny until you realize both traits are a result of their drug abuse, which is unfortunately prevalent in the area and in the state.
RainInTheShadows
Joined: Mar 12, '13
Status: Senior
which one, I probably have it
Serge
Joined: May 18, '17
Status: Experienced
I was in San Diego and a homeless guy walked by me and balled his fist up like he was going to throw a punch. Homeless people suck.
Serge
Joined: May 18, '17
Status: Experienced
Depression
Serge
Joined: May 18, '17
Status: Experienced
Off meds I like Metal. On meds I hate metal.
RainInTheShadows
Joined: Mar 12, '13
Status: Senior
It's sad to see lives gone to waste. The smallest event can just set fire to years of potential. That's not my business, however.

ah yea lol
Serge
Joined: May 18, '17
Status: Experienced
lives gone to waste means more people asking for money from uncle sam
RainInTheShadows
Joined: Mar 12, '13
Status: Senior
If it bothers you, maybe you can become a politician and change it.
Serge
Joined: May 18, '17
Status: Experienced
It doesn't bother actually. The government forced me to be meds so I basically do nothing. I do get a nice sum of money from the government for being disabled.
RainInTheShadows
Joined: Mar 12, '13
Status: Senior
I'm glad you're not bothered and that you are well off. What disability do you have?
Serge
Joined: May 18, '17
Status: Experienced
Schizoaffective disorder
Serge
Joined: May 18, '17
Status: Experienced
every homeless person could be doing what I'm doing, but they like drugs or alcohol. It's pretty sad.
RainInTheShadows
Joined: Mar 12, '13
Status: Senior
I'm writing a story and my main character has that disorder. Would you mind talking about it? You don't have to, of course, I understand completely. I intend to research it in depth when I get home from vacation, but to hear someone with the disorder discuss it themself would be immensely appreciated.