Mental Illness Anonymous (or also know as Missing In Action)
Where "troubled" Hubbers can posts their worrys, doubts, talk comfortably and freely with other Hubbers about your illness or illnesses. We are here to support one another, have fun with one another, encourage each other. If you aren't dianosed or do not think you have a mental illness (or if you do not have anything positive or funny to say, please leave us "crazy" folks alone).
Hi my name is figment. I get the name figment b/c I fail to follow through with promises and plans b/c I either make so many or I go MIA and don't show up for any b/c of my mental illnesses.
Hi figment! Did you manage to get any sleep? How are you feeling today?
by NGRIA Bassett4 years ago
It seem as if there is more acceptance of mental illness today but is that so?
by Karli Duran6 years ago
I just need 4 more followers to reach 300.
by Karli Duran7 years ago
I'm 32, and I have suffered with mental illness all my life. Sometimes with certain people I don't mind talking about my certain disorders, but other times, I feel ashamed and embarrassed. I guess it depends...
by double_frick7 years ago
i don't like the term crazy, but when someone is losing grips with reality as in schizophrenia, is the patient aware of the deterioration of their sanity and they are simply helpless to stop it (further compounding the...
by Claire Evans3 years ago
I went to a cat lover's site on Facebook page. Somebody posted a picture of a man holding up the head of a decapitated cat. Can someone explain why somebody would do something like this? Is it necessary for...
by Susan Reid4 years ago
Having just seen on another thread the claim that liberals are mentally ill, I thought I'd research any studies stating the opposite, that conservatives are the delusional party.Found this item in Psychology Today. Goes...
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