I’ve been at the wellness clinic for three days, the first two days I’ve actually been happy. I haven’t felt happier like that in a long time. I was outgoing, funny, I was participating, I made friends, made jokes and today, this afternoon, it all dropped in an instant, in one moment… Continue reading
“Don’t be so hard on yourself,” they say, (they, meaning the psychiatrists and psychologists) when you fail or don’t get things right, but, having to constantly deal with the deterioration of your mind, having very real things happening up there that warrant expected failures. How can you not be hard on yourself when life always is?
Last week, I wrote about how much of an idiot I was. This week, I shall reinforce that sentiment with a tiny bit of leeway though.
Things have not been going very well for me lately, at least not mentally. Sure there have been some things that have happened in my physical life, like not reaching target for work, my boss still being an absolute tool.
So in this post, I will be talking about Lebowski Thor from Avengers End Game. While some of you who have seen the movie may be a little offended by some of the “fat jokes” that were thrown at him and the “movie makes fun of mental health part.” I’m here to explain some context of what I believe the situation is among the Avengers. This post will contain some spoilers.