A captivating collection of journals, musings, and the occasional moment of wit.
Yes, the ban was requested.
My brother has been coping with the OCD considerably well, but when he gets anxious, it gets bad. I've spent a lot of time with him in the last few days, which is something I should've been doing much more often, and admittedly, I haven't. As some of you may know, there is no cure for OCD. But he's dealing with it now better than he was before.
I apologize to the members and the staff for the sudden departure, and a big thank you to everyone
Well, I have a little brother. He's 12. He's also been diagnosed with OCD. Other than that, yeah, he's a normal kid. Plays sports, has a lot of friends, is a straight A-student, etc.
But the OCD is getting worse. He has to constantly stop what he's doing and stay still. Sometimes for seconds; sometimes for minutes. Those are called "ticks".
Well, my mom just told me that, after he had talked to his psychiatrist, he admitted he has, at least once, contemplated
1) Complain about infractions. It shows you care about them, and caring about them shows that you try to follow the rules, indirectly showing you're moderator material.
2) Troll. It gives us a good laugh, and humor is the best way to make new friends!
3) Flame. It encourages the person to flame back, thereby producing more posts, and raising the amount of activity of the forum!
4) Double post. The truth is, we don't like the edit button. When you edit
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I've spent six years in the fandom, and throughout those six years, I've gone by dozens of different usernames. There's no one "main" username for me; there never has.
I'm still unsure what name I want to go by. JakeSkittle was stupid. Life Alert was immaturish. Ivysaur was generic. And Skittle's okay for now, but it's not a name I plan sticking with for a while. Meganium Ex is probably the name I'm most well-known for, but it's still generic and has an awful lot of negativity