We looked inside some of the tweets by @DaBabeWithPower and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Many people who push white nationalist talking points also disagree with feminism and also think people of color make too big of a deal of things. These can all be ideas some people hold individually without a white nationalist perspective.
Capitalism began in England around the 16th century. They immediately went on to colonize half the planet in search of new markets, committed multiple genocides, traded slaves, and engaged in constant war. In school we learn about how communism is evil because of a famine.
It’s true, the amount of education on the horrors of communism is somehow woefully scant in NA. Which produces gems like this. If you want to know about why communism is bad, make some friends who lived under it. It’s a quick cure for its romanticization.
Thanks to everyone who tells me to get over it when I point out the ways in which your glib takes to the tune of “lol communism is awesome” make me feel profoundly sad - as someone actually born in the USSR. You guys rock. I totally trust you to help build a better future. 🙄
You may have already passed the happiest point in your life and didn’t even realise it.
I realise it and I'm sure I have passed it already.
Someone who is willing to give you an honest critique in good faith is someone you should consider a close alley
Два са, обикновено, изходите, когато всичко това достигне пик - в повечето случаи се стига до убийство на жена/и. По-рядко - до самоубийство.
Това, инселите, са хем мега-голямата смешка, хем върхът на самосъжалението, което ги прави ултра-жалки, хем еманация на комплекса да се изкарваш/чувстваш вечно жертва.
People with crushing depression and concentration issues badly want to do things but just can't get them to happen on time, with regularity or at all. ✨ this isn't laziness! ✨
But "laziness" as a term is heavily misused to describe the symptoms of neuroatypical/diverse folks, particularly executive dysfunction and depression. Executive functions are basically a group of cognitive processes that regulate and manage other cognitive processes.
Laziness is: ✔️ a value judgement ✔️ not applicable to neuroatypical and neurodiverse folks Laziness is knowing you can do something, have the energy to do it, but deciding to half ass it because you can - not because you need to.
Laziness is not: ✖️ wanting to do something, but unable to do so ✖️ having no motivation ✖️ being distracted easily ✖️ lack of alertness ✖️ processing info too fast or slow ✖️ low tolerance of frustration ✖️ memory issues ✖️ having an untidy space/room/home
It is really important to recognise symptoms in yourself, do the research yourself, and then push to get a doctor and therapist who listen to you and understand. Mind's website is a great place to start: https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/ …
If the ADHD symptoms seem familiar, try the adult ADHD test that ADDitude mag has:
(PS self diagnosis can be an extremely useful tool in seeking help anyway as we actually do know our own brains best soooo)
Not to mention the different severities within each type, and the number of other illnesses and conditions that come with depression too. If your symptoms don't match a list or someone else with depression? That's why. Depression is not a singular illness.
Exhaustion is a well known symptom of depression but many folks don't understand that chronic fatigue is common too. Exhaustion so extreme you can't move, speak, respond or use the stairs. Fatigue so acute that a shower is impossible, let alone exercise.
Depression also has a plethora of physical symptoms ranging from chronic pain to digestive issues to headaches to chest pain. Depression is an illness that can physically hurt, and a lot of that takes a long time to recover.
Less talked about depression symptoms: ✔️cognitive impairment ✔️low personal hygiene ✔️chronic fatigue ✔️chronic pain ✔️digestive issues ✔️loneliness ✔️preoccupation ✔️addiction ✔️disordered eating ✔️self-harm that isn't cutting ✔️dissociation ✔️anger https://twitter.com/depressionnote/status/949465378224263168 …
Replying to @mjfss92
It depends on the severity but generally long term mental illnesses that impact your life are considered amongst the many invisible disabilities. A lot of mental illness stigma and societal ableism results in many folk not realising!
An absence of sexual and/or romantic attraction does not imply that a person has "no attraction" or desires lifelong solitude. Attraction functions on multiple levels and in a multitude of ways.