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  • First of all, I am gonna get some skepticism because I had a lot of life events that changed me and were very challenging, also I am not really in good shape on FANDOM because of my mental health that makes me aggreviated very easily.

    I agree the situation on this wiki compared to years ago is not well-off, but usually I like the mental reality of Creepypasta that makes you really think how terrible life is now in 2020, I don't know if this is just me because of my mental situation.

    In life I don't have it really good, I am learning Russian and have girlfriend online who from Russia, I have autism, OCD, ADHD, and depression, and my life is terrible, I hope as the years pass by I just go down a path I do not know.

    Back then I used to hate creepypastas because they were bad for my OCD and I was younger, but as I grew up and saw the realities of life, it became less scary and more of just a alternate reality where someone is just surviving to live.

    FANDOM in general has given me mental problems which is why I avoid it or people on other wiki's bother my mental problems, the creepiness of creepypasta goes away as you get older because you live to survive.

    Creepypasta was just meant to be scary for children, when you grow older its just different realities of yourself, imagine you are in a dark room, there is creepiness and strange whispers, your life is terrible and you wish you could die, but you just pull through in life, that is how I think of it.

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    • This thread should be on Off-Topic, I am sorry. 

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    • Creepypasta stories do not contain a "mental reality", whatever that means. They are fictional stories intended for entertainment. It's important to be able to distinguish fantasy from reality.

      Life is not terrible in 2020. This is objectively the greatest year to be alive, and every year gets better. It is only your overly toxic mindset clouding your judgment. A person with a healthy mindset will view the world and the events that happen around them and interpret them in a completely different way than one with a self-defeating mindset.

      So you've got all these mental alphabet soup disorders, but are you seeking professional help for them? Are you taking medication? An online forum is probably the worst place to seek therapy. You say your life is terrible but never gave a single example of why. In all likelihood, your life is just fine and you only believe your life is terrible.

      A website did NOT give you mental problems. This is absurd. Repeat this to yourself. Remind yourself that your mental problems are your own and were not caused by reading a spooky story.

      Sorry I can't give you the sympathy you want, but it's actually up to you to deal with these problems. You have to pull up whatever strength you can find within yourself and get some professional help and fix your way of thinking.

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    • @Glisario: Uhh. I really think you could do better than whatever you just wrote. Consider who you're talking to.

      @new guy: You have to realize creepypasta is just a fun thing for writers. It isn't meant to be taken seriously, ESPECIALLY bloody revenge fics and the like which tend to portray mental illness in an overly dramatic light. And yes, as much as Im loathe to admit it, much literature and art reflects the worse parts of living. that being said, not all of life is terrible. You're most likely young, don't know what you're doing, and that's okay. You can't see the bigger picture because your judgement is clouded from the negatives. With some self help, and acknowledgement that you can get better, life becomes tolerable eventually. 


      So relax, kick back, and enjoy yourself. Life is too short to be sad all the time. Additionally, if you feel something is only attractive for its negativity or ‘realisticness’ in regards to depression, perhaps that thing is becoming too toxic for you and you should take a break. 8}

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    • William See wrote:
      @Glisario: Uhh. I really think you could do better than whatever you just wrote. Consider who you're talking to.

      @new guy: You have to realize creepypasta is just a fun thing for writers. It isn't meant to be taken seriously, ESPECIALLY bloody revenge fics and the like which tend to portray mental illness in an overly dramatic light. And yes, as much as Im loathe to admit it, much literature and art reflects the worse parts of living. that being said, not all of life is terrible. You're most likely young, don't know what you're doing, and that's okay. You can't see the bigger picture because your judgement is clouded from the negatives. With some self help, and acknowledgement that you can get better, life becomes tolerable eventually. 


      So relax, kick back, and enjoy yourself. Life is too short to be sad all the time. Additionally, if you feel something is only attractive for its negativity or ‘realisticness’ in regards to depression, perhaps that thing is becoming too toxic for you and you should take a break. 8}

      I admit, I was really dumb for going on those other wiki's, you seem kinder and mature than those other people on FANDOM, I think I should just accept life is good and just go on with it instead, you made some good points, your better than the above guy.

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    • Even my parents found out about the other wiki's and thought they were negative. 

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    • I do feel happy I finally found people who finally accepted who I was on another community, I wasn't planning on going here but whoever gave advice to me, I thank them very much.

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    • I am glad someone was mature for once and accepted my life was good, I thank you very much, perhaps I shouldn't think my mental health on FANDOM is worth the time and effort in my life. 

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