I avoid using the P word (privilege), so let’s frame this episode like so: If you’re the owner of a mental illness, you’ve probably watched a lot of people who are unencumbered by that handicap zoom past you in some metric of life that is important to you. Career progression, dating progression, friendship progression (IsRead More
I feel like abandoning Youtube because of how hostile it’s become to content creators, especially those who talk about mental health. It seems on the surface to be an open place full of positivity and acceptance, but like all things in life the wrapper doesn’t necessarily reflect the inside.
Kay and I talk about our experiences dating, telling prospective partners about having a mental illness (or two, or three…), and random romantic things that you have to deal with when you’re neurodivergent!
So, Hypersexuality is a thing. A stigmatized, difficult to talk about thing. It’s hard to find useful information about what it’s like to actually suffer from hypersexuality – A textbook, Wikipedia, or DSM description doesn’t do justice to all the little day to day things hypersexuality can effect. If you have any insight of yourRead More