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  1. Sorry if that question was worded weird, couldn't think of any other way to title it. Anyhoo... As some of you know, I've been caring for my mentally ill friend. I've known him 20 years, he started showing signs of mental illness when we were 18, and as the years have gone by, he's become less and less able to care for himself, and is no longer able to make sound decisions. I do what I can, feed him, house him, remind him to take his meds, tell him to shower or to use the restroom, make sure he goes to the doctor, talk him through his strange fixations and delusions, etc. This past year he's gone downhill pretty fast, and I know there may come a day when I won't be able to care for him by myself any longer. I've talked to him about assisted living situations, but he refuses to even consider it, feels it's too intrusive to him. He says he wants to live with me forever. I've also suggested finding a nice girl to take care of him, but he's completely fixated on looks and sex when it comes to women; not that he gets a lot of women, he hasn't dated anyone in years. He won't even consider a "fat" or "ugly" woman, no matter how sweet she is. His family isn't much help, and haven't been for some time. They do help us out with food and toilet paper sometimes, but that's pretty much the end of it. So, does anyone know of any other options for his living/care? Or, how can I convince him that assisted living isn't the end of the world?
  2. I was curious as to how many people here have been diagnosed with mental illness, of any kind. I've found, both by reading Wikipedia and taking polls on other websites I visit where fetishes are discussed, that often times a large percentage of people who are into more "strange" sexual things have some sort of mental "disorder" (if you want to call it that). I personally have bipolar (I forget if it's type 1 or 2, I know it's the most severe version), it was early onset and I was diagnosed when I was in elementary school. I had constant violent outbursts over really insignificant things all the time (like not being able to watch an R-rated movie, or buy a bag of chips) until I was 13, we called them "rages". It took a lot of work but I finally managed to find appropriate coping skills for my anger and violent urges, I am actually a very calm, kind, rational person now. But throughout my childhood I was hospitalized at least seven times, dealing with me was a nightmare for my parents and my younger brother. I still regret everything I put them through, I usually block it out, I don't cry often, in fact I think it's almost been a whole year since the last time I cried, but when I really stop and think about the times I hit my parents, especially my mom (who I love more than anything in the world), even though I was so little then, I almost cry. Then around the age of 15 I believe--it was my second or third year in high school--I was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. Ever since then, socializing and just getting out of my own house in general has been a major struggle. I only recently started to get into certain programs to help myself make friends. I've only had one job, and I essentially quit do to a nervous breakdown. I'm 19 and I still don't have my driver's license, nor am I really concerned with getting one right now. :/ My anxiety can cause periods of major depression, ocasionally to the brink of suicide, but it can also cause hypo-mania too. I've been pretty stable for the last month or so, but usually my mood swings up and down like crazy. I also have moderate OCD, I get unusually obsessive with time and routines and organization and stuff like that, and there are just some weird things I do that don't really make sense but I have to do them, although I can't remember what they are right now. And finally, I have mild autism/asperger's, which think is why I am constantly pacing wherever I am--it's not that I can't just sit still, but I have to pace back and forth or in circles to think straight. When I can't do that and I'm standing, I rock back and forth and stand on my toes and other stuff. When I get really excited I shake my hands almost like they're wings, and when I was young I used to beat my chest like a gorilla or something lol. It would definitely be neat to hear about other people with unusual mental conditions, and the different ways they cope or how it affects their life, or even just to hear input from someone who is more "normal" so to speak. So...share here I guess :) EDIT: I forgot to mention that I also have recently had to deal with sleep paralysis. If you know what that is, then you know it's a horrible thing :(