Tattoos: Why the fuck?
#21
This is not about judgement...

It's about compassion for those suffering.

A cry for help should be responded to with an offer for assistance, and in a perfect world, everyone would get the help they need.

But many times, they don't.

And it can end badly.

I try to tell people there is no shame in seeking help from a mental health professional. That's what they're there for, and they spent a considerable portion of their lives (and money) to be in a position to help you someday.

There's not a lot more you can do besides encourage people to seek help... grown adults can't be forced to do a thing, and as we've seen in cases like Eugenia Cooney's, not even people who love them can get through to them a lot of the time.

Still, there's something to be said for attempting to do our part.

At least I can sleep at night knowing I tried in the situations that have been presented to me where I had the option to say something.
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#22
(10-18-2020, 10:25 AM)Mister Obvious Wrote: A cry for help should be responded to with an offer for assistance, and in a perfect world, everyone would get the help they need.

We used to have a decent mental health care system.

Now we give mentally ill people a soapbox and megaphone on teh interwebz.

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(10-16-2019, 02:21 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: If you say no, it's gayer than saying yes.
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#23
It kills me to see beautiful young women get tattoos on their legs. They will have these perfect legs, with amazing skin and then cover them with all sorts of gross looking shit.
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