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Re: What pulled the trigger?

Postby justonemoreperson » Mon May 13, 2019 6:36 pm

Bellicose wrote:
Didn't know you have been in the RSA.

Haven't been back for about four years now.

If you missed out on the restaurant in Rosebank with the barbies hanging having sex from the ceiling you missed out big time.

Missed that one.
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Re: What pulled the trigger?

Postby Manners73 » Wed May 15, 2019 4:53 pm

Bellicose wrote:I don't have an eating disorder. Not one that has been diagnosed anyway. I am not fussed about losing weight. I just like the feeling of my stomach being empty and I am incredibly fussy about food texture.

Substance abuse is just about the feeling of euphoria.

I get what you mean about liking your stomach feeling empty.

I like this feeling as well. I can just eat enough to not feel hungry but to not feel full either. I think that's healthier.
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Re: What pulled the trigger?

Postby IDoNotExist » Wed May 15, 2019 6:19 pm

I had a group of people I used to speak to when I was 10-11. My “friends” were all 16-23 and even outside of my usual activities we’d converse for hours. I was a hacker and drifted from team to team. I do believe I was clearly anti-social before this moment but when one day I logged in to AOL and the people I knew for years had my old address, phone number, photos, and family plastered all over the chats, everyone decided to hack into my accounts (including my online business’ PayPal), and I was receiving non-stop calls, I really lost it. It was such a #######5 experience with humanity that I just said “###$ this,” and my life was a bit different from that day on. I never really saw my place in society the same way. This sounds like an edgy story but when you’re completely socially isolated and you come from a terrible household and you’re in the midst of homelessness, living out of hotels because your mother can’t stop buying booze, it really pushes you over.
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