I STARTED WATCHING GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL INSTEAD AND OH MY GOD THIS IS 100000000% BETTER
wrt tht post abt what psychosis rlly means as opposed to ‘evil person’, HALLUCINATIONS ARE NOT THE ONLY SYMPTOM OF PSYCHOSIS!!!! there are lot more!!!!
psychotic symptoms are split into two main groups, positive and negative symptoms.
positive symptoms = hallucinations and delusions. hallucinations are experiencing sounds, smells, sights, tactile sensations, etc, that aren’t actually there (i.e. seeing humanoid figures made of light/shadow); delusions are strongly held beliefs that are unrealistic and objectively false (i.e. russians are poisoning my water supply)
negative symptoms are a lot more complicated but include a flat/blunted affect, catatonia, social withdrawal, lack of speech, memory impairment, etc, and are often overlooked despite being considered the more debilitating part of psychosis in many cases
the point is: please stop perpetuating the idea that psychosis = hallucinations, not all psychotic ppl experience hallucinations and psychosis is WAY more complicated than just hallucinations. thank u
I am watching The Amazing Spider Man and wow everybody in this is boring (and white). The spider is so far the only interesting character and it got smushed like thirty seconds after appearing.
This is so boring i keep having to distract myself with other things because I just. can’t. care.
Since I already know that fridging Gwen Stacy is a major part of the plot of these films, I can’t find it in myself to try to care either.
EDIT: hate the movie too much. Moved the file to the trash and deleted it without finishing.
Q:hey, that text about self-hatred (Almost Famous, real women etc) you posted about one hour ago was written by a well-known transmisogynist and TERF :p
EW GOOD LORD GROSS NO. I deleted that shit straight away, thanks for letting me know.
food should be free. water should be free. housing should be free. power, fuel, electricity should be free. basic necessities should be free.
the idea of “people should have to work for a living” carries the implication that some people deserve to die